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Why a less-than-stellar time can still be a good race

I’d bombed down the hill and picked up my speed for the last quarter-mile of my latest race, high-tailing it across the finish line with an impressive kick I hadn’t had in a competition in quite some time. 905 more words

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Police: Man wearing 'Scream' mask robs pharmacies

Tulsa, Okla. – Police in Tulsa, Okla. are searching for a man they say is holding pharmacy employees at gunpoint and robbing the stores.

FOX 23 reports that investigators say the man held up a Walgreens in Broken Arrow, Okla. 55 more words

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How I've had over 40 jobs

My first job was working for my mother. She had gone to college during World War II to receive an education in textiles. When I was in kindergarten she found a job at Sears as an interior decorator. 956 more words

Work

Sunday on KGO's The Matt Ray Show

Good morning! Coming up on today’s show:

- Should a CEO accused of animal abuse be allowed to keep his position?

- A California man was convicted of murder because his pit bulls mauled a woman to death. 73 more words

Matt Ray

Sunday on KGO's The Mat Ray Show

Good morning! Coming up on today’s show:

- Should a CEO accused on animal abuse be allowed to keep his position?

- A California man was convicted of murder because his pit bulls mauled a woman to death. 74 more words

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The Dilemma of the Half-Eaten Donut on the Ground by my Truck

Maybe it’s the delirium of a three day weekend looming large in my future, but I noticed half of a donut on the ground by where I parked my truck this morning when I got to work. 121 more words

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