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The Chronicles of our (second) Wedding Cake

In April, Sheila and I traveled to the United States for Easter. We were on a mission! Our first goal was to visit the most magical place on earth…and after some close flights, we arrived in Orlando where we had a personal visit with the top mouse himself, Mickey. 737 more words

Bruno, or Feeding the Mouth that Bites You...

Many of you know by now that a few weeks ago, we welcomed a new, four-legged member to our family—an eight-and-a-half-week-old Airedale Terrier pup.

This is monumental in some ways. 1,085 more words


Airbus Gives Boeing a Bombardier Wedgie

Sometimes Boeing gets a little too clever with its political maneuvering. Perhaps they can be forgiven since their primary rival Airbus is full of Machiavellian Europeans who are as adept at playing international commerce politics as any. 265 more words

Defense Industry

Young Tennessee quarterback eager to face top ranked Alabama

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee quarterback Jarrett Guarantano made his first career college start against South Carolina last weekend.  The overall numbers weren’t very impressive, just 11 of 18 for 133 yards and no touchdowns, but he did avoid turning the ball over.  142 more words


Winners And Losers As Airbus Bails Out Bombardier's C-Series

(Source: www.forbes.com)

We all value time, and this is a time-sensitive moment. Let’s keep this simple: the winners and the losers in the new… 1,068 more words

Money Matters

Among Alabama running backs, Josh Jacobs is the 'total package'

TUSCALOOSA — There isn’t that one split-second when Josh Jacobs makes his decision.

Instead he plays mind games, beginning the moment he locks eyes with a defender who stands in his path, the decision whether to twitch his hips or exert brute strength weighing on his brain. 654 more words

SEC News

Alabama RB: Nick Saban Very "Business-Like" During Recruiting, Before Games

As a five-star running back, Damien Harris could have played college football anywhere, but he chose Alabama over Ohio State and other powerhouses.

Nick Saban was a big reason why. 910 more words

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