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It Takes a Coward to Kill a Lion

The recent botched killing of a beautiful African lion, by the American dentist Walter Palmer, is sticking in many craws tonight. What is it, Walter, you with your dead big game and perfect white teeth?   551 more words

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Right now, it is currently 3.15am and I am making my first blog post. I’m going to regret this in the morning.
I’m not sure who you are or why you’re reading this, but if you are staring at your screen right now, understanding these words, continuing to consume them, then I thank you ever so greatly. 499 more words

AT THE DEEP END OF THE JURY POOL

I’ve been called to jury duty often. Jury duty is the price you pay for voting because potential jurors are chosen from voter registrations lists. I’m sure they call us in alphabetical order. 609 more words

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JUST SAY NO

Watching a rerun of The Virginian. The story? A young woman is visiting Shiloh while taking a hiatus on her relationship. It’s supposed to be a six-week separation during which she can discover if she really loves the guy.  280 more words

Humor

THE DAY THE MACHINES WENT DOWN - REDUX

Dateline: Uxbridge, Massachusetts 

It was an ordinary day. A sunny day. Autumn in southern New England. Cool. Crispy. The leaves had changed and shone bright yellow and orange. 404 more words

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WHEN HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY

To Tell The Truth, Rich Paschall

At times it may seem OK to tell the “innocent little lie.” You may want to “protect” someone from the truth. 883 more words

Commentary

Netball Umpire C Grade Badge

I got my C Grade Badge for umpiring netball. I’m so happy. I was really nervous about being tested but I was well and truly ready which was good. 216 more words

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