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I Forgot my Kid in the Car

While watching the evening news one of the stories was about a father leaving his 1 year old in his SUV and then catching the train to work not realizing his mistake until he arrived at work only to rush back on the next train. 234 more words

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Good Sportsmanship

There don’t seem to be as many shining examples of good sportsmanship now as there was when I was a kid. I had the good fortune of catching the tail end of superior athletes without the aid of chemical enhancements, That still does exist today, but I think the average athlete is doing whatever they can to skirt the rules so they become more than average because of how short some sports related careers can be. 480 more words

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Why do these three have permission to co-exist? The simple answer is so that we can choose one and discard the others. However, what appears to be sense to one may not be sense to another. 717 more words


Room for the Impossible

It never ceases to amaze me how words written a hundred years ago can be so timely for us today!  Oswald Chambers died in 1917, at the age of forty-three, yet his words ring true in 2015! 633 more words

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Pharmacy Emergencies

In a retail pharmacy there are no real emergencies in terms of patient prescriptions. We do try our best to fill your prescription(s) as quickly and safely as possible. 393 more words

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Keeping the Throttle Pinned

By my personal definition the week starts on a Sunday. Since Sunday between my two jobs and other life obligations I have kept my throttle pinned to floor. 204 more words

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Standard Operating Procedure

In the past I have discussed about there being three ways to do something. The right way, the wrong way, and the scouting way. I also went on to discuss how sometimes there can only be one way to do something because of safety or importance. 86 more words

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