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Professor's Song Honors Service

Don Miller’s lasting tribute to the military is the result of service he narrowly missed out on. Miller was growing up in southwestern Ohio when the Vietnam War started. 810 more words

Onondaga Community College

A Tin Can Phone Could Change the World

I’ve always wanted to talk on a tin can phone like in the movies. I want to be in my room and stretch the string to my best friend’s room who happens to live next door so we can talk late at night when everyone else is asleep. 763 more words


It’s been a while since I last posted. Select baseball is in full swing and our family just returned from a week long vacation in southern California last night. 1,092 more words


What I think about all that

I had two separate requests today asking me what my thoughts were on articles having to do with the social issues we deal with today. One of the articles had to do with racism, the other dealt with our patriarchal society. 574 more words


Physical Culture: Denise Paglia, Part Two

“When you stop expecting people to be perfect, you can like them for who they are.” Donald Miller

Pittsburgh PA

1 & 2 Kings

In continuation of the tale of the first two biblical royals, with this context center more around their humanness, are the two books entitled Kings.  The nation’s stabilization is retold after the death ofKing David to the nation’s glorification during  Solomon’s reign. 2,024 more words

That Person. Them. Those People.

Ever find yourself wishing that your life could be like his? Am I the only person who does this? Some days I hate going to the gym. 1,240 more words