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Tired Tire

At 4pm this afternoon I began the 1/2 hour commute from work to home. Two and a half hours later, it was with great relief that I finally pulled into the driveway. 509 more words


April 12, 2015: Session Five--The True Elder Brother (“My son, everything I have is yours”)

This Sunday we resume our series, The Prodigal God, with session five, “The True Elder Brother.” To prepare for the session, read Luke 15:11-32 again, and then watch the video below of the song, “Highway Patrolman” by Bruce Springsteen from his 1982 album, Nebraska. 101 more words

Teaneck New Jersey

Highway Patrolman

I’ve been listening to Bruce Springsteen’s “Highway Patrolman” a lot lately. It’s a haunting story-song of two brothers. One a highway patrolman and the other an outlaw. 477 more words

JSP Visual Week In Review | 03.29.14

I’ve been active on Flickr for a quite a few years now. It was one of the first place – pre-JSP blog – where I started to “get my work out there.” 470 more words

JerseyStyle Photography

Making it Home

A Master Sergeant, and Highway Patrolman came to speak at my office, promoting driver safety by making the right choices on the road. He had an inspiring presentation set up and it made me realize the importance of the decisions we make each day.

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Thoughts on Alex Cox and "Three Businessmen".

Alex Cox (b1954) is a Merseyside born film-maker who studied law at Oxford before relocating to Los Angeles to study film at UCLA. His first feature, “Edge City,” (AKA “Sleep Is For Sissies” – 1978) is a satirical, energetic and trippy look at the life of a meek artist (played by Cox) living in the world of the underground art-scene in a Los Angeles on the brink of nuclear annihilation. 5,493 more words

Alex Cox

I'm in shock!


I pulled up to our apartment and parked. I stumbled out of the car noticing that I was not able to balance well. 810 more words