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Failing to rein in our reptile brain

by Jim Taylor

Originally found on Jim Taylor’s Weblog: Musings of Jim Taylor

The video camera caught him at it, shortly before Remembrance Day last November. 921 more words

Featured

Meet Native America Interviews Jim Taylor, Elnu Elder

As a part of its ongoing Meet Native America series, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplished Native individuals to introduce themselves and say a little about their lives and work. 39 more words

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Green Bay Packers: Remembering Scout Jack Vainisi

We are exactly one week away from the 2016 NFL draft. General manager Ted Thompson of the Green Bay Packers held a press conference on Wednesday to discuss the preparation for this year’s draft. 1,379 more words

Do your kids have too much stuff? Here's how to reduce conflict over our posesssions

Stuff: Where does it all end up?

When we are done with it, most of our stuff ends up in a landfill. Yes, some of it will be passed down to other kids, or people in need. 329 more words

Culture And Lifestyle

Christoph Waltz & Matt Damon team up for “Downsizing”


Greetings and salutations once again audience,Christoph Waltz and Hong Chau are on board to join Matt Damon and Reese Witherspoon in Alexander Payne’s “Downsizing”


Payne is co-writing with Jim Taylor, with Paramount to distribute being third time Paramount and Payne have worked together, following “Election” and “Nebraska.” 112 more words

Movie News

Happy Birthday, Jerry Kramer!

Today is the 80th birthday of Gerald Louis Kramer. I’ve been fortunate enough to get to know Jerry pretty well over the past several years. I’ve been able to talk with him countless times on the phone, usually for at least an hour at a time. 1,737 more words

Jerry Kramer Belongs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Blog

Those of you who have followed my writing throughout the years, know that I have written countless stories about Jerry Kramer. This goes back over a decade ago when I was writing for Packer Report. 470 more words