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Roger W. Smith, “Friendships: Forming, Preserving, and (Sometimes) Knowing When to End Them”

This is a post about friendships: their importance in one’s life (touched upon very briefly here); and, mainly, the importance of trying to maintain them. 822 more words

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unfit to become president?

Here goes.

I want to make a point or two now, while the topic is totally dominating the news and, it seems, is the main topic of practically every conversation. 1,274 more words

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Coyote Rock Trail, Grand Teton NP

We were lucky to have Delyn’s friends, two local biologists/ naturalists to lead our hike today, and they chose something outside of the normal guidebook offering. 358 more words

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“Ex-Bronx Science Teacher Pleads Guilty in Child Pornography Case”

And the scribes and Pharisees brought unto him a woman taken in adultery; and when they had set her in the midst,

They say unto him, Master, this woman was taken in adultery, in the very act. 1,944 more words

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Hike with Local Biologist Phenom

Today, we did a loop hike south of Wilson, Wyoming with local biologist, Roger Smith, a friend of Delyn’s. Roger and his wife, Margaret, founded the Teton Raptor Center and have quite a history in the area. 361 more words

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On Reading Dale Carnegie’s "How to Win Friends and Influence People"



I have just finished reading Dale Carnegie’s bestselling book How to Win Friends and Influence People, which was originally published in 1936. I took notes as I was reading and got a lot out of it. 525 more words

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Inventory of Dreiserana (books, etc. by and about Theodore Dreiser) in Roger W. Smith’s Private Library


The attached Word document contains an inventory of Dreiserana — books and materials by, about, and related to Theodore Dreiser — in my home library. 24 more words

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