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Scott's Poetry - 10/21/17

Today’s poem answers the challenge, “How do I want to be remembered?” It’s a poetic take on “What do you want on your tombstone?”

This was written in 1996 -over 23 years ago. 133 more words


Western Decivilization

It was late afternoon, golden hour, and the town was aglow. We rolled into Tombstone, AZ with the tumbleweeds, and got out of town by morning, but not before taking a sun-soaked stroll down Allen Street past the O.K. 511 more words


The 'tombstone exercise' could be the secret to being consistently successful

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

When Jeff Bezos started Amazon.com with $300,000 of his parent’s money, he gave himself a 70% chance of failing.

This estimation demonstrated more hubris than confidence, given that only 10% of startups succeed. 530 more words

Money Matters

Schlocktoberfest VII - Day 12: Dead & Buried

Dead & Buried (1981)


*Spoilers Throughout*

What’s It About:
A quaint little town where interlopers are met with extreme prejudice and intense photo shoots. 1,168 more words


Reel Rewind: Tombstone

First I have to begin this week’s RR with the disclaimer that I’m not particularly a fan of Westerns.  Now there are certainly some westerns that I love watching, such as… 895 more words



We’re a military family so that means every few years it’s off to a new place. Along with being tourists in our new home state (or country), our family and friends like to visit, and then we get to be tourists with them too. 317 more words

Stranger Pause

A gentleman, walking through a London cemetery, came across the following epitaph inscribed upon a tombstone.  It read: “Stranger pause as you pass by, as you are now so once was I.   869 more words