Monthly Archives: July 2008

Another Kind of Hero

When we think of hero’s, most often our minds first conjure up larger than life figures, either from fictional characters initially in books or in later times splashed across movie and television screens.  Then we may remember real life hero’s, … Continue reading

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Overcome By Greed

I began a career in the banking industry forty years ago.  At that time, especially for someone starting at the bottom of the ladder, new hires were required to attend night courses conducted by the American Institute of Banking.  The … Continue reading

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Olive Riley RIP

  Olive Riley October 20, 1899 – July 12, 2008 The world’s oldest blogger left a legacy with stories from her life “down under“.

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An Open Letter To Barack Obama: Military & Veterans Want To Hear From You

Senator Obama: On August 11 of this year the 2008 Fort Hood Presidential Town Hall Consortium is planning to host a non-partisan town hall event and while John McCain has agreed to participate in this televised event, you have not … Continue reading

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