• Honest Abe Lincoln
    30
    Oct

    Honest Abe

    Unlike the rest, President Abraham Lincoln (#16) chose to surround himself by appointing individual cabinet members who were political opponents and independent thinkers often with differing personal agendas. Historian Doris Goodwind further writes that he encouraged principled dissent from his cabinet members because it challenged his own thinking and,...

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  • 21
    Oct

    Just Sayin

    “If you wake up on a Casper mattress, work out with a Peloton before breakfast, Uber to your desk at a WeWork, order DoorDash for lunch, take a Lyft home, and get dinner through Postmates, you’ve interacted with seven companies that will collectively lose nearly $14 billion this year.”...

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  • 09
    Oct

    Wise Words

    “You are not old until regrets start taking the place of dreams.” -John Barrymore “To be good is not enough, when you dream of being great.” -Unknown “Gifts, gimmicks, gadgets, and novelties make life more interesting.” -CWSwanson

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  • 04
    Oct

    Dollars and Sense

    In my lifetime I have witnessed the decline of the middle class, the growth in the size of people from over nutrition, and the decline in overall health and happiness despite attainment of the all important “American Dream”. Freedom of Speech has even taken on all new meanings as...

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  • Neon orange Laugh sign
    02
    Oct

    The World we Live in!

    Why is it that we park on driveways and travel on parkways? Why is it that when we transport something by car or truck its called a shipment, but when we transport something by ship its called cargo?

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  • 26
    Jul

    Wise Words

    Happiness is when what you (choose to) think, what you (choose to) say, and what you (choose to) do are in harmony. -Mathatma Gandhi

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  • Smoke Stack
    01
    Jul

    Brain Fog reduction…

    United Technologies and The Harvard School of Public Health recently studied the health effects of indoor air quality in the workplace and found that Information usage scores were 299% higher in conventional offices where the ventilation rate was doubled (ASHRAE). The study also revealed a 101% cognitive improvement and...

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  • 17
    Jun

    Lab to Table (Science Diet)

    “We could feed around twice as many humans with today’s global harvest if we did not feed livestock but rather consumed the yield ourselves. Based on the current worldwide population of 7.6 billion humans, we would have food for an additional 7 billion people.” From the recent report on...

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  • Daisy Phtography
    01
    Aug

    Short and Sweet

    When The London Times solicited an essay contest to answer the question; What’s wrong with the world? G.K. Chesterson submitted: “Dear Sirs; I am. Sincerely G.K. Chesterson.” Tom Shadyack of The Times responded with: “Dear Mr. Chesterson; Bingo! Sincerely Tom Shadyack.”

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  • Eco Consulting
    01
    Aug

    Words of the times

    10.24.13 “Money is simply a form of energy that creates relationships between people” 11.12.13 “You fling enough crap into the universe, occasionally the breeze is going to blow your way.” Captain Jim Brass: CSI Las Vegas (fiction) 12.16.13 “When you change your mind, everything changes” Alan Cohen

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