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Remembering Dr. Stordock

I went to the dentist today. I think I have twenty four crowns and eight veneers, so you might think that this is a scary visit every six months for my check-ups. Those of you who have been following this ...

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Hallelujah!

For the past several days, I have been writing about space events that I recalled from my childhood. But there is at least one other noteworthy event that occurred on an April 13th. And it happened far before there was ...

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Houston, We’ve Got A Problem…..

I got all inspired writing about Yuri Gagarin and Frank Borman and all the space stuff last night, and frankly, I used to be quite interested in space. Especially when I was younger, around the time of the first space ...

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We Have Lift-Off!

Tomorrow morning, Tuesday April 12, 2011 marks the 30th anniversary of STS-1, the first lift-off of the shuttle Columbia, from launch pad 39A at Cape Canaveral, Florida on April 12, 1981. And for those of you old enough to remember ...

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I’m Back! (In New Jersey)

Hi! I'm back. For those of you who have been following this blog, yesterday was the first day that I have not written a post in 49 days. And if you read my last entry, you know that I was ...

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The Year of Jubilee

Well, tonight marks the 49th straight night that I have posted my blog. It seems difficult to believe that seven weeks have already passed, but I checked the calendar, and sure enough, tonight is #49. And that brings up a ...

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Taking the First Step

The past week or so, I have been involved with many people who don't seem to know what to do next. Now for those of you who are clients of mine, and wonder if I am talking about you, the ...

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The Chicken or the Egg?

I was all set to sit down tonight and write about a topic that I had picked out, and as I was speaking with Al, a Jewish friend of mine, he reminded me that I had to wait two more ...

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A Violent Day

The news has been filled the last several days with reports of the speech that Robert Kennedy gave in Indianapolis following the assassination of Martin Luther King on Aril 4, 1968 - a Thursday, for those of you who are ...

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Lessons from Dad

I really loved my father. If you read yesterday's post, you know that today would have been his 88th birthday - but he died back in 1978 when he was 55. He was 30 years older than I am and ...

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