Monthly Archives: May 2011

Hurdle Nine – The New Rhythms of Life

  (A lucky, but cool, phone photo) Close your eyes and you can hear it.  It’s in the beat of our hearts, the sound of our breaths, the pitter-patter of shoes on the floor.  Listen carefully, it’s in the purr … Continue reading

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Hurdle Eight – If I could Sing Like Kenny Rogers and See Like a Child

This is a song performed by Kenny Rogers, although I am not sure if he wrote it or not.  It is called The Greatest and I found it on a friend’s Facebook Wall but it is on YouTube.  Any parent that … Continue reading

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Hurdle Seven: Who’s your caddy?

I was putting my office together, just the other day, and ran across this old newspaper photo of Tiger Woods and his caddy walking over a stone bridge at the British Open, I believe.  This has to be from about 2004 or so, … Continue reading

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Sometimes I Call It Right On – Coward

NOTE.  THE GOVERNMENT NOW SAYS THIS IS NOT HOW THE FINAL BATTLE WENT DOWN.  I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN.  IT DOES NOT CHANGE THE BASIC PREMISE THOUGH SO I AM NOT DELETING. For those of you who read my last post, … Continue reading

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Hurdle Six – In the End, All Killers are Cowards, Even mass murderers

It never ceases to amaze me, the cowardess of the killer.  They are all the same.  They never change.  Their psyche is not unique, it’s as old as murder itself.  And, like Bin Laden, they reveal themselves in the end. Anyone … Continue reading

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