Monthly Archives: May 2010

Thanks you Vets!

This is the day we set aside to remember those that made our freedom possible.  For more than 200 years now there have been enough men and women willing to put their life on the line so that others might … Continue reading

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Social inequities

Social inequities appear to be coming to the forefront.  I have been very blessed to have been born into this world in a land where opportunities abounds and resources are aplenty – something that is rare globally.  I believe much … Continue reading

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Improbable or just unimaginable?

The evidence mounts against the sustainability of life as I know and have known it.  Most, I believe, imagine the future based on what they’ve experienced in the past.  Choices and preparations for the future are made through that lens.  … Continue reading

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Marcus Aurelius

"The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority,but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." – Marcus Aurelius

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Looking ahead

There seems to be a greater degree of struggling to maintain the status quo.  Financial systems are under pressure and actions of those in charge appear dishonest at best and possibly on the verge of collapse.  President Obama tells us … Continue reading

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Awoke to a beautiful morning.  Spent a little time (not enough) with my lovely wife.  Did the Fallen Heroes Tribute Shoot (and won) AND spent a wonderful afternoon with my 90 year old Grandmother.  It is a GREAT day.

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Long Distance

http:// From The Sunday Times May 2, 2010 Hotshot sniper in one-and-a-half mile double kill Michael Smith 124 Comments Recommend? (134) A BRITISH Army sniper has set a new sharpshooting distance record by killing two Taliban machinegunners in Afghanistan from … Continue reading

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