Monthly Archives: May 2012

An All American Memorial to an All American Hero

A friend recently posted a definition of a hero, “…A hero isn’t the man who “believes in himself” and thereby conquers — a hero is a man who forgets himself in the service of others.” I am not sure I … Continue reading

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Don’t Mess with Texas

Just saw this sign at a Mall in Houston. I guess they are not interested in your business if you don’t mind your manners. I also saw three uniformed security guards on patrol in the Mall. I wonder if they … Continue reading

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Hittin’ the Books

Classes have ended, Finals are over, and the Grades are in. I have just finished my first college course in 30 years, Intro to Computer Technology at Northern Virginia Community College. I took the class with two of my sons, … Continue reading

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How No One got the Most Votes

Congratulations to all the winners of last Tuesday’s Manassas City Elections. It was certainly one of the most contentious interesting that the City has seen in many years, as can be substantiated by our good Registrar, Linda Womack. From sign … Continue reading

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Moon Rise at 39,000 Feet

Last night I was flying from Chicago to Washington during the rising of the “Super Moon.” The view was simply spectacular. I took a few photos, but my cell phone camera does not begin to capture the beauty of this … Continue reading

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