Monday, February 17, 2014

My Cancer Letter

Posted by: Michael Terry

People write and call and their messages are universally optimistic.  I like that, it means something about them, about me, about our personal relationship, about a lot of things.  I wish I were nearly worth the high regard in which I am held.  Everyone knows I "will be strong", that "I will be tough" that I will "Hang in there."  I am not so sure, but I do know that ...

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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Is Debating Politics Worth the Time and Angst?

Posted by: Walter Greene

   Often I get into exchanges of points of view - arguments - about political, economic, social philosophies that I firmly believe in and against which another person is wholeheartedly opposed . . . and wholeheartedly is often an understatement.

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Monday, February 10, 2014

In response to our article about Congress being deadlocked

Posted by: Michael Terry

In response to our article about Congress being deadlocked, Delta Sledge has sent us a Will Rogers quotation which is more than on point: "Washington, D.C., papers say, 'Congress is deadlocked and can't act.' I think that is the greatest blessing that could befall this Country." Delta Sledge sent along two other good quotations from Will Rogers:         ...

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Sunday, February 9, 2014

Got Cancer? Why not get Treated at the Best

Posted by: Michael Terry

Hey guys and gals out there!  If you are going to get cancer, why not get treated by one of the best in the world? 

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Thursday, February 6, 2014

Massachusetts town wants to ban loud conversation

Posted by: Manny Bissel

Wow, now you have heard it all.  The Hingham, Mass. Board of Selectmen is considering a noise ordinance that would fine residents who are caught having loud conversations, or 55 decibels.  To put the required decibel level into perspective, residents would face a fine of $100 to $300 if they exceed the level compared to a conversation in a restaurant or air conditioner at 100 ...

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