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Who Reads Newspapers?

Reading the Newspaper

  Who reads newspapers? Maybe its easier to know the answer than you think. You are the newspaper you read. Do you believe that? See if you can identify yourself and some of your family members and friends by this identification method.   Courtesy of funnycleanjokes.com   The Wall Street Journal is read by the […]

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Ben Stein’s Last Column

Ben Stein Net Worth

  Courtesy of Inspire21.com For many years Ben Stein had written a biweekly column called “Monday Night At Morton’s.” (Morton’s is a famous chain of Steakhouses known to be frequented by movie stars and famous people from around the globe.) On August 9, 2004, Ben wrote his final column to move on to other things […]

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Bordeaux Cathedral, France – Take a Narrated HD Video Tour

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  Intro   I have continued my search for high quality, narrated video tours of important landmarks around the world, especially Castles and Cathedrals. This post explores the Bordeaux Cathedral in Bordeaux, France.   According to Wikipedia: Bordeaux is the world’s major wine industry capital. It is home to the world’s main wine fair, Vinexpo¬†(fr),[5] […]

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Autumn Leaves

Autumn Leaves

Autumn Leaves in Shenandoah National Park     Note: This is a repost of one of last year’s most popular posts – thanks to the photo. Savor the beauty of autumn! Last year my wife and I planned a detour from our usual route down to our Florida home to see the beauty of Shenandoah […]

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A Cowboy Named Bud

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  Intro I have steered away from politics on this blog since it is always a controversial topic. If you’re like me, you are pretty tired of all the political news that dominates the printed and electronic media almost 24/7.But I think I’ve found and exception to the rule. Now I don’t claim to have […]

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