Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Watched Pot

Robert Leverett and Adam were in the kitchen preparing breakfast. I think Robert was making a bowl of oatmeal — the reason he had a pan of water on the stove. He was staring intently down at the pan of … Continue reading

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Painfully Honest

Asking random questions is one of the things I’ve come to enjoy about Face Book. I can post it, walk away for a little while and depending on the question – I can get several responses. One question asked was … Continue reading

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A New Dialogue

After more than a year of being unable to go to regular church services at Sparks Christian Fellowship, my work schedule changed and I made it the last two Sundays. I’ve missed attending church. The first Sunday back I submitted … Continue reading

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Getting your SHIZZ together

After making a smart-a$$ed comment about getting my shizz together, a friend, Laureen Kinnaman asked me how she could do that. She adds, “That could be valuable information for many of us.” Here goes… Stop the bad habits — My … Continue reading

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Bill Raggio Passes

Retired Nevada state Senator Bill Raggio has died at age 85 and is being remembered as an icon in Nevada politics. The Reno Republican was the longest-serving state Senator in Nevada history when he retired last January just before the … Continue reading

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Harry Reid, Agenda 21 and America 2050

Smart Growth, Biodiversity, Outcome Based Education, Sustainable Development, Green, World View, Traffic Calming, Affordable Housing, Consensus, Social Justice, Regional, Open Lands, Quality of Life, Benefit for All; warm and fuzzy words and each a part of a code. It’s sinister … Continue reading

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Those Pesky Extra Little Words

As a radio announcer, I’ve spent much of the last three decades teaching myself how to be less-wordy. I’ve also gone to the point of watching out for words that really mean nothing at the time they are said. I’ll … Continue reading

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