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WASHINGTON, DC, Aug 3 – It’s the height of summer, a time of year when we are most vulnerable to insect-borne diseases. It’s a threat that will still be with us well into the Fall. Dr. Robert R. Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control [CDC], warns that “a growing list of...

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WASHINGTON, DC, Aug 3 – It’s the height of summer, a time of year when we are most vulnerable to insect-borne diseases. It’s a threat that will still be with us well into the Fall. Dr. Robert R. Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control [CDC], warns that “a growing list of...

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by AMAC Certified Social Security Advisor Russell Gloor, Association of Mature American Citizens         Dear Rusty: I read your article entitled “Doing a Breakdown Analysis” and noted that the article was in response to a reader question about when to take Social Security Benefits.  The...

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by AMAC Certified Social Security Advisor Russell Gloor, Association of Mature American Citizens         Dear Rusty: I read your article entitled “Doing a Breakdown Analysis” and noted that the article was in response to a reader question about when to take Social Security Benefits.  The...

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Potato scones, called tattie scones or totties, are common fare in Scotland. An article printed in the travel section of the NY Times in 2005 says that: Ask where the name scone came from, and you may be unwittingly caught up in a local controversy. Many dictionaries — even the Scottish National...

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Potato scones, called tattie scones or totties, are common fare in Scotland. An article printed in the travel section of the NY Times in 2005 says that: Ask where the name scone came from, and you may be unwittingly caught up in a local controversy. Many dictionaries — even the Scottish National...

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What is it that causes a person to become a repeat offender and commit crimes despite having served time in prison? How might our system fully rehabilitate a criminal, helping them to lead an honest and productive life? With some states having as high as 75 percent recidivism (to relapse into...

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What is it that causes a person to become a repeat offender and commit crimes despite having served time in prison? How might our system fully rehabilitate a criminal, helping them to lead an honest and productive life? With some states having as high as 75 percent recidivism (to relapse into...

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With summer almost at an end and back-to-school on the horizon, I know what you’re thinking: “Gimme a hotdog – I’ll worry about getting into that swimsuit next year.” Or maybe that’s just me. The other thing I’m thinking is: “Road trip!” Let’s have one last hurrah before it’s...

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With summer almost at an end and back-to-school on the horizon, I know what you’re thinking: “Gimme a hotdog – I’ll worry about getting into that swimsuit next year.” Or maybe that’s just me. The other thing I’m thinking is: “Road trip!” Let’s have one last hurrah before it’s...

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by Secret Squirrel Today I witnessed on Foothill by the golf course a crash of a female who was high as a kite, vulgar when asked if she was OK and then took off in her car that I couldn’t believe was drivable. Played chicken with cars in all 4 lanes while being chased down

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by Secret Squirrel Today I witnessed on Foothill by the golf course a crash of a female who was high as a kite, vulgar when asked if she was OK and then took off in her car that I couldn’t believe was drivable. Played chicken with cars in all 4 lanes while being chased down

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By David DeMulle’ Winnie The Poo comes alive in Christopher Robin in a soft frightening way that brought memories of my childhood readings of the Poo series. But this story is different in that Christopher Robin, a human ambassador to the Hundred-Acre Wood, eventually gets to an age where he has...

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By David DeMulle’ Winnie The Poo comes alive in Christopher Robin in a soft frightening way that brought memories of my childhood readings of the Poo series. But this story is different in that Christopher Robin, a human ambassador to the Hundred-Acre Wood, eventually gets to an age where he has...

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This is a vortex, I live here, I’m a reporter. Dum De Dum Dumm-Dumb!  Just when you think that some of our elected leaders have straightened out and are flying right, along comes another week.  If asked “What do you stick around here for?”  I’d have to answer “to see what they are going...

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This is a vortex, I live here, I’m a reporter. Dum De Dum Dumm-Dumb!  Just when you think that some of our elected leaders have straightened out and are flying right, along comes another week.  If asked “What do you stick around here for?”  I’d have to answer “to see what they are going...

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