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AND THE MORAL OF THE STORY IS …

AND THE MORAL OF THE STORY IS …

By on Mar 4, 2011 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

Antonio with his cheerful round face and thick handlebar mustache always shaded by an oversized, wide brimmed hat presented the impression he was hoping they would remake the Cisco Kid and that he could play the part of Pancho. He was a good man and was better at hanging fence than I was but everyone, including Antonio, knew I got the job of foreman because old man...

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JUST A FEW QUICK UPDATES

JUST A FEW QUICK UPDATES

By on Mar 4, 2011 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

Thank you for the words of encouragement in regards to the short stories about adventures from my past that have been posted in recent weeks. This is a new endeavor as I am a private fellow that doesn’t talk in detail about the past very often. I embarked on this endeavor on the advice of a friend in the marketing business who happened to know me in a previous...

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REFLECTIONS

REFLECTIONS

By on Mar 2, 2011 in ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

I am of the opinion that it is the embarrassing and awkward moments in dating that are the litmus test for long term compatibility. If you can’t find humor in those situations that strip all pretense and that pull down the most carefully constructed facade when your dating, there is little hope you will be able to laugh your way through the trials and...

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