Daily Archives: March 7, 2018

More Misery In Puerto Rico

Exodus from Puerto Rico grows as island struggles to rebound from Hurricane Maria Just this week, a power outage put nearly 900,000 residents in and around the capital city of San Juan in the dark and without water — again. … Continue reading

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Alistair Urquhart

The Forgotten Highlander: An Incredible WWII Story of Survival in the Pacific by Alistair Urquhart. A TV program based on Alistair’s story, but nowhere near as powerful as the book. It leaves out a lot. Keep this in mind when … Continue reading

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NYC Nor’easter Update

The snow started falling just before noon EST. And has quickly ramped up. It’s already sticking and looks determined to make the day miserable. The latest is 8-12 inches of snow. That still depends on how the storm moves. The … Continue reading

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“I Can’t Because I Don’t Have …”

The Myth of ‘I Don’t Have’ Napoleon Hill: Do not wait; the time will never be “just right.” Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as … Continue reading

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This Post Is A Limited-Time Offer! Read It NOW!

This is very, very good. Scarcity…I’M DELETING THIS SOON A friend once pointed out to me the brilliance of the Home Shopping Network. This was the pre-Amazon days. He pointed out the Countdown Clock they had in the corner of … Continue reading

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Blog Notes: Weather Interruption

The Nor’easter forecast has changed to a foot or more of snow, starting this afternoon. I don’t have anything planned for the blog for today. Which is a good thing. Because this afternoon is going to be all about shoveling! … Continue reading

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