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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Tribute to Bruce Lee

Seventy years ago yesterday, kung fu legend Bruce Lee was born. Ever since a friend of mine had me watch Enter the Dragon, I have been a proud member of the legions of fans of this Kung Fu Legend. Born in San Francisco in 1940, Bruce

Amazon Kindle

With the holiday season in full swing, I’m sure many of you are looking for gift ideas for Christmas. Having just bought several gifts for friends and family today at the Black Friday sales, I know what many of you are going through. Thankfully for

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Crisis in Korea, and what to do about it

It would seem like everybodies favorite rouge state is causing problems on the world stage again. North Korea recently attacked a South Korean island, reducing much of the island to ruble and killing several residents. This is after several other provocations from North Korea, including

Audie Murphy

I was channel surfing the television recently, looking for nothing in particular. Much to my surprise, Turner Classic Movies had a string of Audie Murphy movies on, including my personal favorite, To Hell and Back. Soon after, I shouted out to tell my brother that

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Problems with Airport Security

As I mentioned in one of my earliest posts here, I enjoy the airport experience. And like many millions around the holiday season, odds are good I will fly sometime this holiday season. While normally I would be excited, current events have made me weary.

Charles Barkley’s Shut Up and Jam Gaiden

As I have pointed out several times before, I deeply enjoy the variety of interesting things you can find on the Internet. The information superhighway has certainly help to spread goods and ideas to people that would not have seen them otherwise, as well as