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Gary Church: This soldier really is shipping out in the morning — scout’s honor!
I can't win. Last year when I went to Jen Fazzone McNally's Halloween party, I wore a mask. No one else did. This year, I thought I would get with it and just wear a costume.
Lisa Madras: That was yesterday — but what will you do NOW?
What is the best advice you have ever received? Advice is everywhere. Some of it good, and some of it not so good. Some of it sought out, and some of it unsolicited. But it's there, everywhere you go, from well-meaning friends and family members, on Internet memes and in fortune cookies, and even flying down the road on the side of a bus.
Josh Drespling: It’s never too late to pursue your dream
We all have dreams and aspirations. They are inclinations of the grand things we would like to do with our lives. Some of us want to be rich and some want to be famous. Others just want a simple life, free of the hectic lifestyle they have been dealt.
Gary Church: In heaven there is no beer, but George is having plenty of laughs
While growing up, most of my close friends were a little on the crazy side. One guy who always kept me in stitches was George Budai. George passed away last week.
Tim Kolodziej: Despite the lies, there is ALWAYS a day after
What do we REALLY want? More money? A spot on the team? Fame? Security? Love? The respect of our classmates or colleagues? All of the above? Something else?
The Couch Potato: Fantasy Football is way worse than reality — for me, anyway
The Couch Potato always seems to be a little late when it comes to pop culture trends. Whether it be cable television (first time was 1995), a cell phone (first one was 2004), or even just the Internet (still don’t have it at my house), I’m just always a little (or a lot) behind the curve.
Gary Church: Me? Need help inside a store? Don’t ask.
Shopping is not something I do a lot. Whenever I do, I never ask where anything is. I like to find it all by myself. I think it's a man thing.
Lisa Madras: I’m not quite living ‘the life’ yet, but I’m happy to try
What stands between you and happiness? In order to answer this question, I think you first have to define what, exactly, happiness means to you. It's not usually a simple answer, once you really thinking about it.
Josh Drespling: New job leads to chain reaction of opportunities
I can see the faint glimmer of a light off in the distance. It is an inkling of hope and a promise of things that will soon come to pass. What is this beacon of hope that compels me to look to the future rather than dwell in the muck that is my present situation?
Gary Church: What’s in YOUR wallet? Aw, I better purse my lips
The older I get, the less I know about women. My lovely bride and I decided to go to Sharon for lunch and a little shopping. As we were approaching Mitchell Road, she got all panicky and said we had to go back home. I thought maybe she had to use the toilet or something.
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