Monthly Archives: February 2011

Spring Training 2011 Offers Dull Start to Bright House

Clearwater Beach has become a popular destination for increasing numbers of Phillies Fans who migrate south, some for a few days that way we began our treks here in 1993, though more recently for the month to soak in the … Continue reading

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When Does A Coach Go Too Far?

Safe to say this John O’Connor is neither a Saint nor a Cardinal, but is he an abusive basketball coach who got slapped with a lawsuit only because the videotape of him doesn’t lie? Let’s not be naive, folks.  Mr. … Continue reading

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St. Jetersberg

So Hank the Yank seems to have had second thoughts about pulling a page from the Steinbrenner Book of Ownership Etiquette.   Shortly after sending a message to team captain Derek Jeter about the distractions of some players building mansions … Continue reading

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What’s Your Dream Job?

Can you believe it?  If I didn’t have career plans that have me tied up during 2011 (after I get back from a month on Clearwater Beach, that is) I’d seriously consider this dream job. Don’t get me wrong – … Continue reading

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B-B-B-Bernie and the Mets ….

It’s been six months since I thought seriously about Bernie Madoff.  Countless people, when working with financial advisors, have learned to look for returns on investments that are neither too good to be true, nor too bad to be incompetent.   … Continue reading

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No Limits: Seeing Possibilities

Amazing Israel, Canada Israel Experience and the Perkins School for the Blind are excited to announce a unique Taglit-Birthright Israel trip for June 2011. No Limits: Seeing Possibilities is a trip that has been specially designed for participants with visual … Continue reading

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Living in the Edge

Not on the edge.  In the edge.  On the edge implies an angle, a shallowness perhaps.  In the edge conveys the depth and volume of what self-described cultural impresario John Brockman has termed The Third Culture.  I’ve been a sideline … Continue reading

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