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The names and locations have been changed to protect the guilty, but if you’re thinking about “taking out” grandma or granddad just so you can get their 2002 Chevy Malibu, their new Weber Grill, or their house, the following is a roadmap for your success.

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After the first presidential debate mercifully ended, Fox News analyst and moderator Chris Wallace called the free-for-all “interesting.” A better word is ugly.

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All things considered normal, if you open up a water valve, water flows out of it because there is pressure behind it, and it will follow the path of least resistance, which is to go where it is released to because there is nothing holding it back, like a valve or regulator. And it will flow…

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If we could diagram our lives, beginning to end on a bell-shaped curve before we started the journey, it might allow us to approach things differently.

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After watching the daily COVID-19 coverage on CNN, I’ve found that the best way to overcome lingering thoughts of depression, hopelessness, and Chris Cuomo is by going on a brisk walk around our neighborhood with my wife.

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As the years wear on, I have made the truthful and accurate observation that for almost all people on this planet, life is more difficult than not. Each day, week, month, year, brings with it lots of frustration, grief, turbulence and regrets than general happiness, comfort and wholesome pleasure.

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One of the precious few escapes from the soul-sucking stress of the COVID-19 pandemic has been bonding with our couches and sweatpants while watching scores of movies.

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The pandemic ruined a lot of things: graduations, vacations, family reunions, the economy, and maybe even your New Year’s resolutions. Forget losing weight, am I right? The Quarantine 15 is, says Yale’s medical school, a “perfect storm for people who struggle with weight.” We’re stuck with t…

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Is there anybody who has not fantasized about being some type of superhero or having superpowers? What superpower would you like to have the most? Perhaps being able to fly? Or having super strength or some type of super emanation that you could project like fire or force fields. Maybe mind …

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Donald Trump may have won the most unlikely presidential election victory in U.S. history. But no one has ever taken a longer, more treacherous road to the White House than Joe Biden. If he should win, he will confirm that in American politics, nothing is ever final.

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As the joke has it, nine months from the start of the pandemic – right around January 2021 – we’ll experience a baby boom. After all, some activities are better suited to sheltered lifestyles than others.

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A western Pennsylvania newspaper that shall not be named ran a photograph the other day of the left field stands at a packed PNC Park. It was a night game, maybe a July night, the kind of luxurious night that bathes you in warmth. The kind of night you wish would never end.

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We are commanded to give to God what we owe him or is required by him. But too often we overlook that God instructs us to also give to Caesar, (The Government) what is owed Caesar. This is found in Scripture.

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The Salt of the Earth, Matt 5:13. Person(s) of high moral character, decency and charity that keep society healthy due to their influence. Apple of my eye, Deut 32:10. Usually a person that someone holds in the highest regard with favorable commitment and fondness. Bite the dust, Psalms 72:9…