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Word Choice: “Called” vs. “Driven”

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This is a post about something I’d never thought of until my master brought it up with me yesterday. Remember yesterday? It was Josh Groban Day on my blog. Hence, it was also the day I had to account for my … Continue reading

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I can’t believe I’ve never blogged about Josh Groban

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Most of my regular readers know I’m a big fan of Dolly Parton, P!ATD, Black Eyed Peas, and PP&M. So, you might be wondering, “Ada, how on earth did Josh Groban get into your playlist?” Well, it’s pretty simple: I was … Continue reading

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Dog’s Eye View: 3 Thoughts On Being Thankful

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Take it from a three-legged dog: It can be hard to be thankful sometimes. Plus, figuring out “how” to be thankful can be as challenging as figuring out “what” to be thankful about. I’ve been thinking about Thanksgiving all week, … Continue reading

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Having A Ball in Cuomo’s Back Yard

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Hello, human friends! After a short hiatus, I am back online. It’s been a bit of a rough spell here for the past couple weeks– but I’ve gathered my thoughts and I am back online to give you weekly updates. My master left … Continue reading

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T-Boone Pickens: Too honest about Williamsport visit! Ooops!

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TOMORROW, Friday, 30 September 2011, T. Boone Pickens will present “Powering Our Future: A Conversation with T. Boone Pickens” at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth Street.  Don’t miss the implications of the lecture’s title… READ ON! … Continue reading

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rethinking “power”

Have you ever stopped to think about how important communication is? Without communication, it is not possible to effectively exist as dogs, as humans, as societies, or as corporations. There are several things that are related–or made clear– through communication. … Continue reading

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