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CLASS REUNION

I recently attended my forty-fifth high school reunion. It was good to catch up with what people had been doing for all these years, but two things struck me immediately. First, I do not remember going to school with so … Continue reading

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ME AND MY BMI

I’ve finally made it down to my recommended BMI weight. It was only five pounds under the point when people started asking, “How long do you have to live?” Losing weight has never been a problem for me. My first … Continue reading

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TOOLS OF THE TRADE

In the early seventies I watched a TV series called Kung Fu. It was about Kwai Chang Caine (played by the late David Carradine) a half-American/ half-Chinese man in the 1800s Wild West looking for his half brother. Caine was … Continue reading

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THAT’S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR

                 I know a lot of people who divide relationships into friends and enemies. Anyone they know and don’t hate is a friend, and anyone they know and hate is an enemy. I’m not quite that simplistic. I divide people … Continue reading

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LOSING WEIGHT AND BMI

When I was in high school I wrestled in the 155 pound weight class. To make that weight I ate one meal a day and didn’t drink anything the day before a wrestling meet. After I had weighed in before … Continue reading

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