Daily Archives: January 7, 2011

Michael Jackson Is Alive: Hold My Hand

OK, I can hear you, saying, where did you see Michael? Well, chill out, relax, you know my name is Thomas, which goes a long way in matters of faith. So, hold my hand as I speak of Michael… I … Continue reading

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The Wedding Singer: Would You Let This Woman Sing At Your Wedding?

Sweeter than heaven, hotter than hell. Sounds like something I’d say to my wife, Gaby, since both comments describe her perfectly. But come on, as a wedding song? I mean for seduction, anticipation of pending passion, perfect – but as … Continue reading

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Pursue Your Passion: Kirk Nugent

I had a conversation with a teacher of English who specializes in helping children with attention deficit problems. Nice combination, but while we were talking something was working in my mind, slightly below the surface, and all of a sudden, … Continue reading

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