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No matter what our kids

And the new generation think about us,


WE ARE AWESOME !!!  

OUR Lives are LIVING PROOF !!!  

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For some reason, people have difficulty structuring their arguments when arguing against supporting the currently proposed immigration revisions. This lady made the argument pretty simple. NOT printed in the Orange County Paper

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`I’m writing this post as sort of an extension of my previous one about the death of common sense, because this story just makes me shake my head with sadness while wondering what happened to the rational world. If you’ve already heard this story, than I think most will agree that it defies common sense, ands defines our over-reactive mentality these days.

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Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as:

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Being a writer, I tend to stay away from making pubic commentary about politics. Political views don’t sell novels. Obama, however, infuriates me so totally and with such frequency, I decided to write about at least one of my opinions on him. Barrack Obama is a narcissistic blowhard. Not that I think much of his wife, either, but we’ll stick with one egotistical asshole at a time.

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I recently attended a party in which there were many people I didn't know. After the initial introductions, the first question always seemed to be:  “What do you do for a living?”

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          One of my favorite places to snorkel or dive is the small cove across from the 16-mile marker of Hwy 30 on the northwest side of Maui. The waves lapping upon the black-sanded beach are only ankle high. The ocean surface is pond-like calm. Mazes of coral rise to within a foot or two of the surface, and are teaming with every kind of tropical fish one could hope to find on the islands—including the occasional shark. The location is far enough south from Lahaina that it’s not crowded with tourists, and is only frequented by the locals. In short, it’s the perfect place to set up camp, picnic, and hang out for the day.

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           Dr. Jessica Bana sat comfortably at the cherry table in the enormous kitchen of Sara’s Garden, a sanctuary for abused women and children on the northwest side of Maui. She felt tired after a long day of work, and a bit tipsy from too many beers. While trying to maintain her best poker face, Jesse ran her fingers through her long brunette hair and peeked down with green-brown eyes at her mound of poker chips.

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