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      I view constructive reviews of one of my books like a mini-critique, a chance to learn. A well-written review, good or bad, is an insight into a reviewer’s experience and knowledge. It might help me improve my skills by highlighting good or bad points in my writing, so why not listen and learn?

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     I endured a very frightening, and frustrating, experience the other night. A virus took over my computer and threatened to destroy about ten years of work. Worse, I allowed the virus onto my computer due to my own curiosity and stupidity. This post is to warn you not to make the same mistake. Do NOT open any emails from USPS.COM!

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     With the rebound of the housing market and low interest rates, many people are thinking about buying a new home and moving. The desire is understandable. Moving into a new house with new neighbors is like starting a new life. I know. I fell for the allure of the adventure myself. But I’m here to warn you. Don’t do it!

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     My father and I were never close. We were extreme opposites, both physically and personality wise. I used to think a drunken stork had left me on the wrong doorstep. Later I realized that fate really was that cruel.

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     A person would have had to be living under a rock to not have read Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park or seen the multiple movies. This 1990 bestseller was obviously based on scientific theory, but the “de-extinction” of species is rapidly proving possible through advancing technologies.

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The May, 2013, National Geographic Magazine has a cute picture of a blue-eyed baby on the cover. The title reads “This Baby Will Live to Be 120.” Intrigued, I read the article “New Clues to a Long Life” by Stephen S. Hall. I found the article interesting but disappointing. As with most medical “miracles,” their advances toward human longevity are so distant my bones will be dust beyond DNA replication before they’re useful.

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      Journalist Scott Travis wrote in the April 9, 2013, Sun Sentinel: “Homicide is far and away the leading cause of death for young black men, more than car accidents, suicide and diseases combined . . .”

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Did you hear about President Obama’s $100 million initiative to map out the human brain’s 100 billion cells and its trillions of nerve connections? It’s called the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies or B.R.A.I.N. for short.

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