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Open Heart

We find ourselves in another friday in which I have delayed writing my required weekly post. So in lieu of an attempt at relevant social commentary with more than a healthy amount of sarcasm, I offer you another movie. Open Heart is up for an Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject. I am guessing you will not […]

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A Few Of My Favorite Things

  I always appreciate it when people share with me things that they are enjoying in their own lives. That thought is the inspiration for this post, and probably others to come. These are things that are blowing my mind at the moment, making me dance and sing in flowery fields. Tell me what you […]

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Places To See Before I Die

Josh’s sports bucket list inspired me to create a bucket list of my own.  However, instead of a sports list I decided that I would come up with a list of places that I would like to travel to before I shuffle off this mortal coil.  I went with physical locations as opposed to events, […]

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Saturday Morning News October 20th, 2012

Former Sen. Arlen Specter dies at age 82 Top political memes of the 2012 race Artist turns trash into Halloween wonder The Third-Party Factor: Will 2012 Look Like 2000? A Tax Plan That Economists Love (And Politicians Hate)  Charles Blow: Blunders and Binders Inequality and the world economyTrue Progressivism Citi loses its boss: A big […]

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Marshmallow Wars: Why Good Intentions Are Not Enough

Author’s Note: By now you have surely noticed that each writer at TTAF has his own style of writing, You have also most likely noticed that each writer has a “go to” topic for posts.  A “go to” topic is one that a writer addresses often.  My go to topic thus far has been my […]

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Saturday Morning News

Moldy matters: How wasted food is destroying the environment Jobs Report And Politics: The Monthly Spin Cycle DR Congo troops ‘flee into Uganda’ after rebel clashes Andy Griffith died of heart attack, death certificate says Wish You Were Here: City Kayaking In Seattle UN Syria mission should be reduced, Ban Ki-moon says We Are Failing […]

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Saturday Morning News: May 19th, 2012

Can Coffee Help You Live Longer?  We Really Want To Know The Last Horse Drive Good News From Africa More Breweries.  Less Beer. J.P. Morgan’s trading mistakes: A billion here, a billion there U.S. Craft Beer Brewers Thrive, Despite Small Share of the Market Maurice Sendak Scared Children Because He Loved Them Chelsea’s Frank Lampard […]

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