Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Romantic Football Soldier

Patrick Daniel “Pat” Tillman was a very unique person and quite the romantic. Pat excelled in football through high school and at the University of Arizona. In 1998 the Arizona Cardinals football team drafted him. Though earning only about $500,000 … Continue reading

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An Investment Gone Akward

This week I watched as this person tried to convince another person to invest about $60,000 in this project.¬†They weren’t¬†succeeding. Why? Imagine Larry The Cable Guy trying to convince someone at a black tie dinner to invest $150,000 of his … Continue reading

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Romantic jigsaw puzzle

Here’s a romantic idea for you. Go out and get a small jigsaw puzzle. Put the puzzle together. Now turn it over and write your sweetheart a love message. Take the puzzle back apart and return the pieces to the … Continue reading

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Teaching an old dog new “romantic” tricks

You can’t teach an old dog new tricks. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. Problem is, we can get too comfortable doing things today the way we did yesterday and the day before and the day before. This … Continue reading

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Romantic Andrew Jackson

I’m working my way through the 2005 biography of Andrew Jackson, written by Dr. H.W. Brands. Jackson’s story is fascinating. He was orphaned by age 13, didn’t get much education and had to find his own way in life. Yet … Continue reading

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