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George F. Will - This Thanksgiving, ample servings of amusement, missed deeds

George F. Will
This Thanksgiving, ample servings of amusement
Nov 22, 2018
WASHINGTON -- Never one to use a scalpel when there is a machete at hand, the president denounced the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, a dunderheaded move but a reason for giving thanks today because it elicited from Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., 2018's most exquisitely mixed metaphor: "He shot from the hip with a sledgehammer instead of using a scalpel." Sifting this year's other detritus, let us also be thankful for the following amusements:

Finding fresh reasons for indignation is a challenge in fury-saturated America, but Halsey, a singer, rose to it, saying that hotels' "white people shampoo" furthers the "disenfranchisement" of people of color. A Dutch man, 69, noting that advanced thinkers think gender fluidity is real, wondered why not age, too, and demanded that all records of his birthdate be revised to say he is 49 because that is how he "feels." To Abelard and Heloise, and Romeo and Juliet, add another torrid romance, that of Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump, the latter saying of the former, "He wrote me beautiful letters and we fell in love." Listening to testimony she disbelieved, Rep. Anna Eshoo, D., Calif., responded, "I may be elected but I'm not a fool."

Under Utah's "free-range" parenting law, parents need not fear being sentenced to parenting classes if they allow their children to go alone to buy bread at the corner market. The California professor who said of Barbara Bush, "I'm happy the witch is dead," and said Bush was a racist who raised a war criminal, also said she, the professor, could not be fired because she has tenure in her $100,000 job instructing California's young. Yale's ban on pets in dorms was bent to accommodate "emotional support animals," which are needed when Yalies are micro-aggressed by culture-appropriating Halloween costumes. Frontier Airlines found the limits of its patience, disembarking a woman and her emotional-support squirrel.

By the grace of their government, and over the objections of some worry warts, Oregonians in some rural counties got permission to pump their own gas. Combating occupational-licensing lunacy, Missouri said hair braiders could skip the mandatory 1,500 hours of training and instead watch a video. North Carolina had second thoughts about the 12-count criminal indictment against Tammie Hedges for practicing veterinary medicine without a license when, during Hurricane Florence, she offered shelter and first aid to pets left behind by their evacuating owners. Praise the Lord and pass the scissors: When Nike used national anthem-kneeler Colin Kaepernick in ads, an Alabama pastor received a standing ovation from his congregants when he shredded Nike merchandise. In another sign of contemporary religious courage, at a Maryland clinic providing late-term abortions, four Christian pastors and a rabbi gathered not to protest but to bless those who dismember babies: "May they always know that all that they do is for Thy glory."

First things first: San Francisco, where feces of the homeless soil the streets, banned the sale of fur and mandated that 30 percent of public art featuring nonfictional people depict women. New York's Legislature banned police officers from having sex with people in custody. A mystery: Young Americans were found to be having less sex. Mystery partially solved? One in four Americans said they are "almost constantly" online. It was reported that in the first six months of last year pedestrian deaths in traffic declined, except in states that have legalized recreational marijuana. Pedestrian deaths nationally are significantly higher than a decade ago, perhaps because drivers and pedestrians are digitally distracted: The number of smartphones in use tripled between 2010 and 2016.

Anything we can do they can do bigger: Eclipsing its previous record of $25.3 billion in sales in a 24-hour period, the Chinese internet company Alibaba sold $1 billion worth of stuff in the first 85 seconds and $30.8 billion during the day. Scientists said that they were almost certain that bones found on a Pacific island in 1940 were those of aviatrix Amelia Earhart, who disappeared in 1937 while attempting to circumnavigate the globe. The government revised the official death toll from last year's Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. It was 2,975, not 64. Awarding him the Medal of Freedom, the White House said that Babe Ruth, of the Red Sox, Yankees and, for 28 games, the Braves, played for four teams. Close enough for government work. Aretha Franklin, dead at 76, was shown R-E-S-P-E-C-T by the president, in his fashion: "I knew her well. She worked for me."

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George Will's email address is georgewill@washpost.com.

(c) 2018, Washington Post Writers Group


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Grandparent - Keeping in contact #18 - 20150916 - penny for your thoughts

Keeping up with grandchildren
Last week, would you have felt any different if the story’s subject was a 10-year-old girl instead of a boy?

Was it more about judgment or inspiration?

Are you curious about tipping and would you like to know more about it?
http://www.tippingresearch.com/uploads/TipAveJASP.pdf


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Several years ago, my friend and her husband were invited to spend the weekend at his employer’s home. My friend, Arlene, was nervous about the weekend. The boss had a fine home on the waterway, and cars which cost more than her house.

The first day and evening went well. Arlene was delighted to have this rare glimpse into how the very wealthy live. The husband’s employer was quite a generous host, and took them to the finest restaurants.

Arlene knew she would never have the opportunity to indulge in this kind of extravagance again, so she enjoyed herself immensely.

As the three were about to enter an exclusive restaurant, the boss walked slightly ahead of Arlene and her husband. He stopped suddenly, looking at the sidewalk for what seemed like a very long time.

Arlene wondered if she was supposed to pass him. There was nothing there except a single dingy penny someone had dropped, and a few cigarette butts.

Silently, he reached down and picked up the penny.

He held it up, smiled, then put it in his pocket as if he had found some great treasure.

How absurd! What need did he have for a single penny?

Why would he even take time pick it up?

Throughout dinner, the entire scene nagged at her. Finally, she could stand it no longer. She causally mentioned her daughter once had a coin collection, and asked if that particular penny had some value.

A smile crept across his face as he reached into his pocket for the penny and held it out for her to see. She’d seen many pennies before! What was his point?

“Look at it,” he said. “Read what it says.”

She read, “United States of America.”

“No, not that; read further.”

“One cent?”

“No, keep reading.”

“In God we Trust?”

“Yes!”

“And?”

“And if I trust in God, the name of God is holy, even on a coin. Whenever I find a coin, I notice its inscription. It’s written on every single United States coin, but we never seem to see it! God drops a message right in front of me telling me to trust Him? Who am I to pass it by? When I see a coin, I pray. I stop to see if my trust IS in God at that moment. I pick the coin up as a response to God; do I really trust in Him. For a short time, at least, I cherish it as if it were gold. I think it’s God’s way to start a conversation with me. God is patient, and, pennies are plentiful!

When I was out shopping today, I found a penny on the sidewalk. I stopped to pick it up and realized I had been worrying and fretting in my mind about things I cannot change. I read those words, “In God We Trust,” and had to laugh. Yes, God, I get the message.

It seems I have been finding an inordinate number of pennies in the last few months, but then, pennies are plentiful!

And God is patient...

(Unfortunately I do not know the source of this story. If you know please email me so that I can acknowledge.) Source at this link:
http://www.frtommylane.com/stories/trust/in_God_we_trust.htm

Here’s another lesson gleaned from the lowly penny, which is now mostly worthless to the point the US Mint wants to scrap making them. It claims making them costs more than twice their value. Canada already has stopped.
Link:
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/03/canada-to-stop-making-pennies/

But if you come across a rare, uncirculated “wheat penny” it may be worth $300,000.
Link:
http://coins.about.com/od/Lincoln-Penny/tp/Lincoln-Wheat-Penny-Key-Dates-Rarities-and-Varieties.htm

But here’s the real lesson...Economics 101.
Incremental change never seems to be a problem because it’s disguised as insignificant. Indiana celebrates its 200th birthday in 2016. Our country from 1776 to today is only 240 years. The penny’s value has become worthless to most folks within just the last 30 or 40. What do you suppose happens when our 100 year old bridges need repair, that cost now adjusted for safe maintenance leaves 2,000 in Indiana neglected, unsafe. Unsafe, each bridge is as worthless as that penny, or worse, dangerous.

The penny post card provided card and stamp when I was young. Postage alone is now 35 cents with no card. Minimum wage increase is no different, regardless of attempted justifications and claims much the same as cost of living increases.

If you want to carry what may be the least intrusive talisman (look it up), consider the penny, what it says.

So keep in mind, when those who appear to be your friends try to encourage you to try something which seems innocent (like smoking*) and not really very risky, your first step may only be halfway across the chasm.

*I think I was a first grader when Joan, Jimmie Fowler, our neighbor, and I, were caught smoking in the backyard shed across the alley. There is a longer version I won’t bore you with.


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Angelita Nixon   304 757-9006
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    Angy Nixon, Certified Nurse-Midwife   Email:   ANmidwife@netzero.net   Ref:   LaSalle, Robert  
 
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Adams: "In my many years, I have come to a conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm, and three or more is a Congress."

~ John Adams  
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Trademark - Indiana Expiration date 7/15/2020

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Trademark: US OPEN PICKLEBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS; US OPEN PICKLEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Owner: DON M. NIXON II
Description: THE LETTER "O" MAY FEATURE A GRAPHIC OF THE BALL USED IN COMPETITIONS

Nov 12 -- 2017
Responding to your request:

If you want to know the first use of the domain and name used for my Indiana trademark, it was Jan 3, 2011 in a personal conversation and follow up correspondence with the French Lick hotel’s Dyan Duncan, Public Relations Manager.

I also visited and corresponded with Ginger Riley, the store manager for Disinger Jewelry, regarding tournament trophy specifications. Disinger's is one of the hotel’s longtime retail tenants.

~ French Lick Resort ~ www.frenchlick.com
Store Location 1: 3770 N. Newton St. | Jasper, IN 47546 | Toll Free: 1-888-DISINGER | Tel: (812) 482-4833 Bob Disinger, owner



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US Open Projects: history - 1954

Indiana High School Basketball - glory days single class boys tournament

Career beginning: providing sectional scores for the Peru Daily Tribune: 1954
Miami County - Bunker Hill, Chili, Converse, Deedsville, Mexico, Twelve Mile

Even the smallest schools had a place in the event and a chance to win it all. First step were the sectionals, which fed into the regionals, the semi-state, state finals (final four)

I always wondered why there was so much enthusiasm for local teams, particularly those with no chance to advance. Losing so often would be a significant discouragement but that wasn’t the way it worked. Although every round, half the participants were losers, also the same number were winners and winners at the lowest level were proud to have a notch on their belt and the losers would look forward to trying to figure out how to get on that same page.

So there was significant motivation to be hopeful for this year and next and try to figure out how to be better as a team, with all the surrounding efforts.

In that decade, high school football and basketball dominated small and big Indiana towns because there was live local radio broadcasting the events, and many fans were faithful going to home games each Friday night. Players were always interested in who had their picture in the "paper" and usually weekend shopping was done on Saturday since many stores were not open Sundays.


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