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Man's search for Cabagery

An exempt from my new book, Man’s search for Cabagery. The movie, The Wizard of Oz, debuted in 1938. It was the first motion picture to be seen in color. The scenes in Kansas were done in sepia tones while the land of Oz was in full spectrum color. The goal was to contrast the rugged life in the mid-west with the glory of Oz. Dorothy, the protagonist, was convinced that somewhere over the rainbow was a land that would fulfill her greatest dreams. She longed to be free from the drudgery of life on a Kansas farm. So, with Toto in hand, she was lifted up by a tornado only to discover in the end that there is no place like home. But is there a place better than our present home? All we know is t

Parenting for the Brave

Abraham Lincoln once said, “if you caught a fish for a man then you will feed him for a day, but if you teach him to fish, he will feed himself for a lifetime.” A day is coming, sooner than you think, that you will say adios to your children and watch them waddle off into the sunset. Unless, of course, you plan on storing them away in your basement and shoveling tacos to them every Tuesday. In that case you won’t like what I am about to suggest. For you brave souls that are serious about ridding yourselves of those little money pits that eat you out of house and home, and torment your pets, I will now drop some nuggets of wisdom into your thought processes. I am growing older, but I am not

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