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#SOL19 – Day 19 – Watching Panic

Yesterday, I got my┬ástate retirement statement in the mail, and it showed I have worked at my job for 19.5 years. #damn I remember the interview well as I had two that were around 90 miles away from each other.... Continue Reading →

If You Can Be Anything, Be Nice #SOL19

It's been a week to gather so many slice ideas! I could write about the fact that 29 voters in Northeast Iowa, by no fault of their own, had their ballots thrown out on a technicality┬álast night by a Republican... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts: Believe in the Best

A fine good morning (or afternoon or evening, depending on your time zone). Today, I'm all out of sorts. First, I forgot to schedule pictures for our club team. Not that it was a huge deal, but "all the other... Continue Reading →

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