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You are expendable

At 19 years old, the Army deployed me and I stood in formation when my Battalion Commander informed us all we were expendable. He let us know he could submit a piece of paper to replace us should anything happen…. Continue Reading →

Take me to your leader

My wife is great in so many ways, her love of science fiction isn’t one of her great points. What is a science fiction movie? It all depends but usually there is a alien that says, “Take me to your… Continue Reading →

Did you ever know that you are my hero?

Did you ever know that you are my hero and everything I would like to be? begins the chorus to the song Bette Midler made famous in the late 80’s. She goes on to sing that she “can fly higher… Continue Reading →

You killed my pet and then you ate it. Thank you.

Food is culturally defined. There is not a firm list of what we eat or how we prepare it. Japanese cuisine is famous for eating raw fish. My family made Hamburger Helper at least once a week growing up. One… Continue Reading →

In this post, I’d like to tell you about the difficulty and depression associated with learning another language. Language school is a horrible time. There is nothing like leaving your home country and learning a new language. If you have… Continue Reading →

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