Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Problem with Angels and Politics

Both Republicans and Democrats will gather in the next couple weeks to nominate their candidate and kickoff the official presidential campaign season. What? You mean it hasn’t really started yet? I’m already up to here with the vicious political advertising, the ranters on … Continue reading

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The Curse of Expectations–Yours, Mine, Ours

The summer Olympic games are already a distant memory. Now that the hoopla has died down, I’ve been thinking about another part of the Olympic experience that never gets much ink. It’s the athletes who went home with crushed expectations and … Continue reading

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