Friday, June 23, 2017

When Words Won't Do

The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution forbids censorship, but the U.S. Government, Media Networks and their sponsors often censor.

To find out why, I met with Mark Kissoff, head of Standards & Practices, the censorship arm of a major Media Network.

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Friday, June 16, 2017

The Old West's Oddest Gunslinger

Irving the Kid, as he was known, wore a holster with a pearl handled Colt 45, which hung low on his right hip.

Whenever a gunfighter would challenge him, Irving would calmly look the man in the eye and say for all to hear:

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Friday, June 9, 2017

Living In A Better Time

"I'm sick of the news," said Hal in frustration. "It's always bad. I wish I could live in a better time like my grandparents did."

The next morning, Hal awoke to find himself in a strange place. It was in his same apartment but in the year 1945.

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Friday, June 2, 2017

The Value Of Money

Alice was widely known as the cheapest person in her town.

She hung on to every penny she earned, spending only what she had to, and then invested all those savings and made an incredible fortune.

But never did she spend money for her own benefit or for the benefit of others.

Now, at the age of 90, as she laid in her death bed, an Angel appeared.

"Alice," the Angel said, "What are you going to do with all that money? You have no heirs, and you can't take the money with you."

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Friday, May 26, 2017

The Youngest Major League Baseball Player

12 - year old Corben had had a difficult life. He and his mother lived alone in a modest home since his father died three years ago.

Corben had no friends, and being short and uncoordinated, he was an easy target for bullies, who often roughed him up and knocked his glasses off.

But Corben loved baseball, and in his fantasy world, pictured himself playing 2nd base for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

One day while he was in tears after the bullies knocked him around, his Guardian Angel appeared.

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Friday, May 19, 2017

Dickie Do

There was a little boy people called Dickie Do, for he tried as hard as he could to do what others told him to do.

But their direction didn't make Dickie Do very happy, especially as he learned that they often didn't follow their own advice.

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Friday, May 12, 2017

Meaningful Relationships

As 75-year-old William laid in his death bed, his only visitors were the hospital staff.

His ex-wife didn't come, nor did his two daughters and his grandchildren. Even people he thought were his friends didn't come.

"How could this be," he thought to himself. "I was such an important person, a CEO."

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