Tag Archives: the daily post

Easter vs. Christmas

In today’s world of mass merchandising, big box stores and Al Gore’s Internet putting out the next holiday’s wares before the other one is even over, it begs to question? Which is worse? Easter or Christmas? Let us know… ___________________ Robert Forto is a musher training for his first Iditarod under the Team Ineka banner and the host of the …

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The Daily Post: Dreams

Today’s Daily Post topic: Write about a recurring dream you have All of us have nightmares. Many of us are too afraid to talk about them. Some of these dreams cause insomnia some conger images that we would rather forget. Many say that dreams (and nightmares) are our repressed thoughts and desires of our subconscious. What scares you in your …

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Daily Post: Right to commit suicide?

Today‚Äôs Daily Post topic: Do you think people should have the right to commit suicide? This is a great topic to discuss. You could talk about it on so many levels. Assisted suicide Right to die The Death Penalty The rights of the mentally ill or incapacitated Living wills Hospice Religion Euthanasia Martyrdom and so many more… I remember when …

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Today is National Top Gun Day!

Today is National Top Gun Day. No, I am not making this up… Twenty five years ago today was the day that one of the coolest movies in the history of film hit theaters everywhere! It was Top Gun. I remember I was living in Woodbridge, Virginia, a sleepy bedroom community off the beltway near Washington D.C. It was the …

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The Daily Post: The Story of my Name

The Daily Post topic today is what is the story behind your name Being a child of the 1970s, 1971 to be exact, and my mom and dad being of the flower child generation you would think I would have ended up with a cool name like Moonbeam or something like that. Instead I ended up being named after Dick …

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The power and prestige of a fast food manager

Don’t get me wrong, I have no qualms about how a guy (or gal) earns a buck on the daily grind, but I have always wondered what a person thinks of when his chosen career path is the life of a fast food manager. I doubt too many six year old kids tell their first grade class on career day …

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