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Dick Clark will always be “America’s Oldest Teenager”

Published on April 19, 2012 by in Life

I went through a lot of emotions this afternoon after I heard that Dick Clark had died of a heart attack. He was 82, but he will always be remembered as “America’s Oldest Teenager.” I never was a fan of “American Bandstand” in the sense

 
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Verdict’s still out on jury duty

I pulled the letter from the mailbox and immediately started to panic. The only words I saw on the envelope were my name and “CADDO PARISH SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT.” Oh no, did I get one of those secret camera tickets for running a yellow light? It’s

 
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My open letter to the running industry

Dear maker of running shoes/apparel/equipment: Thank you for all you do to make running fun and enjoyable. Without all of your latest barefoot-running technology, we would all be out there running, well, barefoot. I do have a bone to pick with you, however. When it

 
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Here’s to you, Thomas Robinson

This is my public thank you to Thomas Robinson. Thank you for adding your contribution this year to the Kansas Jayhawk basketball legacy. Robinson, a junior forward, averaged a double-double this year and led the Jayhawks to the National Championship game. First runner up when

 
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