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A Blast From The Past (BOOM) PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 06 January 2009 13:02
           
April 19, 1995 was a normal quiet morning in our federal building cafeteria in Aberdeen, South Dakota, when a customer in hushed tones told us about the bombing of the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.   My wife and I were totally stunned!   For the previous sixteen years, I was the editor of their national publication, The Vendorscope, and my wife Dawn served on their board of directors.  


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"I'm Just Blind--Not Stupid!" :( PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 26 January 2009 05:45
"I'm just blind, not stupid!"                                  


That was a sign a totally blind friend of mine put above her hospital bed for all to see.   She was quite frustrated with everyone treating her like a little kid, similar to the old outdated saying of "deaf, dumb, and blind."   You see, she was very intelligent, very sexy, and very independent.   She was the president of the Orlando, Florida Citizen Band (CB) Radio Club, with over 3,000 members.   She actually knew each one by voice, as well as the handles they used.   And, she knew enough about her small town area geography to assist passing truckers to their destinations.   She was that good!   She had one of those sexy southern drawl voices so truckers would frequently call her just to brighten their day.   At one time, she was also the president of the Florida Council of the Blind--a statewide organization.

 


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:) The Lovely, Overly, Aggressive Woman :) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Friday, 30 January 2009 03:31
       
Okay Lord.....here I go again, where angels fear to tread.   I ask You.....whatever happened to "sugar, spice, and everything nice?"   Has it now become Cougars, guise, and teenager vice?   I'm here to tell you, Oh-Lord, your male gender is now finding your female gender a wee bit scary.   Or are You just ribbing us again?   Why.....Eve wouldn't even recognize the weaker sex now.   Well Sir, I'm here to tell you that Your dainty darlings of devious dreams are now the stronger sex.   And I'm not talking about the aromatic air that emanates and permeates from the six inch hair under their European armpits.   Of course, I've researched this by dating, seeing, and smelling them.   And for those of us less traveled, they stink like men!
 

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/ / Raising Cane For The Blind / / PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 20 February 2009 04:11
     
As a former postal employee, and as a former athlete, I was always proud of my teams.   So when I had joined state and national organizations for the blind, I tried to do my best to help whenever and wherever possible.   Having edited a few newsletters for blind organizations, I quickly found out that the blind were still paying postage for almost all of their large-print and cassette publications--nationwide.
 

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They Fought & Died For My Freedoms PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 04 July 2009 16:32


On this July 4th (2009), I am reflecting on my Quaker family during the Revolutionary War--those who didn't "turn the other cheek" and run off to the safety of Canada, as did many.  To differentiate themselves from those family members who chose to follow their Quaker religion and escape the British,
they changed the original spelling of our family name.


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