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What About This…? 10.1.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano The paralysis we note in our Federal Government is taken by many as an example of the failure of our system to operate.  But, they are wrong.  The often-frustrating inabil­ity of our government to act because ...

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What About This…? 9.24.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano Germany is showing the world how to handle the refugees spilling out of the Middle East, especially Syria.  Germans are bravely facing the many problems such refugees may bring: pressure upon the lowest levels of salaried ...

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What About This…? 9.17.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano You have to be careful when you shop at one of those $1 stores.  What a great idea (and easy on the sales staff) to have everything in the place going for a dollar.  Of course, ...

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What About This…? 9.10.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano When I was in school, part of my training required several courses in statistics.  (I was always the joker who asked, “Will there be any math?”)  I used statistics quite a bit afterward. Statistics can be ...

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What About This…? 9.3.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano When was your last tetanus shot?  I have been told they last about ten years between booster shots, but I have no idea if that is correct.  You never know if information of this type is ...

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What About This…? 8.27.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano What are the two once-most-powerful political / financial figures in the United States of America, now totally irrelevant on the national scene, doing with all that free time?  They are engaged in pursuing the Guinness World ...

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Looking Backward 8.20.2015

25 Years Ago August 16, 1990   Ava Masonic Lodge No. 26 will present Joe Pitts with a 50-year membership jewel on Saturday evening, Aug. 18, at the lodge hall in Ava. With an increased interest in the sport of ...

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What About This…? 8.20.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano I saw a news story on television the other night that snapped up my attention. You know how you some­times gel out in front of the screen and then your short-term memory plays something back to ...

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