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3 years ago

The Simple Joy of a Smile (or several): Part II

Joel Anderson · Another captured moment/series of moments. Just like before this post is a simple reflection of those "snap shots in time highlighting the simple and sometimes small things in life that make one smile.” · Over the past week, my wife and I watched our niece Laura while her parent ...

4 years ago

Lines in the Sand: Part IV Outlasting Excellence Robert D. "Bob" Anderson

Joel Anderson · “The greatest use of a life is to spend it on something that will outlast it.” · --William James · “Every job is a self-portrait of the person who did it. Autograph your work with excellence.” · --Betty M. Nelson · For those of you who read the original Lines in the Sand and ...

5 years ago

Lines in the Sand: Part II

Joel Anderson ·   · Last night in a hospital room with my father, while he slept, my grown and very smart daughter and I somehow embarked on a discussion about things coming up and looming in our future. The focus was on my father, but as we watched him sleep she asked me a question about some o ...

5 years ago

Rage Against the Machine: Part II

Randy Keho · This is the second in a four-part series of buzzes that recounts my experiences as a maverick manager working within the constraints of corporate America. You'll laugh, you'll cry and, perhaps, get an idea of how the country ended up with throngs of voters backing Donald Trump fo ...

5 years ago

U.S. First Division Musuem at Cantigny: Part II

Randy Keho · My favorite exhibit at the Museum at Cantigny is Tank Park, which surrounds the museum and features tanks from WWI to the present. I'm drawn to it because my father served in the tank corp. during WWII, following Gen. George Patton through Belgium and into Germany. Unfortunately, ...

5 years ago

An Armed Robbery, Psychological Trauma, and My Daughter: Part II

Randy Keho · The apparently uncontrollable rise in the seemingly senseless violence in the United States is directly related to economics. It's not guns. It's not race.They're a hideous manifestation of the problem, but they are not the cause. · There, I've presented my opinion. Accept it, di ...

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