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Scary Times

Saturday, October 29th, 2011
BOO!  IT’S GETTING SCARY OUT THERE! As I am writing this, there are “Occupy” protests going on in numerous cities throughout the United States.  One of the gripes of the protestors is the lack of jobs that are available.  The protesters remind me of Linus in It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.  Instead of going trick-or-treating with his… Read More

Staples & iPhone Icons

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011
Earlier this month, I walked into my office and picked up a five-page document that had been placed in my inbox by one of my employees.  The pages were stapled together and the first thing I noticed was that only one end of the staple had gone through the stack of papers, while the other… Read More

iPads, iTunes & iHaters

Saturday, October 15th, 2011
When I was a freshman in college, I shared an apartment with a student who was a junior at the same college I was attending.  His name was Dale. Dale and I were opposites in a lot of ways.  I was a more serious student than he was.  I majored in Accounting and he majored in Parks and Recreation. Dale was a tall, good looking, charming guy who liked playing around.  He attracted… Read More

The Perfect Family

Saturday, October 8th, 2011
It all started when my wife got pregnant within a month after we were married.  What I mean by “it all started” were the questions we got from friends, relatives, and even strangers.  Questions like: “Was it an accident?” or “Why didn't you wait a few years before having your first child?” or “How long have you been married?”  Then of course there was the 2-part question.  First… Read More

The Tavern Owners Club

Saturday, October 1st, 2011
Did you know that at one time Peoria was known as the “Whiskey Capital” of Illinois?  According to a article written by Jerry Klein, between 1837 and 1919, there were 24 breweries and 73 distilleries in Peoria.  In another publication, “A Brief History of Peoria,” published by C.A. Cockle in 1896, it was noted that out of all of the breweries in Peoria,… Read More