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It has been a long time getting myself back into the saddle of writing again. I was ruing out of ideas and passion to write about them. I have been reviewing and working on making The Creek Road Podcast a better community. I am going to make a few changes so that I can offer you the best content I can provide. Your time is precious and limited and I am grateful for every second you share with me here.
I am cutting back the Number of Post’s I am going to write each week. Less quantity High Quality. Continue reading →
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Today On my Way to one of the Schools I support. I was surprised to see in the road A Turtle. Now seeing Box Turtles in the road is not that uncommon in May or July. Unfortunately it is all too common to see the ever present Box Turtle Crushed on the road. But this wasn’t a Box Turtle. To be honest I didn’t know what kind of turtle it was. As normal I stopped and moved the turtle out of the road and take a few pictures. Continue reading →
Coffee to some it is the only way to start the day. The smell the taste some people like it Black and Strong. Others Like it weak. I love it with Full Cream and Sugar. I know that as I grew up I have seen the technology for brewing coffee in the home change from the ever present stove top percolator to the contraptions of today. That make single serving cups of coffee. Continue reading →
Atlas Shrugged a novel written in 1957 by Ayn Rand.
I read Atlas Shrugged in audible format after hearing Fellow podcasters Adam Curry and John C. Dorak banter back and forth about the book. John hates the book and Adam loved it. I have to admit that I love the book Atlas Shrugged. It is set in a dystopian United States, where many of society’s most prominent and successful industrialists abandon their fortunes and the nation itself, in response to aggressive new regulations, Put in place by an ever encroaching government trying to control more and more of people’s lives. Government regulations, Political Correctness, and an ever growing social welfare state. Make it so that if you want to run business or create something you have to play by the rules of government. If you don’t play by their rules. The government just keeps creating rules and regulations to make it harder and harder to do your business. Continue reading →
Origins of Valentine’s Day: A Pagan Festival in February
While some believe that Valentine’s Day is celebrated in the middle of February to commemorate the anniversary of Valentine’s death or burial–which probably occurred around A.D. 270–others claim that the Christian church may have decided to place St. Valentine’s feast day in the middle of February in an effort to “Christianize” the pagan celebration of Lupercalia. Celebrated at the ides of February, or February 15, Lupercalia was a fertility festival dedicated to Faunus, the Roman god of agriculture, as well as to the Roman founders Romulus and Remus. Continue reading →