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Thought I'd post a little story about organizational mission and change. This is why strategic plans are so important.
20 Jan 2008
Paul Nichols 
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This is pretty depressing.

13 Dec 2008
Paul Nichols 
Here's another article from the heartland. A couple of would be robbers need to go back to robbery school.
27 Sep 2007
Paul Nichols 
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A casino in the heartland allowed underaged persons to gamble. I wonder what punishment the underaged persons got?
26 Sep 2007
Paul Nichols 
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It's tough to sum up what's not there. This article is the article that shouldn't be.
05 Jul 2007
Paul Nichols 
Lip Balm - 2 Cents
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Yahoo "pick of the week" article on lip balm addiction. They are so behind the breaking news.
19 Jun 2007
Mark Nichols 
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This time the audition experience is from reader Bill Gage. Obviously he deserves to get on the show since he uses the word "wag" in this article. It sounds British, and thus, insanely intelligent.
01 Jun 2007
Mark Nichols 
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Some might call this agency. Whatever you want to call it, I've got a pretty good rambling article on it right here. You can choose to read it... or not.
05 May 2007
Mark Nichols 
New Words - 5 Cents
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I was listening to a book on CD this past weekend and the guy used the word solecism...I had to look it up. Of course, I missspeelt it so I also got to learn some other words courtesy of Merriam Webster. I do this at the risk of being sciolistic.
18 Apr 2007
Paul Nichols 
Imus - 2 Cents
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Interesting about that Imus radio guy. I had never even heard of him until some presidential hopefuls went on his show recently.

He used very insulting language in regards to the players on the Rutgers' basketball team, which is of course despicable. There is justifiably an outcry and eagerness to punish him for what he said. But where are all those free speech advocates lining up to protect his right to say whatever he wants? Someone's gotta be speaking out on his behalf, right? Or are most free speech advocates just selective of the free speech they support? If I were a freelancer, I'd hunt down those die-hard free speech supporters who back his right to say what he wants and make a buck or two selling their story on why they're so much more committed to their cause than others.
11 Apr 2007
Mark Nichols 

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