Monthly Archives: August 2009

America is Waking Up and Liberals Are Scared

If you follow this blog, you’ll know that I’m not scared to share my opinion on something, but I rarely go all out. However, when I feel I have to, I will. This is one of those times. You can … Continue reading

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Book Review: Deadlock by Al and Joanna Lacy

The Zarbo brothers are seasoned outlaws with a reputation for killing. Already wanted in two states, they set their sights on Colorado and a string of bank robberies. They don’t count on running into Chief U.S. Marshal John Brockman. John … Continue reading

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Book Review: Meltdown by Chuck Holton

If you love techie, adventure, military, guy movies or books, Meltdown is for you. From the very beginning, this book is full of adventure. With adrenaline pouring out of the pages, Meltdown seeks to take the reader on an adventure … Continue reading

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Cycling Devotion: Follow My Example

When I first started riding a bike rather seriously, I was lucky enough that a local bike shop owner kind of took me under his wing. Not that I was any different than anyone else, he just knew that if … Continue reading

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I Exercise More Than Ever, But I’m Not Losing Weight

Just the other day, Saturday to be exact, a friend and I had a discussion about exercising and weight loss. It went something like this: Me: Dude, check this out. I’ve been riding this bike for a couple of years … Continue reading

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Cycling Devotion: It’s The Simple Things

When I leave from the house, whether I do an hour ride or a 3 hour ride, I always have this annoying, horribly rough, 1 1/2 mile road that leads up to my house. This road shakes my bike and … Continue reading

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