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  • To Live Well and Prosper by Donelle M. Knudsen 2/27/2012 10:09:11 AM
    To see a quote from the last paragraph of my blog from August of 2008, read more . . .... more

  • Trains by Dorien Grey 2/27/2012 6:28:16 AM
    One writer's fascination with trains.... more

  • Books I Read by Paul Cuenco 2/26/2012 8:48:17 PM
    Grade six was a significant year for me. It was during this time that I am made aware of things about literature. I know that I can write but writing about what? Most of the prior years were spent declaiming. I know I declaimed “The Charge of the... more

  • Discrimination by Paul Cuenco 2/25/2012 7:57:00 PM
    When I was in college, I was best friends with a Greek and a white lady whose name escaped me now. We enjoyed each other’s company. We were classmates in most of the classes and we would study together, all the time. I was also new to the area for... more

  • Quintessential Jokes by Paul Cuenco 2/24/2012 8:29:16 PM
    Everytime we tell these jokes, we burst into laughter. Ate (big sister) could tell these jokes over and over and never tire of it. I would repeat the jokes and it was renewed laughter. We would tell this jokes on family gatherings, especially when ... more

  • The Catholic Experience by Paul Cuenco 2/23/2012 10:26:14 PM
    I think that I am the only practicing Catholic at Greater Trump. I don’t brag about it. But I sensed that I am the only one declaring that if it’s Sunday, to church I go. Many would talk about travel, politics and economics, for example, but to ta... more

  • Promises, promises by Paul Cuenco 2/22/2012 6:13:50 PM
    Dad, the quintessential playboy, was handsome, dashing and has a great sense of adventure. He loved to travel when traveling was just beginning to be fashionable. Many of his friends and family hadn’t travel that much, in his time. But he afforded... more

  • Life in Rio by Lucille lucil95783@aol.com 2/22/2012 10:06:32 AM
    overseas tales... more

  • Sleepy by Paul Cuenco 2/21/2012 9:24:08 PM
    After Trivia, I decided to go home and sleep early so that the next day, I could wake up at 6-6:30 am for a meeting at 8:00. I got scared once when I woke up at 7:30 am. I called my boss that I am going to be late for work since it was heavy traffi... more

  • Art for Art's Sake by Paul Cuenco 2/20/2012 2:39:16 PM
    Frida Kahlo. I did not see Lauren as Frida Kahlo. Lauren took up that role. She remotely looked like Frida but she performed it quite well; so well that my mom did not realize that when the show had ended, she did not realized that Lauren had alre... more

  • Songs by Dorien Grey 2/20/2012 6:05:56 AM
    On the importance and influence of popular music on us as individuals.... more

  • Mike's Ash Wednesday by Paul Cuenco 2/19/2012 2:27:04 PM
    Many people don’t know what the significance of Ash Wednesday is; and that includes me. Perhaps, I had known about it in my earlier time but in its most recent resurrection, I had forgotten what it truly signifies. I know that it reminds me that we... more

  • Holy by Paul Cuenco 2/18/2012 9:25:01 PM
    Holy If you are a follower of the Christian faith, Ash Wednesday is coming up, then Holy Week and then Easter. It’s about death and resurrection; and then forgiveness. It’s about recalling the hardships one experiences and the redemption f... more

  • Summer Home by Paul Cuenco 2/17/2012 9:37:46 PM
    It was just several months when I bought my condominium in Oakland that I thought of buying a property for investment. I figured that the economy was booming, so why not? Rent it out to a bloke and I will have an income until I can retire. Of cour... more

  • Soaked and thrilled by Lucille lucil95783@aol.com 2/17/2012 10:07:44 AM
    a squishy rehearsal... more

  • Pickpocketed by Paul Cuenco 2/16/2012 10:28:56 PM
    It was a glorious Parisian day. The sky was blue without a drop of rain. I am in my tidiest German outfit: a Bavarian hat, a well-pressed Italian shirt and matching linen shorts with shoes (without socks) to boot. I remembered carrying something w... more

  • Bon Iver Front Man Makes Important Statement by David A. Schwinghammer 2/16/2012 9:59:53 AM
    Justin Vernon seemed reluctant to take the Grammy for "Best New Artist" at the Grammy Awards ceremony because so many talented musicians will never be invited, much less receive one. ... more

  • A Penny for a Drink by Paul Cuenco 2/15/2012 9:12:28 PM
    Drinking was such a pleasurable endeavor. It relaxed the senses. It opened up good conversation (and not so good ones.) And here at Greater Trumps, I am treated like family. The bar maids tell me to go if I needed to as they close the joint. (The... more

  • My Roman Holiday by Paul Cuenco 2/14/2012 11:04:53 PM
    It started of when I was looking for my hotel in the Spanish Steps area of Rome. I met a guy who said that he wanted to go to a disco right at the door to my hotel. I was intrigued by the prospect for throughout my trips to Europe, I realized that ... more

  • Luck and Popularity by Paul Cuenco 2/13/2012 2:32:06 PM
    It’s been years now since Jeremy Li, a star player of the NY Knicks, was playing basketball, according to Russ. He had sub for an injured player and in the last five games had been phenomenal. I really don’t know much about basketball. All I know ... more

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