Monthly Archives: October 2012

What I Learned This Week: October 26

Positive is better than negative. Last week was too negative, so I made an effort to change that. I fussed about my journal being troublesome. I talked here about having no purpose. Monday, I decided to wake up on the … Continue reading

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What I Learned This Week: October 19

My cousin rocks. We ran the Trails for Tails 5K on Saturday. Suzanne had run an organized race and I had never done a trail race (actually really enjoyed it compared to road races). But she had been wanting to … Continue reading

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What I Learned This Week: October 12

The Vice President debate last night was a much more entertaining, engaging discussion than last week’s Presidential debate. Martha Raddatz did an excellent job maintaining control of the topics, answers, and timing. I thought Joe Biden was condescending by snickering … Continue reading

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What I Learned This Week: October 5

Jim Lehrer was a terrible moderator for the first Presidential Debate in Denver, CO. He had absolutely no control over the candidates, conversation, or time limits. At one point he blatantly asked Mitt Romney “Do you have a question you’d … Continue reading

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