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Holiday Memories

22 December, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
  “Almost no one — outside of the infamous one percent — is honestly out of the realm of the possibility that one day they could become homeless.”  – Bruce McTague, Enlightened Conflict   LOS ANGELES — As I spend Christmas with my wife, our youngest daughter and her family in a suburb of this, […] Read more»

Tis The Season For Reflection

24 December, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
With the holiday season comes all manner of good feelings — for valued colleagues, customers, and stakeholders. We send greetings and best wishes for joy and happiness.   Many will take time away from their families later today and on Christmas Day to minister to those in need, the least among us in terms of worldly […] Read more»

Buying Beef In A ‘Dry’ City

27 December, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
TYLER, Texas — A friend who lives in Chicago — originally from Terrell, Texas — just texted me as she was passing through “lovely Mesquite” … as a passenger, not the driver.  She and her husband are in the state for the Christmas holiday, visiting relatives and friends. For some reason — perhaps Christmas season […] Read more»