The Sun~Chronicles’ Weekly Digest – Featuring “Born in the U.S.A”

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TWWTW: That Was the Week That Was in America

 

In the North American Wild West . . .

 

Dateline: Kennewick, Washington

Investigators are involved after a mower operator ran over a human body.

 

Dateline: Beeville, Texas

Police responded to a report of a snake coming out of a resident’s toilet.

 

Dateline: St. George, Utah

The Mormon motorcycle club – The Temple Riders – is celebrating its 30th anniversary. No details of what kind of shindig they will have.

 

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Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

 

Dateline: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Four peacocks escaped from the city zoo and caused a major traffic jam on I-76.

 

Dateline: Trenton, New Jersey

Former Governor Chris Christie opened up a new law firm. It is unclear what type of law he will be practicing.

Dateline: Trenton, New Jersey

President Trump finally declared the state a disaster area after storms during March 6 and 7 resulted in property damages of more than $20 million.

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Dateline: Palisades Park, New Jersey

Mayor Rotundo apologized for his mother’s racist Facebook post about Koreans.

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In the American Heartland . . .

 

Dateline: Kokomo, Indiana

Two children in the care of a 21-year-old woman tested positive for meth and THC and her infant was found severely malnourished.

 

Dateline: Trenton, New Jersey

July 27-29, 2018, has been set as the state’s “tax-free” holiday.

 

Dateline: Tupelo, Mississippi

19-year-old Nick Perkins won the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Competition and will represent the town at The Graceland event.

 

Dateline: Biloxi, Mississippi

Fish and game officials will not reopen the speckled trout season because catches reported by fishermen during the first part of the season sound fishy.

 

Dateline: Birmingham, Alabama

Deceased gubernatorial candidate Michael McAllister won more than 3,000 votes.

 

Dateline: Minneapolis, Minnesota

The state’s suicide crisis hotline is preparing to die at the end of June.

 

Dateline: Columbus, Ohio

The state cancelled a planned $1.1 billion Medicaid cut to hospitals.

 

Dateline: Box Elder, South Dakota

Fire investigators concluded that May’s fire that destroyed the Ultramax Ammunition Plant was started by accident.

 

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Elsewhere in the United State of America . . .

 

Dateline: Long Island, New York

 

American Dustin Johnson after shooting rounds of 67 and 69 (4 under-par) leads the United States (golf) Open after 36 holes. Americans Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth, Bubba Watson, Matt Kuchar, Kevin Kisner, Spanyard Sergio Garcia, and Brit Rory McIlroy failed to make the cut. The 72-hole championship is due to conclude on Fathers’ Day.

 

 

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPNl1Dn_u0U

 

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World War Three? Who, What, When, Y?

Even the Queen of the U.K., for the first time since the ‘Cold War’ in 1983, is thinking that World War III can begin tonight.

If we take her royal highness’ word for it, we can hold our collective breath, prepare, ignore, or do something about it.

What will it be?

Excuse me, I am going to take a pill . . .

Focus, Direct Attention Domestically and with North America

Dailey Status:

this is what I formally communicated today and

posted on-line . . .

I used to be a Dem and Rep, myself. I’ve spoken with the WH twice this afternoon (WH Press Office) I am trying to make peace with a focus on North America – I believe Stormy and Syrian news items should take low priority – we , the US, needs to direct more attention domestically and with the Country of Cuba; consider the US Monroe Doctrine!

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In the North American Wild West . . .

 

Dateline: Grand Junction, Colorado

 

Someone claimed they started a recent out-of-control fire while working on a lawn mower tire. No word on why they may have used it as fuel for a bonfire nor who they voted for in the last national election.

 

Dateline: Boise, Idaho

 

A second firearm company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in seven days. Boise Gun Company was shot by recent political and legal challenges about gun control and violence involving the death of American children.

 

 

Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

 

Dateline: Charlotte, North Carolina

 

The city entered a bid to host the 2020 Republican National Convention. There is already contention of how to mark the toilet room doors.

 

 

Dateline: Durham, New Hampshire

 

James Dean, Jr. – no relation to Jimmy Dean Sausage or legendary actor James Dean – is the new president of the University of New Hampshire. No word yet how he will respond to an NCAA basketball probe or how he will use this post as a stepping-stone to run for the presidency of the USA.

 

 

Dateline: Alamonte Springs, Florida

 

Police say a woman sprayed gasoline on her ex-boyfriend and set him on fire during an Easter dinner. Authorities did not reveal why the man accepted her dinner invitation and what provoked both of them to want to go to hell.

 

 

Dateline: Richmond, Virginia

 

Governor Ralph signed legislation raising the threshold for felony thefts from $200 to $500. The Governor’s Office failed to comment why he wishes to encourage violations of the Seventh Commandment nor what thief he was trying to get released from prison without pardoning.

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In the American Heartland . . .

 

Dateline: Wichita, Kansas

 

The state recorded its lowest number of abortions in 30 years. The report in the Wichita Eagle did not include information of what became of Planned Parenthood locations nor if this was due to a reduction in teenage sexual activity.

 

 

Dateline: Beatrice, Nebraska

 

A man robbed a bank so that he could receive medical treatment from the state prison system. Authorities were dumbfounded whether he was looking for a sex-change operation or why he could not find a gun to take into the bank.

 

 

Dateline: Egg Harbor, Wisconsin

 

The Alpine Resort, Gun, and Golf Course, which has been family-owned for more than 95 years, is on the market. The family would not respond to inquiries as to what Chinese family from Red China they will sell.

 

 

Elsewhere in the United State of America . . .

 

University of Notre Dame fans are celebrating

both a men’s and woman’s NCAA National Championship!

 

Their basketball team finished 34-3 this season after defeating previously undefeated U. Conn Huskies and once-beaten Mississippi State Bulldogs last weekend in the 2018 Final Four. It was head coach Muffet McGraw’s second title and 800th career victory.

 

The men’s hockey team won two at the 2018 Frozen Four – winning games versus the Michigan Wolverines and University of Minnesota at Duluth Bulldogs. That earned the hockey program N.D.’s first national championship in history.

 

As with the dramatic last second winning baskets, the hockey team scored with 3.5 seconds remaining in the Michigan game and rallied from a 2-0 deficit versus the Minnesota team during the Frozen Four played in St. Paul, Minnesota

 

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Finding Your Creative Genius

 

Creativity, channeling energy, and connectivity of separate technologies are essential cognitive qualities, which scientific studies have revealed that geniuses, award winners, and great fine artists possess. Another key attribute is that superb individuals apply their curiosity of their environment.

 

Not everyone can achieve the greatness of Mozart, Einstein, Shakespeare, nor Matisse but start being more curious of the world around yourself and you may be amazed with the results. Creativity, discovery, and invention is not solely based on IQ.

 

Great accomplishments have occurred when engineers, scientists, musicians, and painters have somehow linked two realities from different technologies. Imagination is a key. Simpler minds can be vulnerable to physical or mental distractions or unrelated facts. Another key to unlock new directions in most any field of endeavor is channeling energy with focus.

 

This focus is analogous to a wise manager budgeting resources effectively in order to address multiple needs, facilitate issue resolution, and solve problems.

 

Musicians often refer to harmony. With creativity, we can perceive a harmonic connection of dispersant ideas.

 

In addition to meditation, one technique I have used is to feel every bodily sense – sight, sound, smell, touch, proprioception, and taste. Think of what qualities each sense gives your brain and combine the sensations and cognitive feelings.

 

Your ultimate success will depend upon how you apply knowledge, work hard, display perseverance, and become – if you aren’t already – passionate about your field of work.

 

If you do not believe this, just take a look at savants with a diagnosed mental illness. Their abilities in specific areas are outstanding. One set of examples are those known as calendar savants. Savants can display unreal behaviors without collaboration with other masterminds.

 

For your information, these ideas are not just proven theories. Investigate real-life examples and study the following resources:

  • Biographies of recognized geniuses
  • The Theory of Everything
  • The evolution of biotechnology’s CRISPR
  • The organization “Bring Change 2 Mind”
  • The field of Architecture
  • Hypotheses of Precognition
  • The elements of Extrasensory Perception (ESP) and the Paranormal

 

 

Those of us who aren’t natural geniuses can muster great results by collaborating with others. The winning team concept goes beyond the sporting arena.

 

Healthcare professionals and smart citizens are promoting the destigmatization of mental health. Old concepts have given rise to prejudice, unfair judgement, and isolation of people with mental health diagnoses. Acceptance – not isolation – is important. People historically have been preyed upon. After all, one of four Americans has a mental illness. This approach is contraindicated in terms of better mental health as well as being unethical bias.

 

We can agree that minds and mental health matters. Treatments as well as how we view it matters very much.

 

Evidence is overwhelming that people who work with their hands simultaneously stimulate their brains. Runners can also relate to the “high” they feel.

 

Aside from teamwork, there are many ways to develop ingenuity. There must be more than 100 exercises to boost neural activity of the brain and creativity.

 

 

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United States Declares War on Three New Fronts in Three Continents

Washington, D.C. (Easter Week 2018) – Alleged Christian Donald J. Trump is now declaring new wars in three continental fronts: East Asia, Central America, and the Middle East – versus Red China, Syria, and ‘caravans’ of North and South Americans headed north, supposedly to work in agricultural jobs that U.S. citizens will not do.

The renewed ‘Tariff War’ targeted at the socioeconomics of over one billion people may be the toughest to win. Those that know history recall bankruptcies as well as lost ‘military’ battles the U.S. has waged against immigration and Middle East people.

Those that understand American government see irony of how any President can declare war without an act of Congress.

Also remarkable is, as the National Director of National Security (DHS), a.k.a. Homeland [no relation to German Nazis] described, no details to the White House Press Corp how, when, why, and at what financial cost the southwest border war will entail.

Perhaps it would help if presidential advisors would provide planning assistance for the federal government?

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More planning and less tweeting may improve the United States’ odds of winning any international conflict?!?

As my old friend Bob would say, “Lord have mercy!”

Timing in sports, stand-up comedy, business, cooking, and international politics is very important. May the Lord spare US from three losses, poor jokes, bankruptcy, world disasters, death, and another burned pot roast.

 

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President Playing Football with Bo

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  • New Orleans Saints (+1.5, o/u 50.5) at the disappointing Arizona (ought to move back to St. Louis) Cardinals
  • Atlanta Falcons (-13.5, o/u 50.5) hosting the sad San Francisco 49ers (Niners are now actually from Santa Clara and owned by the sinking Jed York family)
  • Denver Broncos (+2.5, o/u 44.5) hosting the cooling down New England Patriots
  • Oakland Raiders! (-3.5, o/u 43.5) at the struggling last-place San Diego Chargers

NBC game: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-7.5, o/u 45.5) at the Dallas Cowgirls

MNF: Carolina Panthers (+7.5; o/u 50.5) at the Washington Indian Redskins

 

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[ for musement only ]

S H A L O M

Shalom =

  • Peace
  • Health
  • Welfare
  • Tranquility
  • Prosperity
  • Perfectness [what ever that is]
  • Rest
  • Harmony
  • Absence of agitation or discord
  • Fullness
  • Completeness
  • Wholeness

In fact, it is the joining of opposites. Shalom to you!

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Full Moon Rising – Monday, December 12, 2016 – Estrella Vista Ranch near Terlingua, TX

Irony is Killing US – Four Kinds of Politics Identified by VP Joe Biden

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Vice President Joe Biden and his father have identified four kinds of American politics:

  • Labor Politics
  • Religious Politics
  • Regular Politics
  • Cancer Politics

In a concerted effort to get everyone involved and cooperating on-the-same-page, the Vice President [and I wish Joe would become our 45th President] has coined a “Moon Shots Program” for the Cancer Community.

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Legendary Basketball Coach Jimmy Valvano

This Cancer Community appears to be operating in its own individualist self-interest. If only researchers, doctors/oncologists, colleges and foundations, patients and their codependents and helpers, philanthropists, and others would work together to find cures for many types of cancer, we Americans who suffer – and the human race – would be better off.

Joe is not far off by comparing the American effort during the 1960s to a current emphasis on cancer solutions and prevention for our current decade, which has only four years remaining.

The urgency is now to get egos and financial incentives directed toward non-selfish results . . . and hurry before my best friend dies!

As national champion Coach Jimmy Valvano said weeks before his death, “Don’t give up, don’t ever give up!”

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Obama and Bo the Dog
President Playing Football with Bo;

Too bad he cannot run for president again.

Obama was good at running away from Republicans, too.

America does have a choice in this election: Vote Libertarian or Green Party

Rocky Mountain Love

Throw Back Weekend Memories

 

Just thinking about how sweet times were. We spent quality time whenever together. In retrospect, loving relationships are usually not so positive as ours was.

Sure times were tough but together it didn’t seem to mind us. Both extroverts, we didn’t lose sight and one-on-one connection we had. There were so many things to enjoy. Even the mundane was joyful.

What made my last love wonderful is that we both loved God. With none of my past romantic relationships was this so true. Sundays we were happy to explore different Christian worship and Bible study services together.

Given our common interests and times we spent, it is hard to believe we have not seen or spoken for more than a year.  The miles and circumstances have kept us apart.

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Colorado River Westernly Flow through Glenwood Canyon

I thought a reunion was iniment after she got out of prison. I was thinking that she wanted to build back her self-esteem before living together as we had planned. I was willing to wait.

Now we have missed spending a Christmas, birthdays, and Mothers’ Day together. We still have our memories when meeting in the Rocky Mountains. Thus my hope has waned. Yet my love remains.

My last love. I understand how other people who might have spent decades married cannot form another loving relationship. While never married I feel like I was fully committed.

What a “sap”. I still carry around the letters, the last ones written last September 2015, she sent me from prison in Northern Nevada.

Fortunately, she was released early. She never should have been incarcerated but perhaps you have seen how determined insurance company lawyers can be. Her crime was to take her elderly mother’s car, without asking permission, across state lines into California and totaling the sedan. Mom was too upset to halt the legal proceedings. I have seven month of love letters sent from prison to prove it. A good prisoner she was. Quickly becoming a trustee helping to prepare meals for about 55 fellow prisoners.

When you read this, perhaps God, you will urge her to get in touch with me, soon.

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