Monthly Archives: May 2015

In Memory

Memorial Day weekend is often considered the opening weekend of summer. But beyond the picnics and parades and family gatherings, lies a deeper meaning of an important day of remembrance.Memorial Day is an official federal holiday established in 1971 to … Continue reading

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Do You Know the Password?

   For most of us, using a password to gain access to something is a daily reality. We use passwords to log on to computers or internet websites, or to withdraw money from our bank accounts. Passwords are sometimes required … Continue reading

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Increasing Entropy

     See if you can tell me what the following observations have in common:          1)  Since we have had quite a few days without rain, we have had to start                sprinkling our lawn and garden. I have planted … Continue reading

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Threat Detected

 We have a relatively new sound system at church and those running the sound board are still learning how to use all the fancy features. On Easter Sunday, after our pastor candidate spoke and we had a closing hymn, When … Continue reading

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