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Defender

I've hinted at this. It is time to come clean. On Christmas Eve, 1983, I rolled over the Defender at Maverik's Country Store in my small, northern Utah town. It took 2.5 hours. We're talking over a million points. I figured if I scored over a million points, I'd be...

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Hypochondria

For the past 6 months, I've been more sick than I've ever been. According to the University of Michigan (here) I don't have hypochondria. What I do have currently is best illustrated in the visual depiction on the right. Hypochondria is about imagined illnesses. There...

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Pioneer Days

Back in the day, polygamy in the Mormon church was not for everyone. Only those in leadership positions. Generally those with some money, as supporting a large family required bank. Usually, getting a leadership position meant you had money (as it does today). I said...

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On approach to PHX.

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Conflicts of Interest for Donald Trump Every Day

Countdown to 2020 Election Day

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