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    Rockin’ with AARP

    It was a once in a lifetime gathering of “Awesomely Ancient Radio Personalities.”

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    Enough is enough?

    Marsha Medina made Oakhurst matter last week.

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    “Bow-Wow”

    Here we are in the dog days of summer - an old expression referencing the hottest days of the year. These usually run from July 3 through Aug. 11 - a period extending from 20 days before to 20 days after the conjunction of Sirius (the dog star) and our sun.

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    Blessed are the peacemakers

    There they were - right in his face - a half dozen Confederate flags hatefully hoisted by presidential protestors taunting Barack Obama’s recent arrival in Oklahoma City with scorn and ridicule.

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    Girls, girls, girls

    It scored the highest soccer ratings in the history of American television. The U.S. women’s soccer team shattered global record books on Sunday, July 5, becoming World Champions with their 5-2 win over an exceptional Japanese contingent, including a breathtaking four goals scored in the ...

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    Dump Trump

    Donald Trump is a bloated, boastful, blowhard bully. But that’s not why I hope he disappears as quickly as tycoons at tax time.

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    Matthew v. 2015

    It doesn’t happen overnight.

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    Solstice Sunday

    At 9:38 a.m. OT (Oakhurst Time) this Sunday, June 21, it will suddenly be Summer 2015 - the exact point of the Summer Solstice.

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    “Money, Honey”

    “I finally got my baby about half past three, She said I’d like to know what you want with me. I said, “Money, Honey. Money, Honey. Money Honey. If you want to get along with me.” “Money Honey” – The third song recorded at Elvis Presley’s first...

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    Compression Confession

    The ancient Gaelic word is “ríastrad,” loosely translated into English as “warp spasm.” It was a notable characteristic of the mythological Irish warrior hero Cú Chulainn, “The Hound of Ulster,” who was said to have single handedly defeated the...

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