Month: October 2009

Can Eye Tell U A Secret…

Hey passengers, I hope your weekend is off to a great start. service. “Can I tell you a secret?”. I’m glad you said yes <snicker>. Anyway, thanks. You know, from time to time I have to have a mirror moment.

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Coffee Break w/Chuckie…

Let’s take a break…a break with purpose as we look at relations and relations issues…Per Madea

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As I look N 2 The Mirror…

I was thinking this morning as I combed the three remaining strands of hair on my head. As I looked into the mirror I had to come to grips with this…Am I holding grudges? One of the saddest things I

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2day @ Noon…

Well fellow passengers it’s that time again, the privilege to join each other in corporate prayer today at noon.  I am on the road in class this week trying to get more ed-ju-macated to pass an exam so if ya

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Chuckie’s Song O The Day… “Yall Come…”

Tell A Friend, Bring A Friend…CLICK

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Tuesday’s Tech Tip: The art of brief emails…

It is with words as with sunbeams.  The more they are condensed, the deeper they burn. ~Robert Southey Emails, to some of us, are like a plague. They spread rapidly, infect you until you’re covered in sores and can’t do

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Chuckie’s Song O The Day… “Whatever Happend”

To the art of the slow dance?  I would love to slow dance to this song…Isleys or her version… My favorite line from this song is “Sometimes I fall short of what I say I’m all about. Yousee, I hate

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Merry Monday! A GR8 Political Speech!

Hey Passengers, MERRY MONDAY!!!  Everywhere we turn, CNN, FOX, CABLE Channel 8…on and on…we are being inundated with politics and political view points from the left, right and all points in between.  Don’t you wish that JUST ONCE we could

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Chuckie’s Song O The Day… “Dare I Go?”

There I go…Again….

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Death Of An Old Friend…

Fellow passengers, the flag on the engine of the train is at half mast today as we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure

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