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Once a Walk-On Always a Walk-On

January 15, 2018


The walk-on, if you’re not familiar with the term, is a college athlete who was not recruited heavily by a university or college. A player who was deemed “not good enough” to be offered a scholarship to a university, yet shows up to practice and tries to make the team. The odds weigh heavily against […]

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With the African fellows from UrbanPromise International

October 9, 2017


Just a quick note to thank you for Taylor’s concert yesterday at New Hanover UMC in Gilbertsville. He brought the house down. Playing to a crowd of 400 he was so engaging and funny. It was my first time seeing him, and I was impressed by how well he knew his audience, where they lived […]

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I Lost It!

September 18, 2017


“I lost it. I lost it. I lost it.” – backup singers to Teddy Pendergrass’ hit song ‘The Love I Lost.’ This is not a testimonial or an advertisement. It is not a promotion. And I’m not bragging about my abilities using hi-tech. Which are limited at best. It’s just what happened. I have to […]

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Joey Edmonds

September 5, 2017


Joey Edmonds came to see me at Zanies Comedy Club in 1984. I was “house emcee,” and he saw me work with Jay Leno. Edmonds was an unassuming man with short-brownish-curly hair and a friendly smile. He approached me at the end of the night, as people milled around the club after Mr. Leno had […]

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