Tom

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Name: Tom Myslinsky
Date registered: September 28, 2009

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Latest posts

  1. Project: Inspire People to Recycle More — July 8, 2011
  2. I Quit — May 26, 2011
  3. I don’t know where I’m going, but I do know where I’ve been. — February 11, 2011
  4. Get Connected- WVNCC Blog — February 10, 2011
  5. Leadership- It’s up to the followers. — February 10, 2011

Most commented posts

  1. Road Food – Why should you cross the interstate? Because there’s chicken on the other side. — 1 comment
  2. Don’t Put a Steak Bone in Your Ear! — 1 comment

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Nov
01

Simply the best!

Some artists have the ability to reach across generations. I never envisioned Beth Hart as being one. She has the ability¬† to¬† reach the depths of her soul unlike any other living artist. This video was shot this spring in a Catholic Junior High School in Chattanooga, TN. Her magic worked there as well. Listen …

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Jul
26

Making a Decision, the Easy Way

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Jan
18

To Dunk, or Not To Dunk, That is the Question

Now I can enjoy with confidence.

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Oct
07

The United Nations Eats Here

Yesterday daughters Lea Ellen and Dana arrived back home from Maine. They will only be here a few days but with Chad And Cheri coming tomorrow we will have” big fun”. Tonight was one of many international food-fests here at the Myslinsky house. Fran made Hummas and Dana made Buba Ganoush, both Lebanese recipes. I …

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Sep
18

Don’t Put a Steak Bone in Your Ear!

In the how stupid do they think we are category, this is a new one. I was so looking forward to riding down the hill on my skate board standing on my head eating Gushers with one hand and washing them down with hot McDonald’s coffee. Now I have to sit down. Ah wait, I’m …

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Aug
18

College, Who Needs Educated, The Students or The Staff

I decided several months ago to begin a new career. After thirty years of teaching employees, I wanted to share my experiences with others. There are many different skills that are developed when owning your own business; personnel management, marketing, inventory control, to name a few. Learning these skills from someone with real world experience …

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Jul
27

Road Food – Why should you cross the interstate? Because there’s chicken on the other side.

Since I love to travel and American travelers love to eat, here’s another of what I’m sure will be many, food tales from the road. My latest taste of American cuisine was in Charlotte, NC. Price’s Chicken Coop has been a Charlotte tradition since 1962. “Southern fried chicken done right”, “great cheap eats”, and “top …

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Jul
12

Right of Passage

For sons of farmers in the Midwest this, “Right of Passage”, occures by the age of ten. Surburban, “Soccer Fathers” usually experience the thrill by age thirty. For me it happened two days ago. After investing in a Garden Tractor, not a Lawn Tractor, I was presented with my first John Deere hat. I mention …

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Jul
08

Road Food – Is food better on the road?

I have a rule for road trips: no eating from chain restaurants. During a recent road trip celebrating my daughter’s 30th birthday, I ate gas station green chilies in New Mexico, steer burgers 30 miles from anywhere in Oklahoma, chicken fried steak in a restaurant which I thought served Greek but the sign actually said …

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Jul
08

Recycling gone awry

“In spring time a man’s fancy turns to love”, or the attic or the garage. Or the possibility that some of one’s possessions have outlived their usefulness. After my youngest child graduated from college my thoughts turned to, well, her Jungle Jim. That neglected collection of wood, plastic, Christmas decorations, and most importantly: memories. The …

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