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Public Pleasantries

There’s no need to be afraid of public speaking. No one is listening to you anyway. Think about it. Someone spoke at your high school graduation, but admit it – you don’t remember who that was, much less what they … Continue reading

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Gloriously Empty Serenity

Those ten years down in San Pedro, at the harbor, were fine – the massive Port of Los Angeles is fascinating, there’s a small fishing fleet too, and there are all those long docks and shadowy warehouses that show up … Continue reading

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