In today’s episode I discuss a lesson learned from prisoners who paid great attention to the pledge of allegiance. In a time when many Americans are cursing institutions and the very fabric this nation is founded upon, I point to men we can learn from. Men who questioned the convictions of their nation and frequently wondered if they were forgotten about. We can all learn a lot from these men, enjoy 20 minutes of one of my short-form episodes to get your day started.
Wegman’s Island Paradise Blend. Click the image to check it out, My wife came home the other day with a pair of leggings from target she claimed were a “total dupe” meaning perfect knock off. You can buy this bag of coffee from wegmans at 16 dollars for 2 lbs of coffee. I’ve had coffee that costs 16 dollars for a single lb that doesn’t taste as good as this stuff. GIVE IT A WHIRL, or a French Press in my case.
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