Tag Archives: Blogging

Get a cork for that whine: Gen Y Yuppies

Earlier this morning I read a great piece via the HuffPo (there’s a phrase I never thought I’d write) outlining the reasons Gen Y “Yuppies” are so sad: highly-inflated expectations and the curse of being “special.” Generation Y is the generation born between the late 1970s and the mid 1990s, so I fit snugly in […]

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Meanwhile, over at BeefProducer.com…

This was a pretty busy week for me, in terms of writing. In addition to writing here, and on top of writing each week in the pages of Feedstuffs and at Feedstuffs.com, I pen a blog at BeefProducer.com. Beef Producer is a sister publication to Feedstuffs, and is geared toward the cow/calf and backgrounder/stocker segments […]

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Route 365

Idea ‘borrowed’: Project 365

So it’s a bit late for New Year’s Resolutions, and I don’t really buy into those anyway, but I’m going to embark on a project that one might generally opt-in somewhere around the turn of the calendar. Shelley McKain Erwin is one cool lady. I “met” Shelley through her brother Scott (the most widely successful […]

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Boys are increasingly forgotten in modern society...

The problem with boys

Editor’s note: Before I started this blog in late 2010, I blogged for five years at BuckeyeAg.com. When I left the radio network that fall, my old blog posts were, much to my dismay, lost in cyberpurgatory forever. In a fluke of Google the other day, I came across a post that I wrote in […]

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Political Cartoon

A pithy post on election-season distractions

It goes without saying, but we face some significant challenges and challenging issues in this country. The state of the economy, U.S. competitiveness and military prowess, staggering national debt and ever-escalating federal deficits all threaten the long-term security and stability of the Republic. And yet, with fewer than 10 weeks until the election, nonsensical stories […]

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