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sherrie-theriault's picture
Apr.16.2014
April 16       NAPPING     Too often, I have lifted the edge of the lawn in an attempt to join the worms for a bit of a dirt nap.  Or I crawled into a self-constructed cave to bear my feelings and hibernate from life.  The times I sprint with the deer, jumping the...
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Mar.13.2014
On this edition of the Phil Naessens Show  Alex Hall joins Phil to answer a listeners question about Spring Training stats, Michael Taylor, Josh Donaldson and much more Oakland Athletics news. Rush Olson joins Phil to discuss the Chicago Cubs potential starting lineup...
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Feb.19.2014
On this edition of the Phil Naessens Show Aaron Stampler joins Phil to discuss Beno Udrih possibly being traded to the San Antonio Spurs, Carmelo Anthony claiming he would remain in New York for less money and new instant replay procedures plus much more. Rush Olson joins...
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Feb.13.2014
On this edition of the Phil Naessens Show Alex Hall joins Phil to discuss the Oakland Athletics extension of OF Coco Crisp and give reasons for and against extending Yoenis Cespedes. Rush Olson joins Phil to discuss the top 10 MLB offensive teams and Mark Berman ...
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Feb.12.2014
On this edition of the Phil Naessens Show Zeb Benbrook joins Phil to talk about the Oklahoma City Thunder and Phil decides to go off on the Knicks, Eric Stephen joins Phil from Spring Training to talk about the Los Angeles Dodgers and Aaron Stampler joins Phil to...
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Oct.03.2013
Reading the sixth edition of The Adult Learner (in which Elwood Holtonand Richard Swanson further build upon what Malcolm Knowles wrote in the first four editions) reminds us why the book justifiably carries the subtitle “The Definitive Classic in Adult Education...
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Aug.23.2013
“On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog,” Peter Steiner suggested in his well-known The New Yorker cartoon two decades ago. And nobody would know that a recently-published book on connected learning and learner-centric education that effectively...
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Aug.03.2013
August 3     Big Name   My name has a foreign sound; my head turns when it is called.  I recognize this as training not identity.  I remember teaching the dog her name.  I called it while petting and praising her, soon the name was hers.  Now, I think of G-d....
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May.25.2013
I set off for the coffee shop under a crystalline blue sky.  Although rich sunshine swaths the valley, cold air creeps about, especially in the shadows.  I'm in shorts but with a light fleece jacket on.  Beginning the walk, I contemplate distances and plans and consider reversing my...
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Apr.18.2013
  April 18       In Training   Like a faithful dog that was hard to train, patience is a thing hoped for yet peevish during the breaking in.  Stanch companionability is hard won, but worth the cost of acquisition.  And what is the price I truly paid in the end;...