Frank L. Palmeri

There’s a bit that legendary comedian George Carlin used to do that went something like this: If you don’t like AT&T, build your own.

I wake up in the morning and catch last night’s sports highlights on TV while reading the sports pages as I eat breakfast. On the drive to work, I tune into one of the sports-talk radio shows.

Today I offer you 100 tips for life gleaned from hard-earned experience. Use at your own risk; as they say in the car business, “Your mileage may vary.” Enjoy!

If you’re like me, you’re always looking for a fresh and affordable way to exercise.

I came across three things recently that made me question whether I’m living in the same universe as everyone else. Maybe you can make sense of them.

My lovely wife and I had the luxury of taking a long car trip in the summer.

Lately I've had more contact with those over age 85 than I've ever had in my life. It has been an eye-opening experience in many ways.

In these trying times, when it seems like so much of society has devolved into an almost constant us-against-them conflagration, it’s so refreshing to find a group that welcomes anyone who wants to improve their communication and leadership skills.

Lots of folks make New Year’s resolutions, and I'm one of them. I even try to keep them. This year's resolution was to stop swearing. How about that.

You see them in the waiting areas of banks and car dealerships. There may even be donuts next to them. They’re part of a little oasis of hospitality in an otherwise sterile environment.

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