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Nothing like something new

I love the new, I really do. Anything that is new is something that catches my eye. Whether it is a brand new Mercedes driving down the road, or a new outfit that I am wearing, it has my upmost attention. Well now, we are currently in a new month, a new year, and even a new decade. I’m sure you can imagine how excited I am about all this. So in honor of the new month, year, and decade, I am launching a new me. I have been with Green...

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This decade will be one of great change. Some people are scared of change; to be honest I love it. I do not see anything wrong with a little change; I think that it serves as an opportunity to give you a higher level of adaptability which can only put you at an advantage. It truly is not the change that scares people, but more their inability to adapt. Look at where he have came from Y2K, everyone thought that the world was going to end...

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Steelers Go Down! And My Irish get a new coach…what a night!

I believe this will be my first post about sports, but last night was such a big night I have to preach a little bit on it! First off I would like to congratulate any Cleveland Brown fan and the rest of the NFL fans that hate the Steelers. I think that the fact the Steelers are on a 5 game losing streak is almost as good as the fact my Colts are on a 20 game win streak. Second off I would like to take this opportunity to welcome in Brian...

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Taking time to give back

Yesterday, Green Thumb Marketing took some time out from their busy schedule to give back to the community of Lexington that has given so much to Green Thumb. We visited the Lexington Rescue Mission, this is an organization that has been in Lexington since 2001 and has witnessed growth every year since. It was nice to see an organization that has values that are their driving force every day. Jim Connell is the founder and executive...

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“Inside the Mind of Google” is Mind Blowing…

“Inside the Mind of Google” Blows my mind I just so happen to be crawling through my TV Guide last night, the one time a week I watch TV, and I noticed that a CNBC, a station I rarely watch, had a program coming on that was titled “Inside the Mind of Google.” As I sat there and debated whether or not to watch this show I noticed a slight increase in my “Geek Meter.” None the less, I decided to give it a shot and watch this...

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