I’m No Centenarian Catfisher! Facebook, Clear My Name!
It takes a lot for an old Jewish man to get a break in the world of professional athletics. (Why is Lisa laughing at me as I dictate this to her to type?) Doesn’t everyone know I follow the Sherpa belief of intent? My intentions, and those of SOUL SHERPA, are transparent and exactly as presented. I guess […]
Today’s Wall Street Journal Article: National Centenarian Day
Today is National Centenarian Day, and I’d like to wish my fellow centenarian and email pen pal, Dennis Morris, 105, a happy one. Read all about Dennis, me, and the Archon Genomics X Prize in today’s Wall Street Journal: http://online.wsj.com/article_email/SB10000872396390443890304578010513378135692-lMyQjAxMTAyMDIwMjAyODI3Wj.html
Reno & Gardnerville: “10” for Chocolate and Doughnuts
When I was a young boy in Boston, two cents in my pocket and a trip to “doughnut alley” was guaranteed to be a treat. Large vats of cooking oil would fry sweet dough into a circular delights that would send my tastebuds into a frenzy. Now, a mere ninety years later, my tastebuds still have a preference for sweets. […]