Monthly Archives: January 2015

“Charlie Hustle” Should be Up for Parole by Now

By Timothy Hullihan 1989 was a long time ago, longer than the passing of 25-plus years can account for completely.  The Berlin Wall fell that year.  Boris Becker and Steffi Graf won Wimbledon. The Exxon Valdez spilled 11 million gallons … Continue reading

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Acceptable Losses

By Timothy Hullihan It is not uncommon during a South Florida winter to hear someone ask, “Isn’t the weather gorgeous?”  I had that very question posed to me today.  When I agreed, an equally common statement followed, “They should all … Continue reading

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“Working for” College Used to Mean Having a Part-time Job

By Timothy Hullihan Some of the most important things parents do for their children are what they don’t do. Learning to be self-sufficient, capable, and a contributor comes from the sometimes painful realization that growing-up is a transition from being … Continue reading

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