Author Archives: The Rural Iowegian

About The Rural Iowegian

I am the Rural Iowegian of a published author and an award winning photographer. I use this space to speak my mind. God Bless.

Thought for Today (8/14/2018)

Many today believe that they are entitled to be endowed by the government a comfortable life.  These people have a strong external locus of control, and by maintaining that thought process have no personal responsibility in success or failure as … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (8/10/2018)

Nothing to say for a few days now.  Take life as it comes and find happiness in that.

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Thought for Today (8/6/2018)

The missus and I drove to Minneapolis for the weekend.  There we met not only friends that I haven’t seen for 40 years, but also new friends that shared a military mission with.  At one point during the weekend I … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (8/1/2018)

I frequently have people tell me that I look somewhere between 45 and 50 years old (even people who are not trying to flatter me).  Then, I meet people who look quite a bit older than me that are in … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (7/30/2018)

San Francisco has passed an ordinance stating business owners cannot offer their employees free meals as an incentive to work there as it is hurting the local restaurant owners.  My thought is where in a republic does it say that … Continue reading

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The Monster

Originally posted on The Rural Iowegian:
The artist paints the world Through rose colored glasses With a fantasier’s soul And it is a pretty street urchin on the canvas The realist sees The hideous monster As it is and always…

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Tip for Today (7/24/2018)

CREATING A PASSWORD Many sites now require a password that has both small case and upper-case letters, numbers and special characters. This can often result in people creating passwords that are often forgotten. This sheet will help you create a … Continue reading

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