How'd It Ever Happen?Posted Thursday, November 29, 2012, at 5:00 PM
This little video makes one wonder whether the hundreds of thousands of pages of rules and regulations set down by our Federal government over the past few decades are as meaningful as some people seem to believe.
I did most (if not all) of these things and a few more that are probably best left unclaimed and still somehow managed to survive to retirement.
It's a short clip, but worth a couple of minutes of your Thursday.
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I was born September 17, 1949 in Caldwell, Idaho. Like Idaho's climate, I have a dry sense of humor. It may be a result of faulty genetics, but I come from sturdy stock. My great grandfather once served as a postmaster right on the line between Camas and Elmore Counties and is buried on what was once his land. According to research my only sibling has done, we generally agree that he started his westward trek in Indiana sometime after 1838 and died of pneumonia in 1911. If Google earth is correct, there are at least 2.5 million average steps between Ripley County, Indiana and his gravesite.
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