Thanks. Giving.

THANKS. GIVING. At first he was stunned when I stopped in the right traffic lane and asked if he needed a sleeping bag. As I pulled the new red sleeping bag out and a few dollars since I didn't have a bus pass, he got really happy. As for the people in the one car behind me that refused to pass: not so much. The driver must have honked like 10 times. If this would be you, trust me: I'm not worth even one honk. Save your noise. I'm not moving. Perhaps the driver thought I'm ... Read More

State of Nevada – Governor Sandoval

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SUIT-UP Recap

By Vital Germaine This was my first Hero School Suit-Up event... and I did not know what to expect, despite the pre-event buzz and anticipation. It turned out to be equally successfully and inspiring. THE EVENT The Hero School Suit-Up event was held at the Palms Hotel on Saturday November 9th, 2013. I hope you didn't miss it! It was an evening to remember with so many heroes and supporters and graduates sharing food, stories and joy in the most amazing venue. Still, I must admit I ... Read More

Join the Celebration Nov. 9th!

Hero School presents SUIT-UP 2013 The PALMS Resort Las Vegas Saturday, November 9, 2013 / 6pm - 9pm / Afterparty at Ghost Bar CLICK FOR TICKETS NOW MORE at www.SuitUpVegas.com  How long does cialis last the last time I bought it in the ninth class right after final for direct appointment. Everything left very well. Quite so as I also planned. Be not upset time will be enough for everything that you want. Only don't worry. ... Read More

You’ve got the Eye of the Tiger

To all my little tigers: "You've got the eye of the tiger, a fighter, dancing through the fire...'cause you are a champion and I'm gonna hear you roar." How long does cialis last the last time I bought it in the ninth class right after final for direct appointment. Everything left very well. Quite so as I also planned. Be not upset time will be enough for everything that you want. Only don't worry. ... Read More

OWN YOUR OWN LIFE

What if we never blamed, ever, even if someone or something else was to blame for our circumstances? How would it change our daily confidence if we weren't waiting for outside approval to live? What would daily life be like if we no longer gave away our power through the care of what others thought or said about us? What would real freedom feel like, living from our center instead of from someone else's fears? What if we were internally aligned, confident in our every action, ... Read More

There’s Such a lot of Livin’ to Do

Days and weeks are not obstacles to "get through," as if the goal of life is to run out the clock. Days and weeks are gifts to "make the most of." Be ready when people ask you about your day. Inspire them toward life by answering, "I'm making the most of this day I've been given." There's Such a lot of Livin' to Do.    How long does cialis last the last time I bought it in the ninth class right after final for direct appointment. Everything left very well. Quite so ... Read More

BLOG: Gigging It

I Know What You Did Last Summer by Tiger Todd "Don't be fooled by the calendar. There are only as many days in the year as you make use of." ~ Charles Richards Refreshing Jackson Lake - Teton National Park, Wyoming. During my recent road trip to Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming, I had a rather enlightening conversation with the night manager at my hotel in Jackson. It was 5 in the morning and as I prepared a green tea from the service cart in the lobby, I asked if the manager wanted me ... Read More

BLOG: Karaoke As Education

Karaoke as Education by Tiger Todd "Did we know what the words meant before they became us?" - Tiger Todd "All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident." - Arthur Schopenhauer As a native Nevadan, I’m also a product of its public school system. In reality, I’m more a product of Nevada’s public school system and my dad’s entrepreneurism, a six-month stint in a body cast after being run over by a ... Read More

BLOG: Green Lantern

The Green Lantern: Courage and Honest Comic Column: Courage and Honesty by Bryan Stroud “The greatest barrier to success is the fear of failure.” - Sven Goran Eriksson Showcase Comics No. 22, Oct. 1959.  “S.O.S. Green Lantern,” by John Broome, penciled by Gil Kane and inked by Joe Giella. My favorite era in comic books, the fabled Silver Age, began in 1956 when it was decided to resurrect the super hero genre after a forced absence of some years. The creative geniuses at DC ... Read More

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