Month: January 2018
A Hollywood Story: May 2nd, 1992-January 30th, 2018
There are horses you love for yourself. There are horses you love for others. And there are horses that you have never met and feel a connection to. And when we lose that love, that connection to one of the greats, it hurts more than a shot to the heart. This morning, we lost one. And today, so many of us are feeling that … Read More A Hollywood Story: May 2nd, 1992-January 30th, 2018
Cloning and Genetic Engineering: Will It Affect Future Olympic Teams?
I’m sure by now, many of you have seen the video about cloning and genetic engineering. Published by the World Economic Forum in a short 60 second video, it proclaimed that a company was only two years from producing the first genetically engineered super horse. That through the use of cloning and altering the genome of our great runners and jumpers, we could produce … Read More Cloning and Genetic Engineering: Will It Affect Future Olympic Teams?
Why I BILLieve
In 1988 my father bought season tickets to the Buffalo Bills. Twenty years later, in 2008 he passed away three days before the season opening game. And ten years after that, the Buffalo Bills are making their first playoff bid in my adult life. It’s 2018. It’s time to BILLieve again. Right after my dad was diagnosed with AML, I had a writing professor … Read More Why I BILLieve