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Saturday August 13 2016

Just imagine that.  We're well on our way chugging along in the 21st Century.  I completely forgot about that.  The 21st Century represented far into the future as a kid growing up, I recall.  Remember 21st Century FOX? 

We're so comfortable with the new Millenia, we're calling our children Millennium.  And it is suppose to be a compliment of sorts.  Think "no fear" and it pretty much sums it up.

One third are pretty respectful and go on to a fairly stable path, another third are feeling like they're hanging off a cliff and whether they can trust the hand leaning over to help save him.  The final third are so busy blazing a new trail of innovators.  

They really aren't defined by age or gender or any stereotype of any sort.  Just things and people who came across my radar (in case you want to check it out) ::.... from the Entertainment channel by optioneerJM (Jeannette Marshall, Calgary, AB)::... on both Facebook and Twitter ::....





































Hmmmm that looks pretty familiar.  I'm thinking i need to go on an investigation.







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