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Members of the Wedding

by Joel Habush

RAY—F.O.B.: (Father of the Bride): Hi, Herb. How’s the Father of that handsome Groom? HERB—F.O.G: (Father of the Groom) Pretty good, Ray. Glad you could meet me here. How’s the Father of the Blushing Bride? RAY—F.O.B.: Great, though I don’t think that girl has blushed since she was 16. She still says things that make […]

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Eat, Prey, Evacuate

by Joel Habush

That’s behavior that dogs and cats have in common. They aren’t really that much different from each other. They’re animals. They have animal instincts and exhibit animal behaviors. It’s their owners who differ. In the pet world there is a definite dichotomy between dogs owners and cat owners. Are all dog owners insecure and boasters? […]

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Taking a Giant Step Further—Frank Lloyd Wright and The Prairie School Style of Architecture

by Amanda

  “The longer I live the more beautiful life becomes. If you foolishly ignore beauty, you will soon find yourself without it. Your life will be impoverished. But if you invest in beauty, it will remain with you all the days of your life.” ― Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright’s goals and influence preceded, […]

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Door to Door Solicitors, an Unnecessary Evil

by Joel Habush

  Exclusive to Atlas Signs and Plaques by Joel Habush Of course, that’s not for everyone. There just might be some people who want perfect (or imperfect) strangers coming, uninvited, to their door. Perhaps they’re lonely—so they wouldn’t put up a warning sign. Solicitors take the absence of such a sign as a welcome mat. […]

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Out Damn Gredients

by Joel Habush

I’ve noticed over the past few years that the importance of what’s in a product has taken a back seat to what’s not in a product—the outgredients triumph the ingredients in the buyer’s decisions.

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