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Called to the Principal’s Office

[From the archives.] *** A Call from the Principal Years ago I got an unexpected call at work from my son’s junior high principal. Not a good thing under most circumstances, and this was no exception to the rule. She … Continue reading

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Jumping to Conclusions Hurts

This fellow seems rather earnest in his opinion: *** Why bother trying to understand others? After all, it’s easier to rest in your assumptions. Not wise, but easier: Fools find no pleasure in understanding but delight in airing their own opinions. … Continue reading

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A Trial Court Judge On The Ins And Outs Of Judging

If you were in my courtroom and a person there was charged with driving a stolen car, you might hear evidence like this: An officer pulled a car over for a burned out tail light. Upon contacting the driver, the … Continue reading

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