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The Laws of Physics are Always the Same

I took calculus-based physics in college.  Let me rephrase that statement, I started calculus based physics in college, but used what Mississippi State called a “super drop” to keep from failing the class miserably in mid to late October.  We had an international teacher, I was trying to make the baseball squad, I had momentarily pledged a fraternity and it was my first semester in college away from home.  In addition, I was living on the 6th floor of the athletic dorm with a bunch of hooligans, of which I was one.  Needless to say, I didn’t learn much.  Everything worked out fine, as business and law school did not require physics. Read More

The Halls of Justice

I was at the Hinds County Courthouse this week.  We had achieved an Agreed Order earlier in the day, so all I had to do was quickly visit with the Judge to have the Order signed.  With my work for the morning being a little mindless, I observed what was happening around me closer than usual and have these thoughts about showing up for your big day. Read More

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