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  • Interest in the Past

    It was a nice day so we decided to take a scooter ride to the St. Marks lighthouse. I imagine that everyone around this area knows about the lighthouse; it is the biggest attraction in the panhandle. It was originally built in 1842. That's a long time ago and things have changed radically since then. When the lighthouse was ...
    Posted to Ghost of Sam Post (Weblog) by Sam Post on 09-08-2009
  • Regrets?

    There has been almost no decent music being written in the past few years. The garbage that is being written these days parallels the sorry state of our society. As a result of this situation, many people who still have taste in real music are going back in time to the fifties and sixties to relive some really neat music and good times. The ...
    Posted to Ghost of Sam Post (Weblog) by Sam Post on 08-31-2009
  • Criminal Justice?

    As in justice for criminals? Our society has lost all its morals and common sense, to be sure, but some things just go too far. It would seem that any societys criminals are the bad guys. Why are we concerned so much with the bad guys rights, comfort, and justice? Do most people think that it is okay to condone and encourage criminal ...
    Posted to Ghost of Sam Post (Weblog) by Sam Post on 08-25-2009
  • The Importance of Goals

    Everyone has goals that they work towards. Some goals are small, like earning ones daily bread, and some goals are large, like saving up to buy a house. We Americans are steeped in goals of all kinds. Most of us have a goal of making lots of money, although most of us want to get that money in the form of a winning lottery ticket. When you ...
    Posted to Ghost of Sam Post (Weblog) by Sam Post on 08-18-2009
  • Characteristic of the Insane

    Of the many characteristics of the chronically insane, one stands out as the most ubiquitous of all: an inability to communicate. Believe it or not, failure to communicate is probably the most salient feature of all neurotics and psychotics. It is so common that most people dont realize that they are not connecting with another human being in a ...
    Posted to Ghost of Sam Post (Weblog) by Sam Post on 08-11-2009
  • What's To Buying A New Car

    Not much, you say? How complicated could it be, just plunk down some money, and drive it home, right? Not by a long shot. Of course you're aware of the Cash for Clunkers deal going on right now. If you need a car, you may be able to get a bone from the government (up to 4500 smackaroos) for your present automobile. There are, however ...
    Posted to Ghost of Sam Post (Weblog) by Sam Post on 08-04-2009
  • One of Two Necessities of Life

    There are only two absolute necessities in life, as we know it. This writing will address one of them: air conditioning. The other necessity will be addressed in a future Ghost posting. Everyone, especially in the South, has air conditioning in his or her automobile; it is as important as the motor if you seek to be comfortable. In my early ...
    Posted to Ghost of Sam Post (Weblog) by Sam Post on 07-29-2009
  • Music, Magic of the Soul

    I get lots of emails with plenty of interesting things on a variety of topics. One of my favorite areas is music. I believe that there is no more penetrating aspect of humankind than music. It is the most effective tool that we have to share our feelings; it is a cleansing vehicle that allows us to purge and connect. There is no more communicative ...
    Posted to Ghost of Sam Post (Weblog) by Sam Post on 07-22-2009
  • Enjoyable To See Friends Again

    The fact that we call others friends means that we enjoy being with them, we have learned to trust them, and that we feel comfortable seeing them. All of us have a small (sometimes large) group of people that we call friends. Some of these friendships last decades, others are ephemeral, and others are ad hoc. Some of these friends inhabit all of ...
    Posted to Ghost of Sam Post (Weblog) by Sam Post on 07-13-2009
  • A Very Hot Weekend

    Yeah, I know it is supposed to be hot in July, and especially hot on the fourth. But, come on, it has been over a hundred degrees for the past two weeks (or more). Anyway, this past weekend was hot and muggy. I have gotten so used to wearing a hat and sunglasses when I go outside that I forget that I am wearing them. When we walk our dogs it is ...
    Posted to Ghost of Sam Post (Weblog) by Sam Post on 07-08-2009
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