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Posted on 16. Dec, 2011 by Joe Duty.
“One who condones evil is just as guilty as the one who perpetuates it.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr. Serendipitously, a friend texted the above quote yesterday. It arrived like an arrow piercing convoluted thoughts of personal moral obligation. I went to my favorite dictionary, Merriam Webster, which states that evil is morally reprehensible behavior […]
Posted on 28. Jul, 2009 by Joe Duty.
With The passing of yet another year of Reunion,I decided to tabulate the time that I had spent at the Fairgrounds this year. With seven days of reunion and a couple before hand,total time in feild was about 36 hours. Post work on Photos,posting blogs,twittering,uploading photos another 16 hours. Total photos took, roughly 1200, total […]
Posted on 25. Mar, 2009 by Joe Duty.
Inspiration can come from just about anywhere, this especially applies to stories that we run in the Wise County Messenger. I want to try relate the best that I can, through one story in particular. That would be one about Zachary Koa, titled; love’s long journey. (And here is part 2.) I was working on […]