More Failure Than Success — E-Book for the kindle and kindle app


more failure than success

Never have so few words emoted such raw power….  A collection of reflections about success, failure, wanting to quit, rebounding and moving on.

From the author. “Anyone who knows me, has seen me go through some ups and downs the last couple of years. I wrote this short collection of reflections to help myself stay positive, be grateful and enjoy life.
In helping myself, I hope to help others as well.”

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B019HLR532

USDA Dietary Guidelines


I am thrilled and honored to be interviewed by Brian Hughes of Magic 93, NASH-FM and WARM

I am making a appearance on Sunday Magazine with Brian. We are discussing USDA dietary policy and specifically an article co-written by local Congressman Matt Cartwright. we talk about what Matt Cartwrightgot right and what he got wrong, and at the end I make an offer to him.

Sunday Magazine, Sunday morning at 5am on NASH-FM, 93.7, 5:30am on 97BHT, 6am on 97.9X and Sports Radio 590, WARM, and 6:25am on Magic 93.

Happy Veterans Day


I went to one of my usual breakfast spots this morning, The Pittston Diner, and they had a special menu for Veterans; included was S.O.S. Now I haven’t seen minced beef on toast since I got out of the Navy, and for a moment I considered ordering it; but I passed.

It is funny what will spark a memory, just seeing the item on the menu brought me back to the day I entered the Navy.

I remember like it was yesterday. We were standing in a large room in the Armed Forces Building in downtown Wilkes-Barre, my parents and sisters were there watching me take the oath.

I was proud and excited, and only had a touch of fear. I was finally escaping Northeast PA, and to think just five days before I was crossing the stage to get my high school diploma — now I was being inducted into the US Navy.

Those of us who were leaving that day said our good-byes.
We were herded onto a bus and transported to the airport.
There were plenty of tears.

A short plane ride or two, I don’t remember the flight(s), and I was in Orlando Florida, and there was no doubt I was not heading to Disney World.

Once off the plane and out of the airport, the very hot, very humid Florida air soon engulfed me. I was finally out of Northeast PA! Orders were being barked at those of us continuing on, and for a moment the expression out of the frying pan and into the fire came to mind.

Those of us going to the Recruit Training Center, were herded onto a bus and made the trip to boot camp. It was late, probably around midnight and we were given some sheets, pillowcases and a wool blanket and told to go to sleep. That is when it hit me, neither before nor since, had I ever experienced such complete loneliness. I was so homesick, not for the place, but for my family. There were seventy nine other new recruits, but in my mind, I was the only person there.

The next morning began a couple of days of hurry up and wait. The hurry up time was good, because there was no time to feel trepidation or isolation. Sadly, the hours of wait left plenty of time for both.

Why, today, is this memory fresh in my awareness? Because, when we were rushed from the barracks to the chow hall, I heard the words I would hear three times a day for the next eight weeks; “You have 15 minutes, and 15 minutes only to eat your fine Navy chow!” Included in that first breakfast was a concoction of some type of minced up beef, I am pretty sure it was creamed, slopped over two slices of toast.

That was fine Navy chow!

Happy Veterans Day!

CARBOHYDRATE ADDICTION — a slow suicide *** Is now available!!!


A thirty day snapshot of one person’s life long struggle with carbohydrate addiction.

For some of us, the reason undoing addiction is so difficult, is because no matter how long we have lived, or how far we have traveled — the broken twelve year old child remains ever present.

Doc Joe’s latest e-book for the kindle and kindle app, CARBOHYDRATE ADDICTION —  a slow suicide, has now officially been released
 
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Just 7 days until the release of CARBOHYDRATE ADDICTION — a slow suicide


Doc Joe’s latest e-book for the kindle and kindle app, CARBOHYDRATE ADDICTION —  a slow suicide, will be released on September 22, 2015…. that is just 14 days from today!  Yet, you can sign up and have it sent to your kindle, computer or smart phone the moment it is release because —-
 
 
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A thirty day snapshot of one person’s life long struggle with carbohydrate addiction.

For some of us, the reason undoing addiction is so difficult, is because no matter how long we have lived, or how far we have traveled — the broken twelve year old child remains ever present.


 
 
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Coming in 14 days: CARBOHYDRATE ADDICTION — a slow suicide


Doc Joe’s latest e-book for the kindle and kindle app, CARBOHYDRATE ADDICTION —  a slow suicide, will be released on September 22, 2015…. that is just 14 days from today!  Yet, you can sign up and have it sent to your kindle, computer or smart phone the moment it is release because —-
 
 
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A thirty day snapshot of one person’s life long struggle with carbohydrate addiction.

For some of us, the reason undoing addiction is so difficult, is because no matter how long we have lived, or how far we have traveled — the broken twelve year old child remains ever present.


 
 
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CARBOHYDRATE ADDICTION — a slow suicide


A thirty day snapshot of one person’s life long struggle with carbohydrate addiction.

For some of us, the reason undoing addiction is so difficult, is because no matter how long we have lived, or how far we have traveled — the broken twelve year old child remains ever present.

Doc Joe’s latest e-book for the kindle and kindle app, CARBOHYDRATE ADDICTION —  a slow suicide, will be released on September 22, 2015.
 
 
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