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  1. No Rest.  It is Labor Day and my wife had me helping her with some ceramic tile in the kitchen no less (this is our first time putting up ceramic tile).  But it is Labor Day and according to Wikepedia, “Labor Day is a United States federal holiday observed on the first Monday in September. The holiday originated in 1882 as the Central Labor Union (of New York City) sought to create ‘a day off for the working citizens.'”  Yet, many Americans are working on this day?
  2. Watching.  We often hear a person say of a loved one who has died, “I know he or she is watching.”  Is this really true?  If so, how does a person know that a loved one is indeed watching?  Is this certain that we just pick up because it is often cited?
  3. New Sidekick.  On the front page of the St. Louis Post Dispatch local newspaper is this article title, “McCain and new sidekick…” (or something like this).  “Sidekick”?  Couldn’t the writer of this article had chosen a better word than, “sidekick”?  What do you think of when you hear the word “sidekick”?
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