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Gary S. Hart
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Provocation is my vocation | Multuplies Sales | Stalled Sales Prevention Expert | Increased sales 800% over 5 years
Provocation is my vocation | Multuplies Sales | Stalled Sales Prevention Expert | Increased sales 800% over 5 years

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I’d rather NOT be in Philadelphia; it ain't the city of brotherly or robot love. HitchBOT made it across Canada, the Nederland’s and Germany where it had a beer, but not Philly! Watch the video...

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Now we have a National Day day to celebrate having national days. 
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Great tips for sales calls.  

#sales   #salestips  

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Googles Independence Day Doodle disappointed me. Today represents the real American dream: freedom from tyranny and the right to pursue life, liberty and happiness for all people, not a mere day at the beach. 

Imagine if the idealistic authors of the Declaration of Independence had not fought and beat one the most powerful nations in history.
 
You can do better Google. You owe your freedom and respect to those people. 

#july4th   #julyfourth   #independenceday   #independenceday2015  

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Read some wonderful Father's Day Tributes to dads, grandads, husbands and father figures at +Tribute to Fathers. And please add your own. 

#fathersday   #fathersday2015  
Read some wanderful Father's Day Tributes to dads, grandads, husbands and father figures at +Tribute to Fathers. And please add your own. 

#fathersday   #fathersday2015  
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Three years ago, +Kena Herod and I created a place to post Tributes to Fathers. Your Google+ friends and neighbors shared personal, heartfelt and wonderful stories about their fathers, husbands, grandfathers and mentors. Please read, share, comment and if you feel moved, share your own #TributeToFathers  or men who have had a positive influence your life.
 
#fathersday   #fathersday2015  

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Incredible #Magic  

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December 7th, 1941, A Date Which Will Live in Infamy. -FDR 

President Roosevelt new that terrible time would eventually fade from our memories and that we would lock them away way in that secret box we put things those things that hurt. When we do that, we lock something else important away with it. 

I remember the front page of the NY Times, Daily News and magazines covered with images and headlines. TV and radio played FDR's words. They reminded us to unlock the box and take out those terrible memories so that we would continue guarding against complacency that allows history to repeat itself.  

And then one day about fifteen years ago, the reminders on the front pages, TV and radio were absent. No replays of FDR's proclamation that this was an infamous date. You see, when we lock away memories like Pearl Harbor and WWII and 9/11, our gratitude for those great people who fought for us stay locked away too. 

Most of us don't want to think about bad memories. Why should we? It's painful. Most of us want to think about the things that make us feel good. We want to enjoy the peace and freedom that we have without someone like me throwing guilt on the table to remember that which we enjoy was preserved by millions who sacrificed, suffered and died defending us from a few of vicious tyrants and their minions who fought to turn our peace and freedom into fear and oppression. 

Last weekend was Thanksgiving and today is another thanksgiving. We're thankful Hitler, Hirohito and Mussolini were defeated. And we're thankful for the people who fought against them for us. 

During the football game, Nutcracker here at Sally's school, in church, at your brunch or wherever you're relaxing or playing, take December 7th out of the box and be thankful for the people who paid for your peaceful day and then put it back in the box.

I found this Pearl Harbor's survivors' commemoration in a corner of Reuters this morning:

#pearlharbor   #WWII  

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Happy Thanksgiving, wishing you and yours a functional day!
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Happy Thanksgiving to our Men and Women in Service

While we share our gratitude for our abundance of family, friends, food, fun-filled lives and football, let's take a moment to thank those wonderful folks who maintain our peace, safety and freedom.

#thanksgiving   #military   #militaryfamilies  
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