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A Birthday Request

Dear Friend, I’m about to turn a year older. And hopefully, a little wiser. I saw this video and learned that almost a billion people on our planet still don’t have access to clean drinking water. Take a look at this short video which kind of

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Groupon Poupon

I was talking with a friend today who was frustrated after trying to use a Groupon right before it expired — and was treated poorly once the business knew he had a Groupon. I’ve noticed this as well. We bought

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Some Of My Favorite Quotes

Here are some of my favorite quotes: No man is poor who has a Godly mother. You could see the bright side of a plague. Call on God but row away from the rocks. Hunter S. Thompson Suck is non-linear.

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Take Time

Take Time Take time to Think, It is the source of power. Take time to Play, It is the secret of youth. Take time to Read, It is the foundation of wisdom. Take time to Love and be Loved, It

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For One Day … (The Ausbury Blog)

For one day, I would like to…

Posted in Faith, Family, Life

A Funny Thing Happened At The Vet

File this under: Finding Humor In Every Day As I’m walking out of the vet, a gal is coming in with her poodle under her arm and an ENORMOUS freezer bag of what had to be stool samples (plural emphasized).

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Dear Super Chatty Pilot …

Dear Super Chatty Pilot, Thanks for going on and on AND ON about how severely bumpy its going to get and wind gusts are going to top 100 mph and blah blah blah….more difficulties and extreme challenges ahead and more

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Doug Ausbury

Doug Ausbury is an entrepreneur, coffee achiever, baseball addict, aspiring spousal unit, pop music geek and family man. Most of the time, he needs more cowbell...a lot more cowbell.

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