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9:02a – April 19th, 1995

We come here to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever. May all who leave here know the impact of violence. May this memorial offer comfort, strength, peace, hope and serenity.® Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum It was Wednesday, April 19th, 1995. I was sitting in Mr. Barnes 6th Grade science class at Oakdale School. His room was at the end of the hall with the black door across from Mrs. Harkins. I was sitting at the middle table in front of the chalk board. We were making caramel out of cubes of sugar. That’s…

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Before We Get To Far Along

Hey friends. I wanted to do a little housekeeping before we get to far along in all of this together! First, I’d love be a part of your social circles! Here is my info. We all communicate on different platforms so hopefully we are both on at least one of the following! Twitter: Man – can’t believe this is still as big of a deal as it was YEARS ago when I first joined. Well, I’m back on Twitter and would love to be on your list! You can get my updates be following @poursandpedals. I’ll look for you, too.…

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So, When Is The Right Time?

My name is Jason Duncan. A guy from Oklahoma that has always run 100 miles an hour into the things I believe in. It was my senior year of college when I started writing the first version of A Thought Over Coffee. I remember sitting in an entrepreneurship class at Belmont University listening to my professor, Dr. Jeff Cornwall, talk about his blog, The Entrepreneurial Mind. What the hell was a blog? Never had I heard of those before. Twitter wasn’t a thing. Facebook wasn’t a thing. All I knew about what AOL Instant Messenger. Blog? Turns out, a blog…

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