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Patrick Swayze, in the 1989 movie Road House, had some great advice when training bar bouncers on how to deal with unruly customers.
This week, millions of Americans participated in the 2014 Election. What always strikes me as odd is how mean some people get when their party or their candidate didn't win. I always sigh relief when the elections are done because the political ads are now over. All of the mudslinging (from both sides of the aisle) is over. For the time being.
In life, whether you're a writer or an actor or a factor worker or a fast food cook or whatever you are, one of the best pieces of advice you can do is to be nice towards others. It's funny how "turning the frown upside down" can change someone's mood.
So remember: be nice.
Thanks, Mr. Swayze.
I finally obtained the cover for the second book in the Central Division Series: Straight Razor. Here it is.
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