It’s getting colder now in the mid-Atlantic of the United States. For most motorcyclist it’s a time to prepare your bike for storage. For me, it’s the annual time when I contemplate selling my bike and hanging up my riding days. This year is a little different. I am thinking of making a big purchase and I have no real
On this podcast episode of the Kenn Blanchard Show, I share a conversation and introduce to some a man making a difference in the Baltimore, MD area named Tyrone Sherrod. Mr. Sherrod is the founder of WeImagine.org, a business that helps kids and people in need in the inner city. He is a “social entrepreneur.” He has taken
I asked a simple question. Why do you fight? Why do you train to do so? The person I asked is called affectionately Dr. Doom. This woman is phenomenal. https://youtu.be/MmDupuN0TO8 For me the meaning of training and fighting has changed and grown deeper to me over the years. In the beginning of my training, I trained as an outlet.
It was called sotweed before it known today as tobacco. Back in the day, when the western branch of the Patuxent River was still navigable, the town served as a port town for tobacco ships. Upper Marlboro blossomed into an agricultural, social, and political hot spot. Farms, many of which raised tobacco, dominated the surrounding areas. It encouraged the slave