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It is always risky to make predictions. Even sports analysts, who are great prognosticators, are very reluctant to predict the winner of the Super Bowl or the World Series. Conventional wisdom says if you claim to be an expert in something and make a wrong prediction, it somehow diminishes your credibility. Nonetheless, here goes as far as our governor’s presidential ambitions.

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While riding down the highway the other day, I made an interesting discovery. Looking down into my lap, I noticed that my hands looked old. I was startled. I don’t feel old. My kids don’t think I act old. My friends think I dress fashionably enough … well, for playing on the beach, anyway.

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 I was recently using someone’s older computer, which had IObit Security 360 installed as its anti-spyware program. As is typical, I always check and update, if necessary, the installed security software. I noticed that the IObit Security 360, a popular anti-spyware utility with millions of downloads, had not been updated for several weeks, and clicked on the button to manually update it.

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“But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds in the sky, and they will tell you.”— Job 12:7 

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I have not abandoned writing about freshwater fishing. Normally by mid-summer, the saltwater action has taken precedence. That doesn’t mean that the sweetwater action has ceased. According to Rayburn professional guide Will Kirkpatrick, the topwater action is really good. The secret is to be on the water when first light appears in the east.

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