Walt O'Reagun
Walt O'Reagun answered Anonymous' question

It brings up an interesting philosophical question I sometimes ponder:  Who does your name belong to?

If my name belongs to me, I can change it anytime I want - without asking any body's permission.

If "my" name doesn't belong to me, I have to ask permission to change it.

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Walt O'Reagun answered Refreshme Refreshme's question

"The Greatest" - Kenny Rogers

"The Baseball Song" - Corey Smith

"Little League" and "Come on Home to Baseball" - Ray Stevens

"Did you see Jackie Robinson hit that ball"

"Say Hey (the Willie Mays song)"

"Joltin' Joe DiMaggio"

"Glory Days" - Bruce Springstein

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Walt O'Reagun answered Walter The Grump's question

Not always.

The "trick" of a true salesperson, is to give the customer what they need while convincing them that is what they wanted the whole time.

The "trick" of great customer service, is to tell the customer "no" in such a way that you follow store policy while not upsetting the customer.

If you can master those … Read more

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Walt O'Reagun answered Refreshme Refreshme's question

It's one of the "small things" I try not to dwell too much on.

If the person has a history of fulfilling their promises, I'd just figure it was a fluke and go on as normal.

If they have a history of breaking their promises, I neither ask for nor rely on their promises.  Nor do I … Read more

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Walt O'Reagun commented on Tom Jackson's answer
Not sure if you meant "immoral" or "immortal". I meant "immortal" ... as if Jesus lived forever, He would still be around today so there would be no question about what He actually taught. It would also be pretty difficult to claim to kill someone or persecute them in His Name, unless He actually favored … Read more