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Colt 45 at church

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Before Covid in 2020, my father used to be a pastor.

Members of my dad’s church were atypical in the eyes of many. Trade in jackets for jeans and tailored suits for t-shirts, and that’s what you’d find at Impact Church.

Cheers!

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A few of my friends and I went out on Friday night.

Pour Sports in downtown Greer is one of my favorite spots, and luckily, it’s one of theirs, too.

Gotta catch 'em all

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What part of your life do you look back on with the fondest of memories? 

For me, the answer is simple: the summer of 2016. 

The summer of 2016 brought me some of the most gleeful moments that I’ve ever had the privilege of experiencing. And most all of it came at the hands of one simple, yet captivating mobile game. 

Sonder

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If anyone noticed my absence most of this week at games, it’s because I’m currently hanging out in the happiest place on Earth—Disney World.

Bet on it

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Two weekends ago, I took a trip to Cherokee, N.C.

My friends and I made the nearly two-hour drive for one reason and one reason only: We wanted to hit up Harrah’s Cherokee Casino.

More specifically, I wanted to check out their new sportsbook. It was NFL wild-card weekend.

Cash was just begging to be made.

How 'bout them Cowboys?

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It used to be like a holiday for me.

Every year in January, I would plant myself in front of the television and watch the Dallas Cowboys choke away a playoff game.

I’ve met a handful of Cowboys fans throughout my life, and a healthy bit of them can be rather obnoxious at times.

Bowl boredom

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Looking back, it was a strange Christmas gift.

When I was 11 years old, I begged Santa somehow to acquire the most coveted gift in all the land and slide it under my Christmas tree.

A Nintendo Wii? A brand new bicycle? A pair of those tan Sperry shoes that everyone my age wore back then for some reason?

One step at a time

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I’ve never been great at planning ahead. Maybe that’s why at the end of most years, I don’t typically set resolutions.

For one, everybody makes them. They don’t last long for most people, either. When I used to set them, I’d usually get about two weeks into the year before giving up.

One step at a time

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I’ve never been great at planning ahead. Maybe that’s why at the end of most years, I don’t typically set resolutions.

For one, everybody makes them. They don’t last long for most people, either. When I used to set them, I’d usually get about two weeks into the year before giving up.

A sprinkle of Christmas magic

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Is it controversial to say that Christmas doesn’t hit the same way it used to?

It hasn’t for a while, to be honest.

I remember being a kid and tossing ornaments up on the tree with my parents on Black Friday every year. That was the earliest we’d allow it in my household. I still think that’s the perfect day to put it up.

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