A Matter Of Choice

The term “Hobson’s Choice” crept into the English language in the late seventeenth century. Thomas Hobson was then a liveryman in Cambridge, England. And, according to his established policy, every customer who came to his stables to rent a horse was required to take the horse that stood nearest the door. The customer had no …

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No Loopholes

There is an old “Garden of Eden” story in which Adam approaches his Creator and says, “God, I really appreciate this Paradise You have given me for my home, but there are times when it gets mighty lonesome around here. Would it be presumptuous of me to ask for a companion — someone I could …

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