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targetpractice Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-29-09 02:46 PM
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8. I'm convinced time works differently for some people... Martha Stewart, for instance... How does she get all that stuff done.
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  -Listening to these accounts of Kennedy's life I have to ask XemaSab  Aug-29-09 02:41 PM   #0 
  - Maybe The Old Adage...  WillyT   Aug-29-09 02:43 PM   #1 
  - You nailed it with the word "reputation." Reality is a different matter.  timeforpeace   Aug-29-09 03:20 PM   #24 
     - First of all you replied to the wrong post..  Cha   Aug-29-09 04:49 PM   #32 
  - a lot of these politicians  DaveinMD   Aug-29-09 02:43 PM   #2 
  - Check most Senator's schedules  sandnsea   Aug-29-09 02:43 PM   #3 
  - I'm convinced time works differently for some people...  targetpractice   Aug-29-09 02:46 PM   #8 
  - It's easy  malaise   Aug-29-09 04:58 PM   #35 
  - Having a dedicated efficient staff, and the resources to get it all done AND enjoy it...  blm   Aug-29-09 03:00 PM   #19 
     - Definitely helps  sandnsea   Aug-29-09 05:48 PM   #39 
  - Don't forget mentoring  sunnybrook   Aug-29-09 02:44 PM   #4 
  - You're right  XemaSab   Aug-29-09 02:45 PM   #6 
  - That is a great question......  suston96   Aug-29-09 02:44 PM   #5 
  - they spend little time watching TV, on the internet etc  Uzybone   Aug-29-09 02:45 PM   #7 
  - Apparently in the last year he got caught up on 24  XemaSab   Aug-29-09 04:45 PM   #29 
  - It helps when you have a staff that adores you and your family  lunatica   Aug-29-09 02:47 PM   #9 
  - You're overlooking the obvious -  Tangerine LaBamba   Aug-29-09 02:47 PM   #10 
  - Some of the talking heads ( not you) seemed to imply that of course  hedgehog   Aug-29-09 03:00 PM   #18 
  - Exactly. And even the wonderful kindnesses he could perform were built on  LuckyLib   Aug-29-09 03:09 PM   #23 
     - I saw a quote from one of his nieces or nephews,  Tangerine LaBamba   Aug-29-09 04:30 PM   #27 
        - Yep, with such great staff attending to life's details, he got much done  havocmom   Aug-29-09 05:04 PM   #36 
           - Turn on MSNBC -  Tangerine LaBamba   Aug-29-09 05:24 PM   #37 
              - When I turned the TV on, I was wondering if you were in the crowd  havocmom   Aug-29-09 06:25 PM   #41 
                 - No, I'm not one to stand and wait -  Tangerine LaBamba   Aug-29-09 06:59 PM   #43 
                    - I go as a ghost with you  havocmom   Aug-29-09 07:09 PM   #44 
                       - Oh, yes - -  Tangerine LaBamba   Aug-29-09 07:20 PM   #45 
  - I wonder if part of the reason was because...  Spazito   Aug-29-09 02:48 PM   #11 
  - I think thats it , no character in a novel endured or enjoyed more.  orpupilofnature57   Aug-29-09 02:51 PM   #14 
  - I don't think he spent much time watching TV.  TahitiNut   Aug-29-09 02:50 PM   #12 
  - Tons of money.  PassingFair   Aug-29-09 02:50 PM   #13 
  - Then if you do have tons of money, you damn well BETTER do what he did with it.  calimary   Aug-29-09 02:54 PM   #15 
  - Don't think for a MINUTE that I wouldn't....  PassingFair   Aug-29-09 02:58 PM   # 
  - heck, if I had tons of money and a staff of people, I would do less, not more  angstlessk   Aug-29-09 02:58 PM   #17 
  - Exactly  itsrobert   Aug-29-09 03:22 PM   #25 
  - No matter how much money you have, it doesn't buy you more hours in the day  XemaSab   Aug-29-09 04:47 PM   #30 
     - well, you're absolutely wrong about that, xemasab  pitohui   Aug-29-09 04:57 PM   #34 
  - Perhaps he recognized that life is short  etherealtruth   Aug-29-09 02:57 PM   #16 
  - he was a Renaissance man  Shoelace   Aug-29-09 03:00 PM   #20 
  - That's a good way to put it. Yes, he really was!  EFerrari   Aug-29-09 04:50 PM   #33 
  - Genes, training, discipline, devoted, personal and government staff, caring, etc.  No Elephants   Aug-29-09 03:01 PM   #21 
  - If you wan't a job done fast, give it to somebody who's really busy  Xipe Totec   Aug-29-09 03:04 PM   #22 
  - I think it's optimism.  Jane Austin   Aug-29-09 03:38 PM   #26 
  - He had help  nuxvomica   Aug-29-09 04:38 PM   #28 
  - He delegated authority and was secure enough to surround himself with smart people  KittyWampus   Aug-29-09 04:49 PM   #31 
  - True....he challenged them to perform and they did.  blm   Aug-29-09 05:36 PM   #38 
  - Keith Olbermann just posed that question to Doris Kearns Goodwin.  gauguin57   Aug-29-09 05:49 PM   #40 
  - That's what I wonder too  Raine   Aug-29-09 06:31 PM   #42 
  - That's a very good question.  InvisibleTouch   Aug-29-09 07:26 PM   #46 

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