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irca 2011. Jim was a
friend. A lazy friend.
One day Jim, who
worked for me, came by the
office to pay a visit. You see
Jim was a nice guy, just lazy.
(Did I point that out already?)
On this particular visit we
were talking about the state of
my company and I mentioned
how I really needed one more
salesperson. After a few seconds he said, “Why don’t you
hire me?” Once the shock of
what he said wore off I decid-

ed to ask him one simple question, “Would you hire you?”
Without hesitation he smiled
and said, NO.
The good news is he
knew himself well, at least
when it came to his work
ethic. The bad news is that
while he knew this truth, he
did nothing to change it.
Think about it…
Do you live in a comfort
zone? One that repels change?

Picture this...

If so let me tell you there is a
brave new world out there.
One that will make us feel
comfortable and move us to
action and ultimately change.
After awhile, the comfort
zone can really stink!
Joe Pellegrino is an author,
speaker and consultant for Not
Just An Average Joe, LLC.
Have thoughts of your own?
Send them to joe@notjustanaveragejoe.com. ©2014
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•Bring your reluctant reader for a visit
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from 4-5pm. For grades K-5.
Registration is required. Call 973-8355044 or go online at www.riverdalelibrary.org.

•Spend less time cleaning and more
time reading at the Riverdale Library on
Wednesday February 11 at 1pm or
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FEB 13
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FEB 18
•Chinese New Year Celebration at the

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limited to 25 participants. Please call the
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supply the LEGOs! For grades K-5.

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•The Butler Public Library will be offering free tax assistance for seniors and
low-income residents on Saturday,
February 28 by appointment between
10am-2pm. Registration is required and
sign-ups are first come, first served. This
program is offered by our volunteers.
Space is limited to 15 participants. Sign
up at the Circulation Desk or call 973838-3262.

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February 11, 2015

“Investor Confidence is Up!”; “The Big Market Crash of
2015!”; “The End of the Middle Class in America!”
By Mark Charnet

T

hese were three headlines from three financial periodicals last
week that came across my
desk. They were written by
respectable writers with very
obvious strong opinions. Can
they all be correct and at the
same time? Invariably, history
has shown us that a good number of people hesitate to invest
at the bottom of the market,
thinking there is more room
on the downside. They wait
and wait as the market is moving back up showing sustained
upward momentum before
leaping in. They wait for the
headline that reads, “Investor
Confidence is Up” before getting off the fence and you
know what, they waited too
long! Then the second headline, “The Big Market Crash
of 2015!” headline makes the
front page of the paper and
these people knew that they
should not have gotten back
into the markets at that time.
Though they might lose a
small or a big fortune in the
crash, they feel vindicated in
their decision to wait, just not
long enough; instead of the
proper position of, “I never
should have left the market!”

Let’s talk about headline
number 3. “The End of the
Middle Class in America!” Do
you agree? Are families being
pushed into poverty or stepping-up to the wealthy class?

These are the only two possible directions upon leaving
the middle class. I’ve written
about inflation and the costs
of goods and services, taxation, both income and proper-

ty taxes in this column for
over seven years now. We
have all been witness to our
net disposable income being
whittled away by increasing
taxes, insurance premiums and
rising energy costs, we have
seen our grocery bill rise with
certainty and have known
people who were forced into
decisions of delaying their
retirement or move to a less
expensive State to live.
Savings rates have fallen from
8%, 20 years ago to the current rate of less than ½ of 1%.

Remember when a million
dollars was really a million
dollars and one could live like
a “millionaire” off of the interest that sum was able to generate? Forever!?

We were taught by our
parents and the public school
system to get a good job with
benefits and for that era might
not have been totally bad
advice; however it should
have been accompanied by
the lecture of live below your
means and save and invest at
least 10% of your earnings
outside and in addition to the
company plan. I do believe
the 3rd headline, that the
middle class will be forced into
living with their children and
children living with their par-

ents purely for economic reasons. Why pay two mortgages
and utility bills when only one
is necessary. A better lifestyle
is possible when combining
resources, where parents can

passing. There are programs
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There are programs available,
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travel knowing that the homestead is occupied, protected
and cared for by their children; and children can afford
to save and invest more for
their future, which, is not
optional in order to have a
retirement free from working.

I hope my column today
has given you pause to reflect
and ponder about your own
retirement portfolio. Would
the crash of 2015, or during
any year, fatally injure your
income? Can you afford to let
that happen? A long-term
care stay, at home or in a
home, has the potential to
severely injure a retirement
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purchase a traditional longterm care policy, but, is that
the best option today? I think
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Community Happenings
continued from page 2

Jacobia, Volunteer Girl Scout on
Saturdays, February 21, March 7, 21 &
28, from 12-1pm. This class will exercise
your mind and body through yoga,
meditation, and stretching. Health and
nutrition information will also be provided. Please bring a yoga mat and light
weights if you wish. This free program is
limited to 15 participants. Call 973-8383262, or stop by the Library to sign up.
• Read to Joey the Dog is a program is
geared for 1st or 2nd graders, or any
child who wishes to practice reading
aloud. Joey is a friendly, well-mannered
golden retriever who listens well. This
free program encourages children to
read in a relaxing, pressure-free environment. Limit 4 participants each
week. The program is on Friday,
February 13 & 27 and March 13 & 27
from 3:30-4:30pm. Register at the
Library call 973-838-3262 or www.butlerlibrary.org.
•Butler Library presents Kid’s Book
Clubs. Jr. Book Club meets Mondays at
5pm ages 5-8 years, and at 6:30pm for

ages 8-12 years. We read and discuss a
story together. The sessions run continuously throughout the year on specified
dates. Each child who participates
receives a free copy of the book when
we have completed reading the story.
Parents are required to remain in the
Library during the program. Visit our
website www.butlerlibrary.org, call 973838-3262 or stop in at 1 Ace Road.
•The first and third Wednesday is movie
time at the Butler Public Library at 2pm,

February 18 Atonement, March 4 “The
Secret Life of Bees” and March 18 “My
Sister’s Keeper.” This free program is
limited to 25 participants. Call 973-8383262, or stop by the Butler Library to
pre-register.
•Weekly computer classes for beginners
at Butler Public Library on Tuesdays
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open your eyes without seeing
a heart), overpriced flowers (it
does get ridiculous), chocolate
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Valentine’s Day, A simple reminder
continued from previous page

ered on something) approach
that is Valentine’s Day.
Whatever one may
think, in reality the day of
“love” is simply that; one day
out of the year that calls out
everybody and brings his
or her feelings to the
forefront. Whether single
or
committed,
Valentine’s Day makes
you think about loved
ones. Silly at times with
a little too much focus
on the material aspects
of it, February 14th is not
about giving or receiving
gifts, although lately it
has evolved to that. At
its core, Valentine’s Day
is about dedicating yourself unconditionally to a

loved one for 24 hours.
One may say that people
should always treat each other
this way and it’s true, but
unfortunately unrealistic. Too
many times we get caught in
the daily web of work, respon-

sibilities, and other frivolous
tasks that seem important on
any given day. Valentine’s Day
makes people check themselves and reminds them of
what is essential; why they
work hard every day and
night, and that is for the people we love.
If it were up to most of us
we would be on a beach somewhere not stressing about
tomorrow and loving today,
instead we work hard hour to
hour losing countless nights of
sleep, and we do it for the people we love. I do not see anything wrong with a day that
reminds us of that.
Happy Valentine’s Day,
make the best out of it.
Love ya!

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February 11, 2015

Brought to you by Dr. Matthew Krupnick,
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A safe Valentine’s Day for your pet

V

alentine’s Day is upon
us. This is a day to celebrate our loved ones
and show them we care. We
also have to take care of our
four-legged loved ones, as some
Valentine’s Day gifts and ideas
may be hazardous to our pets.
The most obvious warning is: Don’t let your pets eat
chocolate. Chocolate is one of
the traditional gifts on
Valentine’s Day but can be
very dangerous to pets, even
life threatening. The toxic
compounds in chocolate are
methylxanthines, mainly theobromine and, less importantly,
caffeine. The amounts of theobromine and caffeine vary
with the type of chocolate.

For instance, unsweetened
(Baker’s) chocolate contains 8
to 10 times the amount of
theobromine as milk chocolate. This is a very common
toxicity in dogs and seen less in
cats just by nature of their eating habits.
Clinical signs of chocolate toxicity usually occur within six to 12 hours of ingestion.
Theobromine affects the body
as a central nervous system
stimulant, cardiovascular stimulant, increases blood pressure
and nausea. Therefore, common signs of chocolate toxicity
are: vomiting, diarrhea, hyperactivity, tremors, seizures, fast
heart rate and, in severe cases,
death. If your pet ingests

chocolate, contact your veterinarian or poison control immediately for treatment. Also,
knowing the type and quantity
of chocolate ingested is helpful.
Another potential hazard
for pets on this ‘sweet’ holiday
is any ‘sugar-free’ gum or candy.
They commonly contain the
sugar substitute xylitol. Signs of
xylitol toxicity can be seen as
quickly as 30 minutes and causes a sudden drop in the body’s
blood sugar (hypoglycemia).
This may result in weakness,
depression, loss of coordination, seizures, coma and even
liver failure. Treatment should
be initiated immediately if
ingestion occurs.
Some holiday flowers,

though they are romantic, can
be toxic for your pet. The
biggest culprits are lilies. They
are highly toxic to cats, so
make sure your cats can’t get
near them, or choose a different variety of flower but not
tulips (the bulbs are the most
toxic). Amaryllis, daisies,
chrysanthemums or any flowers with thorns may be potentially dangerous flowers.
Leftover gift-wrapping or
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curious cats. Make sure all ribbons, bows and other wrapping are out of your pets’
reach and cleaned up. Cats
especially like chewing on
strings or ribbons which can
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touch on Valentine’s Day but
not to paws and fur. Don’t
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pets can easily be burned or
the candles could be knocked
over, causing a fire.
One last warning is not
to give pets as gifts. Puppies
and kittens are very cute and
cuddly but owning a pet is a
big undertaking. Purchasing a
pet should be done in a
responsible way and only after
a lot of research. If you’re
ready, you should consider
adopting a pet from your local
shelter. These steps can be

done together and are romantic and rewarding.
Have a sweet and safe
Valentine’s Day!
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2 large eggs
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 cup finely crushed amaretti
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alentine’s Day is synonymous with many
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who want to go the extra mile
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Valentine’s Day can make
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Beignets With Chocolate
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tact the Library at 973-838-3262 or
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•The Circle of Friendship, a non-denominational support group for the separated and divorced, meets at 7:30pm on
the first, third and fifth Thursday’s of
each month at St. Mary’s Church 17

Pompton Ave. Pompton Lakes. For further information call the parish at 973835-0374.
•Bereavement Support Group meets on
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•The Pompton Lakes Republican Club
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Things to consider before choosing a summer camp
continued from page 7

in early spring. The following
are a few things parents should
take into consideration when
seeking a summer camp for
their kids.
STAFF
The right summer camp
staff can make all the difference. Many children are
understandably shy when
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their friends from back home
might not be joining them.
That can make kids hesitant
to participate in activities or
less enthusiastic about those
activities. But a good staff will
know how to make kids feel
welcome, which should help
them come out of their shells
and make the most of their
summer camp experiences.
The quality of staffs can vary
significantly depending on the
camp, so it’s important that
parents ask camp representatives about their staffs before
making any commitments.
Ask how long the staff has
been together and the types of
training new and even veteran
staff members undergo before
the start of camp season? Does
the training include first aid
and emergency medical training and certification?
It’s also good to ask about
the vetting process the camp
employs before hiring new
staff, including the extent of
its background checks. Are

criminal background checks
conducted? How many references must potential staff
members supply to be considered for employment? A good
camp will be forthcoming with
answers to all of your questions, so eliminate those that
appear hesitant to share information about their staffs.
A DAY IN THE LIFE
When vetting camps for
kids, parents should ask what a
typical day is like once the season hits full swing. Many parents want their youngsters to
have a well-rounded experience, while others might want
their kids to attend a more
specialized camp, whether it’s
a sports camp focusing on a
particular sport or a music
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become better musicians.
Regardless of the type of camp
parents are considering for
their kids, they should ask
about what daily life at the
camp is like. Ask to see schedules and how strictly camps
adhere to those schedules.
When considering specialized
camps, ask the staff representative if kids will have the
chance to simply have a little
fun and which types of recreational activities are planned
to give kids a break from what
are often rigorous schedules.
CAMP GOALS
Another thing parents
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those attending summer camp
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Late winter is when parents should start looking at
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85 CHAPEL HILL TERRACE,
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sold for $675,000

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