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Jan

#firstworldproblems

Posted by in Just For Fun

If you live in the US, you have definitely experienced a plethora of First World Problems.  In fact, if you represent the middle and upper classes of society, the vast majority of your daily problems are probably first world problems.  According to KnowYourMeme.com, First World Problems are defined as “frustrations […]

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6
Jan

Ode to the McDonald’s “Holiday Pie”

Posted by in Musings

Everyone has their own little guilty pleasure that they love about the holidays – the kind of thing they wouldn’t admit to in mixed company. Like a secret love of popular musicians doing cruddy holiday specials, or an eagerness to finally get to drink eggnog without looking (too) weird. This […]

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29
Dec

What’s your language of love?

Posted by in Intriguing, Questions

While at a high school leadership program alumni dinner, I was talking to one of the program directors about the 5 Languages of Love.  Not to be confused with the romance languages, the languages of love refer to the ways we communicate love and affection.  Different people will communicate differently, […]

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29
Dec

Rubix Cube Solver

Posted by in Musings

Everyday, it seems computers and robots are continuing to encroach more and more upon on things that were traditionally reserved to human capabilities.  Some inventors just created a rubix cube machine that can take any randomly mixed up rubix cube and solve it seconds!  The video they show demonstrates the […]

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25
Dec

45 Most Powerful Images of 2011

Posted by in Intriguing

I’m a big fan of “year in review” content that is littered all over the internet this time of year, and this one is one of the most profound and moving ones that I came across.  The 45 most powerful images of 2011 recaps the unforgettable moments of 2011, with […]

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21
Dec

Anironic – The opposite of Ironic

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Irony is a concept that is well established in our society.  Movies, television shows, theater and novels constantly employ them to provide comedic and/or dramatic value.  Through it’s employment, it evokes stronger emotional reactions of sympathy.  Just as a reminder, irony is defined as “the expression of one’s meaning by […]

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24
Oct

Eating Other’s Food – When is this allowed?

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The other day I was enjoying McDonald’s french fries, and my friend asked, “Can I have one?”  I responded, “Dude, you don’t have to ask, they’re just fries.”  Naturally, at least in my mind, it got me to thinking what are the basic requirements for food that qualifies it as […]

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29
Sep

Amazon’s 11 new Kindles

Posted by in Best Of, Intriguing

Hey! The new Kindles came out! So many options! And they’re all way cheaper than I thought they would be! And after seeing them and reading about them, I like them way more than I thought I would! WOW! …So after that excited introduction, the back story is that since […]

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21
Sep
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Guys are Stupid and Girls are Crazy

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Yep, I said it….and I absolutely mean it.  And for emphasis, I’ll say it again….”Guys are stupid and girls are crazy.” No one can doubt that the two genders are inherently different.  We are wired differently, in fact there is indeed scientific evidence supporting this claim.  From a behavioral standpoint, we […]

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19
Sep

Ode to Audiobooks

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I still remember to this day the first audiobook I ever heard–Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.  My friend and I were driving in his car to grab dinner, and the book came on the radio to my surprise.  I instantly started laughing and began berating him for being […]

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