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Maybe I could have handled it better…

A few years back when feeling “stuck” and unsupported in Springfield. My hometown. I spent a good part of my day literally running criminal elements (I have a much harsher word in mind) off our block corner. Men in their mid twenties to early thirties who moved in across the street and who were recruiting […]

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The Swiss are Right, Save the Lobster

OK, I’m for this law. And I happen to have a story that centers around a #Lobster, my #Stupidity and a Girl from #Switzerland I was trying to impress in High School. Back in the day, eating lobster was a sign of status. I had recently come into a little money, but I was only […]

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Reaching Inner-City Youth

I’m enrolling in a certification program, and they didn’t want my post-secondary transcripts, they wanted my HS transcripts. So I went to Commerce High yesterday. Everything has changed. Boy, now that I think on it, my class….and I won’t say which, was the last “free” class. No metal detectors, no cop on duty…these security firms […]

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I’m So Bloody Rude

I’m a bit of a snob, and very much a hypocrite when it comes to language. I like things to sound beautiful, even if that means I transgress on pronunciations and I become a bit of a jerk when it comes to people who pronounce words as if they’re in the throws of death. Maybe […]

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Three Degrees of Separation, Emerging Obstacles for Start-ups

I have been working in the domain and web space for 20 years. I will venture to say, there are three degrees of separation between most Adverstising Networks, and the multimillionaires they produce. Most people are connected by six degrees of separation. Meaning, six people I know, connect me to any other person on the […]

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All that Glitters is Not Bitcoin

About six or seven years ago, I set out on my journey to mine Bitcoin. That was when many were transitioning from mining on graphic card processors to ASICS. I put out an APB with all my friends to help me buy a Bitcoin Miner (you needed the best and fastest) but nobody could find […]

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300,000 People in the US Contract Lyme Disease Every Year

According to the CDC, 300,000 Americans contract Lyme Disease yearly. I’ve been suffering from the disease for several months, and was diagnosed and began treatment only a  month ago. Funny, now I want to get on the #Maxiclimber like it’s going out of style. I think this sickness has shown me the value of exercise […]

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Fingerlings by WowWee poised the hot toy for Christmas 2017

Cute, like beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and Fingerlings is a great example. They are little interactive dolls that hug your finger, chirp, make monkey sounds, and even at times mimic flatulence…which, I must say…it kinda funny. Each doll is smaller than, say, your hand, and they are normally in the form […]

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Project ‘Black Money’

It may sound like the latest Hip-Hop Hit, but details of the Air Force’s Project ‘Black Money’ are coming into focus. Seems the Pentagon allocated $22 Million, between late 2008, until 2012 to investigate UFOs under the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, which contracted the research throught Bigelow Aerospace, which in turn hired other subcontractors. […]

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Is a Market Correction Ahead?

I believe in free markets, wall street and investing. Capitalism isn’t perfect, but it’s all we have. But there is a problem with it, when the pundits on #CNBC blindly gives a tax cut to the top .10 of the top 1%, bloating our deficit by 1.5 trillion, while punishing states that contribute the most. […]

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