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Five things not to take for granted in 2012

Happy new year everyone. May 2012 be the year where all your dreams come true. How many things do we just flat out not appreciate anymore? We flip the light switch and the room better be lit. We open the … Continue reading

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Another (good) article on the benefits of college education (NYT)

I have written many times on the benefit of post-secondary education. I came across a nice article in the NYT this morning and wanted to share. Yes the economy blows right now and yes its frustrating to push papers – … Continue reading

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Ryan Giggs – how could you?

Ryan Giggs. The epitome of loyality, the embodiment of commitment, the archetypical professional. Ryan Giggs, a welshman, has stood by his country through thin and thinner. Wales has never made a major tournament in his career, nor have they really … Continue reading

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A note on clean plates and clean consciences

I apologize for the lack of activity. If its any consolation, there will be very exciting things on the horizon that I will update as they materialize. Today I came across an article on CNN detailing the amount of food … Continue reading

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The Frustrations of the Educated and Unemployed American

I came across this article this morning and wanted to share it. While we are looking at the protests ongoing in the Middle East and North Africa the spark was a frustrated youth population increasingly disgusted with politicians disconnected with … Continue reading

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Nuclear Energy – why we aren’t prepared to live without it

My heartfelt condolences goes out to all those families have been affected by the tragic events that have unfolded recently in Japan. In this post I am NOT taking lightly the nuclear problems ongoing in Japan. While conditions have not … Continue reading

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MENA: Part I

The Middle Eastern and North African protests are still the front page of the news for ten weeks. Where and when will it end? Will we see violent protests reach China and Iran? What began in Tunisia in December quickly … Continue reading

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