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The Reality Of College Students’ Sex Lives

Friday, October 29th, 2010

Not too terribly long ago, while waiting for class to start, some students were talking about their “crazy” weekend, and basically led on like every weekend consists of a huge drunken orgy.  The teacher rolled her eyes, and the guys started laughing. As I listened, I thought to myself, “I’d like to know what percentage […]

A Few Of My Favorite Quotations

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

I find it near impossible to choose a favorite quotation.   Every time I come across a good one, I store it away in my private catalog.  After browsing through all I’ve listed over the past six years or so, I’d have to say my all time favorite quote is this one, “Happy is the nation […]

What Are “You” Anyway?

Monday, October 25th, 2010

Just the other day, I wrote a post related to quantum mechanics and the observer.  In that post, I mainly discussed “other” observers.  I didn’t really talk about the most important observer of all — “you”.  The “I”.  “Me”.  People often say, “Everyone else may be a robot, but at least I know I’m alive.” […]

This is terrible…

Monday, October 25th, 2010

One out of every 34 Americans who earned wages in 2008 earned absolutely nothing — not one cent — in 2009. The stunning figure was released earlier this month by the Social Security Administration, but apparently went unreported until it appeared today on Tax.com in a column by Pulitzer Prize-winning tax reporter David Cay Johnston. […]

The Rent Is Too Damn High

Sunday, October 24th, 2010

I want a campaign button and bumper sticker.

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