Category Archives: Links

January 2017

  New Years resolution: Be more productive The new year started in downtown Fort Worth, Texas.  Typical new years celebrations at Sundance Square in the center of the city.  There is a lot more going on in downtown Fort Worth … Continue reading

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Finance, Drugs, Money, New York and AIDS.

Finance, Drugs, Money, New York and AIDS. Also young man from a blue collar family background determined to make it big with his American Dream.  Only one movie: I thought Wall st. was a pretty good film.  Oliver Stone grew … Continue reading

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2014 Latin America Trip Post Run Down

Just a overview of Blog Post from my 2014 trip to Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia. San José, Costa Rica La Fortuna, Costa Rica Around Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica The Most Ridiculous Border Crossing: San Jose to Bocas del Toros … Continue reading

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Links 10.27.2014

What I’m Reading: When It Comes to Beheadings, ISIS Has Nothing Over Saudi Arabia – “decapitations are routine in Saudi Arabia, America’s closest Arab ally, for crimes including political dissent—and the international press hardly seems to notice. In fact, since … Continue reading

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Ebola is Deadly

Link: Fist Ebola Caused Riot in the Developed World       Ebola Escape!  

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Links 5.6.2014

              What I’m Reading: ‘Nazi art’ hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt, 81, dies -German art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt has died aged 81, with no definitive answer on what will happen to his secret collection, which included … Continue reading

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Links 2.7.2014

What I’m Reading: No, Women Don’t Make Less Money Than Men -“The 23-cent gender pay gap is simply the difference between the average earnings of all men and women working full-time. It does not account for differences in occupations, positions, … Continue reading

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Links 2.2.2014

What I’m Reading: Earthlings unite to confront the asteroid menace -This should of been done years ago… Suspicious Virus Makes Rare Cross-Kingdom Leap From Plants to Honeybees -When HIV jumped from chimpanzees to humans sometime in the early 1900s, it … Continue reading

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Links 1.27.2014

What I’m Reading: How well does a minimum wage boost target the poor?  -Only 11.3% of workers who will gain from an increase in the federal minimum wage to $9.50 per hour live in poor households…Of those who will gain, … Continue reading

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Links 1.18.2014

What I’m Reading: Hiroo Onoda -Japanese dedication Eagle Scout. Idealist. Drug Trafficker? -Operation Marco Polo: FEDs group to take down Silk Road -“The success of Silk Road raised the prospect that the thuggish street drug dealer, the stock character of … Continue reading

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The Latest From Josh Barro

Interesting people you discover when browsing the internet.  Josh Barro is the Politics Editor for Business Insider.  These are his last three articles: “Some Of These ‘Communist’ Economic Ideas Are Actually Pretty Good“, “Here’s Why Edward Snowden Deserves A Long … Continue reading

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Links 1.7.2014

What I’m Reading: Group unveils Satan statue design for Oklahoma The failed handshakes of the French President Kabuki What I’m Watching: Why Michael Bay is a Director not an Actor ‘Aliens Exist’ Says Canada’s Former Defense Minister What I’m Listening to: … Continue reading

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