Archive For The “History” Category

The End of the World is Near or is it?

By | December 20, 2012

Many have suggested that the end of the world will come tomorrow when the Mayan long count calendar ends on December 21, 2012. However, many groups are also increasingly starting to hedge their bets, based on a more recently discovered Mayan calendar. Some are suggesting that they will simply receive greater power from the magnetic […]

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What Happened to The History Channel

By | July 2, 2011

This is good, while the History Channel has gotten fairly entertaining lately, it seems like they have forgotten a lot about the ‘Hstory’ part. Don’t get me wrong I am all for making history enjoyable and entertaining, but watching some of these shows on the History Channel lately seems to yield nothing more than entertainment. […]

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The Apple iPhone

By | July 19, 2009

The recent release (June 19) of the Apple iPhone 3GS (I’m sure we have all seen the commercials and advertisements for Apple’s newly updated version of the iPhone) has an innumerable amount of what the iPhone calls “apps” (features). The various apps allow you to perform different functions such as listening to music, recording videos, […]

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Focus Marketing Seminars

By | August 16, 2008

I am currently attending a Focus Marketing Seminars event in DC and really enjoying the DC area. I am learning some useful information, but much of it is very familiar such as the fact that bad news sells. So for bad part there have been a number of speakers selling things, which I simply have […]

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Hall of Fame*?

By | July 9, 2007

With the whole scandal that Barry Bonds has become embrolied in many people are forgeting one of the greatest players of all time, Roger Maris. Why? Most likely because he isn’t in the Hall of Fame. And to tell you the truth I think its a shame that he isn’t. He is the only player […]

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777 follow up

By | July 7, 2007

I hope that your 7/7/7 is going well and I just wanted to leave you with a special list related to the number seven: First it was Mickey Mantle’s number Seven is the number most likely picked when asked to pick a number between 1 and 10 It is the optimum hours of sleep for […]

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Can Anyone Challenge Wikipedia?

By | March 26, 2007

We all know of the world’s greatest source of information, Wikipedia. Students begin (and sometimes end) all research on Wikipedia. Any one with a medical disorder goes to the site to get their prognoses. If you want to know what a Billiken is you go to Wikipedia. (Go search what a Billiken is anyway, it […]

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Flip-Flopping in the World

By | March 2, 2007

I believe flip flopping is just a natural result of the passage of time and the maturing of a candidate. Everyone makes mistakes, and as people mature it is reasonable that they may change their mind. For example, all those that voted for the war prior on the basis of WMD’s could claim that by […]

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Judge Judy Watch Out

By | February 26, 2007

…be it as it is this case has been spotlighted in the news (especially by Larry King) for the past couple of weeks. Therefore, we should try to extract out of it what is useful for our betterment, both as a nation and as individuals.

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Time Magazine person of the year is you!

By | December 20, 2006

You heard right You are indeed time Magazine’s Person of the Year. Now that you know you may be wondering how you are Time Magazine’s Person of The Year. This year time decided that no one person had the greatest influence upon society, although they acknowledged all these influential people such as President Bush, Vice […]

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