Archive for August, 2011

The Tragedy of Losing Someone Young Finding Beauty in Death

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

After my mom’s death almost two years ago, I realized that death can be beautiful. Watching someone that we love die is sad and unbearable, but death has a way of bringing the best out in people.

The human spirit of those who survive is somehow renewed after a death of a family member or friend. I think this is why so many people celebrate after a person’s death, honoring their loved one’s life. (more…)

Critical optimism

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Brigham agrees the lack of standards will cause problems for the technology at the outset: “It’s a lot of work to code XML and [create a DTD]. Until there are standards that everyone can agree on, many companies won’t think it’s worth the effort.”


What can you Expect to See Post 2

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

This season, there seems to be even more studmuffins for the women to drool over. And I think this is a great thing, because the way I see it, if I’m with a babeness and she’s all flushed and excited, I really don’t care who she’s flushed and excited about as long as she’s with me because this’ll probably lead to me getting some action. It’s all good. That’s what I think. It is all good. (more…)

What can you Expect to See Post 1

Monday, August 8th, 2011

What might you expect to see with the new Survivor Africa? I discuss the babeness factor, the terrain, the wild animals, and much, much more! It’s all good.

Baseball was big when I was a kid. I played at Antonia Khoury League, which was a very large cornfield in Missouri converted into many ball diamonds. I remember all-day tournaments in the heat of the sun, no trees to provide shade – nothing but the sound of bats hitting balls, people cheering, and plumes of dust as the base runner slid into second. For those on the field, a welcome cool gust of air also meant breathing in the dirt and digging the dust out of their eyes. (more…)

Cell Phones Not Tied to Any Cancer

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Big Danish Survey Finds No Spikes in Cases

The largest study yet on cell phone use finds no link between the gadgets and brain cancer — or leukemia or cancers of the salivary glands, nervous system, lungs, bladder, breast, skin, mouth or any part of the body.