I, like many Americans, get a lot of spam mail. They're the normal call girls, magic pills to make me a million kinds of things, foreign royalty asking for financial assistance, etc. Another weird one that's come around are phony job offerings. Usually they're clumsy sequence of words that roughly ask me to accept weird … Continue reading Poetry in Life
With my own two ears the other day I heard one of the most common complaints about women: distracting attire. That day I went into work to do some classroom preparation before the school year starts. I’m not actually a real teacher, by the way. I’m more of a cheaper alternative to an actual paid … Continue reading Let Them Wear Shorts!
I hope your days are going well, and if they’re not then I hope they get better. Do you ever wish you were a more interesting person? I don’t mean personality-wise. I know quite a few interesting people. People who’ve travelled, people who have done extraordinary things, people who have remarkable talents that I could … Continue reading Trying to Keep Things Interesting
I need to start writing down my blog post ideas. Chester Bennington of the band Linkin Park recently passed away from suicide. As someone who grew up with his music, absorbing the messages he conveyed through lyrics, speaking to the desolate and depressed, it made me fell less alone in this world. Hearing the news … Continue reading I Still Have Hope
Now that I have your attention... Here I am, surfing the web, trying to figure out how to watch So You Think You Can Dance online for free as I don’t have access to a television (technically I do, but that’s a different story). As I’m searching away, enjoying a cherry Pop-Tart that tastes suspiciously … Continue reading You’re a Terrorist and Here’s Why
I think everyone can agree that happiness is one of the most difficult emotions to maintain. Just a general sense of peace is a struggle, let alone full-blown joy. But we can’t let dour emotions engulf our every move. The world continues to revolve and no matter how many rotations it makes, time alone cannot … Continue reading CrossFit: Happiness Edition
Have you ever made fruit caviar? I’ve started introducing the kids in my Science Club to molecular gastronomy and we’ve done a few things including fruit caviar. You basically take juice, agar agar, and boil it for a while before putting it in a food syringe and squeezing drops into chilled oil. It’s easy, although … Continue reading How Patriotic Are You?