Month: May 2010

Operation 52 – Week 2

    Well! I’ve managed to finish another book, although this time I’ve learned a few things a long the way that I’d like to share with folks. First is that, for those that don’t know, I work a minimum of 40 hours a week. If I was lucky as a leprechaun I’d actually get out by 40, I’m generally a few hours over that. So I’m cramming this reading into the time after work, dinner, and a...[Read More]

Operation 52 – Week 1

  Well I’ve finished the first week and am fairly pleased with the results! My reading speed is much lower than it once was but with practice I’m sure it will improve. I’ve extracted, what I think is, some interest data! So here I am to bring it to the foreground to all of you!   First we’ll look at the pages per minute achieved during each reading session. I got this data from writing d...[Read More]

Rico Examines “Arizona: A Final Thought”

  So I’ve discussed this many times across the internet but I’ve never posted about it here. So I feel now is a good time. There are four issues people have with illegal immigration that I would like to address. These are all of course Myths :). The first is that Illegal Immigration costs the nation financially. The second is that Illegal Immigration leads to higher crime rates. The third is ...[Read More]

Operation 52

  I am currently embarking on a journey that isn’t exactly monumental for most people. However I’m quite proud of it. I am going to read one book a week for 52 weeks :). So we’ll start this as week 1, even though I finished a book last week I finished it by the skin of my teeth. Month 1:   Week 1: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – J.K. Rowling (448 Pages / 64 Pages Nightly) ...[Read More]

Rico Examines “BP Oil Spill”

  So the estimate I’ve heard is that it will take 90 days to repair the BP Oil Spill, that is to say, it will take them 90 full days to drill a relief valve and stop the spill from pouring an unfathomable amount of oil (you honestly can’t fathom it legitimately) into the Gulf of Mexico.   I have to raise the flag on what appears to be BS from BP. I’m not here to strike a flint in hopes o...[Read More]

Over thinking It

To say that I over think things would be an understatement of such proportions that it would be far beyond a lie. It is something that keeps me up many nights and causes me to think about situations that all others involved have long since forgotten. I’ve noticed it all the more recently as I work on “the story”. (Now forgive me as I’m about to compare myself to a truly talented writer, this isn’t...[Read More]

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