Category Archive: Deep Thoughts

Apr 02

Facebook: The Final Frontier

Your job, or your password? With the unemployment rate still high, potential employees are being put through a hiring obstacle course by their prospective employers.  The latest trend is a request for your facebook password.  Not your username, your password. Why?  According to a recent poll, 95 percent of employers say they use social media sites to ferret …

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Jan 16

Coming Out of the Tardis (Pt. 3)

The Tale of a Sci-Fi Soldier My battle buddies don’t ask, and I don’t tell.  It’s an uncomfortable situation, but it’s worked out so far.  Unfortunately, most people in my unit will never know the “real” me. Other Soldiers may know that I don’t like to drink Monster energy drinks, but would rather drink tea (well, …

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Dec 26

Confessions of An Online Gaming Addict

Would You Like To Play a Game? Well, this is something I thought I’d never be writing about—I’m not exactly the gaming type.  I don’t subscribe to gaming magazines, I don’t know what the next “big thing” is, and I watch G4 to see people trying to be ninjas…not to find the secret bonus disco bat …

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Aug 15

The New American Aristocracy

"Money is not the root of all evil…ignorance is the root of all evil. People do cruel and foolish things for money because they feel oppressed by a sense of lack…” – Alan Cohen If the rich would be kings… They should by start acting like nobility. Back in medieval times, there was a concept …

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Jul 24

America’s Population Problems…

Culling the Human Herd According to Science Daily, the world's most pressing environmental issue isn't global warming: it's overpopulation.  From the moment the very first Homo-Sapien climbed down from a tree, it took all the way until the end of the 1800's for humanity to reach its first billion… Related posts:Anthropology? Not a science? Fine, …

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