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Graphic novels as a form of art

Lately we’ve been learning about graphic novels in my English class. Contrary to popular belief, we have actually began to learn things that are relevant to English. Right now we’re reading this book about the Iranian Revolution in the late 70’s. For some reason we had to watch a 20 minute video beforehand that detailed … Continue reading “Graphic novels as a form of art”

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Cameras can be fun.

I’ve always been a camera person or ‘shutterbug’ but I’ve never had very good cameras.  Now with the advent of digital SLR’s, aka DSLR, I’m excited.  I bought my first one about 8 months ago and I can’t put it down.  My experiments in lens choices, exposure settings, and even software for adjusting and retouch … Continue reading “Cameras can be fun.”

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The $6000 car adventure begins

I don’t know why I feel like talking about this – but I really want to talk about it.  I bought a $6000 car the other day.  It’s a Volkswagen Jetta TDI.  If you know Volkswagen, you’d probably know that a TDI is a turbo diesel engined car.  VW is not the only car company … Continue reading “The $6000 car adventure begins”

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Our Workspace at Work

My buddy who owns a Hood Cleaning company in Denver Colorado asked me a question about working from home.  Michael’s never been to my house, but he was curious because I talk about how weird it is to run three companies out of a two bedroom condo. Funny thing is, we don’t even think about it.  We just … Continue reading “Our Workspace at Work”

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Something you did not want to see: Reading is important for success.

I always want to start with a statistic that I’ve read somewhere.  Kind of ironic for an article that says “Reading is important for success.”  I will find the statistic again to verify, but it basically says that somewhere over 50% of Americans never read a book after they graduate from high school. Personally, I … Continue reading “Something you did not want to see: Reading is important for success.”

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