Tag Archives: Berkeley

Small Rant.

I am in a ranty mood. Here is a small reason why: Walking to work this morning as I came out of the Bart station someone came up behind me and touched my shoulder. As I turned around, like as … Continue reading

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Commencing the pomp and circumstance.

I love that damn song. Serious, so haters be warned. I love it so much in fact, that I put an extended version above so you can listen to it for the entire time that you read this post. I … Continue reading

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A tale of The Lonely Island & a cool quarter of a million bucks.

The Lonely Island is a comedy troupe made up of three guys from Berkeley. I find them pretty damn funny. As a strange coincidence, their name always makes me think of my step-brother and his buddies who were putting out … Continue reading

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Somedays synchronicity takes over and makes my job a whole lot easier…

Monday was one of those days. A connecting principle Linked to the invisible Almost imperceptible Something inexpressible Science insusceptible Logic so inflexible Causally connectible Yet nothing is invincible Currently, I am teaming with my English teaching colleague on an interdisciplinary … Continue reading

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You Can’t Always Get What You Want… but if you try sometimes, you might find…

I just had a job interview. Yes… just like last year, I am in the Bay Area, where I want to be, and looking for work in the field I want to work in. Of course, this is unexpected [unexpected … Continue reading

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Leaving my Heart [and Finding my Brain] in the USA, Chapter 5: THE BAY AREA

Remember wealth is not always measured by how much money you have. You are a very rich person! ~ Ed Nowak Thinking that things might slow down a little bit for the final week of my trip home, I headed … Continue reading

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