Hey It’s me again, still unemployed. Which sucks and I quit. I quit not having a job. Hopefully the Michael Scott method works the same with employment as it does with bankruptcy. Update: it doesn’t, and now everyone at the Starbucks is staring at me. I have been trying to get a job post-graduation for… Continue reading I Trust God?
There has been a considerable amount of rhetoric in the media lately about concerns over how Facebook and other social media platforms will regulate and ultimately influence the 2020 election. Concerns stemming from foreign governments supporting networks of fake accounts to produce viral content that promotes their agenda. Which with the complexity and infinitely vast… Continue reading How did a Website go from Connecting College Students to Educating Americans on Presidential Candidates?
As the season changes over and the temperature begins to cool, I once again initiate my annual fall tradition of acquiring a fire pit. My first as a married man, but more importantly my first as a “more domesticated man.” Meaning I didn’t simply dig a hole in the ground and throw some bricks around… Continue reading I Like Big Fires and Cannot Lie
I have been living in Michigan the past few months and I just have to say this ain’t Texas y’all. I know a lot of you don’t read my blog for the intellectual scientific jargon I use to evaluate philosophical dilemmas in today’s society however, I could not find a simpler way to form my… Continue reading Ain’t In Texas No More
March 9th 2019 the day I got married. And like most married men I believed that this was the official end to the dating season of my life. And all those “skillz” I had acquired over the years of failure were vanity. And having the blessing of finding my wife as my lab partner in… Continue reading Job Hunting is Basically the Professional Form of Dating
1 – Scholarships: Now before you click away thinking this page has nothing to offer you just know that I too was in the camp of “here are the 100 reasons why I won’t get scholarships.” Your lack of confidence is justified because statistically most of y’all are probably the average American student. And being… Continue reading 10 Things I Did to Pay for College
During my senior year of high school, I never saw going to a four-year college as a real option. It wasn’t that I didn’t have the academic preparation, I took every AP class offered like a good little suburban white boy should (it was that or that fact that taking 3 AP classes my senior… Continue reading How I Graduated College Without Student Loans