Monthly Archives: November 2012

What I Learned: November 30

First bullet point… Let’s just go ahead and get this out of the way. I learned Clemson sucks against real teams. They played two ranked teams this year and lost to both of them. South Carolina has now won four … Continue reading

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What I Learned: November 23

This song is embarrassingly catchy. It’s so bad, it’s good. Not to mention how awkward it looks when a grown black man is the only adult in a house-full of preteens at Thanksgiving. Make better life decisions, Patrice Wilson. I … Continue reading

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What I Learned: November 16

Perspective is a funny thing. On Tuesday, I wrote in my journal – “Days seem to be flying by. It’s good because that means I’m enjoying my job and life. But bad because I’m not getting a bunch accomplished. I’d … Continue reading

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“We The People” No More

Our country’s political arena is broken. Admittedly, this is fresh off of last Tuesday’s election in which “my guy” lost. At best, I’ll try to remove any bias from one party or the other. At worst, I’ll try to criticize … Continue reading

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What I Learned This Week: November 9

Our country is incredibly divided. It’s never been worse or more apparent in my life how far apart Americans are in their basic beliefs and ideologies. I’ll have more on this next week. Nate Silver. He’s a statistician who blogs … Continue reading

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What I Learned This Week: November 2

Argo was an excellent movie! Ben Affleck produced, directed, and starred in it. He’s turning into quite the Hollywood powerhouse after doing the same in The Town two years ago. During the credits, they compared photos from the actual events … Continue reading

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