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Fat does not make you fat.

  • April 7, 2012

One word.  Two concepts. Macronutrient fat - (noun) any of several white or yellowish greasy substances,forming the chief part of adipose tissue of animals and also occurring in plants Overweight fat - (adjective) having too much flabby tissue; corpulent; obese: a fat person. One lesson - Fat does not make you fat. Why is this important?  Many people base their diets around the idea that eating fat is bad.…

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“Man of Character”

Rashad Brown. Rashad Brown is a burgeoning 23-year-old middleweight boxing contender heading into the prime of his career.  Boxers and trainers compare his look and style to a young Muhammad Ali with his lean, tall body, deft movement and smooth…

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The Spine of an Irishman

  • March 17, 2012

Of the Celtic values of honor, loyalty, hospitality, honesty, justice, and courage, Irishman are most known in my walking circles for their courage.  Think about it.  When you think of the Irish, what do you think about? - "Drinking."  Okay.…

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Interviewing (Part I – Introspection)

  • March 3, 2012

Over the last eighteen months, I've done a lot of interviewing and screening candidates for software engineering and project managements positions.  I'd estimate that I've performed over fifty phone screens and interviews.  In addition, I applied for a position as…

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Education – Allocating Resources Properly

  • February 25, 2012

This week Monsignor Bonner, my high school in Drexel Hill, PA, was granted a stay of sentence for at least another year. Bonner and many other high schools and elementary schools in the Philadelphia region were set to shut down…

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A Simple, Beginner’s Meditation

  • February 18, 2012

Meditation can bring greater health, learning, and productivity, so why doesn't everyone do it?  I'm going to postulate that people that do not meditate think you have to be a Buddhist Monk, the Dalai Lama, or Mr. Miyagi to do…

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