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Your Privacy is a Privilege – A Lesson from East Germany

Although college education has come under attack as of late, one valuable lesson from my university experience was studying overseas. Whenever I have the opportunity to discuss the merits of a college education, I always encourage students to consider studying… Continue Reading →

Financial Crash Survival Guide

As of this writing, which is in the tail end of August, it will be about 10 years since the financial crisis of 2008. We’ve been in one of the longest bull market streaks since then, although the pains of… Continue Reading →

The Downside of Fame – Do You Really Want to be Famous?

A major drawback of social media is that it connects us closer to others we don’t know. And by doing so, we are tricked into thinking we know these people intimately. This is why when we learn of the suicide… Continue Reading →

Education Reform – We Must Start Teaching Children About Finance, Savings, and Investing

This is the first part of a series of reforms I am suggesting for America’s battered educational system. I struggled with mathematics in school, especially in grade school where I simply didn’t get it. Partially this was due to poor… Continue Reading →

7 Helpful Tips for Playstation 4 (PS4) Battlefield Gun Master

I must confess that I’ve probably played far too many rounds of Gun Master on Battlefield 4 for the PS4 than I’d care to admit. In some ways I must be a glutton for punishment, as consistently going for the… Continue Reading →

Underappreciated & Lesser Known Movies of the ’80s

Once Upon a Time in America Any fan of spaghetti Westerns will immediately recognize Sergio Corbucci’s name on this Scorcese-eqsue, 3 hour long masterpiece. When you then discover that the score was done by none other than Ennio Morricone himself,… Continue Reading →

When the Internet Goes Wrong – Sovereign Citizens

How the Internet is Fueling Extremism in America The Internet has made it possible for nearly anyone to have a voice, which is something I wouldn’t want to take away. Like any advancement, be it technological or otherwise, this comes… Continue Reading →

My Travel Experience to Chișinău, Moldova – What is it Like to Visit Chișinău?

Being situated in Poland, travel possibilities in all directions are limited only by several hours. So on a whim, I opted to visit Chișinău, the capital of Moldova. Having done no prior research besides finding the location on a map,… Continue Reading →

Living In Eastern Europe – An American Perspective – Service

As far as customer service goes, America wins hands down. There simply isn’t a better place I can think when it comes to the level of respect, attention to detail, and thoroughness that Americans receive in all facets of life,… Continue Reading →

How You Can Really Make a Change

  I don’t really write in the format made for modern blogs, mostly because I don’t care who reads this. So I’ll avoid the single sentence paragraphs that are so common, these are simply my thoughts, oh well. I participate… Continue Reading →

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