Why Do Planets Spin?

There’s an old saying that goes something like this: “Love makes the world go ‘round.” And, while love does its fair share of work trying to keep the planet Earth intact (from human beings), I’m not so sure that it contributes to the rotational force of the planet. But, with the Earth’s “Energizer Bunny”-like stamina, … Continue reading Why Do Planets Spin?

Shaolin Warriors: The Legend Continues – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly! [Spoilers!]

I recently had the privilege of attending one of the performances of the Shaolin Warriors Theatrical production, and I have to say that this is a fun and entertaining event not to be missed. From theatrical martial arts to weapons to even the everyday lifestyle of meditation and learning, this theatrical group will definitely win … Continue reading Shaolin Warriors: The Legend Continues – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly! [Spoilers!]

U.S. International Travel – Something to Consider about “Processing Times” and Media-Induced Hysteria

*Note - I reversed publishing this. The whole article is here if you are so inclined. It was just too heated and too drama-induced of a subject matter. Sorry.  Meanwhile, it was based on this: "It is no doubt very desirable that we should hold out as many inducements as possible for the worthy part … Continue reading U.S. International Travel – Something to Consider about “Processing Times” and Media-Induced Hysteria

Does Every Dream Have Meaning? Narcolepsy Nights … revisited …

Narcolepsy is a mysterious disorder. For those who have mild versions, they know little about the full-scale consequences. Some folks have it so severely that they live with every side effect that interferes with sleep, exacerbates dreams into reality (and nightmares), and ruins lives. But, to me, the most interesting part of narcolepsy is the … Continue reading Does Every Dream Have Meaning? Narcolepsy Nights … revisited …

The Only Thing We Have To Fear Is … Apathy? A Look Into “Fuzzy” Corporate Ethics

I was recently engaged in a forum on Rovio.com, for one of their mobile games, Angry Birds: Transformers. While Rovio's applications are called 'games', they don't actually fit into this category. They are actually, 'time wasters'. There are a significant number of differences between the two (that I won't get into here), that justify not … Continue reading The Only Thing We Have To Fear Is … Apathy? A Look Into “Fuzzy” Corporate Ethics