Archive | September, 2009

How Smart Are You?

Posted on 17 September 2009

Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? is one of television’s most popular game shows.  But, the show merely tests factual knowledge.  Intelligence, however, is much more than knowing a few facts.  It establishes abilities to reason, plan, think abstractly, solve problems, comprehend ideas, use language, and learn.  In an effort to establish the intelligence […]

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Today’s Technical Wonders

Posted on 16 September 2009

In our rapidly advancing world, technology, like Prometheus, has become unbound.  Surgeries performed with robots, human thought waves navigating wheelchairs, and stem cell research sparking medical miracles are but a few of the wonders no longer on the horizon but in our very laps.   “Necessity is the mother of invention” or so goes the […]

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America, Your Expiration Date May Have Arrived

Posted on 15 September 2009

Nothing – in the history of the world – conceived, engineered, built, or otherwise created by Man has any real permanence.  All of Mankind’s towering achievements are subject to inevitable decay and destruction.  Whether a structure, philosophy, society, or form of government, each is inherently flawed by the limited thinking and understanding of its creator(s); […]

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The Pros and Cons of Sucking Up and Slacking Off on the Job

Posted on 14 September 2009

A perversion of Albert Einstein’s famous theory states, “All things are relative.”  Indeed they are, and people’s attitudes toward work are no exception to that concept:  business environments breed various types of employees.  Despite my many years of gainful employment, it is two specific categories of worker that keep me scratching my head.  These are the […]

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Remember Pearl Harbor: A Biocrime Victim’s Tale

Posted on 12 September 2009

The article that follows was written by the victim of an ongoing biocrime.  It is published here in the hope that it may ultimately filter down into the hands of someone with the intelligence and capacity to help.  The article, unfiltered, is as follows:   Surprise, when it happens to a government, is likely to […]

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All Puns Intended: Some of My Favorites

Posted on 12 September 2009

I like puns, don’t you.  The following are some of my favorites:   Two antennas met on a roof, fell in love and got married.  The ceremony wasn’t much, but the reception was excellent.   A set of jump leads walk into a bar.  The bartender says, “I’ll serve you, but don’t start anything.”   […]

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Prime Professional Office Space

Posted on 11 September 2009

Desirable professional office space on U.S. Highway 22 in North Plainfield, NJ   Situated in the heart of the Route 22 commercial and retail corridor, you will find this immaculate professional building housing attorneys, physicians, financial professionals, and various other small business enterprises.   Prime space available includes 2,000 square feet on the main level, […]

In the Name of God

Posted on 11 September 2009

“I’ll see you later” is a phrase uttered millions of times daily throughout the United States.  Implicit in the phrase is a confidence that all is well and that the speaker will actually be able to fulfill the promise of “seeing,” at a later time, the individual to whom the phrase is spoken.   Eight […]

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Very Interesting!

Posted on 10 September 2009

I received this in my email.  Uncertain of the author or the factual accuracy of all of the information presented, I nonetheless find this to be most interesting.  Please read this to the very end!   The Garden of Eden was in Iraq.   Mesopotamia was the cradle of civilization, which is now Iraq.   […]

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A Reverse Mortgage: Is It Right for You?

Posted on 10 September 2009

For many older Americans, the dollar value of the equity in their homes rivals or even supersedes investment and retirement savings.  Traditionally, for those wishing to tap into the equity in their homes, there were only two options:  sell it or borrow against its value.  Today, for senior citizens (62 and older), there is a […]

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