Tagged: killing the breeze

My Final Thoughts on the TomorrowWorld Disaster

This past weekend, Tomorrow World hosted it’s 3rd festival in upstate Georgia, tucked away in Chattahoochie Hills in the middle of nowhere. The prior years were nothing but success and a weekend of good vibes, but this year took a drastic plummet from a weekend of paradise to a weekend of...

I Got You: NFL Week 3 Investment

10-2 is a great way to start the season. Remember, it only takes 52.4% winners to break even in sports investing at the standard 11 to 10 odds (that’s 11 wins and 10 losses, which is 52.4%). That is, 52.4% is the cutoff for earning profits. A noticeable return is...

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My Interview With Donald Trump

I recently got a chance to ask a question on entitlements to GOP frontrunner Donald Trump, one of many issues that he has yet to explain his position on with any depth at our alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania.   Me: Thank you for sitting down with me  ...

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I Got You: Week 2 Fantasy Recap

We’re in 8 leagues. These are our thoughts week to week. Fantasy Record through Week 2: 4-12   Quarterbacks Rodgers, Jameis and Romo are our quarterbacks. 2 out of 3 were serviceable per usual. Obviously Romo being out hurts, but we are low on quarterbacks or high on all quarterbacks...

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The U.S. Constitution Must Be Different From Ben Carson’s

On NBC’s Meet The Press, GOP Presidential candidate Ben Carson was asked whether a president’s faith should matter.   “If it’s inconsistent with the values of America, then of course it should matter,” he said. “But if it fits within the realm of America and consistent with the Constitution, no...

Week 2

I Got You: NFL Week 2 Investment

It only takes 52.4% winners to break even in sports investing at the standard 11 to 10 odds (that’s 11 wins and 10 losses, which is 52.4%). That is, 52.4% is the cutoff for earning profits. A noticeable return is made at 55% (5 wins and 4 losses). Our goal...

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A Working Understanding of Privilege

Police in Texas arrested 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed of Irving for building a clock. Ahmed has a keen interest in robotics and engineering, and put the device together on Sunday. He took it to school the next day, was pulled out of class, interviewed by police officers, and taken in handcuffs...