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Month: June 2014

Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics

I’m really a very laid back personality, very little gets me worked up.  But I have opinions on a few topics. And don’t get me started about Macroeconomics. I have a few opinions on macroeconomics, and the CLEP exam, and how our country’s economy is in trouble.  But I’m going to remain passive aggressive on this, and just laugh at the cartoon above.  It pretty much sums up how “Macro” works! CLEP Test Update: I scored a 75% on my…

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Predictable Plotlines

Predictable Plotlines

One of my favorite things to do is write short essays on life.  Here’s my most recent thought path.     One night, a few weeks ago, we decided to go see the new Captain America film.  After adding in lots of friends, we had a group of over twenty people – sitting in the theater as the room went dark and the film began.  Later on that week, I discovered more people who had gone to see The Winter…

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Proud to be an American

Proud to be an American

This Year: Pray for our nation Research the candidates Register to vote Go vote! Wear your “I Voted” sticker I’m wearing a “I Voted” sticker on my shirt today.  My parents and two of my sisters also have these stickers.  At 8’clock this morning, our van rolled out of the driveway, headed to the local church where we vote.   We gave up an hour of our time today to drive and vote in the 2014 Primaries.  Why?  We’re just…

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