Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Top 10 Things You Can Expect to Hear Before and After Your Trips Abroad

By Andy

Traveling abroad is both liberating and rejuvenating, even after the trip has concluded. If you’ve read my tips on what to do between trips abroad, you’ve got some useful advice, a lot more useful than a bag of M&M’s in a brushfire. What you should also know about is what to expect to hear before and after your trips. That's right, your friends, family, colleagues and acquaintances are going to inquire about your travels, and not all of them are going to be supportive of your endeavors. If you're a neophyte to traveling abroad, you'll need to be prepared for numerous inquisitions; it's all part of taking the high road.




Friday, July 4, 2014

6 Reasons Why America is NOT "The Land of the Free" - A 4th of July Special


My 4th of July special article:

I don't understand something. Why are Americans celebrating their "freedom" on the 4th of July? America is one of the least free countries in the world. Americans are so brainwashed. It's crazy. This is just typical mind control designed to pacify the sheeple and human cattle with false ideas.

I don't think even most Americans believe that America is a free country anymore. That's a myth that is way outdated by now. But people still chant it to be cool, and the corporate media still propagates it of course, because their job is to promote the views of the establishment. So perhaps I'm beating a dead horse with this article.


Thursday, June 26, 2014

Does Buddhism make one less human and less alive?


Coming from a devout Buddhist family, I've been exposed to Buddhism for many years. I've also studied it during my research into religions and search for truth. But after doing some reflecting, pondering and analyzing of Buddhism lately, I have some new observations and critical questions that I would like to share and elaborate on.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

It's Not How You Start, It's How You Finish. The Season is a Long One.

By Andy

Happy summer solstice! By now, schools are out for the summer, graduation ceremonies are taking place or have already taken place, Memorial Day, the U.S. holiday that traditionally kicks off the summer season, has passed, and some people are already enjoying their summer vacation or have made plans for the summer. This got me to thinking about certain seasons or quarters not only in sports or in financial terms, but during the entire year. I got to thinking how deceptively long a season can be. Then the affirmation dawned on me that it doesn't matter how you start a season, a game, an academic semester a workday or even a trip, it's how you finish it.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

The deep emptiness in America that no one dares to talk about - My lecture to two guys at Subway today

      


Tonight I went to eat at Subway here in Phoenix. There were two black guys there. I was afraid they might mug me.

But after a while, we started talking about how the sugar in the sodas there were unhealthy and then I gave them my deep spiel about the problems in America.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Assisted Living in Phoenix at Razinn Care Campus - Review

Note: This is not a paid endorsement or advertisement. It is a personal endorsement and review.

During my 2006 road trip through the beautiful Southwest USA, I saw many spectacular sites and met some wonderful people along the way.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

My Perspective on Brain Drain

By Andy

It has been a year since I left my last job. It wasn't an easy decision since I had been with the company for 12 years, and to put an end to the chapter was a shock to the individual and collective conscience. However, this decision was a necessary one because of a downward spiral in a department and company that had so much potential yet to be met. On the surface, I hated my job, but in reality I ended up hating the majority of my co-workers and management who "chased me off" with their hostility, poor conduct and perpetual bad decisions. The resulting negative atmosphere and defeatist mentality caused me and other top performers to leave and take our talents elsewhere; this mass exodus more popularly known as brain drain.


Saturday, May 17, 2014

Dennis Hof: Criminal Owner Complicit in $1500 Scam and Swindle


Right: Dennis Hof, criminal owner complicit in the $1500 scam and swindle at his Moonlite Bunny Ranch.

Dennis Hof is now a criminal scumbag owner of a scam and highway robbery business known as the Moonlite Bunny Ranch. The girls at his Bunny Ranch clearly scammed and hustled me, extracting $1500 in the process, as explained in my story here. When this story was sent to Hof, he ignored me and did not care. I guess to him, people committing crimes and scams on his business is ok. That makes him complicit in the criminal activity going on at his business, and thus a criminal scumbag owner.

Monday, April 28, 2014

The American job market is now like its dating scene

By Andy


Today's American job market is now like the American dating game. It is frustrating, discouraging, and a joke. The eerie similarities are rather alarming. Just like too many men are competing for too few women, more job seekers are applying for increasingly fewer jobs than ever before. This is a sad, and quite pathetic reality to face.


Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Brian Nuestro: Scammer Alert! Do not trust him! He cheated $1000 from my aunt!



Above: Brian Nuestro, a guy in Las Vegas who scammed $1000 from my aunt.

This is a warning and scam alert regarding Brian Nuestro. His photos are above. If you are considering getting involved with him or doing business with him, then please heed this warning about him.


Monday, April 14, 2014

On Another Level

By Andy

“Man, when you take a vacation, you take a VACATION,” exclaimed my friend, after learning I just arrived home from a month in Ukraine for the Euro 2012 tournament. To him, this was unfathomable because his version of a vacation was a weekend in San Francisco or Los Angeles. With the exception of once going on a week-long Alaskan cruise with his wife, he had never ventured too far from his comfort zone. It could be a fear of visiting another country, lack of finances or simple laziness in failing to get a passport, his world consisted mostly of working, coming home and plopping down on the couch to enjoy satellite television. That, combined with occasional trips to places like Disney Parks, Hawaii or Sedona, Arizona, satisfies most people, but others have a different set of standards, and hence, take it to a whole new level.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Return of the Jedi: The most logically flawed movie ever made!


The third movie in the original Star Wars trilogy, Return of the Jedi, has got to be the most logically flawed movie ever made. There are more logical errors in it than Swiss cheese. Nothing made sense in this movie. Lucas must be horrible in logic. It must be his weak point. I also consider it the worst of the trilogy. Anyway, let's begin...