Posts Tagged ‘career’

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Only the Middle Class Pays Taxes

August 14, 2008

I am slowly starting to realize that only the middle class pays taxes in the United States The big problem in this country is that the middle class continues to shrink and considering our countries deficit we will not be able to sustain ourselves much longer. Let me elaborate why they end up paying most of the taxes.

As fair warning some of the things being said in this article may offend quite a few people, so if you disagree feel free to comment.

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5 Reasons You Never Thought About To Start Blogging Today

February 7, 2008

I post 5 reasons for starting a blog after getting permission from the original source Alexander Tsatkin

Here are the top 5 reasons you never thought about to start blogging today:

5. Repository for Ideas -Tired of keeping all your ideas in notebooks and random sticky notes. Blog it and have it at your finger tips any time you need it.

4. Take Market Share from Google – As we know Google sucks for discovering new things, especially things that are not search engine friendly. By partaking in the blogging community you can pass on valuable resources that may never get ranked in google.

3. Educate Readers – Everyone has something they can teach others. Are you tired of people bugging you to show them the same things. Well write a post or start a blog about it and next time just give them the URL and save yourself some time.

2. Online Reputation Management – If you are single, someone looking for a job, or someone who is concerned with identity theft, then you should be starting a blog. A blog is a great way to manage your reputation online and protect your good name.

1. Time Capsule Effect– In 7th grade my teacher had the class do an exercise that I will remember forever. Some of you may have done this too. Basically we wrote a letter to ourselves into the future. We wrote down our hobbies, interests, our dreams, and who we wanted to be when we grew up. The teacher would wait till senior year of high school to send the letter. Imagine my reaction when I received that letter, I had completely forgot about the exercise, never mind what I wrote. A blog is a great way to lock a moment in your life to reference upon years down the road. 

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The 11th Hour : Reflections on the Documentary and My Life

November 16, 2007

I have lived in San Francisco for about 4 months now. Time has been flying by, and although I feel like I have done a lot since I have been here, when I reflect back on time it seems like I have only been here a week. There is a feeling of anxiousness that is building up in my body. I have become irritable to the point where it even shocks me. All the beauty I saw in this city when I first moved here has been replaced by the sight of bums and odor or urine. The other day I decided to go watch “The 11th Hour” at the Red Vic on Haight Street. It has finally put in perspective why these strange emotions have been bubbling up deep inside my soul.

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