Month: August 2008

I had to post this…

Ok, I just had to post this one. When I saw this quote, it made me laugh HARD…

“Information is moving — you know, nightly news is one way, of course, but it’s also moving through the blogosphere and through the Internets.” –George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., May 2, 2007

You gotta love the blogosphere, and the Internets……
This is one of the things I really like about this guy. I like the fact that he is not polished and can only talk if he is in front of a TelePrompter.…

WHAT????

This just makes me MAD. 27-year-old Daniel Savino decided to make an video game into real life. The problem was, he put 100s of other peoples lives in danger. If you watch the video, you can see the mother in the SUV running back to the vehicle twice to get her kids out. Then the SUV bursts into flames because of the stupid bullet bike driver.

And what does Savino have to say, he was having his own video game adventure.

WHAT A JERK….

Full story on KSL.com…

Lines…..

Lines… Lines… Lines….

Today I was driving and was passed by a HUGH double trailer dump truck. And it crossed my mind that the only think that was protecting me from it was a line on the road. That truck moving at 50 MPH in the opposite direction was only stopped from running head long into my car by a line on the road.

Then I started to think about other lines we have in our lives that protect us. Imaginary lines are used everywhere. We use them to define our property, counties, states and countries. They also define what …

Aluminium Olympic Metal

Why Aluminium?? It may not be a precious metal but it is a very useful and a recyclable metal. Just think, what have you used today that contained the element Aluminium? I bet that just were you are sitting, you can see something that has Aluminium in it. It is very easy to find, use, and refine. It is the perfect metal for an Olympic Medal. It is also remarkable for its ability to resist corrosion.

Who gets Aluminium?? I propose that we change the Olympics so that everyone that makes it to a final round that does not win …

Problem Solving – Between people

I was talking to a friend of mine today about change, and problem solving. He gave me some advice that I think can help anyone that is willing to listen, so I am going to post it here. When solving a problem, there are two different outcomes. And each of these outcomes can either be positive or negative.

First, CHANGE. One of the outcomes of problem solving is change. Change is defined as: To make something into something different. So the outcome of the problem solving can be change. But this change can be accoplished in two …