Monthly Archives: April 2010

Hope for the Future of the Children

During my shift tonight, I had the pleasure to have an hour-long conversation with one of our guests.  She was an especially impressive young lady who is studying to earn a degree in Criminal Justice.  After she finishes her studies, … Continue reading

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The Butterfly Effect: An Exploration of Chaos Theory Themes within Ray Bradbury’s “A Sound of Thunder”

When Ray Bradbury first penned his short story “A Sound of Thunder” in 1952, the terms “chaos theory” and “butterfly effect” had yet to be coined.  He knew nothing of the science of nonlinear dynamics, yet he managed to portray … Continue reading

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Eagle View

Just wanted to drop a quick little note out to everyone.  The words you are reading were written by the newest member of the Eagle View, NWACC’s student run newspaper.  I will be reporting on the illustrious sporting programs of … Continue reading

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Who Dat Gonna Drive Me Crazy?

Editorial Note:  A piece that I started back in February after the Saints won the Super Bowl.  I found it on my old blog, polished it up, and now here it is for your viewing pleasure. If you have never … Continue reading

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Tinseltown Talk Vol. 1

Editorial Note:  This is a column that I’m going to experiment with to see how well it goes over.  Its possible inclusion as a regularly appearing feature will depend solely on reader response. The list of stories I’ve selected for … Continue reading

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Book Content Question

Just a little question I’ve been pondering for awhile…  For those of you who have teen children, would you let them read a book in which one of the obstacles the heroin is trying to overcome is being raped at … Continue reading

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Red Velvet Cake: The Experiment

On my wife’s and my last trip to the grocery store — Oh, who am I kidding, we live in Bentonville, Arkansas.  We don’t go to grocery stores.  On my wife’s and my last trip to Wal-Mart, we were walking … Continue reading

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Predictions for the 2010 MLB Season

Like every other sports journalist on the planet, I decided to get my predictions for the upcoming baseball season on record.  So, without any further delay, I present to you how I foresee the 2010 Major League Baseball season playing … Continue reading

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A Great Day to be a Guy

Usually the first Monday in April is a day to be loathed by wives across the country.  It marks the end of the college basketball season and the beginning of the major league baseball season.  The NHL and NBA are … Continue reading

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I’m Sorry, Lindsay…

About three weeks ago, I commented on Lindsay Lohan’s egotistical claim that the baby Lindsay in the E*Trade ‘Milkaholic’ commercial is a slandering characterization of her. She filed a lawsuit in the amount of $100 million for defamation of character. … Continue reading

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