I am currently a student at the University of South Florida, who works as a club promoter for local venues in the area. My home is a forty acre pine tree farm in a one stoplight town right outside of Gainesville. In short I'm just a Florida boy who loves anything in the water and lives by a quote from Isak Dinesen, "The cure for anything is salt water - sweat, tears, or the sea."
My twenties are approaching faster than i realized and i believe it is the time in most people’s life where they really begin figuring out their life. Obviously like most young people i am looking forward to turning twenty-one so i can finally buy alcohol… without using my fake ID. In all seriousness besides being able to gamble that birthday will not be near as exciting as turning twenty-five when finally after all these years of suffering my insurance payments will be reduced! Another great stepping stone is the excitement of graduating college and beginning my job search (like the thousands of other students graduating in 2014) for my perfect job that may possibly become a career. I will also be looking forward to my new ability to rent a vehicle if need be for a cross country trip. Along with the employment search is the tedious process of going on countless dates (which will seem more like interviews) and paying outrageous at some high class bar trying to a attract an overly self-confident almost unreal looking once-upon-a-time sorority girl, who at first seems deep and intellectual but more than likely will cheat on me with some “sup bro” guito she met at work whose biceps seem to pulsate with testosterone and anabolic steroids. This sequence might continue into my thirties but eventually ill get it right and learn to ignore women’s blatant unfaithfulness while still proclaiming everyday that i am the happiest man alive even though every ounce inside me knows it isnt true and thats how my twenties will go.
This is an interview of Donald Trump which was originally supposed to be about OPEC and oil prices, however it quickly gets off track and results in him speaking out about his opinion on the legitimacy of President Barack Obama’s birth certificate. In the video he shows a copy of his own birth certificate an questions the presidents reason for withholding these documents. Trump pointed out that the ones he had seen had a stamp but no cereal number or signature. Also telling that he spent over two-million dollars in legal fees trying to keep this story quiet. The last point he makes is about the phones call to his grandmother when she “mistakenly” says he she was there when he was born in Kenya but later states it was just a confusion. Ending it explaining that in many states one cannot even get a job with the certificate of live birth and that if he does not actually have an authentic birth certificate of the United States then he should not really be president. Along with reminding the audience how many people try to cheat the system so they can reap the benefits of being an American citizen.
This website shows a tip that i learned of about two years ago which i still use frequently whenever working on the computer. It is simply a shortcut for tasks such as copy and paste, so instead of using a right click of the mouse it is all done on the keyboard. This is performed by highlighting the selection then holding down the “ctrl” (control) button and pressing “c” to copy. To paste the copied item one should again hold “ctrl” and pressing “v.”
The song Here I Am by S.O.J.A (Soldiers Of Jah Army) is one that for a while has related to me and a girl from my hometown about how it is inevitable that we get together when i come home. The line “She don’t call me one and only, she just calls me when she gets lonely” perfectly describes our situation. S.O.J.A music is pretty chill for anyone who loves to just kick back and zone out.
This picture is of me and three of my Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity brothers at Panama City Beach for Spring Break 2011. From the left is Michael Duhig, Matt Gibson, Justin Ash and I. There were six of us in the hotel room with only three beds but everything was fine since we knew we wouldn’t be sleeping much. Every morning by around 11 AM we could be found on the beach with a cooler full of beer, and at night we went to night clubs like club La Velas, Sharkys, and Pineapple Willy’s. If we were going anywhere it was on foot because during no point during our vacation was anyone in our group okay to drive. It was a perfect getaway which I believe is necessary for college students across the nation to have a break from school and work. Spring break is important because it is a time to forget about the stresses that build up for college students and professors so that they do not become worn out or overloaded with their work. Without this short break so people can catch their breath I believe many students would become overwhelmed with life and spring break is just the relief they need.
I agree with this article that in the future colleges and universities will be much different all across the world. With the ever growing advancements in technology we most likely will not need to go to a classroom with a blackboard or even projected lesson with note-taking. Maybe the lessons can be learned completely through computers without even needed to leave your home. However i disagree with the statement that everyone will have a guaranteed job when the graduate college. The job market has been and will continue to be very competitive with the increasing population
This picture is of a Mahi-Mahi and was taken in the Florida Keys this past summer, it is a perfect representation of me because i love to go fishing and being out doors. In short, im down for anything that involves the water and the sun.
Viral videos are classified by their rapid spread through the internet either via email or on a video sharing website such as YouTube or bing. This viral video is called “david after dentist” and is simply just a recording of a young boy who had a tooth removed. The funny part is that the anesthesia has made him extremely delirious and he is full of funny comments like “is this gonna last forever?” The rise of viral videos has come about so quickly because in today’s world so many more people have access to the World Wide Web and when they see something that captures their interest they want to share it with their family, friends, and co-workers. It only takes a matter of two minutes out of ones day to simultaneously email their all peers about something that they have found. Viral videos have been said to give regular people their fifteen minutes of fame and it is for the most part true and can be seen just by looking at “David After Dentist” which as of right now has eighty-two million views. Whether or not this video made them famous it still was seen by an enormous group of people which most likely would have never seen David.