Showing posts from 2018 changes the face of college education

When I first heard about and its claim that it allows students of all ages to finish their first year of college for free, I was expectedly skeptical.  However, after reading the information on the site, watching its videos and checking out its endorsements, I could clearly see that this program can save people thousands of dollars. For those who are still trying to figure out their career options, the site offers a lot of career information as well as the platform for users to get information on certain careers once it becomes available.  The sign-up process only takes a minute, and from there potential students can learn about the many courses -- all free! -- that can be transferred to over a thousand colleges and universities, with an expanding list of many more.  I recommend watching the site's introductory video here: . There are no hidden fees, and students can work at their own pace to complete courses.  Since

The World Cup... Eight Years Ago

LEARN HOW TO GET PROMOTED BY WELL-KNOWN TWITTER PEOPLE NATIONWIDE (oh, and learn how to become one of those people yourself):  CLICK HERE -- Eight years ago, I wrote about the World Cup.  I didn't know much about soccer beyond the basics then.  I still don't.  But with Spain losing an hour ago, I thought I would re-post this for those who are into this so-called "soccer" or "football," or "Spain." --- No More Goals July 13, 2010 .............................................................................................................. This year's version of the World Cup, a month-long tournament of soccer that ended in a championship by some country called "Spain," has left many soccer fans with a difficult dilemma: do they become productive members of society for four years, or do they simply wait around for the next World Cup to begin, hoping that their jobs will offer them a maternity leave for being mothers

I wrote this about curling (so that you can read this about curling)

I wrote this four years ago about curling.  Hey, if I don't copy and paste this now, I may as well wait four years.  Here goes: 2-8-14 I've tried a few different times to understand curling.  I bought a bag of cheese curls.  I found a bunch of those bugs that curl up into balls and tried to teach them right from wrong.  I even did what most people do when they need information: I used Wikipedia, which told me in its first line, "Curling is a sport in which players slide stones across a sheet of ice towards a target area which is segmented into four concentric rings."  Although I understand each of those words individually, I am having trouble figuring out the connection between those words and "sport."  I mean, by these standards, shouldn't ring toss be an Olympic sport?  Or how about horeshoes?  What makes these different from curling? Of course there are people reading this column who will claim to understand curling, but there is a nickname for