A Magnificent Day

This past Saturday I was fortunate enough to attend the first ever music festival at U.S. Cellular, now Guaranteed Rate Field. It was an all day event that featured some of the biggest artists in the world, and brought them…

Lying is popular.

A few years ago I wrote about Adam Silver and the harsh penalties he brought down on then Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling for some comments that he made. The basis of that article was that authority rarely makes the right…

The Greatest Year in Sports

I think there’s an argument to be made that 2016 has been the greatest year of sports ever. I know that’s a pretty big claim, but there are events to back my claims. The first major title was captured by…

Test Try #2

In order to move forward at my current job I have to pass the nationwide mortgag e licensing exam. I’ve taken it once, and the first try was far from where I wanted it to be, and I didn’t pass.…

The Drive To work

I went a really large portion of my life never having to consistently drive a long way to work every morning. The closest I was ever to it was the summer before my junior year when I worked at FS…

I Failed

I took the mortgage licensing exam for the first time this past Friday, and like the title of this column states, I failed it. I didn’t fail it terribly, I needed a 75 to pass and I fell just short…

Lunch time.

I grew up in a school system that puts a really heavy emphasis on the lunch portion of the day. Schools build their entire day around the lunch period. There’s even lunch recess, until you get too old and they…

I Need to Know What?

I just graduated college, as mentioned in previous columns. That means I took and earned 120 college level credits. That was enough to earn me a bachelor’s degree. I know a fair amount about a very small sector of all…