Sports

How and when I knew France would win the 2018 World Cup

3 minutes, 48 seconds

I know many of you are thinking it’s easy to say you knew who was going to win after they already won. That’s fine. But if you want to learn more about probability, I suggest you read the article.

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Entertainment

Why everyone should play graphic adventure games

5 minutes, 32 seconds

Growing up my favorite games to play on a computer were point and click graphic adventure games. The first computer I had was a Packard Bell with Windows 3.11.

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Sports

Remembering Gianna and Kobe Bryant

13 minutes, 16 seconds

When I was a teenager I used to watch all the major sports religiously. I was there every night in my parent’s house intently watching a sporting event, usually while bouncing a ball off the wall. I made it a point to watch every Chicago Bulls game I could.

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Entertainment

Disney plus is pointless and a bad omen

2 minutes, 38 seconds

Streaming video has been a godsend. I ditched cable for PlayStation Vue three and half years ago and never looked back. PlayStation Vue is now defunct, great job managing that service Sony, and I replaced it with YouTube TV.

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Politics

George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Coronavirus, a dog, birds, the NFL and systemic racism, ignorance and power abuse

19 minutes, 39 seconds

The inundation of bad news has been relentless lately. First, Coronavirus is unleashed. The earliest cases seemed to have occurred in August in China. It was already in France by the end of December.

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Politics

Political pundits and voters don't understand how people vote

11 minutes, 16 seconds

We start to see all these so-called political experts writing articles or speaking on TV about things they know nothing about during another seemingly never-ending election cycle. Most of it is very troubling.

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Self

Stop trying to be first

3 minutes, 27 seconds

You don't win anything for being the first to post a comment. Nor should you. There's nothing remarkable about being first in life anyway.

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Sports

How to draft an NFL Quarterback

32 minutes, 9 seconds

I don't always know a lot about the quarterbacks coming into the NFL. But despite what most people think, you don't need to know or see that much of them to know if they would be great or not.

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Fortune

Amazons Jeff Bezos is Lazy

3 minutes, 19 seconds

Bezos believes people are inherently lazy and want to expend as little energy as possible to get what they want or need. But all he did was describe himself.

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Self

If you are a victim, you did do something wrong

11 minutes, 17 seconds

Before you read this, I am not saying victims are entirely to blame for what happens to them. Sometimes, a victim truly does nothing wrong. But in most cases, it's easy to be a victim if you put yourself in vulnerable situations.

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Politics

The Philippines election proves that social media is a major problem

4 minutes, 48 seconds

I'm not an expert in the Philippines, and I don't claim to be, but it's worth talking about after their presidential election results. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr won the 2022 election despite being the son of a horrible dictator.

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Politics

Not allowing abortions should be criminal

6 minutes, 47 seconds

The latest ruling by the supreme court to repeal Roe vs. Wade doesn’t think long term. Forcing people to have babies they don’t want and could harm their health, benefits no one in society.

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