How should we deal with ISIS?

  After getting in a few debates with some friends (and hearing I’d need to eventually write one), I decided to write a research paper about ISIS and how the US should deal with it.   At around 9:20pm on November 13th, Ahmad al-Mohammed attempted to pass through a security gate at a soccer game […]

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The $400 special

Two years ago I got my motorcycle license and set out to find my first bike. Coming from a family of welders and mechanics, I had no intentions of buying anything in running condition. I was always fascinated watching my father work on his bike and he was extremely supportive of me building my own […]

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The daze of ‘Nam

Imagine you’ve been driving on a road trip for a few days. You have gotten very little rest between long periods of driving and your eye lids are getting heavy. You try everything, playing loud music, rolling the windows down, but nothing shakes the drowsiness. You begin to forget driving the past mile. Two. Three. […]

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Plymouth to Hoboken/NYC

6:28. Eyes open, watching and waiting for the god awful tone of the alarm. 6:30. Sound of agony escapes the speakers of my cell phone. 6:50. Sipping coffee in the foggy mist of the Wednesday morning in the driveway waiting for Brett and Austin. 6:55-7:00. Others arrive. Packing the car, looking for longboard…”Should’ve done this […]

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