Archive for November, 2010

Blog # 7 ” Coca Cola in motion”

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

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Narration:

Driving through the desert in my Ford pickup truck I was thirsty as ever. My air condition had broke and the only circulation of air was that from outside. What I wouldn’t do for a nice cold drink right about now. Watching the birds flying over head they looked as if they were searching for something to drink. They were headed the same direction of my destination

I pulled over for a second because I thought I saw a mirage of a Coca Cola vending machine. My mind was only playing tricks on me. A nice cold coca cola sounded good about now. I hopped in my truck and continued on my way. I passed about a cactus and wondered if it had water inside of it. I must stopped with my foolish thoughts. The thought of the coca cola vending machine came back inside of my head.

The sand kicked up from the wheels of my tires and I looked at the gas gage. It was half way full. I asked myself how come it is the car can have gas to keep going but just a can of Coca Cola was to much to ask for. I passed several miles before I hit the main road to my destination. This was it I thought it’s almost time for that cold drink.

The sign I passed said five more miles, I just thought to myself five more miles until hydration. Three more miles left I hit the accelerator down because all that was on my mind was the taste of Coca Cola. The scent of burnt tires made me realize that I was moving at a speed that was unacceptable but the taste of the Coca Cola would all be worth it.

I saw a clearing where there was a major hole in the ground. Could it be? yes I have arrived. I pulled over and instead of looking at the view I trudged to the Coca Cola vending machine which was no longer an allusion but something I can hold and taste. I dispensed $2.00 so I can get two cans which were well deserved. Walking over to the clearing I put one can to the side of me and popped open then one in my hand. I looked at the view that they called the Grand Canyon and drank my coca cola gazing at the view. A Coca Cola quench more than thirst but also is a comfort for having one of those days.

Blog # 6 “Project Update”

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

My project is coming along fine and progress could not be going any better. I have already interviewed the advisors as well as the head of the program pertaining to financial issues in expanding the ASAP program. I did Q& A with everyone whom I interviewed and the feedback was incredible. Financially the program is unable to fund everyone because they have a certain budget to stay within. As I asked about the budget being expanded they told me that it is the city’s decision more specifically Mayor Bloomberg.

I started getting people on campus to sign a sheet which I am planning to send to Mayor Bloomberg as well as my letter pointing out certain issues where money being spent carelessly in the city such as in parks where it can be put towards the educations of college students. The mayor is doing a great thing in funding the program but he will be doing an even greater thing if he used the city’s money a bit wisely where at the end with more college graduates it will produce more productive members of society.

Blog # 5 “Greed and Politics”

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Mr. Dollar man in Potiki makes things seem to be better than what they really are. Mr. Dollar man says he will do something but at the end he does not fully deliver on what it is he says. He capitalizes on other peoples work and benefits where he stays in a position of power. Politicians are the same as Mr. Dollar man. They only tell you what it is you want to hear yet they do not fully deliver. The reason the politicians tell you what you want to hear is so they would have a certain control. It keeps them in a position of power.

Mayor Bloomberg is a politician in our current day whom I believe is full of empty promises. He says one thing to the Public so he can keep his term but when he no longer needs the people and is in power he does the opposite of what he says. He believes what he does benefits New York as a whole but he does not look at the individuals that make up the whole.

Blog # 4 “My unique male group”

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

 

I am a man a male the alpha of my kind, I have to support my family my wife my kids who are always on my mind.

 Responsibility is something that I have to own up to, I am a role model a husband yes the father of two

 I excelled in all sports I played in my younger days, I was a soccer player quick and fast , my personality got me voted prom king

 My muscles ache but I cannot complain my mental strength must stay strong I am too old to be playing games

 I have a beard that makes my youth fade away my deep voice and Adams apple yes I am a man I say

 I lift weights so I may stay strong as an ox my physical unmatched I take pride with my watches

 I watch football on a Monday night and Sunday I order those UFC fights I am a man I tell you I am 6 feet and light

 I take interest in my cars and fixing them on my free time, the grease gives me a thrill but I always end giving them a shine.

 I am a man a male the alpha of my kind, taking care of myself and my family making sure everything is fine.

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