The following post concerns a topic that has been highly contested among girls and boys, men and women for quite some time. I will be discussing what I feel to be the truth about the relationship (or lack there-of) between girls and the ‘nice guys’ that never quite seem to get the upper hand.
For starters, let’s just go over what the issue is. The basic sentiment is that girls never pick the nice guys, but instead go for the assholes (if you’d excuse my language). Then the girls go on to complain about how they can’t find a good guy to take care of them. Guys, upon hearing this, become upset because they know they’re good guys but usually end up ‘friend-zoned’ with no way of escape. Because of this, girls are stupid for creating assholes out of the good guys who are just looking for a way to compete and get the girl of their dreams. I believe that about sums it up.
Here’s another quick look at some of the big stories going on around the world…
The following was an email sent out to Rutgers University students. It discusses Governor Chris Christie’s proposal for a new state budget, in terms of higher education:
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie yesterday proposed a $32.1 billion
state budget for Fiscal Year 2012-13 that includes a welcome increase in
higher education funding, particularly in financial aid programs for New
Reading through the WSJ, CNN, BBC, etc. and found some very interesting articles that I thought I’d pass along:
These are just some of the current headlines around the world. For a weekly update, tune in live on Wednesdays from 4PM to 5PM on http://www.wrsu.org for The Motley Experience Radio Show.
Please feel free to comment and start a discussion on the news topics posted, or on other news not posted.
Haven’t posted an article in quite some time, but I have found a few minutes to write something that has been bugging me for a bit.
So all professional wrestling fans, whether hardcore or occasional viewer, is anticipating the upcoming battle between The Rock and John Cena.
Most of the hardcore, or Internet Wrestling Community Fans, are cheering for The Rock. I must admit, I do consider myself a very passionate fan and a member of the IWC. However, I shall also admit that I disagree with a lot of what the IWC has in mind for professional wrestling. I find much of what they say to be stupid, ignorant, impractical, not business savvy in the least, and markish.
I just finished watching the documentary FOOD MATTERS (available on Netflix), and am in awe at the alleged/proven power of vitamins and minerals.
According to this documentary, the medical/pharmaceutical companies are in the business of selling drugs. Shocked?
Although common sense, the consequences of this may not be apparent at first. If they only make money off of selling drugs to sick people, how would they make money when people make full recoveries and no longer need the medication?
The short answer is, they don’t.
The purpose of both this post and the documentary are not to make the medical/pharmaceutical look out to be evil, greedy bastards.
As the documentary put it, “You can be sincere, but you can also be sincerely wrong”.
The documentary goes on to point out how this “big business” has refused to allow too much research on the benefits of simple nutrition.
Nutrition plays a key role, the most vital even, in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
To some up quickly some key points.
I’d like to take some time to make my first real blog post about something I am truly passionate about. This something is pro-wrestling.
Many of you will see the title of this post and simply scroll on. I can’t blame you. Pro-wrestling has a horrible rap in the eyes of many people. Because of this, and the fact it is not deemed as “cool” because it is “fake” or “gay”, many have not even given it a chance. This has also led to the ridicule of those few you know who do enjoy it and and call themselves fans. I did not say “proudly call themselves fans” for a reason. Many fans, myself included, are “in the closet”, for the most part, about being a fan. Now that I’m in college, and word has slipped out amongst my older friends from high school, I am more open about my love for sports entertainment.