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By David Gaines On Wednesday, April 6th, 2011
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I’m Angry That No One’s Blogging Anymore

While many people chose to watch reality TV over Hollywood’s interpretation of life [or the news networks' sensationalizing of life], I somehow got hooked on reading blogs. There are several newsy type blogs, More...

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By David Gaines On Friday, January 7th, 2011
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30 Things Najwa Will Only See in a Museum

Time flies when you’re having fun, huh? Everyday there’s a new something to play with. Facebook, the Wii, instantly video-streaming movies directly to the LED TV which interfaces with NetFlix through More...

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By David Gaines On Thursday, December 30th, 2010
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Which Heroes Have Inspired Me The Most?

So I “updated” my Facebook profile page to the new look, and I’m not sure what’s really that different other than my Redskins Fan tab is missing. And since I was playing with this new look, More...

By David Gaines On Monday, December 27th, 2010
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Blogs I Read and Wish I Read

A friend asked me the other day what a blog was. As I was explaining it to him, I probably confused him more. It’s like a journal, but it’s more than just personal stuff. Media outlets use it to say More...

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By David Gaines On Thursday, September 2nd, 2010
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Meet Some of Najwa’s Cousins

Being a military brat, your life never sets anchor until you’re an adult and get that wanderlust out your system. Just as you get comfortable with your new surroundings, your new friendships and your new More...

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By David Gaines On Wednesday, September 1st, 2010
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So Much Said In So Few Words

Three days had passed since I first met this stunning girl at the movies. Instantly she caught my attention, yet for whatever reason, she said nothing to me — so I said nothing to her.  More...

By David Gaines On Tuesday, March 9th, 2010
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Now You Can “Call” Me With No Phone

At the risk of exposing my age [whatever — I'm 35], I remember that in the 11th grade, connecting to the Internet wasn’t as easy as ordering an overpriced latte, an overpriced piece of cake and peeling More...