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It Only Takes One Man

What follows is a quote from The Fountainhead (more specifically, a quote from the latter part of the 25th anniversary edition introduction). I quote the following today – the day of my 22nd birth day – because this passage strikes me like few other collections of ink on paper ever have. As such, rather than […]

Great Men of Our Time

It’s been said that there are three types of men in this world – men who wish to rule over others, men who seek to obey, and men who pursue freedom, independence, and their own visions and dreams with unmeasurable vigor. The third type of man – the passionate men who shape the world we […]

Continuing the Quest for Nutritional Truth in a World Gone Bonkers

I’ve never been a big practitioner of turning comment replies in previous posts into full blog article discussion, but lately I’ve felt the “bug” to do so. This started with the Finer Points of Nutrition, and it continues today. Hopefully I can keep things concise and to the point, unlike self-generated posts that turn into […]

Taking the Next Step

I wrote a post, a while back, on college, life, work, and beyond. I was “brutally honest”, and in return, the comments/discussion were honest, and invigorating as well. It felt great to open up, and see that type of response. I think it says a lot on both ends of the spectrum. In any case, […]

The Quest for Nutritional Truth: Why I Eat the Way I Eat

At this point, I’ve tried writing this post over half a dozen times. I’ve promised it for so long, I’ve decided to finally hammer it out, no matter the cost. I feel good though. My head is clear, and I’ve done enough writing lately that I feel I can organize my thoughts clearly, logically, and […]