Ferrari 458 2011

What is it? The £198,856 open-top version of the so-nearly-perfect Ferrari 458 Italia coupe. Thing is, this could go two ways. Either the extra exposure – to the elements and the 458’s powerful… Continue reading

Best Supercar Tuatara Came From a New Zealand – Fastest Supercar

Move Aero, Shelby Supercars Tuatara is here! SSC announces its latest contribution to automobile enthusiasts word wide with its groundbreaking new supercar, TUATARA (pronounced twu‐tar‐ah). The design specifications of this next generation car… Continue reading

Rome ‘Occupy’ protest turns violent

Rome protest against cuts descends into violence Italian journalist Francesco Cirillo at the San Giovanni Piazza said much damage had been caused in central Rome Riot police have fought militant protesters in Rome… Continue reading

Liverpool 1 – 1 Man Utd

Javier Hernandez scored Manchester United’s goal after coming off the bench. Substitute Javier Hernandez earned Manchester United a point after England striker Wayne Rooney was left out of the starting line-up at Anfield.… Continue reading

Hamster At War



Ghetto Gospel

A Poor Substitute

Sometimes I picture myself in situations in which I don’t belong, situations that require a level of knowledge or skill that I don’t possess. Situations, in short, that would leave me flat on… Continue reading

Destructive Nature

Smoke billows from World Trade Center complex, September 2001. “Has it really been nine years?” Millions of people will express some form of that sentiment today. They will shake their heads and stare… Continue reading

Don’t Ask, Don’t Yell 2

  I felt guilty about those occasions when I just couldn’t listen anymore. Both my daughter and my son had inherited my incessant curiosity, a fact that I had wished for and thought… Continue reading

Don’t Ask, Don’t Yell

As a young adult, I once heard someone say that “there’s no such thing as a stupid question.” This came as a great surprise to me, because not so many years earlier, stupid… Continue reading

Lovely Earth



Life is a gift, and it offers us the privilege, opportunity, and responsibility to give something back by becoming more.

The Annoying Orange

Loud, mad, or sad

The psychology instructor had just finished a lecture on mental health and was giving an oral test. Speaking specifically about manic depression, she asked, “How would you diagnose a patient who walks back… Continue reading

What is the time?

A man is strolling past the mental hospital and suddenly remembers an important meeting. Unfortunately, his watch has stopped, and he cannot tell if he is late or not. Then, he notices a… Continue reading

Cameron’s quest for economic and political growth

David Cameron comes to Manchester proclaiming the promise of economic and seeking political growth. There was a blizzard of announcements with some projected job creation numbers attached to them that made me think… Continue reading

Surviving A Shark Attack

You can’t mistake the flags: big, white, with a large black shark on them. And the flags were up. British-born accountant, 42-year-old Michael Cohen approached the beach. Lifeguards and shark-spotters told him the… Continue reading

Scared Panda