Ripping the Ultimate Wave

July 27, 2015 Ripping the Ultimate Wave: Life I recently had an unexpected turn of events in my life and it was a pretty big shakeup. This unexpected turn has given me some time off to think about what I really want in life. This type of thing happens all the time to everyone right?

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Fried Oreos, Funnel Cake and FIFA

July 1, 2015 Funnel Cakes, Fried Oreos and FIFA: Hello Summer… When did it become the summer? Summer kind of sneaks up on you in San Diego because of May gray and June gloom. Most of the country gets to work their way up to summer. I think summer kind of smacks you in the

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Twas a good series…

June 17, 2015 Blackhawk Won NHL The NHL playoffs and finals have officially ended with a new Stanley Cup recipient: The Chicago Blackhawks. The Blackhawks beat the Tampa Bay Lightning in 6 games at home in Chicago. The final score was 2-1. This will be the 3rd Stanley Cup the Blackhawks will raise in the

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Did you witness a slice of history?

June 9, 2015 Did you witness a little slice of history? This has been a pretty awesome sports week. I think American football must feel left out. Pretty much every sport had something going on this week and the somethings weren’t trivial. History was made! I love it when history is made in sports and

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The Cavs have made my May Gray go away…

May 31, 2015 May Gray This past week has had me thinking about what May means and brings into my life. My midwest roots think of April Showers bring May flowers, spring, and the start of summer. In San Diego we have a saying called “May Gray” because of the marine layer that forms over

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I’m All In

May 25, 2015 I’m All In… NBA Every season each team in the NBA comes up with their own motto for the playoffs. They usually make a video and set it to some music. The purpose: to pump up the fans of course. Now social media has taken it to another level; these are the

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Roles Have Reversed

May 17, 2015 Roles have officially reversed… It’s warming up in the East, and getting cold and rainy in the West. The NBA is the same way: teams that would usually have the first picks in the draft are officially teams that will head to the East and West Finals. It’s down to four teams

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