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Harman Kardon SoundSticks Wireless Bluetooth Enabled 2.1 Speaker System

With its truly unique design, the Harman Kardon SoundSticks Wireless Bluetooth Enabled 2.1 Speaker System takes quality tunes to a whole new level. Building on its predecessor’s gallery-worthy appearance (part of the permanent collection at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art), the new Harman Kardon SoundSticks provide the addition of flawless bluetooth connectivity, giving you more freedom. 209 more words


Nomads Rejoice! The Nomad Bi-Fold Horween Leather Charging Wallet Is Here

You have a leather wallet you’ve been carrying for years? Talk about old fashioned! It’s time for an upgrade. Today’s wallets are useful for so much more than simply carrying your cash. 263 more words


Part One: Another Strong Lady, Straight from the South

I’m back… I’m sorry I was gone for the last month and a half. As I mentioned before, I was in the process of packing and moving. 1,529 more words


Success Can Be the Worst Thing to Happen to You

Let’s revisit a classic question: what exactly is success?

A quick perusal of several definitions reveals the apparent ambiguity behind this word. Some attempts suggest that there are elements of popularity, fame, wealth, and respect; others are not at all enlightening. 1,134 more words


Graduating with a College Degree in Passion

College graduation is an event celebrating notable academic achievement fueled by that glorious ambition of young adults to go out and change the world. Unfortunately, diploma euphoria is short-lived. 1,447 more words


NFL Week 7: Marcell Dareus, Robert Woods highlight Bills inactives vs. Dolphins

The Buffalo Bills (4-2) will face the Miami Dolphins (2-4) Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium. Prior to the 1 p.m. ET kickoff, Buffalo released their list of inactive players, with defensive tackle Marcell Dareus and wide receiver Robert Woods headlining the list. 91 more words

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Dead ends...

“The world is always rushing forward to teach us, and that the greatest thing we can do is to stand there, open and available, and be taught by it.” ~Dana Velden, … 218 more words