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Tuesday, November 25th, 2008 | Author:

A short series of cartoons drawn in High School.
Suddenly I got more ambitious and moved from single frame cartoons to multi-framed cartoons based on a sort of storyline.

It’s a parody of the film Titanic.
Just in time, after almost 12 years since the release of the film!

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Monday, November 17th, 2008 | Author:

Right now, the United States is facing one of its most challenging time in its entire history.
Many are already writing about “What Obama Should Do.”
There’s definitely a lot.

I think the best way to start is to apply the 80-20 rule, which says that 80% of the effects come from 20% of the the total causes.

Identify which of the 20% of the causes of our nation’s problems is responsible for 80% of the bad effects.
Then fix those 20%, which will then resolve the majority of our problems.

What is in that 20%?

I believe that at least one of those 20% is how the US deals with The Food Issue.

Here is an amazing presentation regarding the food issue in Japan (which is similar to the situation we face in the US). I am very impressed by it as it manages to be succinct, entertaining and describes the problem and solution so well:

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Michael Pollan wrote a fantastic (but long) open letter to Obama discussing the Food issue.
The basic idea is to move away from relying on cheap fossil fuel to grow our food and instead use what is most natural to plants, the sun…


Saturday, November 15th, 2008 | Author:

Warning: This entry is a very LONG essay on management. I know not everyone is interested.

Its been a long 2 year campaign to finally elect Barack Obama but he succeeded and many attribute this to how he managed his campaign. Despite what everyone sees as a lack of experience, I think he showed management skills better than Hillary Clinton did. Hopefully this skills should translate into being a great President (I hope). Newsweek wrote a long story about the details of every campaign and from it I took out parts where Obama showed where his management skills trounced Hillary’s.

During the campaign Obama showed that he could:

  • Set Clear Management Objectives
  • Be a Conciliatory Manager of a Team of Rivals
  • Relentlessly Self Improve
  • Do Not Play the Blame Game


Friday, November 07th, 2008 | Author:

In honor of our great nation, electing Barack Obama as our next president, please enjoy this Leslie Gore song.

Let’s hope that from now on our future is nothing but these things.

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This video is truly awesome.
Look at sweet Leslie with her hideous sweater,

walking around with her thick thighs,

dancing like a mannequin,

fondling seated boys who look extremely perturbed (see 0:18 seconds in).

maybe because he sensed that Ms. Gore is a lesbian.

Sunday, November 02nd, 2008 | Author:

60 Minutes did a report on the monkey who can use a robotic arm which I posted earlier about.

Watch CBS Videos Online

Awesome and scary.