May 2007

This isn’t the first time, nor will it be the last time, that the Drive-by mediaand I have completely differing interpretations of poll results. According to the NY Times “there is broad support among Americans” for the “immigration bill before Congress.” (see this New York Times/CBS News Poll) Now I found the NY Times’ conclusion [...]

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When I was about 13 years old (1989), I was on the eighth grade basketball team. I loved playing basketball and I loved the comradery with my teammates. The coach determined that we should all get the same basketball shoes, and he chose ones costing $65, which was way out of my parent’s price range. [...]

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Seat Belts Do Not Save Lives?

by Jimmy on May 21, 2007 · 2 comments in Morality

I read an article recently about some teenagers that got in a car accident. The only person to survive was the one who was wearing his seat belt. It takes a liberal to read a story like that and conclude that seat belts are ineffective in saving lives. You see, the people not wearing seat [...]

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On Tuesday, May 15th, I will be starting a new position here at FedEx. I will be moving from a Marketing Analyst role on the Small Business Team to a Marketing Specialist role with FedEx.com. Particularly, I will now be working on the application to prepare shipments online at FedEx.com. Given this new direction professionally, [...]

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Unbiased vs. The Truth

by Jimmy on May 1, 2007 · 2 comments in Morality

Being a Mormon, as I am, there has been a lot of discussion lately among my family and friends about the PBS special entitled The Mormons. Personally, I did not like the overall tone of the piece, but you can click here to see the Mormon Church’s official response. Some say it did good at [...]

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