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  • Survivor: San Juan del Sur - Episode 4
    'Survivor' instant analysis, Episode 4: Stupid is as Drew does
    Oh Lord, it's hard to be humble, when you're perfect in every way. Yes, perfection got in the way of yet another Survivor contestant's quest for a million bucks on Wednesday night's episode of "Survivor: San Juan del Sur."...
  • John Rocker - Survivor: San Juan del Sur
    'Survivor' instant analysis, Episode 1: What we learned from the Premiere
    "Blood vs. Water" just works. That was the initial take-away after watching Wednesday night's 90-minute premiere episode of "Survivor: San Juan del Sur," the kick-off episode in Survivor's 29th season. If you missed it,...
  • Obama Golfs, American Dies
    Analysis: Obama emotionless over ISIS, but emotional about Ferguson cops
    U.S. military officialson Wednesday tried to spin President Barack Obama's lackluster speech during the NATO meeting in Estonia with regard toAmerica's strategy forbattling the ultra-terrorist group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.However,...
  • Ian Ziering
    The strange appeal of Sharknado 2: Review and Analysis
    No one goes into Sharknado 2: The Second One expecting it to be good. No one involved in making it seriously feels that they are making a good film. The writers, writing the damn thing, know they are creating schlok. The director, the producers ...
  • Stay out of Iraq
    What is the cost/benefit analysis for involvement in Iraq?
    The headline poses a question for which this analyst doesn’t have all of the answers, however postulated here is a framework for completing a review.Threat assessment:Going back to the second Iraq war, was Iraq a threat to the United States?...
  • The White House
    Why Examiner.com is a good read: Politics
    For several years, I have been writing articles for Examiner.com as a primary channel for adressing the news. When asked how I write thousands of articles a year, I reply that I am a “link farmer”. What is that? That is how I perform...
  • Censored
    The Heat of Censorship: 'Fahrenheit 451'
    When classical dystopian literature starts to look like the modern world, the definition of dystopia has to change. Once it becomes reality, it can no longer be science fiction. Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is welcomed by people to this day...
  • Logi Analytics
    Interested in learning about Embedded Analytics ?? GREAT Webinar !
    If you're interested in learning about embedded analytics, I wanted to suggest that you check out this webinar hosted by Logi Analytics !!Date & Time: Thursday, May 22, 2014 at 12pm EDT/5pm BSTDuration: 45 minutesJoin us for a presentation...
  • Ruhlman's Books
    Michael Ruhlman's "The Reach of a Chef"
    For those of you who aren't in the food business, or who don't know who Michael Ruhlman is, I can give you the two minute run-through. A promising writer, he's authored several books related to the culinary field. I reviewed one of his...
  • 'Survivor: Cagayan' Episode 13
    'Survivor: Cagayan', Episode 13 analysis: And then there were four
    You didn't think that just because there were only five people left in the game, that there wouldn't be a blindside, did you? True, there has been more than a handful of surprising blindsides this season, but on Wednesday's episode of ...
  • Entry level job opening
    Entry level job opening
    The New York City Business Integrity Commission, is seeking to hire an Intelligence Analysis (Community Associate) to work in their Default Division. The starting salary for this entry-level position is $32,321.00 to $53,788.00 annually. The work...
  • 'Survivor: Cagayan' Episode 12
    'Survivor: Cagayan', Episode 12 analysis: Has Tony already won?
    Certain seasons of Survivor, it seems like anybody can win. More often as of late though, you can begin to see signs of the eventual winner coming from a bit of a distance. We all saw Boston Rob's mastery of "Survivor: Redemption Island...
  • 'Survivor: Cagayan' Episode 11
    'Survivor: Cagayan', Episode 11 analysis: Tony's on top of the world
    Another episode, another blindside. That is how this season rolls. Yes Wednesday night's episode of "Survivor: Cagayan" was anything but predictable...and that of course, has been the only thing we've come to expect. Be sure to...
  • Bruins set to play Canadiens in round 2
    Real NHL Bruins Canadiens Round 2 Series Preview and Analysis
    Much like the Canucks Bruins Cup final result came down to officiating and the “way” the game was called with punching, roughing, and biting for that matter no longer deemed penalty worthy, this unknowable wildcard factor is destined...
  • 'Survivor: Cagayan' Episode 10
    'Survivor: Cagayan', Episode 10 analysis: Seven remain, who will win the game?
    It's very hard to believe that we're now 10 hours into Survivor's 28th season, but after Wednesday night's episode of "Survivor: Cagayan," we are inching closer to crowning yet another winner. There are now seven people...