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A Special Dame – a poem

Posted by Rye on March.29.2011 in Poems |

It’s halfway through Lent, so I’d like to share a poem inspired by a certain muse.

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Analyzing Idolizing

Posted by Rye on March.23.2011 in Uncategorized |

With billions of people on this planet, there should be at least a handful of people who you consider an idol. No matter how old you are, it’s perfectly fine to be looking up to someone, attempting to emulate their success or follow in their footsteps.   As kids, we were asked, “Who is your […]

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The Guide to Self-Education

Posted by Rye on March.22.2011 in Images |

They say you learn something new everyday. On your unending quest on upgrading your gray matter, ’cause one day it may matter, here is a guide – The Gourmet Guide to Self-Education. After reading this list, I was inspired to highlight each point, print it out and post in on my wall in my room. […]

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My Version of the Double Rainbow

Posted by Rye on March.21.2011 in Uncategorized, Video |

  Here is my first video. It’s a parody of the viral hit, The Double Rainbow. Below is the original; watch it and you’ll relate to my video better. This was taken from my RyePhone4. The audio is really bad, but if you can hear it, you’ll find it funny. I’ll be posting videos on […]

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Limitless – review

Posted by Rye on March.20.2011 in Reviews |

Fresh I’ve never watched a movie that made me want to be so productive. I came home at 2:30 in the wee hours after hanging with friends. I could’ve easily knocked out, but watching this movie just hours before gave me a jumpstart on the dead battery within – so I started writing. Basically, watching […]

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Funky in the Middle

Posted by Rye on March.15.2011 in Uncategorized |

When I was a kid, there was a mean game called Monkey in the Middle. It involved three or more players. The object was to keep an item, usually a ball or a meaningful belonging, from one selected player – the Monkey – for as long as possible. This resulted in humility for the Monkey. […]

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New Taste Marketplace – a tasty review

Posted by Rye on March.13.2011 in Reviews |

Toasty!   There’s a few things that my mom (Mi Madre) and I have in common; food reigns supreme (Iron Chef reference). Because I’m a writer, Mi Madre suggests that I become a food writer. How convenient would that be? Here’s an attempt. This past Saturday, March 12, Mi Madre and I traveled to St. […]

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My take on Japan’s 8.9 earthquake

Posted by Rye on March.11.2011 in Uncategorized |

In response to the 8.9 earthquake in Japan, which I saw live on TV only hours ago, I must say that this is quite a tragedy. My heart goes out to those affected by it directly and indirectly. Tragic as any unforeseen disaster may be, the inevitability is always the real kicker. Disaster strikes with […]

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Hall Pass – review

Posted by Rye on March.9.2011 in Reviews |

Half-baked Hall Pass is raunchy, full of perverted humor and is, in a Chris Rock voice, “Got damn disgusting!” But as any average guy would tell you, it’s Hall-arious. I saw this funny flick two weeks ago as a pre-screening. Although it was free, I would’ve paid to see it. Y’all must know that I […]

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Spread the L-O-V-E

Posted by Rye on March.9.2011 in Uncategorized |

  Love is an everlasting positive energy. When it is present, it shines like the sun…and your awesome and welcoming smile. It radiates like the warmth from a blazing fireplace…and your charismatic presence. It comforts like a new pair of kicks…and your tender and trusting touch. I’m talking to you, fellow human being. The point […]

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