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Hi Dee Ho, Neighbor!

Well it's been a long time since I've updated my homepage. I guess that now that I have some more free time, I'll try to update my homepage more often. I've decided to change the online journal into Musings because I don't think I have the energy to continue with it. Anyways, recent changes include the Top 24 Quotes. They reflect what I feel and believe in now.

When I used to work at Scient, I went through this thing called Spark. It's basically a big training program to teach us about Scient. One of the most interesting things I learned during Spark was the stuff about Temperments. I'm a huge fan of psychology ever since I was a little kid. Through the tests, I discovered that I was an Artisan. It was one of those strange things where I read the description of Artisan and as soon as I finished it, I knew I had to read no further. I had discovered my temperament. Here's a link to the Online Keirsey Personality Test. Once you take the test, it will sort your answers and give you a description of what you are. I know there are some overlaps between some of the sixteen types, but I think they're fairly accurate. These sixteen types can be broken down int 4 main types: Artisans, Guardians, Idealists, Rationals. I forget which subtype I am, but I'll try to figure it out soon. This stuff is sooooooo cool. I'm also trying to learn more about astrology and other worldly stuff. I want to be a one stop shop! ;) Ok well now I work for LA County as an epidemiology analyst in the Bioterrorism Preparedness Program.

Old Musings: Randy Moss is one of my favorite players now. Why? Because he's tall and he's one of the fastest players in the league. So how do you defend this? The only players who can realistically match up with his speed are the shorter cornerbacks. Then he just above them to catch the ball. On the flip side, those cornerbacks that can jump high enough to defend him aren't fast enough to run with Moss. So the only way to stop him is to double or triple team him and even then, he can still beat you for a touchdown. Sadly, I don't think he appreciates the talent he has and he has a habit of not playing hard. He's got Cris Carter who has been through the same types of problems. I hope he turns it around, because it is such a pity to waste such talent.

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