Posted in Anime

Top 5 Anime

Everyone has a list of a Top 5. Be it top 5 hip-hop artists or top 5 pizza toppings, we all have at least one…

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Posted in Nerd Corner

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Open Beta

For those of you who enjoy open world video games, you will love this game. Now the Beta is closed but the game comes out…

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Posted in Story Time The Worldly Dabbler

Story Time: Don't trust stray dogs and stray women…

Sometime in November of 2006, I was a freshman at Winston Salem State University. I had made some relatively good friends already and was thoroughly…

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Posted in The Worldly Dabbler Travel Posts

Middletown, KY: The Recbar

6/26/2016: Middletown, KY is not a city you just up and decide to visit because you want to go do something exciting in your life. Luckily,…

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Posted in Just thoughts The Worldly Dabbler

The value of friendship.

Friends. This is something that I have been thinking about for a while. I’ve recently made some decisions where I let some people who I considered…

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Posted in The Worldly Dabbler Travel Posts

Branson West, MO. Small and quaint town.

Branson West, MO. This isn’t a vacation spot in the least. It’s more a spot that you pass through when your traveling to Branson, MO. Okay,…

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Posted in Nerd Corner

Code Geass: Season 3 on the way!

This may not interest a lot of you but why would I care (My blog after all)? This is the nerd corner and I will…

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Posted in The Worldly Dabbler Travel Posts

Ritz Carlton: Downtown Dallas, TX

This was by far one of my favorite hotels I got to do with my last job. The food and beverage manager was a guy…

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An Intro. Or maybe an reintroduction to myself.

I meant to start this blog when I started working as a traveling Implementation specialist so I could chronicle my constant traveling schedule. But I…

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Posted in The Worldly Dabbler Travel Posts

The US seen from 30,000 ft.

In January 2015, I started my first travel job as an implementation specialist (don’t worry about not knowing what that is) for Oracle. Essentially I…

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