“Is everything alright?” “What’s wrong?” “Are you OK?” Follow me around for a week and you’ll notice people ask me those questions. Rather than go into a long explanation of what swims around inside of my head, I simply reply, “Nothing” or “Just tired.” The statements speak truth, mostly. There is probably nothing wrong. I’m… Continue reading Two Sides of Delos
Despite having a weird knack of remembering insignificant details and dates (you can ask Dr. Justin Ramos about that) and a borderline photographic memory, I tend to forget things. I tend to forget what I like doing. I tend to forget why I do things. I tend to forget who I am in general. Thankfully,… Continue reading 2017 offers no time to forget
Teacher Appreciation Week. Before last year, I never knew this week existed. So here I am. Now a teacher, dealing with the karmic backlash of my actions to my own teachers. I mean, I have students who have the audacity to stay in my classroom well after school to do homework, ask for advice or seek… Continue reading Teacher Appreciation Week
It’s funny, almost ironic, I taught a lesson about decisions to my students today. It was purely coincidental, but if anyone knew why April 28, 2015 is special to me. It can be summed up in one image: Exactly one year ago, I gave up everything I had worked for in the media world… Continue reading Decisions. Decisions.
Today, I had an assignment where I met and interviewed Hulk Hogan. He is truly one of my favorite wrestlers growing up, specifically when he became the leader of the New World Order. Below I’ve posted my interview with the Hulkster. It includes a few questions from Las Vegas Sun photographer Steve Marcus. He is… Continue reading Meeting and Interviewing Hulk Hogan
It’s been a little more than a week since I boarded on a plane to get to New York for a two-and-a-half day excursion of New York, and I’m still in love with the city. I have a desire to live there because, as my friend Eden once said, “It’s my speed.” Getting there, I… Continue reading New York, New York and a little bit of nerding
I’m going to Wrestlemania! Those words forever mean something to me. As a kid growing up, Wrestlemania was always a big deal. In 2000, my parents allowed me and my brother, “Wrestlemania: All-Day Long,” which was essentially eight hours of old Wrestlemania moments right before the main card started. This year, instead of watching it… Continue reading The Road to Wrestlemania