Monthly Archives: April 2009

Unintended Consequences

Recently I’ve had the privilege of speaking with a couple of Americans living in Korea teaching English to Korean students.  The first teacher I’ll introduce is a male teacher who is 30-years-old, well spoken, polite, and thoughtful.  He’s from a … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary, South Korea | Tagged | 1 Comment

A Great Day for Ron Santo

After Aramis Ramirez  hit his walk-off homer in the bottom of the 11th in the 3rd game of four at Wrigley Field in Chicago and broke my heart, my thoughts (4-18-09): The first series this year between the Cubs and … Continue reading

Posted in Sports | Tagged | Leave a comment

The 2009 Cardinals (#1)

I’ve been enjoying the winning ways of the Cardinals so far in 2009 as I watch them daily on my Internet at MLB.TV at a price $10 cheaper than last year.  The product has improved quite a bit since my … Continue reading

Posted in Sports | Tagged | Leave a comment

A Lovely Day for a Walk

On March 30, 2009 Won Kum and I joined the Smile Fitness Center, about a ten minute walk from our apartment.  It has a full array of equipment from stationary bikes, treadmill machines, weightlifting equipment, stretching area, sauna, and shower … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary | Tagged | Leave a comment

Thank You America!

In my first psychology course, 101, I remember reading in the introduction of my text the following three questions that men have been asking themselves from the beginning of their existence:  1) Who am I?  2) Where am I going?  … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary | Tagged , | 1 Comment