Death Valley

October 19, 2010 8 Comments »

In today’s society the idea of undying loyalty to an employer is quickly changing. I think I notice this most in the generation behind me, Generation Y. But the change began in my generation…X. Most of us don’t have pensions, instead we have 401K’s, we quickly learned that we had to take care of ourselves […]

San Francisco Museums Fit Your Budget

August 5, 2010 3 Comments »

As a person with no real ‘stable’ job, I appreciate a good bargain! And after spending the last year living in Vietnam with no real art scene, I’ve been starved for some great art. You may think that budget and art don’t really go together; oh – not so…. While in San Francisco in January, […]

High Tech meets Old Fashioned in San Francisco

July 8, 2010 13 Comments »

While in San Francisco I had the opportunity to go out to a number of new places. Let’s face it, when you are abroad for 1 ½ years, everything is new to you. When my friend David mentioned going to a speakeasy, I was confused; did I hear him correctly – a speakeasy? He quickly […]

Home of the Fortune Cookie

January 6, 2008 2 Comments »

View San Francisco Photography View San Francisco snap shots Believe it or not, I’m not writing this post about China, I’m writing it about America. If you may remember – I had a post not too long ago while I was in China about the lack of fortune cookies – what I thought was a Chinese tradition. […]

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