French Politics

And France says that the people of the US do not know how to vote properly… Having just witnessed history in France and Europe, I have to say that I am not shocked at all by the French people in their vote against the EU constitution. Athough I had hoped that they would vote yes […]

Week 2 Blog update

Bonjour mes amis!!! Well week one went by faster than I expected. Course updates have been slow and I apologize because the internet access at the school is terrible. Saturday, I went on a wine tour of two chateaus in the Medoc region. The wine at the first chateau was the best. That chateau was […]

Bonjour � France

Well I have made it to France and Sunday night, I slept for 12 hours straight. First day of class was long, my body hasn’t adjusted yet. Edited to add: The family is great. Sleeping has been odd as my body is still about 8 hours behind schedule but is slowly catching up. Thee food […]

Come Fly Away With Me

Well as this is being posted, I will be making my way to the airport to fly to France. I have an 8 hour flight to London and then a 2 hour flight to Bordeaux. What I have packed: Etiquette Book from Mom. iPod with 10 days of Music, 4 days in English, 4 in […]

Moving Day

Well it’s Monday and I’m just about ready to move out of my apartment and head home back to Tulsa. I got my diploma holder and I’ll be posting pictures on my photo album shortly. Here is how this weeks schedules is looking out to be. Monday: Finish cleaning apartment and move out. Drive back […]

Graduation Day

Today is my graduation day… I won’t be online much. In a week, I will be leaving for France. ML Update: Graduation Pictures are here. Graduation Photo Album

El Fin!

It is official! Today is the last day of my final exams, the last finals of my collegiate career. Pop the champagne, throw the confetti, and let’s get this party started!

Are washing machines next?

Source used: Businessweek Has the FCC gone to far in preventing customers from recording their favorite TV shows by enforcing the “broadcast flag” that was pushed by the MPAA? The answer is simply, yes. The broadcast flag would have prevented TV viewers from recording their favorite TV shows or movie that was on TV to […]

Former Director of CIA speaks at OU

On March 8th, 2005, I had the opportunity for the second time in my life to hear a former director of the CIA speak in front of me. The first was Robert Gates at my Eagle Scout banquet and this time, on this day, I had the chance to hear George Tenet speak.