Monthly Archives: May 2009

diving SC

We woke early this morning to head out for some diving and snorkeling. Krystal was my diving partner and is master diver certified. The water temperature was ideal (with a shorty) and the visibility was not too bad (about 15 … Continue reading

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San Carlos!

We arrived here in San Carlos last night. The picture above is of our condo (the one in the center). It has two floors, with two balconies that have a great view of the ocean. This is probably the nicest … Continue reading

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My mom is currently in Uganda and sent me some neat photos. She’s pretty easy to find in the photo below.

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bailando en Mexico

It’s 2:07am and Yunuen and I are driving back from Mexico. We just left her family in Nogales at a graduation party for Gabriel who recently completed his engineering degree. We had a lot of fun, despite Tecate being the … Continue reading

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Yun and I headed up to Catalina Foothills Church after work tonight to meet a number of pastors that are affiliated with BEAMM for a dinner. We met a lot of very interesting people working in various places along the … Continue reading

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New Nogales Cartel

We spent the weekend in Mexico – a decision that came late Saturday night. It is always nice to get out of town, particularly after a stressful week at work. We had chilaquiles for breakfast which are always good (though … Continue reading

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the plunder of the masses

I have recently begun Frederic Bastiat’s 2 volume set published by the Von Mises Institute that comprise his major writings with my reading group. Bastiat was a French economist and a proponent of a free-market. Murray Rothbard once commented, “Bastiat … Continue reading

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