Korean Grammar, Verb/Noun Conjugations, Continued…

Continuing from my previous post on learning korean, I’ve found that many textbooks and beginning korean grammar books are insufficient. Mainly, they’re too old fashioned and often teach you very formal, polite ways of saying things. But I want to be able to talk to my korean friends using colloquial modern usage!! I’m not going […]

Religious tolerance, Fanaticism, Political beliefs, other thoughts

My political beliefs “Don’t you ever forget, that Republican economic policy caused the national debt to quadruple in the 12 years before I became president, and double in the 8 years after I left office.” – Bill Clinton A lot of people at my work have been surprised that I “liked” Mitt Romney on Facebook, […]

Hunger games, Korean grammar, and Mobile Computing

Hunger Games I just finished watching the Hunger Games in theaters. You probably all heard of it by now. I’ve never read the book, so after watching it here’s my thoughts. I think the story seemed like it jumped a long too fast, a common problem when adapting books to movies. Some characters are not […]