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Favorite book: Freakonomics
Member Since: Jan 23, 2007

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Economics: Religion

Short Story by Mantazuma
Posted: Jan 23, 2007
Religion and Economics...

Economics: The Minority Report

Short Story by Mantazuma
Posted: Jan 23, 2007
An assesment of illigal immigrants.

Keep it Real

Short Story by Mantazuma
Posted: Jan 23, 2007
This is too all the people who fake the funk...just keep...

Ambitious...what more can I say.
The details of my life are inconsequential…very well, where do I begin.

In my lifetime, I've have known what it is to love someone. I would consider myself a combination of a realist-optimist; people who claim to be pure optimist are either naive and/or ignorant. I tend to daydream alot and often times catch myself thinking of great ideas (i.e. creating a really soft toilet paper that is both durable and softer than Egyptian cotton, and that doesn't tear when you just get out of the shower)

In my lifetime, although I try to live my life with No Regrets, I seem to accumulate them every waking day. A friend once told me, "it is better to regret something you did than to wonder what if?" Not to deduce that I live my life recklessly, quite the contrary, my decisions usually rely on the greater of the positives and once I have made my decision there is no looking back

I am not a party going person (i.e. clubs, bars, drinking, smoking). I tend to spend my time doing things that require athleticism (basketball, weights, etc.). My life is complicated due to my background in economics where one must choose based on the margins. For example, choosing between creamy or crunchy peanut butter...with jelly or jam? Strawberry or grape? What are the benefits based on the permutations of either/or?

My life is on borrowed time...I must make the most of it in order to help improve the lives of others as that of my own.

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