One Amazing Prom Night

This is such a sweet story!  Trent Richardson from the University of Alabama that is going into the NFL Draft took Hueytown High School senior Courtney Alvis to the prom!  But this is no average […]

Animation Monday: The Legend of Korra

Over the last weekend Nickelodeon premiered the new animation series The Legend of Korra.  And wow it was great!  This series takes place 70 years after the original series Avatar: The Last Airbender.  And technology […]

Sunday Discussion: Big Brains Media

First off; remember this video from last January?  Under the old blog name Young’s Blog I appeared on ABC 33/40 on the show Focus @ 4.  This was about the Shape Up! campaign. […]

The Caine’s Arcade Story

If you have not seen the video of Caine Monroy’s Arcade.  You need to watch it below.  9 year-old Caine spent his entire summer vacation building a elaborate real-working arcade that is made out of […]

Business Review: Smoke-N-Hot BBQ

Over the week I went to try a real food truck in the Anniston area!  Except this food truck is a big trailer with a smoker on the back.  Smoke-N-Hot BBQ uses […]

My Very Tough Childhood

I am not doing a Legislative Roundup this week.  I have decided to write about my personal  struggles up to this point in life instead.  My last post was about my past […]

My Very Long Job History

I have to admit it has been very tough finding a new job.  I mean I am still looking for my 14th job in 6 years and I have been without work […]

Some Pats on the Back!

This blog has been getting more traffic each and every day and that is awesome; thanks to everyone who comes to read Geek Alabama!  I started my trip down blogger road last […]

Two Job Fairs Attended

So on Tuesday I drove over 300 miles across Alabama and attended job fairs in Roanoke Alabama and in Boaz Alabama.  I am getting tired of the unemployment streak of close to 10 […]

Titanic 3D & GSA Taxpayer Waste

GSA Wasting Money in Las Vegas Remember the trip federal employees of the GSA took to Las Vegas?  Yeah; everyone should remember the $800,000 taxpayer cost for a conference that makes no sense at […]

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