Monthly Archive: August 2015

LAPD Actually Helped Create Our National Gang Problem.

LAPD Actually Helped Create Our National Gang Problem During the 1980’s and the 1990’s, with The War on Drugs in full swing, the country began to combat the rising influence and violence associated with gang life. Yet the more the…
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Seattle Seahawks’ (aka Seahags) Brian “The Boz” Bozworth Played a Clever Trick on Our Beloved Broncos Fans.

       One of the most interesting games I worked was the Broncos – Seahawks 1987 season opener at Mile High Stadium. Brian Bosworth purposely and very publicly intimidates John Elway with a questionable hit. Then Bosworth trash talked…
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Your Conditioning Index: Most People Come to Know it as Their Dating “League.”

  Another important concept to understanding about relationships is that of a conditioning index. According to Webster’s New College Dictionary (1949, 424), an index is: “A ratio or other number derived from a series of observations and used as an indicator or measure of…
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Straight Outta Compton: An Issue NOT Addressed in the Movie; the Rivalry Between Dre & E After N.W.A. Split Up.

What was going on BEFORE Dr Dre was with N.W.A.? Eazy-E: sings (raps) about how Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre were not real Gangsters but were from the suburbs and learned how to “act” like gangsters and are thus perceived as…
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The Saturation / Deprivation Proposition: Too Much of a Good Thing Can Turn it into a Bad Thing!

Perhaps the social phenomena discussed in the preceding sections will become even clearer if we look at part of an academic body of work called rational choice theory. Previously, this body of work, and its line of reasoning, were labeled…
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