Mom was Right: Don’t Talk Politics in Public

A year ago this summer, I was in between programs of graduate study and I took a part-time job at the local Home Depot store. It was actually a very Continue Reading →

The BRADcast: China Buffet Satisfaction

Sweet and sour chicken?  Yes! Fried Rice? Of course.  Crab Rangoon?  You bet.  Is there anything better than a Chinese buffet?  I’m not sure about you, but I can’t think Continue Reading →

The BRADcast: 18 Years of Mental Torture

Eighteen years ago this very month, something happened.  I was lying in bed on a Sunday night ready to go to sleep when my life changed.  A thought seemingly got Continue Reading →

The BRADcast: My Roots in Small Town USA

          It seems fitting that I’m writing this article from the very bedroom in the very house I grew up in.  I was raised in a small town in West Continue Reading →

The BRADcast: The Joys of a Lazy Summer

I have done absolutely nothing for more than two weeks.  And what’s more, I couldn’t care less!  Graduate school is hard, and when there are periods of time when no Continue Reading →