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When I sat down to design this site, it had been spinning in my head since the previous summer, and it was now early November '03. I can only
hope that you will appreciate and enjoy this as much as it has been my pleasure in creating it.
Initially, I wanted the lay person, along with the sophisticate, to be able to come to a site and read honest and substantive content that hits
home. I will provide that and more, because this is something I have great passion for.
Alright, enough about my intentions and some about myself.... I am a 32 yr. old husband and father of a beautiful 2 yr. old daughter. I have
seen and heard much, but maybe not as much as some older people. Nevertheless, my human studies are constantly running. Even if I just
want to grab a paper at a convience store, I am in constant study-mode learning and understanding the human condition and its motivations.
I feel my best assets are logic and insight. They are always measuring in a cost benefit mode; almost like a mathematical equation.
This can also be a negative, but even though analyzing empathetically is second nature to me, it is not a hinderance. So welcome again, and
please take the time to read around the site. Heck, put in on your favorites so as to come back on future visits, for fresh content. I want to give
a big thank you out to all who visit this site and make it what it is and will be because without you, there is no ValuePrep.
Personal favorites tv, music, and movies....just to let you know a little bit more about myself.
TV: Magnum PI, Threes Company, Forensic Files, Psychic Detectives, and pretty much any sports
Music: Favorite albums Rock.... U2, [Joshua Tree], Guns & Roses, [Appetite for Destruction] (guitar lovers dream)
Favorite Country albums: George Strait, [Greatest hits vol.1.] Diamond Rio, [Love a little stronger], Mark Wills, [Loving every minute]
Favorite Rap albums: Tupac, Greatest hits. Notorious B.I.G., Life after death
Favorite R&B albums: Joe, [my name is Joe], Usher, [My Way]
Older stuff like Bread, Lionel Ritchie, Player, Foriegner, Elton John also sound great
Any of these albums should be heard for your respective genre if you haven't already.
Movies: Comedies: Dumb and Dumber, Meet the Parents, Saving Silverman, Caddyshack, & Stripes
Horror: Friday the 13th part 1, Halloween part 1,
Drama: Dressed to kill, Simple plan,
For the Romantics/tearjerkers: Message in a bottle, Titanic, Frankie and Johnnie, & Cocktail
Recommended Reading Sites:
Books I have recently read that I can personally endorse.
Do You want to save the marraige? This
book sheds much light on what you can do
for a rocky marraige. Good reading for
options you never thought you had.
Good, comprehensive book answering
couples questions that will churn you
relationship into another gear!
Find Lost Love: A phenominal book for
those who long to be reunited with their
past love. Sometimes finding lost love is
a real blessing!
Generating a unique perspective when
entering the dating scene can make or
break your future. 300 Creative ways to
Date is a real romantic stylistic reader!
Break free from the Affair! This book takes
both sides, the one who created the affair and
the one who is suffering from the affair.
Want to know the secrets of great
relationships? Excellent compilation.
When I reviewed Great Expectations, I found that they
are Absolutely one of the Best! I cannot begin to tell
you all the good news that has come from this
matchmaking service. In addition, they have been in
business since the 70s, so they must be doing
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