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Raymond Riley
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Lives in Austin, Texas, USA
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I would recommend the death penalty.
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The author of this article is obviously not very intelligent.  When you increase the minimum wage, all other wages within the society will eventually adjust upwards.  If you are going to write about basic economic concepts, at least have the decency to learn a little bit about economics.
Dear fast food workers, It's come to my attention that many of you, supposedly in 230 cities across the country, are walking out of your jobs today and protesting for $15 an hour. You earnestly believe -- indeed, you've been led to this conclusion by pandering politicians and liberal pundits...
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I would recommend the death penalty for all political corruption cases.
Joseph Ferriero, the former chairman of the Bergen County Democratic Organization, was facing a five-county racketeering indictment.
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News about a pathetic moron.
Gwyneth Paltrow was tapped by Mario Batali to do the #FoodBankNYCChallenge and eat on $29 a week. Here's what she bought...
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I think this is hilarious.
The pop star inducted the iconic rocker and recalled a story on the day they first met and smoked pot in a bathroom, calling it: 'the first time I wanted to have sex with Joan Jett'
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So, basically, the FBI creates false evidence to help prosecute people who prosecutors want to frame.  I recommend the death penalty for all FBI forensic people involved.  That's fair.
The FBI has admitted to overstating nearly all forensic matches from suspects’ hair samples during a span of nearly 30 years.
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It would be a really big mistake for the Republicans to nominate Bush as he will get none of the swing vote and that is what wins elections.  Obama was elected twice by getting the swing vote.  It doesn't make any difference who they run, he or she will loose.  Probably the same in 2020.
It’s clearly on people’s minds—even W’s. The former president (and my former boss) had an interesting exchange Wednesday with an audience in Chicago. Asked about his brother Jeb’s candidacy for president, his answer was quintessential W: “He has got a problem: me.” W. was always more politically astute than...
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Unfortunately, she displays all of the basic characteristics of a gangbang whore.  Line up everyone.
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Funny, that is the same way it works with prostitutes.
Men feel most generous online when donating to attractive women — especially if other men have already given them money. That is the conclusion of a new stud...
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Education
  • University of Arkansas
    Chemical Engineering, 1975 - 1979
    Fayetteville, Arkansas
  • West Virginia College of Graduate Studies
    MBA, 1980 - 1985
    Institute West Virginia
  • Newport High School
    high school, 1972 - 1975
    Newport, Arkansas
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Work in progress.
Introduction
Retired chemical engineer, BSChE and MBA.
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I have 2 great sons and a good dog. My dog is a yellow lab and her name is QTpi.
Work
Occupation
Explorer
Skills
A unique set of skills
Employment
  • retired
    present
    Consultant to the petrochemical industry, explorer of all things interesting in the world, writer
  • GTC Technology
    Project Manager, 2006 - 2008
  • Bechtel Corporation
    Technology Manager, 1996 - 2002
  • Millenium Petrochemical
    Production Manager, 1992 - 1996
  • Shedden Uhde Engineering
    Project Manager, 2003 - 2004
  • PT Chandra Asri
    Project Manager, 1990 - 1992
  • Union Carbide Corporation
    Licensing Project Manager, 1979 - 1990
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Austin, Texas, USA
Previously
Houston, Texas, USA - Reading, England - Pattaya, Thailand - Singapore - Beijing, China - Charleston, West Virginia, USA - New Orleans, Louisiana, USA - Victoria, Texas, USA - Jakarta, Indonesia - Little Rock, Arkansas, USA - Newport, Arkansas, USA - Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico - Lockbourne AFB, Colombus, Ohio - Topeka, Kansas, USA - Orlando, Florida, USA -
I drove from London to Brussels and stopped at the WW2 military cemetery at Henri Chapelle. My uncle, my dad's half brother, Leon Bradford, was killed at the Battle of the Bulge and is buried there. The area is beautifully maintained and very respectful. You can be assured if you have relative buried there that their graves are well cared for.
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I have been to McKinney Falls several times. It's a great place to camp on Onion Creek and the fishing is pretty good. I highly recommend a hike along the creek where the old grinding mill foundation is located. After dusk, you will see groups of deer out in the park.
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reviewed 9 months ago
This is a small, but very interesting museum that has extensive historical information and exhibits which pertain to the local peoples who settled in the area and their experiences in the Civil and World Wars, as well as life, in general, in the area. I would highly recommend a visit.
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These people are funny, especially their girl band. They are trying to punch a whole in time.
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