When I had woken up in the morning, I didn't want to check my whatsapp because I just wasn't in a good headspace. Over the previous few days, and after finding out the news yesterday; a bitch, who I should've stopped working for years ago, literally terminated our work relationship -- over mere opinions. I... Continue Reading →
The Arsenio Buck Foundation: Protect Children In Southeast Asia + Giving Speeches In Impoverished Communities In America
All right, I've had enough with seeing old foreigners take advantage of slum kids. The fact that I was just at work last Friday, looking at a completely disoriented foreigner with goggles on his face kissing a 16-year-old student without anyone speaking up is appalling. Do immigration officers, police, or security guards even approach the... Continue Reading →
Thailand: 5 Years & Counting – What Have I Learned?
When I first landed, I was astounded by the humidity. Yes, I had come here once before, but the humidity wasn't at this magnitude. Being in Sukhumvit in May is like being in a damn oven - filled with stenches beyond this planet. I recall meeting up with a teacher -- at Platinum Mall in... Continue Reading →
Turning Points (Finance): Part 2 of 2
Enough is Enough I was laughed at, talked badly about by Thai teachers (they make examples out of you real fast), students flipping me off in my face, disobedient. On a number of occasions, I lost my voice. Regardless of the money, I woke up one morning and said, "keep the 900$ USD....it's not worth... Continue Reading →