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GregorMendel
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Hello, everyone! I write for fun and hope for profit.BS/BA in Psychology and English - Creative Writing, USC. Awarded Annenberg Scholar in Broadcast Journalism 2006-2007. Poetry published in multiple sources. Emphasis on Entertainment Arts and Law. I am a logic puzzler extraordinaire, proficient researcher and fact-checker. I am a foodie. I enjoy electronics, computers, entertainment, politics, psychology, lore and language. I write articles for Infobarrel to supplement my income and you can too. Use my link to get started: http://www.infobarrel.com/signup.php?ref_id=750255 If you're not writing hubs yet, get started! They're basically niche articles you write based on your expertise. You will notice your Google AdSense page views skyrocketing: http://hubpages.com/_NewProfile http://www.swagbucks.com/refer/ConanObrien5k Join Swagbucks through that link and get rewarded for searching, participate in free auctions. It's great and free! I have about 20 prizes already. http://www.slicethepie.com/?wyd=423755 Earn money simply by reviewing new music. You get to rate along a sliding scale and write constructive feedback for the band to improve.

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Home & Garden
by GregorMendel
7 years ago
25 Easy Ways to Save Money on Gardening

Use these 25 tips to save money when starting a garden and shopping for lawn care supplies. Learn ways to recycle household items into valuable devices for your garden, and ways to get seeds and garden starter supplies for free.

Lifestyle
by GregorMendel
7 years ago
Shopping on a Budget

How do parents, grandparents, college students, and those who are single stick to a budget? Is it about the one-stop shop, or is the gas meaningless when you find savings down the street? Check out these 6 invaluable shopping tips that could save you time, money, and a big hassle.

Entertainment
by GregorMendel
7 years ago
Gentry and Gentility: Unraveling Social Hypocrisy in Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales

Chaucer the poet vs Chaucer the author. This is a critical piece examining the role of women in the role of the wife or wyf, and whether they were exclusively suited for domesticity. Citations are provided but it is always helpful to have a copy of The Canterbury Tales handy when referencing the Wife of Bath and the Clerk's Tale.

Entertainment
by GregorMendel
7 years ago
An Interview with The Office's Steve Carell

In 2007, I had the opportunity to interview The Office's Steve Carell while in Los Angeles. Until today, the details of my interview have been unpublished and unknown.

Entertainment
by GregorMendel
7 years ago
Raymond Chandler in The Long Goodbye: Detective Beneath the Surface

Explore Raymond Chandler's world as written in "The Long Goodbye." Find 1953 Los Angeles in Philip Marlowe and to what Chandler is really saying goodbye: The mystery is afoot.

Entertainment
by GregorMendel
7 years ago
John Milton in Paradise Lost: Poet, Author, Muse

The narrator and author are two very different things. Or are they? Examine author John Milton's views on angels, devils and everything in between in his thought-provoking religious modern epic.

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