Robots don’t always have to be the evil ones wo are terminating humans, In some ways robots teach us a thing or two. FRC (First Robotics Competition) is an organization consisting of over 8,000 teams worldwide. These teams are for high schoolers that compete as a community or school. My father coaches a community […]Read More A fight Among Metal
Today I woke up and had a waffle before we headed of to Koblenz. Once we were in Koblenz we were able to buy tickets for a day river cruise on the Rhine. The wind blew in my face and almost broke my umbrella several times; it was extremely scary for me, even though everyone […]Read More October 6, 2019: Frankfurt Germany
After finally adjusting to the time difference, I got up (on time), ate some oatmeal, and then we headed out. We walked for about 10 min down the street to the old town center, which is surrounded by traditional German architecture and with a large cathedral in the middle. I was overjoyed being surrounded with […]Read More October 5, 2019: Frankfurt Germany
This morning at around 6:30 am CEST we woke up to a gong in the hotel’s loudspeaker. It sounded like Big Ben fell down inside our room (We later asked the hotel and they said it was a mistake.) After we all realized that we would not be able to go back to sleep, we […]Read More October 4, 2019: Heidelberg/Frankfurt Germany
October 3, 2019: This morning I woke up, then I walked over to my moms bed to wake her up. I rushed down to the restaurant to eat breakfast and we headed out soon afterwards. We drove for about two hours to the French border, with no intention of staying in France more than an […]Read More October 3, 2019: Ludwigsburg, Stuttgart, Strasbourg France/ Germany
October 2, 2019: We woke up around 10 am CEST and started off with a great breakfast provided by the Nestor Hotel (same routine). Soon after breakfast my mom and I took off to the metro station (while my father left to his Dürr NDT meeting). We took the metro to central Stuttgart and then […]Read More October 2, 2019: Ludwigsburg/Stuttgart Germany
Today we started off with a wonderful hotel breakfast and headed off toward Ludwigsburg Palace, we toured the palace and gardens and even got to see the large pumpkin displays. Around 4:15 pm CEST we headed off in a double decker tour bus to Volkfest, the Stuttgart version of Oktoberfest. We had dinner with representatives […]Read More October 1, 2019: Ludwigsburg/Stuttgart Germany
Mayor Rhonda Shader of Placentia was born in Whittier California. She grew up in Fullerton and later moved to Placentia, attending Rancho Santiago Canyon Community College and University of Phoenix . Mayor Shader worked at Ameriquest Mortgage and later grew to owning a State Farm insurance agency, which is still one of her jobs. When […]Read More The Fun Mayor
On September 9, 2019, I interviewed Mayor Brian Bergman of La Habra Heights. Mayor Bergman was born in Braham, Minnesota and grew up in Cambridge. As a young adult he had always lived in smaller cities until he moved to the Bay Area. He worked for United Airlines and was promoted to be a manager […]Read More Small Town, Great People!
Scott Townley has done an incredible job for the past 18 years with paying tribute to one of the worst acts of terrorism ever to take place in the world, starting only four days after nine eleven. Townley works hard every year to insure that every single person whose lives were taken are represented, either […]Read More Land of the Free, Home of the Brave!