After almost 5 years of sharing my impressions of The Bachelor, and other reality based television shows, on this site, it is time to say goodbye.
Most of my readers know that history has always been a hobby of mine and, even though I was born in this country, I have always been a European at heart, ever since I took several European History classes, at a Spanish university, during the early 80's.
My family and I are lucky enough to have recently been given "the chance of a life time”, as it is sometimes said on Reality Televisions shows and, after much consideration and planning, are going to take it. For this reason I am retiring from my present career. My family and I will soon move to a small coastal town, located in Northern Spain, where I will begin teaching Modern European History at a nearby university, my wife will open a local gourmet coffee shop, and our daughter will begin her first year at a nearby university.
During the five years our site has been opened it has received over 64,000 hits, according to our counter! I can not begin to thank our readers, supporters, and yes, even those interesting critics who, throughout these five years, have continued to make this project exciting for everyone involved.
Thanks to my daytime office manager, and part-time volunteer interviewer, Wendy (known on some sites as Cristalballassistant), our dear friend, and sometimes proofreader, Jane (A.K.A. lightning2105), Eeps & the B-2 gang, our faithful readers, and all other volunteers who went on "this journey" with us, it has been a good ride and I will miss each and every one of you. May you have a blessed, happy, and fulfilling life.
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A true psychological profile takes several hours to perform, and the subject must be present in order to be precise. His opinions were based on a few segments on a TV program. With the magic of video editing, you are able to piece several segments together and create whatever character traits you wish to expose on a person, therefore he was basing his opinions only on what he saw on the program. In actuality, some of these people's personalities may be totally different than how they are being portrayed. You have the right to not agree with him, since it is possible he might have been wrong on some of his observations, and like he said earlier, this project was only for entertainment purposes.
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