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About Carter Lee

Carter Lee is the author of When Jonathan Cried For Me, columnist of In That Moment of Space for the Washington Times Communities, a professional speaker, President of Innovative Social Dynamics, partner of Vera Wear, host of Carter Lee Presents the Fever, and manager of models (Carter’s Bombshells). To see all of his work visit http://www.thecarterlee.com, Twitter, and Facebook.

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Camping Can Cure The Night Owl

Aug 05, 13 Camping Can Cure The Night Owl

Posted by in Health

For the last twenty or so years now, I have averaged four to six hours sleep a night, the former being more accurate than the latter. I enjoy being a night owl for the most part.

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Scoring The Date (Part 2)

Aug 03, 13 Scoring The Date (Part 2)

Posted by in A Modern Guide To Dating, Lifestyle

In the previous blog, I talked about how the approach should go if you are approaching a woman who is by herself. In this blog (sorry it took so long), I will be covering how to approach a woman who is surrounded by her friends and also other admirers.

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Twenty Greatest Classic Rock Albums: The Jazz Singer

I will be counting down the twenty greatest classic rock albums of all time using the greatest scientific and technical methods available: my opinion. It is important to define what I mean by classic rock. I am taking albums that were created during the 60’s on through to the 80’s. Number 16 on the list is Neil Diamond’s The Jazz Singer.

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Spiders On Drugs Say That Caffeine Is Bad for You

Jun 08, 13 Spiders On Drugs Say That Caffeine Is Bad for You

Posted by in Health

I love studying the animal kingdom for a cornucopia of reasons. I find other species interesting, scary, adorable, and I love to see the comparisons between humans and other species of life. In sticking with the latter theme, it turns out that spiders love doing LSD, marijuana, and caffeine. Okay, so that’s pretty much bullshit, but we have studied spiders on such substances.

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Twenty Greatest Classic Rock Albums: Automatic For The People

I will be counting down the twenty greatest classic rock albums of all time using the greatest scientific and technical methods available: my opinion. It is important to define what I mean by classic rock. I am taking albums that were created during the 60’s on through to the 80’s. Number 17 on the list;R.E.M’s Automatic for the People.

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Twenty Greatest Classic Rock Albums: Bridge Over Troubled Water

I will be counting down the twenty greatest classic rock albums of all time using the greatest scientific and technical methods available: my opinion. Number 18 on the list; Simon & Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water.

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A Conversation With Producer And Author Gary Goldstein: Kickstarter

May 23, 13 A Conversation With Producer And Author Gary Goldstein: Kickstarter

Posted by in Media & Entertainment

Recently I had the pleasure of speaking with author and producer (Pretty Woman, Under Siege, The Mothman Prophecies, etc.) Gary Goldstein. Wait, those words I just typed were so surreal I have to write it again. Recently I had the pleasure of speaking with producer and author, Gary Goldstein.

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The Power Of The Meme

May 17, 13 The Power Of The Meme

Posted by in Lifestyle, Technology

Memes, you gotta love ‘em, especially the drunken baby and angry cat memes; but memes can be dangerous. Because I’m a public personality, I’m all over social media on a daily basis like melting butter over fried chicken (don’t judge me).

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The Myth Of The Eight-Hour Sleep Schedule

May 16, 13 The Myth Of The Eight-Hour Sleep Schedule

Posted by in Health

Anyone who knows me knows I don’t sleep a lot. Recently, I pushed myself too hard for the last couple of months, only averaging two hours sleep a night, sometimes four, and this caught up to me (I will spare you the dramatics).

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Cluster Headaches: Finally Pain Free, Hell Yeah!

May 13, 13 Cluster Headaches: Finally Pain Free, Hell Yeah!

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Not too long ago I shared tips on how to get relief from cluster headaches. CH is a rare disease, effecting 0.1% of the population, and to bottom line it for you; its humankind’s most painful disease and the best way to describe it is the feeling of a hot poker going through your eye, or to state it scientifically; it blows.

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