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Foundation Theory of Relationships

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What is the Foundation Theory of Relationships

Honestly, I thought the Foundation Theory of Relationships was a concept some genius psychologist coined or made up, or maybe I read it in a book somewhere.

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One of the biggest weaknesses I have is emotional immaturity. I tend to react quickly and harsh, but I have learned to turn this weakness into a strength (through the help of behavioral therapy, any negative aspect of life can be “spun” into being positive).

When someone is having any emotional reaction (e.g., happy, sad), he is in a virtual bubble (think Bubble Boy, but without the shitty plot).

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If Christianity Were Like Public Service

Ronald Huereca
06/29/2006

A person who becomes a public servant is required to place the public’s best interest over their own. A public servant is to be impartial, loyal, disciplined, and unwavering in his or her commitment to a country. In comparison, a Christian is to place the will of God before their own. A Christian (putting it rather simply) is to serve God, and believe in the death and resurrection of Jesus for salvation.

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Department of Defense Ethics and Contracting

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Cruise Control

Student: Ronald Huereca
Date: 11/18/2004
Topic: Cruise Control

Introduction

Most new cars in the United States come with cruise control already built-in. With increasing congestion on the Interstates and highways, automobile manufacturers have begun installing a new feature called adaptive cruise control. Adaptive cruise control senses traffic conditions ahead and adjusts a vehicle’s speed to the vehicle in front of it.

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Bluray vs. HD-DVD

Student: Ronald Huereca
Date: 09/09/2004
Topic: Bluray vs. HD-DVD

Introduction

Today’s DVDs generate approximately fifty percent of a film’s overall revenue. With a growth of forty-four percent in sales in 2003, DVD sales are stronger than ever. Unfortunately, industry analysts predict that by 2008, DVD sales growth will slow to seven percent. In addition, by 2008 it is expected that half of the United States could own a high-definition (HD) television.

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Plagiarism, Original Works, and Academic Integrity

Student: Ronald Huereca
Date: 9/2/04
Topic: Plagiarism, Original Works, and Academic Integrity

Introduction

More students are coming into higher levels of education under-prepared. These students cannot read or write very well, cannot think with intellectual depth, and have the wrong skills for life-long learning. Many students have the attitude that they would like the degree, but not have the knowledge (Abramson, 2001).

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Birth Control Alternatives

Student: Ronald Huereca
Date: 10/14/2004
Topic: Birth Control Alternatives

Introduction

When birth control showed up in the 1960s, it was hailed as a milestone for women. Women could now plan their periods and somewhat avoid unplanned pregnancies. Since the 1960s, when the Pill was introduced, birth control methods have evolved significantly. There are tried and true methods, such as the regular Pill, but there are other methods as well.

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Windows Future Storage (WinFS)

Student: Ronald Huereca
Date: 09/24/2004
Topic: Windows Future Storage (WinFS)

Introduction

Microsoft’s next operating system, code-named Longhorn, is not due for release until late 2006. A new file system, called Windows Future Storage (WinFS), was originally planned to be included in the new operating system. However, due to schedule conflicts, WinFS will not be included in Longhorn. Many industry watchers are crying foul and stating that Longhorn should not be released prematurely.

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