Conroy is a transportation engineer/renaissance man with the mind of an analyst and the eye of an artist. Bursting with energy, sharp as a razor, and fast with the facts, Conroy is a deep thinker with a love for sports, history, literature, movies, music, physics, philosophy...the list goes on and on. He is proud to call Baltimore, MD, his personal stomping ground, but he also loves to travel around the world.
The Man is a lawyer with an enthusiastic love for learning and a passion for figuring things out. He's especially fascinated by the law and economics movement these days, but his interests include language and logic, science and philosophy, and just about everything else. He lives and works in Fort Lauderdale, FL with his lovely wife and two wonderful cats.
Conroy and the Man
Conroy and The Man debuted in September 2010, with wide-ranging posts, on well, anything that interests us.
We guarantee only the following - this blog is home to the greatest writing; most original, groundbreaking insights; brilliantly entertaining repartee; and the timeless power of genius...okay, perhaps a bit of hyperbole.
What we can promise is the energy of two men inspired by the complexity and variety of this universe and hungry to express that interest to our readers. We cover topics from the esoteric to the mundane, but always with enthusiasm.
Conroy is an engineer with the mind of an analyst and the eye of an artist. Bursting with energy and sharp as a razor, his interests include sports, history, literature, film, music, physics, philosophy...the list goes on and on.
The Man is a lawyer with an enthusiasm for learning and a passion for figuring things out. Interests include law, economics, language and logic, science and philosophy, and just about everything else.
LATEST ARTICLES ( 114 )
Frequent readers may have noticed that I haven't posted anything new over the last month. There is good reason for this lull. I'm taking a few months to focus o... Read morePosted on 17 January 2013 CULTURE, SCIENCE, SOCIETY
- Posted on 20 December 2012 CULTURE, SCIENCE, SOCIETY
- Posted on 07 December 2012 CULTURE, SCIENCE, SOCIETY
- Posted on 28 November 2012 SPORTS, TENNIS
- Posted on 27 November 2012 SPORTS, TENNIS
Will the GOP be able to compete in the Electoral College?Conventional political wisdom holds that incumbent Presidents are hard to beat. But this year, Mitt... Read morePosted on 11 November 2012 SOCIETY
About five hours after the launch of Apollo 17, in the early morning hours of December 7, 1972, the astronauts of man’s final lunar mission turned their gazes... Read morePosted on 04 November 2012 CULTURE, SCIENCE, SOCIETY
Let’s concede that sometimes the world moves too fast. Time, to our mortal frustration, never stops. And down on a personal level so much of our limited time... Read morePosted on 30 October 2012 ENTERTAINMENT, MUSIC
Lance Armstrong had a great story. World class athlete is struck low by metastasizing cancer and given only fifty-fifty odds to live. He suffers through... Read morePosted on 18 October 2012 SOCIETY, SPORTS
Felix Baumgartner ready for his record jumpEarlier today Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner fell from the edge of space. Or more accurately, he jumped from a... Read morePosted on 14 October 2012 SCIENCE, SOCIETY
Electoral votes based on recent pollsThe U.S. Presidential Election is just a month away, and if you’re at all curious about how the election may go, you’re in... Read morePosted on 08 October 2012 DEBATE, POLITICS, SOCIETY
by Conroy On Sunday, the critically acclaimed CIA/terrorist drama Homeland will begin its second season on Showtime. It’s a well-timed return as just this past... Read morePosted on 28 September 2012 ENTERTAINMENT, TV & VIDEO
by Conroy Burning Death ValleyFor those of you who, like me, are interested in the extremes of our natural world, there is a new hottest place on Earth: Death... Read morePosted on 17 September 2012 ENVIRONMENT, SCIENCE, WEATHER
by Conroy In just a few days, September 17 to be exact, the U.S. Constitution turns 225-years-old1. It was on that date in 1787 that the Constitutional... Read morePosted on 13 September 2012 POLITICS, SOCIETY
Tennis star retires after 12 years of professional play Read morePosted on 06 September 2012 SPORTS, TENNIS
by Conroy A view along Duval StreetKey West. What comes into your mind when you read those words? How about a sunny tropical island? Key West is the only... Read morePosted on 29 August 2012 TRAVEL
by Conroy Washington, one of America's fastest growing cities in recent yearsThe U.S. Census Bureau recently released data on population growth in American... Read morePosted on 15 August 2012 CULTURE, SCIENCE, SOCIETY
by Conroy Usain Bolt - the fastest man in the world?On Sunday evening at London’s Olympic Stadium Usain Bolt electrified the packed stands as he surged ahead... Read morePosted on 08 August 2012 CULTURE, SCIENCE, SOCIETY
- Posted on 24 July 2012 SOCIETY
by Conroy Roger Federer victorious at Wimbledon for the seventh timeRoger Federer collapsed awkwardly to the grass as Andy Murray’s backhand passing shot, the... Read morePosted on 12 July 2012 SPORTS, TENNIS
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