About Frank and Trending Views

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About Frank Lea

I have over 20 years experience in managing websites, advertising, and writing. I began building websites in college and have turned this into a career of successful ventures and multiple failures. You simply cannot succeed without failing on at least one thing. You can't go far without taking risks.

I graduated from Kutztown Uniersity with a BA in Professional Writing and later gathered an MA from Arcadia University.

My best offline venture was writing for the Keystone Newspaper in college. It was a little paper that no one read, but something made me irritated enough to submit an opinions piece and it was all downhill from there. The Keystone became the most read item in Kutztown. Students awaited my writing each week and couldn't wait to trash it with their own opinion. The editor's desk was finally busy.

Writing for that newspaper caused me to lose my internship with Public Relations. I wrote about why the KU marching band should receive a noise ordinance violation for playing excessively loud music as I slept off a night of college partying. A member of KU's PR team was in the band.

I prefer writing opinions, crime, and fun stories.

I think for myself and have my own views on social issues and politics. I don't swing hard left or right, but mostly in the middle and to the right.

I respect everyone's point of view, because nothing makes this world more interesting than all of us having a different perspective on things. It's what truly makes this world interesting on a daily basis.

Could you imagine if we were all identical? It would be weird. Plus, I wouldn't want my wife to look at me.

She's definitely better looking.