Hi, everyone!

I would like to introduce myself to you. My name is Chris (or, Buster). I am working on a Business Degree in Finance and Economics from Northern Arizona University.

This is my blog where I write about business, economics, finance, marketing, and entrepreneurship (on top of…food, drink, smoke, sports, the Church, &c.). I argue about religion and politics, because as G.K. Chesterton said it, it’s the only thing worth discussing. Moreover, I pray the Rosary.

I would like to meet as many of the readers as I possibly can. So, if you have time leave a comment, send an e-mail, or twitter message I would be more than happy to respond. Right now the e-mail subscription is down because of increased traffic, but please go ahead and subscribe to my RSS feed.

So if you would like to have future posts sent to your RSS reader you can click on the RSS link to subscribe. Click here to subscribe to RSS. Then choose your RSS reader of your choosing and click subscribe.

More than anything, I’d like to meet as many of my blog visitors as I possibly can. If you have any questions, comments, or whatever, feel free to send them my way.

Thanks for stopping by, and I look forward to keeping in touch!

Chris (or Buster)

Twitter: @chrisorbuster

If you don’t have twitter, you can leave a comment on here and we can figure out how to go about getting to know each other.


4 thoughts on “About

  1. God bless you Chris. Thanks for friending me. I would like to hear how your faith journey story. have you always been excited about the Catholic faith? Are you a convert? Thanks

  2. Thanks for the blessings, Russ. I will be glad to do a write up of my conversion (we are all converts, some of us did it daily for our whole lives and some of us took longer to start picking up our cross).

    But, right now I’ll give the basics. I was baptized one month and ten days (Dec. 16) after I was born in the Immaculate Conception Mission in Cuba, NM. In the Spring of 2010, a week after Easter Vigil I accepted, fully, the Catholic Church and was confirmed and took part of the Eucharist for the first time. There is more to this story than I put here, since there is 20 years between baptism and confirmation. Further there is one year since confirmation and 1st communion.

    I will say, I was not always excited about the Catholic faith, but I always found it mysterious.

    More later. 🙂

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