Help is here for the puzzled reader or AR-obsessive quoter of Monty Python sketches in the two volumes of "All The Words".
Some entrepreneurs start out being too shy to entertain a worldwide view of their company. They limit marketing to their own "backyard." In their own backyard they can see if their products and services will fly, without losing too much face. But, eventually, they know they need to get out into the real world and see what the folks out there think. That means pressing some palms, greeting some strangers, joining business groups, and networking groups, and getting noticed.
From a young age I noticed how certified heroes were mostly male. I failed to notice, before Monuments and Maidens
In ancient Rome, December 25 was the birthday of the unconquered, the day of the winter solstice and the last day of the Saturnalia.
My respect for the hardworking cast of Hi-5 has increased yet again. This is a good story.
They failed to do anything that they promised and I lost momentum on the project. But karma may win in the end.
To all my Canheads and poetry heads in NYC, make sure you mark your calendars for this event! Canhead’s favorite poet ,Tantra, will be on the stage along with some heavyweights in the spoken world scene. This one is not to be missed!
A Hard Days Night is an excellent glimpse of the Beatles on the cusp of World Stardom. This was before the summer of love, drugs, and the sitar where the Beatles were just trying to be the best band in the world and writing songs that made them so. It is a joy to see them cutting up and being their goofy, hilarious selves. I dare you not to sing and dance along as you watch it.
John Wayne is the perfect example of a star echoing the mood and viewpoint of our country as a whole.
Trump's new development allowed connection that allows us to do what we can to help cure Leukemia and Lymphoma.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for January 22, 2005
If only those Medicaid beneficiaries were able to dole out such cash...
Every now and then, a news story comes along that really makes me blow my cool. Something preternaturally stupid and offensive, something that really makes me wonder why I stay in a party with such raving imbeciles, something...
H. G. Wells had it all backwards. Evolution, that is. Read The Island of Dr. Moreau and find out for