Monthly Archives: May 2017

Bill Hicks was right

I made this post the other day, then I started thinking about the true cost of a marketing campaign. Think about all the steps involved in making an envelope, printing fancy fliers or sticky notes, including free nickels, postage, etc…. … Continue reading

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“Nationalism” is just another form of “brand loyalty”

One day, an old acquaintance of mine remarked on Facebook: “English by the grace of God!“, so I replied “Pretty sure your parents had a lot to do with that.” and he countered with “Only one of them mate !“. … Continue reading

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This shit’s gotta go!

Yesterday the world lost one of the greatest men to walk this planet, Jacques Fresco. I have often said that he is the “wise old grandfather that real life never afforded me”. If you have never heard of him, you … Continue reading

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Emotions in motion

This post is NOT directed towards, or about, any single person. I know several people like this and I’m sure you do too.   Some would say “You’re a cold, heartless, bastard“, ¬†and I would counter that accusation with logic … Continue reading

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Paralysis by analysis

Too many time I’ve seen people and entire companies come to a complete stand-still because they just can’t make an educated decision. Some businesses falter because management can’t decide what direction the business should go in. Meetings are called, options … Continue reading

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The M.O.A.L.C.

I’ve had leg cramps before and sometimes they are exacerbated by drinking alcohol (especially Redd’s Apple Ale). Usually it’s just a muscle cramp in my calf, which can be worked out by stretching. Sometimes I’ll be asleep in bed, having … Continue reading

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Capitalism makes no sense

Why is it that buying a product from a “re-seller” is cheaper than buying that same product directly from the manufacturer? How many different “middle-men” can have their hands on a product, with each one of them making at least … Continue reading

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