Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Bold Social Experiment

Some time back, I bit the bullet and joined one of those social networks.  This particular one is focused on business relationships.  I have had the opportunity to meet some wonderful people, identify a few career possibilities, and have been … Continue reading

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Superhero Wanted Apply Within

Possessing a formal background in global marketing and business development, I always keep a keen eye out for new consumer and business trends.  I am still befuddled by the number of reality shows that air on the television.  Is it … Continue reading

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Life at the Improv

I am certain that many of you are asking yourself the same question.  Was that a typo in the title of his blog post?  Did he mean to say “live” instead of “life?”  Yes, the “F” and the “V” are located … Continue reading

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Lunch Pails for Everyone

As an elementary school student, it was the highlight of my day!  The lunch bell would ring, we would file into an orderly line, and the teacher would lead us into the lunchroom.  This was before the advent of the … Continue reading

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Greetings Earthlings

No, I did not spend my entire weekend watching cheesy science fiction movies from the 1950’s!  Although there is a lot to be said for classics like “Angry Red Planet” and “Zombies of the Stratosphere.”  The plots were always intriguing … Continue reading

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Three Roses in the Park

As the frost began to build up on my moustache; I came to the conclusion that perhaps I should have gotten a hamster instead of a hound dog.  The icy wind was piercing through my winter coat, rendering it completely … Continue reading

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The Muses Took Early Retirement

There was a time in ancient Greece when all works of art were attributed to the inspiration granted by a group of seven goddesses.  Collectively they were known as the Muses.  Calliope, Clio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene, Thalia, and Urania would … Continue reading

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