We have much to learn from those who make us wait to do business we dislike. ~Irish-American Proverb
Author: The Second-Rate Scientist
“. . .because a chart there is!”
“The Y is like a museum of the aging process.”
“. . . the future St. Pete knew the importance of a good nap!”
“…Do you have a life-advice question you’ve been dying to ask a very part-time blogger and social media over-poster? …”
”It was a day . . .when I knew nothing was sacred.”
. . . And THEN I started to wonder if we’re ALL ghosts to each other. . .
. . . Well, my writing teachers in college warned against the “overuse” of “quotation marks,” and that little bit of wisdom was obviously “wrong,” . . .
I realize that many blogging purists probably don’t use Facebook. However, I more or less appreciate it for what it is, and as I’m trying to build a readership while at the same time developing a voice, etc, I need to use whatever media I can. So, I’m in the middle of a push to
This week at work, we had an “all-hands” meeting to discuss the state of the company. Most of it was presented in financial parlance, most of which was over my head, and likely over the heads of my colleagues, as we are largely a technical group. I feel like we were like a bunch of
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“Yield for Pedestrians, It’s the Law!” Seems like a no-brainer. The existence of this sign means that, at some point, some politician had to stand up — in my mind wearing suspenders and a string-bow tie, periodically mopping his brow with a monogrammed handkerchief, two fingers of small-batch bourbon resting on the desk beside him
My son uses the phrase “Guess what.” approximately 1183 times a day. I don’t know if that’s typical, but I hope he outgrows it before he enters the workforce. I can imagine it will not be necessarily appreciated: Hey, Boss! Guess what. What? I ran those tests you asked for, and guess what. What? I