Snobbery and Promotion
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Category Archives: GenY Thoughts
The photo above in the Wall Street Journal caught my eye this morning and sent me into a tizzy. For the record, I am a bit upset at the direction the health care reform bill is taking. It favors the … Continue reading
Why banking pay bonuses piss people off, how spanking is a good thing, what just compensation really is in Eminent Domain and why the military is meeting their recruiting goals
There was just so much stuff today that made this puppy’s head spin. Amazing how the news media can be given all the facts and come to the wrong conclusion simply by assuming the story HAS to be more complicated … Continue reading
The title of this post is also the positioning statement for the Zack and Shola Lawn Service. Zack and Shola are two enterprising neighborhood boys who figured out they can make money off us older folks by mowing our lawns. … Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal published an article on Tuesday about how many unemployed people are turning to Twitter, blogs and online games to take their minds off their money anxieties. They compared spending several hours a day playing games and … Continue reading
I collect newspaper clippings for blog ideas. Mostly, the articles are things that sent my blood pressure over the edge or got me wondering “what if it were different” or just things that make me go “hmmmmmmmmmm..” These clippings sit … Continue reading
Dear President-elect Barack Obama; I am a small business owner. I do quite well for myself as I am in a knowledge-based business servicing the youth sporting market and the retail services industries. I also dabble a bit in coffee … Continue reading
You write a blog post and post it. Someone comes onto your blog and has an alternative point of view. But, instead of engaging this commenter in a logical argument, you lash out at him, belittling his point of view … Continue reading
Yesterday, I read a tweet from a young someone I’m following who had jury duty. She tweeted: The judge just told us we are not allowed to create a blog about the trial. The geezers in the room laughed. I … Continue reading
I see this ad in the OMMA Show magazine. If this kid walked into your office, looking like this and said, “It’s all about me…” what would you do? Yeah, me too. And I’d make sure he skidded across the … Continue reading
A couple weeks ago, Ryan Healy wrote a blog post about how Baby Boomers screwed up the world and how GenY is going to “fix” it. After turning it over in my 40+ brain a bit (Boomers like to think … Continue reading
This was written from my iPhone. Pretty cool. Send to KindleTweet
Where is Phil Defranco on the debates? We need a good balance of common sense against all this spin on the “real tv.” Send to KindleTweet