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I am a financial management consultant by trade and I have been diligently looking for work lately. I’ve had several opportunities which were sure things that slipped away with the speed of my 401k value from September 15th – this is the day Lehman Brothers filed for BK. That changed everything.
Everyone, and I mean everyone, is locking it down right now. Commerce is barely moving and my line of work, like so many others, is viable only when the business is working.
This financial crisis is one for the ages. …
A good friend of mine, Dave, sent me a video clip of the legendary actor on a recent morning show. I love Dave and I love Ernest Borgnine more than ever at this point. I saw this video was captured over at The Common Man as well. Great minds think alike.
When reminded of his age, he was asked his secret to life. Take a listen (only a minute).
I’m reminded of the amazing candidness that happens when you reach a certain age. It happens at different ages for all of us, …
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The season premier of Mad Men this past week was stellar. It was like watching the Mad Men pilot episode all over again. The show fast forwarded 14 months to Valentines Day 1962 and life was changing for everybody.
Peggy is essentially turning into a hard ass that the other women are beginning to look up to. Sterling is back to his old womanizing ways. And Draper is realizing his new, pretty face is looking much older in an ever-changing industry.
The two moments in Mad Men season premier that stood out …
The conservative magazine, The National Review, had columnist Lou Aguilar write an article this week called Real Men Vote for McCain. He pulls together 10 points why McCain would be a better choice than Obama based on his level manliness.
I need to remind everyone at this point that Aguilar is a fiction writer. I know the NR would like to think they are writing the facts and making good points, but…
I need to remind everyone that Aguilar is a fiction writer!!! And for the most part, his article is mostly …
I never agreed with his politics or where he stood on a spectrum of topics, but here is another instance where I wish I could have had a chance to the meet the man while he was alive. It is only in his death, I am finding out so much about this guy that makes me think I could be doing so much more with my own life to live up to such a high standard.
Last month, the world was shocked when Tim Russert of Meet The Press fame suddenly …
Over at Chron.com, Craig Yates wrote a very, very interesting review of a Peggy Noonan Wall Street Journal OpEd. I will leave thoughts on politics off this website, but this review REALLY caught my attention. The main reason it grabbed me was the instance where they discussed manliness in the candidates in relation to what these two candidate represent.
Old America (John McCain) vs. New America (Barack Obama) was on trial and it was clear Noonan feels that Old America is the right choice. Ms. Noonan says …