I started with their Irish Coffee, served in a pretty glass.
December 15, 2022
April 7, 2022
So, this week the company CEO visited us. After his last visit in December 2021, I was not looking forward to it. He had me feeling horrible the last time, so I expected more of the same. He did not disappoint. Our one-on-one meetings feel like interrogations. I am often caught off guard without knowing … Continue reading April 7, 2022
Earlier this week, Wrestling Inc. reported that the Vince McMahon and the WWE issued a mandate that the "talent" cannot “engage with outside third parties.” “Some of you are engaged with outside third parties using your name and likeness in ways that are detrimental to our company. It is imperative that these activities be terminated … Continue reading Ownership
Review: The Umbrella Academy 2
The Hargreeves have returned. Netflix released season 2 of "The Umbrella Academy." The story picks up from last season's finale, where the kids escape the apocalypse thanks to Five teleporting them back in time. Each member goes back to the 1960s, roughly one year apart from 1960 to 1963. The apparent plot is stopping another … Continue reading Review: The Umbrella Academy 2
After a tumultuous year in 2019, I looked forward to the possibilities of the year 2020. The beginning of a new decade was exciting to think about. Or so I thought. The year started with my father-in-law being seriously injured in a car accident. A couple of weeks later, I received a speeding ticket for … Continue reading Surreality
A Fun Weekend
Despite the fact that our air-conditioner stopped working at home this weekend, we made the most of our weekend.
United We Fall
I don’t like flying, not due to fear of heights but due to all of the travel related headaches I go through from airport check-in to crowded planes. United Airlines has never been a favorite choice of travel for me and this latest situation just solidifies my position. A passenger, David Dao, on UA flight … Continue reading United We Fall
Thoughts: Film – Ghost in the Shell
April 3, 2017 - We went to see "Ghost in the Shell", despite the "whitewashing" controversy surrounding the casting of the film. I was feeling a bit nostalgic due to the pop-culture anime from the late 1990s. Maybe I should have ignored that feeling. The Good I thought the special effects and cinematography were good. It … Continue reading Thoughts: Film – Ghost in the Shell
The once indestructible Wolverine having to cope with mortality.
Something to Leave Behind
I started this YouTube channel a year ago with the intent of it being a hobby that allowed me to connect with people. Despite the courses in marketing, personal branding, and content creation, the channel lacks….interest. Maybe one day, I will figure out it's purpose and finally leave something worthwhile behind. https://youtu.be/i8306SHgr2s
Choose “Your” Life’s Work
I have made choices based on the decisions of others. This is one of my greatest mistakes in life.
Opinion – Buying Popularity on Social Media
Last week, I read a blog post "Buying Likes and Followers? Get Outta Here!" on BookingAnita.wordpress.com, which raised the question, how much are you willing to spend on social media popularity? READ POST: https://bookinganita.wordpress.com/2016/02/10/buying-likes-and-followers-get-outta-here/
I am watching what was once a very entertaining YouTube fitness channel called "Physiques of Greatness" also known as "POG". I enjoyed watching Chris Jones and Vince G. promote bodybuilding, answering questions, and their occasional shenanigans. Overtime, they created shirts (like most fitness YouTubers) and got into the supplement manufacturing game. So... Vince dropped out … Continue reading Welfare Checks
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