One last time, I suggest before you read this post that you zip through the first post this week (kindly linked for you), so you are prepared for the self-indulgent drivel below. On the plus side, this is the last … Read the rest
Monthly Archives: December 2016
Each post this week starts with a warning and an admonishment: if you haven’t read Monday’s post first, then you should not read this one yet. You will have no perspective for the flood of negativity that follows.
I got … Read the rest
Hold it! Before you read today’s post, go back and read yesterday’s post. I’ll wait.
You’re really going through with this? Fine, I wash my hands…this is all self-inflicted from here.
The coming of the new year is a time … Read the rest
When this blog was first created, it was because of my books.
There was no way, I was told, a writer could succeed in today’s market without a web and social media presence.
Fair enough, but even back then I … Read the rest
Or, more accurately, music walks me, but that’s just not as sexy a title.
In this case, though, music writes me, as I welcome you to a cornucopia of musically influenced random ramblings.
Maestro, if you please…
You cannot be … Read the rest
In one of those strange quirks that happen between the Jewish calendar and the Roman calendar, Hanukkah (for the remainder of this post, I will use this spelling…you may then choose to use one of the other 4,946 other spellings … Read the rest
I’ve never considered myself a leader.
Looking back over my years in Corporate America, I can see that I had high ideals but a mixture of immaturity and naivety likely caused me to hurt as much as I helped.
Now … Read the rest
I was never a Boy Scout, but, darned it I don’t seem stuck on that one oft-repeated motto.
By now, regular readers know my background, but for the remote possibility of a stray newbie accidentally landing here while lost in … Read the rest
In my last post, I used a picture of a “holiday card” inspired by the TV show “The Walking Dead”. In that post, I mentioned I’m not a fan. Today. we’re going to expand on that a bit.
First, let … Read the rest