Posts Categorized: Communication

It’s a dangerous world

We hear that a lot lately. It’s all hogwash. I’ve had a few opportunities to visit the world outside the United States and a whole slew within our borders. Let me tell you about this world. It’s a wonderful place. It’s filled with amazing landscapes, majestic skies, enchanting bodies of water and so much more…. Read more »

Spell uncheck

Occasionally, posts wander across my Facebook feed showing various texts gone “bad”, purportedly due to the autocorrect features on people’s’ phones. (Note: apparently these are only popular if they are crude or titillating, as opposed to, say, just funny). I have to wonder about those incidents. For a couple of reasons. The first, why do… Read more »

Guess who’s coming to dinner

Twice a year I host a cookout at my house. In May, for my birthday, it’s a BBQ.  In October, for Halloween, it’s a dinner. Two months before the event, I send out an email invitation to everyone with the basics – time, day, occasion, menu hints and a request for advance notification of attendance…. Read more »

So. Speaking without realizing.

One of my personal pleasures from returning to live TV is the fact I get to watch a lot of CNBC.  That may not sound exciting to a lot of you, but in the recent wild volatility across global financial markets, I find it fascinating to watch the psychology of investors and financial experts as… Read more »

GNABRT Day 87 (really 75) – Eight is enough

It’s finally arrived.  Almost.  Nearly.  Just about. The final game of the Great North American Baseball Road Trip is tomorrow (Sunday, August 23rd) at Marlins Park in Miami.  Once the game is complete, I will have finished my (now) nearly three-month voyage to every baseball park in the major leagues to watch a game. In… Read more »

GNABRT day 24 – South of the border

Canadian, that is. A pure travel day for the Great North American Baseball Road Trip.  Plenty of activity both actual and mental as the day progressed. Foremost to be mentioned is that every vista during the drive was amazing.  I won’t use the word “unbelievable”, since many people have gazed on the natural displays before,… Read more »