Archive for June, 2010

« Previous Entries

The Pope s PR Man

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

This is incredibly creative and incredibly funny. Quote below from the original piece, the voice is the Pope’s PR team. “Another major point is your branding. I think you’re confusing the peeps. Nowadays it’s all about niche marketing. You have to find a niche and stick. You’re anti-abortion and that’s cool. Polling indicates that a […]

“Facebook tops in online evidence in Divorce Cases

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

The inability of some folks to understand that what they do in social media realms, is breathtaking. One more time folks, if you put “it” online, whether in an email, IM, web page, discussion board, or any other elctronic dissemination, by the very structure of the Internet, “it” lives forever and is, in effect, public […]

Abdul-Jabbar says NBA entry age should be 21 – NBA – Yahoo! Sports

Sunday, June 27th, 2010

— He said 6-11 center Nate Thurmond, who played for Golden State, Chicago and Cleveland, was his toughest matchup. “A lot of guys beat on me and said they played good defense. Nate actually used skill and knowledge of the game to play against me and make my evenings more difficult when I had to […]

Ending a Friendship on Principle

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

It is always sad when a friendship ends but this week I needed to end one. Think of what it might have been like in post Civil War, or during the Vietnam era, or even this last decade where individual’s had to take a stand and decide whether to respect the other person’s opinion and […]

Someone in Baltimore defended Art Modell on a Cleveland site!

Friday, June 25th, 2010

This person wrote: Give it a rest small-minded Cleveland fans … Art was, and is, a great man who deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. Forget your pettiness for a minute and look back at all of the innovations he brought to the game (football doubleheaders, tons of special promotional nights, etc.). He […]

Op-Ed Contributor – Lose a General, Win a War –

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

Anyone who has served knew the President could not keep the leadership in place as it was. The military is unforgiving of mistakes but lives are at stake; it must be. “In the longer term, the Army has to return to its tradition of getting rid of leaders who are failing. The Navy has shown […]

Op-Ed Contributor – The Unsentimental Warrior –

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

A terrific conversation regarding how our Army’s leadership differs from the greatest generation’s leadership. Excellent piece. Op-Ed Contributor – The Unsentimental Warrior –

The historic signing of Willie Mays revealed – MLB – Yahoo! Sports

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

In the last few days I have learned bigotry doesn’t lie far beneath the surface for many (separate article). It’s great to read about one of the incredible athletes of the twentieth century who is also a trailblazer on the the path we are, apparently, still traveling. The historic signing of Willie Mays revealed – MLB – […]

MyRagan: Forum

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Bad Acronyms, too funny! via MyRagan: Forum.

:: The Midnight Palace :: – Home

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Oh, This is beyond cool! :: The Midnight Palace :: – Home.

« Previous Entries