Twenty-five years ago this week, being the perfectionist 12-year old kid that I was, I checked the VCR to make sure it was set to record at approximately 8:00 pm Central Standard Time. I knew what I was going to record was going to be a keepsake for archival matter. Last night, I pulled out … More Four Days in November: 50 Years Revisited
Earlier on Monday, I hammered out some thoughts about the pending end of daytime soap operas on television. As you could probably tell (or not), I have a soft spot for these shows. I spent a good part of my summers as a kid glued in front of the television. I remember some of the … More Daytime Memories Part I
Housewives couldn’t get through their day without them. Kids who were at home sick reveled in them. College kids would crash between classes or study hour to catch up with them. If you have been away from them, either for a week or 10 years, it usually takes about 10 minutes for you to know … More No More Cliffhangers
I have several projects on the docket and I’ll be out and about on this wet day. Let us get to the business of finding out what’s going on over the past few days. Before I do, I want to thank all of you for being patient and allowing me to keep the “Life Disrupted” … More News and Sports Links – April 14, 2010
I need help. I can’t think of another way in putting this out there but I will. Fundraising and talking is something I have feared for a long time. I hate asking for money and public speaking is something I can’t do at all. Marketing, well, I couldn’t market or sell you a lemon torte, … More The Health of the Organization
I was never into the television series “Lost”, but as a casual viewer, I wanted to see how the series would end Sunday night. Several hard-core viewers were “lost” at the end of the show on how it ended. Did Jack die and everyone got on the plane? Did everyone die in the crash? Did … More Lost about “Lost”?