A big thank you to the Barnes & Noble in Nanuet, New York.
They featured my book You’re a Leader, Charlie Brown in their list of graduation gift recommendations, and even tweeted out a picture. (Tagged me, too.)
I’ve never been to Nanuet, but it has suddenly made the short list of my future vacation spots.
Coincidence? Not even.
Posted in Books, Comics, holidays, Humor, Travel, Vacation
Tagged Barnes and Noble, coincidence, gifts, graduation, leadership, Nanuet New York, Twitter, vacation, You're a Leader Charlie Brown
Couldn’t have said it better, John.
Posted in History, Holiday, Humor, Politics
Tagged 140 characters, history, Holiday, inaugeration, Martin Luther King Jr Day, MLK Day, politics, presidential election, racism, Twitter
National Gun Violence Awareness Day
Posted in Celebrities, holidays, Humor, Life, Religion
Tagged #wearorange, celebrities, gun laws, National Gun Violence Awareness Day, Paula Poundstone, religion, tweet, Twitter
I am so over this hashtag and how people throw it around:
Really? Are you really feeling blessed to get a fancy toilet?
Just Iike some folks on Facebook are blessed to find a parking spot or blessed to go out to dinner or blessed to do anything.
In the words of Inigo Montoya, “I do not think this word means what you think it means.”
Don’t wear it out, people…especially not on a toilet.
Posted in Celebrities, Commentary, Humor, Movies, News, Sports
Tagged #blessed, celebrities, don't wear it out, Facebook, hashtag, Humor, Inigo Montoya, Movies, Sports, Steph Curry, The Princess Bride, toilet, Twitter, USA Today
I was eating lunch at my desk on Friday, when I heard a couple of my co-workers chatting somewhere in the room behind me.
“You are always so happy. I don’t know how you do it.”
“They don’t pay me enough to kill myself.”
That made me laugh aloud. And today, when many folks are posting inspirational quotes on Twitter —
It deserves its moment in the spotlight.
Posted in Business, Humor, Philosophy, quote
Tagged Business, happiness, Humor, inspiration, philosophy, point of view, POV, quote, spotlight, Twitter
The Interwebs are canoodlin’ about Google’s new logo, which they debuted yesterday on their homepage with a Doodle.
Twitter quickly responded with an #OldGoogle vs #NewGoogle hashtag, and #NewGoogle is winning..but personally, I think it’s
While the old logo was all serif-y (which isn’t my bag), the new logo looks like a generic children’s font from an off-brand puzzle or storybook.
I know their new name is Alphabet, but they can still afford nicer blocks, right?
Unless they have already spent a fortune in print support materials, I say ‘2.0’ this logo.
A little less #Blahgle and a little more #Google, please.
Posted in Advertising, Google, Humor, Internet, marketing, Twitter
Tagged #Blahgle, #NewGoogle, #OldGoogle, advertising, alphabet, blah, blocks, branding, Google, hashtag, Humor, Internet, logo, marketing materials, Twitter, writing