Archive for May, 2010

At Least I Saw the Happy Soap Opera Ending!

At Least I Saw the Happy Soap Opera Ending!

| May 24, 2010 | 3 Replies

You might have heard this morning that there was a television event last night of some cultural significance. Heck, you’re probably hearing about it today around the office or from your e-mail or Twitter accounts. You’ll be hearing about it at least through the week as folks continue to analyze the cultural impact of Lost, […]

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Immigration Math: One Frog > Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Janet Napolitano

Immigration Math: One Frog > Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Janet Napolitano

| May 23, 2010 | 2 Replies

For over a month, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has patiently endured a series of ignorant attacks from various high-ranking officials of the Obama administration against the immigration law she signed and continues to support. I say ignorant because not a single one of those officials who have been flapping their jaws about the law have […]

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CNN’s Campbell Brown Acknowledges Her Ratings Stink, Quits

CNN’s Campbell Brown Acknowledges Her Ratings Stink, Quits

| May 19, 2010 | 4 Replies

Color me surprised… and no, I’m not shocked to hear that the network’s ratings are abysmal. We grown ups have known it for a while, but have politely let some people keep the dream alive. Like Santa.

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The Delivery Presents – Thugs and Criminals and Khaaaaaan!

The Delivery Presents – Thugs and Criminals and Khaaaaaan!

| May 19, 2010 | 1 Reply

I really don’t know how I managed to go 38 episodes of The Delivery without a significant conversation about Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. I remedied that this week in a conversation with film and commercial director Ladd Ehlinger. You probably haven’t heard very much of Ehlinger before today, but if you’ve watched […]

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Identity Theft Not So Peachy for GA Business Owners

Identity Theft Not So Peachy for GA Business Owners

| May 19, 2010 | Reply

A friend alerted me to a security flaw on the Georgia Secretary of State website that has many business owners in the Peach State furious… and rightfully so.

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Today We Summon the Ghost of Eason Jordan’s Career!

Today We Summon the Ghost of Eason Jordan’s Career!

| May 19, 2010 | Reply

What do these stories have in common? The story that created the legacy media. Newsweek’s Koran-in-the-can moment and its retraction. Hey, let’s run the same cover story every week! America is a land of diverse political views…except when it isn’t. Some industries deserve bankruptcy. Is Newsweek the canary in the MSM’s coalmine? Is there a […]

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The Power of the Entrepreneur, In Campaign Ad and Blog Reporting Form

The Power of the Entrepreneur, In Campaign Ad and Blog Reporting Form

| May 18, 2010 | 3 Replies

If this isn’t the best political campaign commercial of all time, it’s certainly the best one I’ve seen in my recent memory. I won’t post it here so that Stacy gets all the link love he has earned for being the first one to get the word out about it, so take a moment to […]

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Join Me Live for Podcasting Mayhem, Tonight!

Join Me Live for Podcasting Mayhem, Tonight!

| May 18, 2010 | 1 Reply

Here is the link where you can join all the marvelous mayhem at 9:30 PM Eastern (give or take a couple minutes). This week is setting up to be a solo show — just me for the whole hour — however, you never know what might happen during the day. I never rule out the […]

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Breaking: CNN covered the Nashville flood for two minutes, talked to a Gulf Coast fisherman about the oil spill!

Breaking: CNN covered the Nashville flood for two minutes, talked to a Gulf Coast fisherman about the oil spill!

| May 17, 2010 | 5 Replies

Living in Alabama, I am sandwiched between disasters. Below me, the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico; above me, flooding in Tennessee.

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I Am A Washington Sports Fan and I Know Pain

I Am A Washington Sports Fan and I Know Pain

| May 17, 2010 | 2 Replies

As a Washington, DC sports fan, I’m used to a certain amount of soul-blighting disappointment. I know what it’s like to watch year after year of abysmal failure broken only by the tease of middling success that makes you think that maybe things have turned around only to watch grim reality dash your hopes against […]

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