Unwanted phone books, analog spam, and other business pet peeves discussed with radio show host Ann Karrick and her two guests – Prill Boyle and Chuck Scott. Wait to you hear in audio chapter two about Chuck’s idea of giving bad marketing executives virtual whirleys and why is permission marketing so hard.
Fun account of how my dad, Roger Scott, scored his first hole-in-one and the third one in our family.
Imagine calling a Psychiatric Hot Line and getting an answering machine instead of a person – then imagine if that Hot Line was setup by pranksters – listen here and you will get the idea.
Puppies Behind Bars (PBB) is a program in New York State Prisons that puts prisoners with dogs being trained for various “careers” – e.g., Guide Dogs, Service Dogs, Bomb Sniffing Dogs, etc. At the time I posted this thread, PBB was collaborating with Guiding Eyes for the Blind (GEB) in that we would swap from time to time – meaning one of the PBB dogs would come live with us (puppy raisers) for a couple weeks while our GEB puppy would go to prison for training. One of the dogs we swapped with, Josh, was being raised by Roz. And while we never met, I was very impressed by her heart as you can read in one of her essay’s here – enjoy!
This post includes a video showing how locks can be hacked – yikes!
Ten fun-da-mental pointers about living life with laughter and lightness – enjoy!
Here is a collection of some honest and often witty remarks about dogs and why they rate as man’s best friend – enjoy!
This essay considers ancient prophecies from several sources (Hopi, Inca Elders, Swedenborg, Bible) against a backdrop of global communications and how democracy can be restore via transparency and open source government.
Here is a funny look at how different cultures around the world express entrepreneurship at the pasture level with man’s most basic and perhaps oldest domestic animal – the honored cow – moo! So go ahead and test your entrepreneurship and see how you would sell a cow!
Reverse Car Jacking on Main Street by Chuck Scott is a true account witnessed in Ridgefield Connecticut when a car was returned to its owner via a spontaneous act of love. It was hard to believe what happened until it was over, since I had never heard of a Reverse Car Jacking.