Photo journey and essay of young Ridgefield Lemonade Entrepreneurs and how Marxists left out entrepreneurs from their communist economic models.
The last time period in the Mayan Calendar is top tier of their pyramid and refers to Galactic and/or Universal Consciousness – it is also the shortest time span in their calendar. Accordingly, what could humans learn of such consciousness from others who might have that perspective like angels and/or aliens.
What started as a client thread with request to produce some lead-in copy for this video of Red Skelton’s Pledge of Allegiance in 1969, ended with reminder of how good leadership is not easy and at a minimum should be given a W-Rating.
A delightful account of witnessing a healing mass in Ridgefield Connecticut conducted by Roy Henderson.
A ten-minute heart-warming video featuring “the rainbow generation” enjoying a Bible Camp week at Saint Patrick’s church along with background on production and pursuit of storytelling arch – enjoy!
In this 35 minute interview, Howard Bloom covers a wide spectrum of topics including: Enron executives not welcomed at country clubs, growth of Institutional record industry via Warner and CBS, what it means and why capitalism should be reinvented, the power of capitalism in that the miracle fabric of kings is now available to the poorest people on the planet, plus much more.
Birgitte Rasine talks with Chuck Scott sharing inspirational media thoughts (for producers and consumers) including: the global loss of vision and role of artists; cancerous media; blue-washing vs green-washing, being media savy consumers …
David Walley, cultural historian and biographical author of “No Commercial Potential: The Saga of Frank Zappa” talks with Chuck Scott in this interview about a variety of topics including: what it takes to be a visionary, todays yuppies are 70s doopers, arrogant leaders who surround themselves with mediocre yes men, plus many other tibets about culture, politics, society and much more …
True story about a dog hit and killed by a car on Route 35 in Ridgefield Connecticut and the strange twists of fate a couple hours later on Main Street with a new puppy.
On the morning of 9-11 when the Twin Towers in NYC went down, Mike Jaffe made a life changing decision to go to work late that morning and have breakfast with his young daughter instead of catching the train at his usual time. Arriving a bit late off his normal schedule, Mike was getting out of the subway station just as he witnessed the first plane hit his corner office killing all his coworkers.
Wake-up calls come in many shapes and sizes but this is one worth listening too as Chuck Scott interviews Mike for approx 15 minutes in this audio file that was originally part of CoolTea.com’s GoBoardRoom.com Luncheon program which aired on Sept 11th 2006.
Fun account of how my dad, Roger Scott, scored his first hole-in-one and the third one in our family.
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 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.
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.
Is the world half -empty or half-full ..??.. these are seemingly age old questions but there is a way out …