Imaginary Friend, a short film by Paul Briganti, because sometimes we all need a friend who is entirely of our own creation.
It’s actually a pilot presentation for an upcoming NBC, I think, TV series, but I hope more of the workplace, cheapo dates, is to be featured in the show… it was easily the funniest part of the story so far.
Bacon is one of the most popular topics of discussion on the interwebs, so I generally leave the conversation to others. Not today though, especially when the question is, can you live on bacon alone? I think we all know the answer to that, though I expect some people have given the matter serious thought, at one time or another.
Emotional responses to corporate text messages… have you ever been tempted to reply to the generic, blanket, text message that large companies send to their entire customer base? Timothy R. Dunn was. Especially amusing though are the responses generated by Dunn’s replies.
I don’t want to be a real-estate agent, a stock broker, investor, or a businessman. I don’t like manipulating numbers or people to make money. It is usually the driving force behind picking these professions. Not that making money is a bad thing, but it’s just not my thing. I’m terrible at math. I’m terrible at spinning money. I make bad bets and poor decisions. I trust people a lot. I’m very gullible and easy to rip off.
What do the words contact, interview, donate, electrocution, balance, and endorse, all have in common? They were once, back in the day, buzzwords, or management speak terms, of the kind you’ll find in a latter day workplace if you touch base at the end of the day, and leverage those deliverables.
We’re all creative to one degree or another, creativity is not, after all, the exclusive domain of artists, musicians, writers, and the like. We all have a talent, there is at least one thing each of us excels at. For me, this is one of those things…