Coronavirus Fan Fiction

Coronovirus Fan Fiction

I’m going to start out this post by saying what I think what we all thing – THIS SHIT IS TERRIFYING. I’ve been holed up in my home for nearly a week already just watching how bad the news outside is. Nearly everyone I know is working from home, bars and restaurants are closed across the state (I’m in Ohio), schools are closed for at least three weeks, etc. etc. etc. If you’re like me … Continue reading

Influencer Marketing – Is It Really a Thing?

Online Marketing

If you’re like me you find yourself inundated on a regular basis. Let’s be honest with ourselves, we’re checking email, social media and our preferred websites regularly, sometimes TOO regularly. I don’t know about you but I consider myself relatively immune to what I’d consider ‘traditional’ marketing. I’ve got most pop ups blocked, I ignore spam emails with the best of them and my unsubscribe game is strong. So… if there’s a bunch of people … Continue reading

6 Reasons to Hire Comedians for Work Events

Comedian

Are you in charge of selecting the entertainment for this year’s event? Are you looking for a Master of Ceremonies to keep things moving smoothly or 10-90 minutes of top stand-up comedy entertainment? The right corporate comedian should be able to handle both. Here are six reasons why you should hire a comedian for work events.  1. Develop Stronger Rapport Between Workers Hearty group laughter is good for the soul and helps foster good working … Continue reading

13 Years and Counting – Long and Winding Road

13 Years - Pool Billiards Ball

July 24th. Other than family birthdays and my anniversary (OK, and maybe Thanksgiving 😉 ) July 24th is probably the day of the year that I look forward to the most. It is the anniversary of the day that I took back my life. 13 years ago today, I quit chewing tobacco. For nearly 18 years I chewed Kodiak, Skoal and Copenhagen on a daily basis… sometimes more than a can per day. I can … Continue reading

Next Level Trolling From POTUS

Trump 404

I’m not going to get political here… I try to keep national politics out of my general day to day living cause I tend to believe that you’re entitled to your opinion and I’m entitled to mine and nothing we say is going to change the others’ mind. That said, I ran across this the other day and I have to share it, not because I necessarily like President Trump but I appreciate it on … Continue reading

12 Years Ago Today… I Took Control

July 24th is a day that I’ve always got circled on my calendar. It’s the anniversary of the day that I took my life back. 12 years ago today, I quit chewing tobacco. For nearly 18 years I chewed Kodiak, Skoal and Copenhagen on a daily basis… sometimes more than a can per day. Quitting was at the same time one of the most rewarding and most difficult things that I’ve ever done. My wonderful … Continue reading

Headed To Prison

Headed To Prison

Well… it looks like this is going to be my last post for a while. I got this email this morning from the FBI and it looks like I’m going to jail. SUBJECT: From Federal Bureau Of Investigation.. FROM: FBI  Urgent Attention To You. We sincerely apologized for sending you this sensitive information via e-mail instead of a certified mail, post-mail, phone or face to face conversation, it is due to the urgency and importance of the … Continue reading

Behind the 8-Ball – Time To Catch Up

Behind the 8-Ball

I’ve been a really bad blogger lately. There’s a variety of reasons for this, but suffice to say I’ve not been making writing here a priority the way I’d like to. It’s time to get caught up. Here’s a look at what I’ll be working on over the (hopefully) near future. Movie Reviews I like to review every non-horror movie I see in the theaters here on the site (horror reviews go over on ScareTissue.com). … Continue reading

11 Years of Freedom From Tobacco

Aside from family birthdays and my anniversary, July 24th is the day on the calendar I look forward to the most. It’s the anniversary of the day my life changed. 11 years ago today, I quit chewing tobacco after 18 years. I can tell you that was both the most difficult and most rewarding thing I have ever done. I spent this past weekend (along with my dad, father-in-law and kids) building a play set … Continue reading