Monthly Archives: June 2013

A strange lesson in rhythm from Steve Martin, and his movie The Jerk

I admit, I find lessons in life from some of the strangest places. I found one from Steve Martin, and his movie The Jerk. The movie was in the 1970’s and it depicted Steve Martin’s character as a white man … Continue reading

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Getting unplugged, in writing, and in life. Finding the power of silence.

Does anyone remember when Eric Clapton turned the world of rock and roll on its head? It was 1992. He made an album called Unplugged. While the world was listening to louder and louder music, and the electronics industry was … Continue reading

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Transmission resumes – Mission Accomplished!

Originally posted on travelling bag:
I’m thinking that somewhere along the line my brain has lost its connection to my power of reasoning, to that department that says, hang on a minute, think this through. Otherwise, why would I have…

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Even if you don’t like John Locke’s writing, you have to love his business sense.

I admit, I had no idea who John Locke was until about 2 years ago. I told a friend I was writing a book, and would probably self publish. My friend asked me if I’d heard about this guy who … Continue reading

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