11 – Not My Dad’s Economy

    My childhood. Brought to you by General Electric. Pops worked for the same company for almost forty-years. He held many different roles and whipped ass in each of them. He joined GE just after graduating from University of Rhode Island, and was promptly assigned to computer programming supporting the Polaris missile project. I […]

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10 – Just be funny 3.6% of the time

I ran across an interesting story last week. It’s about a lawyer who traveled over 200 days each year helping politicians get elected. Gross. Jon Macks worked as a consultant for more than 20 political campaigns. He also handled debate preparation for the last five presidential campaigns. Politicians often use humor to demonstrate their humanity. Jon Macks was […]

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