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Not the first declaration of change from an agency of what PR is and certainly not the last, but still an interesting perspective.
Andrew, my sincerest apologies. I should have known better. Steve rarely watches TV.
Toggle Commented Dec 11, 2009 on I Love the Situation… at RepMan
Right you are, Steve. So, what is your Jersey Shore name? Find out at Mine is "The Operation".
Toggle Commented Dec 10, 2009 on I Love the Situation… at RepMan
And on top of that, frozen steaks just outright suck.
Amen, Ed. And it's not just Dodd and Franks EVERY pol that serves more than two years is on the track to "career politician". I've liked the idea of term limits for years. It would flush out a lot of what's wrong with the system, particularly the lobbyist taint of which these clowns reek.
Journalistic integrity continues to falter. I once felt that journalism was a noble calling, especially investigative journalism. Since the advent of banal, breathless and hysterical cable news and the accelerating death of print, I can say with some certainty that some honest bloggers can do a better job of delivering perspective on daily events. And I completely agree with you on points five and six.
What a creep. Try a Brouillard sweatshirt next time.
Bygone era thinking. A strategy better suited for the 60's.
Toggle Commented Oct 9, 2009 on Hooking the wrong fish at RepMan
Nice going, Steve. BTW, pink suits you.
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2009 on In the pink at RepMan
Establishing success metrics is crucial, but also getting the client to effectively set strategy is also a big issue in the rush to get a program off the ground. The "fun" stuff tends to supersede the "what to do" and the "what you got".
Besides, I want a pair of those.
Women at times can be walking, talking double standards. If a man were to say (and write) the same type of things, count down to an apoplectic reaction.
Never fool with a fundie. Rational thought is apostasy.
Toggle Commented Sep 2, 2009 on What would Jesus do? at Measuring Up
I've occasionally listened to Camping and his pathetic callers much in the same way rubberneckers look at car wrecks. Keep those contributions coming, suckers and "Thank you for caring and sharing."
Toggle Commented Jul 29, 2009 on May 21, 2011: Are you ready? at RepMan
No shaggy dog story there, Steve. From one major dog person to another, thanks for sharing. Flackman
Toggle Commented Jun 3, 2009 on Mo knows at RepMan
Serial prospects are not limited by size. They use and abuse. They are just part of the general degradation of professionalism and courtesy in business.
Toggle Commented May 14, 2009 on Living is easy with eyes closed at RepMan
Agree fully, Repman, but the problem of chasing dollars where markets of dubious need or want is part of the good ole' USA. We are a nation the non-consequence. There's always the next pant size, pill, potion or distraction to evade reality, especially on the undereducated. Give them guns, jebbus and a quarter pounder with cheese and everything will be just fine because corporations will always find a new way a assuage their issues not matter what they are.
Toggle Commented May 8, 2009 on Chasing the almighty dollar at RepMan