Archive for November, 2014

I Believe…

Lisa
Why can’t we all just get along? We could if we followed the rules in this meme. Happy Friday!  Continue reading

Sacred Cows Get Slaughtered

Lisa
There’s a lot of interesting reading in so-called non-mainstream newspapers. London has a couple. They’re not beholden to advertisers or any perception of what is universally good or bad. They are free to opine about whatever catches their fancy. One... Continue reading

The Money in the Music

Lisa
Garth Brooks wants off YouTube. Taylor Swift took her music off Spotify. And U2 gave away its new album, all within a span of a few weeks. Continue reading

Bye Bye Mo

Lisa
There’s no faking that I know a lot about the inner workings of pro sports. I’ve worked with enough sports nuts to pick up a thing here and there but it’s not a realm that interests me enough to study.... Continue reading

It’s Beginning to Feel a Lot Like…

Lisa
It’s not “white stuff”. It wasn’t brought here by Old Man Winter. Mother Nature isn’t having a bad day.  Continue reading

Radio is Dying. Again.

Lisa
I’ve witnessed, and somehow survived, decades of changes in broadcasting. The industry expands and contracts. A wave of managerial retirements (if they’re lucky) comes along and the next generation does things differently. Like I said, I’ve seen it before.  Continue reading

A Win for Chocoholics

Lisa
Months ago it was announced that payouts would begin in a class action lawsuit over collusion and price-fixing by the big chocolate companies. They admitted to conspiring to artificially boost the prices of their goods. I know, right? Arseholes.  Continue reading

Timing is Everything

Lisa
A few weeks ago, feeling burned out by long hours and other commitments, hubby suggested we book a long weekend away. We considered everything from New York City to Haliburton before settling on Niagara Falls. Who knew we’d need to... Continue reading

My Left Foot

Lisa
If injury photos make you queasy, if you don’t like feet or if you can’t handle the look of a woman’s heel in dire need of a pedicure, please surf away from this website!   Continue reading

House Proud: Simply Put, Painting is Hard Work

Lisa
Over many years and several houses, I’ve painted dozens of rooms and a hundred pieces of furniture. It drove my husband crazy when I wouldn’t properly prepare the space for inevitable splatters and spills. And then there’s cleanup, which is... Continue reading