I had barely noticed a rather large woman on her cellphone when I entered the salon. But about halfway through the treatment, I heard her loud and clear. Continue Reading High Noon at the Nail Saloon
Here’s a bittersweet irony: my book Donald Trump in 100 Facts was released in the UK on the US holiday honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. Just days ago, Trump was reported to have used one or another similar insult to describe Haiti and African nations. Donald Trump in 100 Facts He Doesn’t Discuss My book… Continue Reading Donald Trump and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
Be honest. What did you do on Labor Day? Like many Americans, I worked that day. Of course, since I’m self-employed, I didn’t have to work but no work means no pay for freelancers. Labor Day used to celebrate the American worker and labor unions. But “union” become a bad word back in 1981 when President… Continue Reading Laboring on Labor Day
I attended the Phoenix Mobile Festival recently, an annual event for people who develop apps and technologies for mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and wearable technology like smart watches. While I’m not a developer, I like to keep up on mobile developments. Since this was a local event, I was very surprised to hear a speaker praising… Continue Reading Still Outsourcing Local Talent?
I did learn some things about traffic violations in Arizona, in particularly, the one to which I plead no contest. Continue Reading Traffic School Graduate