August 17, 2014

The Future Is Here

When they said my Mac would come with "Time Machine," 
I had no idea how powerful it would be!

August 6, 2014

Hyped Up!

I'm no PR pro, but I'm still going to weigh in here and say 
this probably isn't the best marketing.

August 3, 2014

What If I Got a Suit?!?

I exchanged a belt at Sears. In return, they killed a tree.
8.5x11 paper just for reference

July 10, 2014

July 8, 2014

June 30, 2014

Equal Price for All

Every couple of months, my supermarket puts red and green lettuce "on sale" for $1.29/lb -- seemingly unaware that the "regular price" sign of $1.29/lb is blatantly visible. I stock up.

June 23, 2014

What a Deal!

Every few weeks, red and green leaf lettuce -- which normally retails for $1.29/lb -- goes on sale for $1.29lb. I make a point to stock up. 

June 11, 2014

June 7, 2014

From Beginning to End

Floridians have mixed results when determining 
where things start and end. 

April 15, 2014

Titles Matter

Imagine my surprise when I walked by the conference room to see this meeting in progress. I then received disappointed looks for "showing up late."

March 16, 2014

A Picture Negates a Thousand Words

The New York Times: "fighting for women's rights and ad revenue."

SAN FRANCISCO — There is the businesswoman, wearing a suit and glasses and holding a briefcase. There is the mother, smiling as she pours milk into her children’s cereal bowls at the breakfast table. There is the multitasker, holding a laptop in one hand and a baby in the other.
These stock images are familiar to anyone who has seen an advertisement or flipped through a magazine or brochure illustrating working women and families. And their ubiquity is hurting girls and women by feeding into old-fashioned stereotypes, says Sheryl Sandberg, the Facebook executive who has become an advocate for women achieving leadership roles.

March 11, 2014


Even if you're short a couple of letters, I would have voted for going with "Sai t Tho as."

February 5, 2014

Oxymorons (Guest Signage: Alina Gonzalez Hoek-Spaans!)

It might not be a typo, but it made me smile for a minute. And this offering spurred me to share some other moderately humorous jobs I've seen along the way. Enjoy the extended post:

Trust me, when you're Director III, you're not directing anything…

Is this a fancy name for an RA position?

"LIM College" = Laboratory Institute of Merchandising College. Make up your mind!