Yearly Archives: 2003

KNEWSEEN™ is a great site I found on KALIBER10000. Josh has a pretty large collection of art for under $20. Especially interesting and worth spending some time with are his “Instant Series” Polaroids. I managed to get my hands on … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of an Advertising Account Supervisor: Running through Chinatown, between the cramped just-waiting-to-be-crushed-in-an-earthquake stalls inside the Dynasty Center, looking for a velvet Elvis painting amid the tonnage of cheap Chinese manufactured clothing and barking toy dogs. … Continue reading

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So now I’ve become one of those bloggers whose parents have discovered his blog. They even give advice on blogger.com as to how to handle this phenomenon. I’m just going to keep (start, I should say, I’ve been away since … Continue reading

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I’ve been so swamped in the new job that I haven’t had time to focus on writing for the Blog. And you’d think with the new 45 minute commute EACH WAY I would have something to say about something. Right … Continue reading

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From an email from my sister, Frannie. I had no idea we were really this close to the brink. Get out the hot pokers and prepare to blind thyself if you should be witness to this horror: “I was both … Continue reading

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Last night I went to see WWE Raw at the Staples Center, courtesy of one of the ad sales guys I work with at WWE. The show ended with bad-guy wrestler Kane, who last week set JR on fire – … Continue reading

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Vermonting: just shared an elevator ride in my office building with Joe Millionaire whateverhisnameis.

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Ugh. Why does the world need something like Hunting for Bambi. Welcome to the Roman Empire.

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I live in Hollywood. Steve Martin lives, I presume, somewhere in Los Angeles or one of the mitochondrial cities, like Beverly Hills, that contribute to the existence of the former. I have a website. Steve Martin has a website. My … Continue reading

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I have a new job. I’m leaving the world of the movie studio to jump to the world of interactive advertising. Still in Los Angeles, though. I can’t say that I’m all that sad to be getting out of this … Continue reading

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