I normally DVR SNL, but last night my wife and I stayed up a tad bit later to watch the opening sketches. Andy Samberg’s new digital short sent us straight to bed. I have to rank last night’s “Wish It Would Rain” digital short as one of the worst things ever aired on SNL. It […]
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Being Relevant isn’t Cool!
By on March 30, 2011 in Uncategorized
Although I’m not much of a wordsmith, I do enjoy the power of words. It is fascinating how the turn of a phrase or the substitution of just one word can make the difference between laughter and the absence of laughter. This is one of the main reasons I never use the word prostrate in […]
Speaking of transitions. . . Now for something completely different!
By on March 25, 2011 in Uncategorized
Transitions are important. The dictionary states, “a transition is a passage in a piece of writing that smoothly connects two topics or sections to each other.” Speaking of transitions, how about those Mariners. Anyway, a good writer will use good transitions. A great writer will use even gooder transitions. By the way, looks like we […]