Woman As Art
If you are a blogger, take a moment to pat yourself on the back. It doesn’t matter at what level of blogging expertise you are at or how many hits you get every day. The important thing is you’re in the game.
And what game is that?
The alternative media game. You’re connected. You’re not sitting on the shore. You’re sitting on a lily pad smack dab in the middle of a communications revolution that has changed the world. Be proud of the label “blogger”.
Bloggers, the Old Soldier salutes you!
The Old Soldier did not have a good time at karaoke at Del’s last night. For some insane reason management decided to hold karaoke outside on the side deck in the parking lot. It was a warm, beautiful night to be outside; but not for karaoke. You know, loud music outside at 10:30 p.m.
Well, I know why management did it. It was to drum up more business. But when you hold karaoke outside the sound dissipates and the neighbors don’t like it.
Someone called the police on us and we all ended up back inside in the bar where we should have been in the first place.
Mena Grabowski Trott, American blogger (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The financial markets are holding their breath over the outcome of the elections in Greece that are to take place Sunday. My friends, we are on a slippery slope. There are reports in the mainstream media that Greek citizens are taking their money out of the banks.
The last thing the global economy needs is a run on the banks. Pay attention to whether or not citizens in other countries in Europe begin taking many out of their banks.
This is no joke. A collapse of the Eurozone will affect all of us.
The Old Soldier has several pieces of chicken in the crock pot seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic powder and basil leaves. I’m going to visit my younger brother in the assistant living facility where he lives and by the time I get back dinner will be ready.
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