I’M INVISIBLE !

For a long time now I have made my living helping folks but over the years I’ve noticed that Women expect my services should be free. Some Women are very flirtatious about it but most just expect me to help with no reward. So I’m just going to hang this blinking big ol’neon sign over my head. “Mr. Free Has Left The Building Will That Be Cash Or Sex Mam”

Oh oh the Hunny Bunny just texted me that she also needs my help. She wants me to buy 2 big towels, 2 bottles of a good Champagne, book a room in a 4 star hotel and pick her up at 5. Looks like getting anymore work done today has just been put on hold.

I find that Women who want or need money appear to be a hell of a lot more fun than those that don’t.

I’m invisible to most younger Women unless I’m between them and their dreams.

I think what I like best about younger Women is they look exactly the same the next morning as they did when you tucked them in.

The first time you ever hear those 3 chilling letters PMS is soon after you utter those 3 famous words … I Love You!

America is a tough place to live if you’re not ambitious. Canada on the other hand is a lot more forgiving, but if you wanna get rich you better buy a lottery ticket.

For some strange reason a meeting I attended a long time ago at WIBC in Indianapolis just popped into my head. We had just won the play by play rights to the Indiana Pacers which was very exciting because they were the only pro sports team we had in Indy at the time. We were having the meeting because the next evening we were doing a lavish presentation to all our clients and the Indiana agencies. Jim Hilliard along with Dick Yancey were putting the final details together with the sales staff and the key on air guys which included our two sports guys Jerry Baker and Joe McConnell The way it was going to work was there was going to be some cocktails first then we would all sit down at prearranged tables where someone from the air staff would be hosting. Jim asked if there were any questions so Joe McConnell raised his hand and said, Jim air talent doesn’t usually communicate with clients very much so just how close do you want us to get with them. Jim looked at him and said … If any of them even look like they are going for their fly Joe I want you to drop to your knees.

The problem with planning your weekends is if anything goes wrong they start throwing the word premeditated around in court.

Wow what a sad day! I was in Jim Hilliard’s office when Scott Hyber came in to apologise for being distracted for a couple of weeks because his Dad was very sick. He told Jim that he was back on board now totally focused and had some good new sales prospects. Jim told him he understood what he was going through and wasn’t worried because he told Scott he knew he would get it all back and more. Scott passed away the next morning from a heart attack. Damn!

After hearing the sad news about Scott I now have a new life plan and It is to die in the saddle. The young lady who was with me at the end will of course need to be investigated for loving me to death.

Most talent even though they are not successful want you to take what they are already doing and even though it is not successful just make it successful without them changing anything they do.

Paul Cavenaugh claims that Rob Lopacola makes Jerry Sandusky look like a preist! Oops … Let me rephrase that…..!

Old pal Charlie Sislen of Research Director, Inc. sent me a note saying he was looking fo a Director of Operations which made me very excited and proud that he was considering me for the position. That excitement was short lived though as I continued reading and discovered the only help he wanted from me was getting the word out to interested parties. http://www.researchdirectorinc.com/aboutus/careeroportunities/ Damn!

We all seem to know what other people should do with their lives it’s our life we have no idea what to do with most of the time.

I was reading Tim Moore’s Blog today where he was talking about having a conversation with Jerry Del Colliano about the state of radio. They were talking about when Ted Williams easily one of the best ball players of all time was at the top of his game he failed 60% of the time. It made me think about the fact that if radio only failed 90% of the time it would be successful beyond belief sorta just like the record company owners who failed 99% of the time all became Billionaires.

The big mistake we made in radio was seating the accountants with the engineers at the annual Christmas Party each year. They’re sure wrecking havoc on us for it now. Payback is a bitch!

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