Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do. (A few of the misfits who changed the world, Ford, Musk, Lennon, Jobs, King, Disney, Ali, Dylan, and Gandhi shown above.)
If you’ve got secrets you probably need therapy.
I know of very few men who ever dreamed about becoming a Dad but when it happens. Whew!
Encouragement works much better than criticism.
I love train travel but what I despise about Amtrak is their lack of urgency, is that a union thing?
How dare rich people ever be grumpy about anything, but grumpy they are.
When I was a PD the only thing I was afraid of was the off button.
I wonder if Trump even cares if the women he marries, love him?
If women are doing so poorly how come most of the homeless are men?
Confidence is good but having the facts on your side is even better.
Figuring out what you’re afraid of and why might take more education than most folks have.
When you go the extra mile you’ll find it’s not a well-traveled road.
Saying thankyou usually leads to you being thankful for the many things that lie ahead.
You’re the only one who can decide how much is enough.
My rage and wine do not work hand in hand.
Men compete until they die.
Having patience is easy to understand it’s just hard to have.
The only integration I’ve ever seen is in TV commercials
It’s never been about the effort it’s always been about the results.
Since the beginning of time, the one thing that hasn’t changed is, that the rich continue to get richer.
The Church created Hell, not God.
Is anybody California Dreaming anymore?
Ain’t it funny how the losers always look for the easy way out.
Good sex has nothing to do with it being magic.
So, living in the last real estate bargain in America, I get pressured a lot about selling my place. (On the 19th floor overlooking a Jack Nicklaus golf course, a lake, and the ocean) However, when I ask them where, if I did so, where I would live? “Crickets.”
At what age does shame show up?
Wouldn’t it be great if the people we elected only cared about what 99% of what the folks wanted instead of the 1% they suck up to?
It looks to me like if Putin didn’t have Nuclear Weapons, even France could take him.
I believe in, “Thou Shall Not Kill” until it pertains to anybody hurting my daughters.
If you know what’s wrong you’ve got it half fixed.
To do what’s never been done is a worthy quest.
Uber/Lyft, Airlines, and Railways must use the same rubber clock. Their minutes last longer than ours.
Geo: Thank you for not only your kind words, Bill, but for also being there for our many battles.
The event I remember most was Keith visiting the station that bore his initials was the day of the last game of the first Canada v Russia series. Everyone who wanted to see the game who wasn’t on air gathered in the newsroom to watch it on a small black and white TV. Keith asked if there was anyone on staff who didn’t like hockey, and when one of the copywriters said she didn’t, Keith took out his wallet and gave Peggy a handful of bills telling her to go to the liquor store and spend the money. Nobody jumped and cheered when Paul Henderson scored the winner than Keith did. (Stay Focused)
Geo: Thanks so much for sharing, Alex. Keith was a great guy, and we remained friends till the end.
Geo: You’re too kind, Buzzy.