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Monthly Archives: September 2009

Diane English Was Going To Fire Me

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September 29, 2009
Diane English Was Going To Fire Me

Tweet I thought I was going to be fired for sure. I had been given a simple task and I failed to complete it properly, so I attempted to fix my mistake and only made it worse. I had scratched Diane English’s windshield on her Jeep Grand Cherokee. While most of you don’t know...
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Thanks, John Mellencamp.

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September 28, 2009
Thanks, John Mellencamp.

Tweet When I was in college, I worked as a production assistant on John Mellencamp’s film Falling From Grace the summer between my junior and senior year. It was a grueling, thrilling, exhausting, somewhat empowering experience. Working on a film is not what it is cracked up to be, but makes for an interesting...
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Do You Qualify for the $8000 Tax Credit?

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September 26, 2009
Do You Qualify for the $8000 Tax Credit?

Tweet If you’ve been thinking about buying a home, but have been sitting on the sideline for some reason, now is the time to buy.  Rates are low, home prices are low, and you may be able to get an $8000 tax credit. How do you qualify for this credit?  It’s pretty easy.  Are...
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My Bill Gates Encounter

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September 25, 2009
My Bill Gates Encounter

Tweet When I worked for comedian Louie Anderson, I once traveled with him to Seattle where he was scheduled to do a brief show at a wedding reception. It was the wedding of one of the big shots at Microsoft. I think Louie thought is was a corporate event for Microsoft when he agreed...
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Why I’ll Never Buy a Caramel Macchiato Again

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September 23, 2009
Why I’ll Never Buy a Caramel Macchiato Again

Tweet One of the requirements when you live in Los Angeles is that you go see a show at the Hollywood Bowl. When I first moved there I really knew nothing about the venue, but I remembered that Bette Midler performed there in the movie Beaches… Yeah, I saw Beaches. I’m man enough to...
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I Want a Cancel Button

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September 21, 2009
I Want a Cancel Button

Tweet Why don’t elevators have a cancel button?  I was at a client’s condo and as I stepped into the elevator to go down, I pressed the button that said “1”.  Right after that I realized that there was also an “L” and “G” button.  After a quick second, I concluded that the “L” meant...
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Vacant Homes are Harder to Sell

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September 19, 2009
Vacant Homes are Harder to Sell

Tweet You are better off selling your home while you still live in it.  Yes it’s harder to live in your home and keep it clean and ready to show at a moments notice, but think of the alternative.  A vacant home is uninviting, boring, and cold.  A vacant home only draws more attention...
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It’s Better on the Other Side of the Drawbridge

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September 16, 2009
It’s Better on the Other Side of the Drawbridge

Tweet From 1992-1994, Elisabeth and I lived in Virginia Beach. We weren’t the biggest fans of Virgina Beach, but the Tidewater area as a whole really wasn’t that bad. One of our favorite places was Portsmouth with its historic houses and scenery. One balmy, ninety plus degree, late summer day we were driving over...
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$8000 Tax Credit Countdown

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September 14, 2009

Tweet I recently added the countdown clock for the $8000 tax credit on my site.  See it over there to the left?  It provides up to the second information on when the $8000 tax credit for first time home buyers ends.  When you combine great low rates, a buyer’s market, and $8000 back on...
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The Cure for Hiccups

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September 13, 2009

Tweet Yesterday, I was about to make a business call when I got the hiccups. I’d made the mistake of snacking on some chips and then taking a drink of soda. Whatever reaction this causes in my esophagus, I don’t know, but it usually induces hiccups. But, fortunately, I know the cure for hiccups. ...
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