Ummmm, kombuhca kelp chips....aaarrrrggggghhhhhhhhh....
There once was a journalist from Nantucket
Whoa.....look at that! Click Me...Fabulous Tip Top ad off to the right....To Hell with the poetry.
Kevin, fast and shitty has sort of become the rule of the day. I've seen it in many other areas of the media, too. I fear we lack the three "T's" in our region. Time, Tools and Talent. One has to wonder how long you can keep the plates spinning before something falls and shatters. But, you guys have been doing so well with so little for so long. Good luck in your future endeavors.
American Cancer Society Relay For Life is this Saturday and Sunday at College of the Redwoods. It's about a community that takes up the fight against cancer.
Way to go, Maples Team!!!!
I might suggest Hank and Neal meet at St. Bernard's football field for a game of lawn darts. The winner treats the other to a blackberry shake at Fresh Freeze. Do it for the neighborhood, gentlemen!
The lineup with the keyboard reeks of being a Delta Nationals tribute band. (Talk about old!) You F**kers stay away from the Elks Lodge, Ya Hear!
Mr. Harper was a very creative man, too. Yes, his television commercials may have appeared as lame, dorky, cornball, cheesy, mawkish, trite, hackneyed, unsophisticated and banal, but Harvey was so keenly aware of this and stressed this kind of self-deprecating humor in a manner that worked so well. In my line of work, many business owners would stress, "I don't want a Harvey Harper-style ad" for their own television commercials. Ha! That meant the ads worked! He had the success to prove it. He believed in the adage, it's not whether they are talking good or bad about you, as long as they are talking about you.
In that sense, I respected the man.
Cross Over the Bridge, Mr. Harper!
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
The North Coast Journal
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