Out Of My Mind On A Tuesday Mornin’

What was your favorite holiday indulgence this past weekend?

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TGIT! So happy to be back to work after the long weekend. Had all the “kids” in along with the Carter, the grandbaby, and surely, the older kids were the most work. At what age do kids take responsibility for cleaning up their own mess? But it was fun cooking day and night, I remember the days when I could eat a slab of ribs, brick of onion rings and still save room for dessert.

Is there any better place than Costco to shop for the holiday weekends? They have it down to a science, no wonder their sales keep on rising. Perhaps Best Buy should think about adding food.

It was the battle of the phone chargers at the house. Since everyone has an Apple device, it seemed that everyone needed to charged their devices all the time. Isn’t it amazing how we take in stride this huge annoyance?

We hit yet another record on Monday, 95 degrees. And of course our A/C went out. Why is it that A/C and swimming pools always fail during holiday weekends?

The Premier Orlando show is this coming up weekend. black 15in1 is debuting its new booth and it’s a true standout. If you are coming, be sure to stop by and meet Louise O’Connor, celebrity spokesperson for black 15in1.

The cover of Bloomberg Businessweek has a smiling Mark Zuckerberg after the Facebook IPO. Could he be the biggest storyteller in Wall Street history? He sold investors and the best financier’s a great story and realized a whopping $96 BILLION market value. The real story is what is Facebook really worth?

Why do more manager’s get tossed out of baseball games than any other sport?

With the Euro at $1.25 and Greece ready to exit the Euro Zone, does anyone really care? In a global perspective, what does anyone really care about except going to war or terrorism? Speaking of which, Greece is part of the Euro Zone because of World War II. And if anyone remembers back then, it was the U.S. that helped both Japan and the Euro Zone to rebuild their perspective countries after the big war. This led to the biggest economic wave in the 20th century. Now with Greece ready to bail (and Spain, Portugal and even Italy on the sidelines watching the action), look to the U.S. once again to put that region back together after the election.

Roger Penske is 75 and always ready for action. Thank you for bringing back the Grand Prix to Detroit. But really, what is the fascination to watching cars go around a track at 200mph?

Ford earned back its blue oval logo after 6 long years being held by creditors. Thank you Alan Mulally.

I could be addicted to Kettle Chips baked barbeque. Salt & Vinegar aren’t too bad either.

A sign the economy is turning around: Las Vegas. Went there a couple weeks ago. The pool and cabanas were packed with people drinking $25 frozen strawberry daiquiri’s and renting $1000 cabanas. We were talking to a bartender after noticing a very cool bottle of cognac and asked him what it was. He reached for the bottle, showed it to us and it was Lalique crystal. The bottle sells for $7,000 and each shot is $995. And he went on to say the bar in the casino sells a bottle a month.

Is June 1 this Friday? Really?

Happy Tuesday!

Out Of My Mind On A Tuesday Mornin’

What was your favorite holiday indulgence this past weekend?

View Results

TGIT! So happy to be back to work after the long weekend. Had all the “kids” in along with the Carter, the grandbaby, and surely, the older kids were the most work. At what age do kids take responsibility for cleaning up their own mess? But it was fun cooking day and night, I remember the days when I could eat a slab of ribs, brick of onion rings and still save room for dessert.

Is there any better place than Costco to shop for the holiday weekends? They have it down to a science, no wonder their sales keep on rising. Perhaps Best Buy should think about adding food.

It was the battle of the phone chargers at the house. Since everyone has an Apple device, it seemed that everyone needed to charged their devices all the time. Isn’t it amazing how we take in stride this huge annoyance?

We hit yet another record on Monday, 95 degrees. And of course our A/C went out. Why is it that A/C and swimming pools always fail during holiday weekends?

The Premier Orlando show is this coming up weekend. black 15in1 is debuting its new booth and it’s a true standout. If you are coming, be sure to stop by and meet Louise O’Connor, celebrity spokesperson for black 15in1.

The cover of Bloomberg Businessweek has a smiling Mark Zuckerberg after the Facebook IPO. Could he be the biggest storyteller in Wall Street history? He sold investors and the best financier’s a great story and realized a whopping $96 BILLION market value. The real story is what is Facebook really worth?

Why do more manager’s get tossed out of baseball games than any other sport?

With the Euro at $1.25 and Greece ready to exit the Euro Zone, does anyone really care? In a global perspective, what does anyone really care about except going to war or terrorism? Speaking of which, Greece is part of the Euro Zone because of World War II. And if anyone remembers back then, it was the U.S. that helped both Japan and the Euro Zone to rebuild their perspective countries after the big war. This led to the biggest economic wave in the 20th century. Now with Greece ready to bail (and Spain, Portugal and even Italy on the sidelines watching the action), look to the U.S. once again to put that region back together after the election.

Roger Penske is 75 and always ready for action. Thank you for bringing back the Grand Prix to Detroit. But really, what is the fascination to watching cars go around a track at 200mph?

Ford earned back its blue oval logo after 6 long years being held by creditors. Thank you Alan Mulally.

I could be addicted to Kettle Chips baked barbeque. Salt & Vinegar aren’t too bad either.

A sign the economy is turning around: Las Vegas. Went there a couple weeks ago. The pool and cabanas were packed with people drinking $25 frozen strawberry daiquiri’s and renting $1000 cabanas. We were talking to a bartender after noticing a very cool bottle of cognac and asked him what it was. He reached for the bottle, showed it to us and it was Lalique crystal. The bottle sells for $7,000 and each shot is $995. And he went on to say the bar in the casino sells a bottle a month.

Is June 1 this Friday? Really?

Happy Tuesday!