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Having way too much fun

Are you working today? And if not, what kind of Amurcan are you? 🙂 I am having way too much fun today, so I set myself a time limit on fun and just exceeded it by an hour and 30 minutes. You see, I have this passion for fractals, the Thumbprint of God, but as … Continue reading

I’m in love with the inflatable flailing-arm man

Do you love inflatable flailing arm men? Those thirty-foot balloony things whipping around in front of car dealerships? For me, it was love at first sight. So happy and free and…silly. When I was a CEO I tried to talk my Board of Directors into getting one to advertise a project we were doing, but … Continue reading

Confessions of a Recovering Workaholic

How is your week going? Good, I hope. Have you ever started a big project and half-way through realized you were doing it wrong and had to start all over? I’ve been working on a five-story comic book and three days in decided it wasn’t good enough. Start over?  Or leave it not-good-enough? Agony. I … Continue reading

Now my gray head can go down to the grave in peace…

When a person starts to get old, they start to wonder if they have done what they set out to do. That is, if they ever set out to do anything beyond making it to the next weekend. To avoid this question, some just buy a red sports car, trade in their old partner for … Continue reading

Fun Requires No Explanation

I watched the short video clip below and admit I laughed out loud. Why is the young elk playing in the mud puddle? I bet some evolutionary-whatever could concoct a reason that fits the evolutionary paradigm, but I hope we would all tell him to just shut up, because we know why the young elk … Continue reading

Creativity-What we need most right now

“Creativity is intelligence having fun.” Albert Einstein I often say that we Americans desperately need to have more fun; to relax, to build a bonfire, get out the drums and dance. We need this because we are unbalanced, burdened down with the Calvinist work ethic, which drives us every day until we die, with or … Continue reading