After interviewing Supervisor Bruce McPherson today (click HERE to take a listen), I had a special surprise brought into the studio by Rosie, a new surfboard! They strung me along until after the show to tell me the truth that a listener, Lester, brought the board in this morning. Thank you LESTER!
These are the shots I took while broadcasting on-air.
I love weddings. I love what they represent, the commitment of two people together forming a bond of unity. And yes, often tears accompany my face while the vows are shared.
What I don’t love is the repetitive nature of weddings. The same process, the same walking down the aisle, the same basic things said to one another. Nothing wrong with tradition at all, but how about we make it exciting and entertaining! And I am not talking about a scuba wedding as I have trouble pressurizing my ears…
In the video below, this couple in Israel did exactly that, made an actual show of the event. An entertaining song and dance! Everyone is engaged and entertained, whether they are loving it, surprised, or freaked out.
What do you think, should we be entertained while attending a wedding, or doesn’t it matter since it is about the bride and groom?
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I had the great honor of not only attending TALKERS at the Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood, but also to introduce a panel title, “Radio – The Big Picture Part 2”. Here are a few pictures of my time visiting with some greats!
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka ObamaCare, has rolled out the health exchanges officially today. But the websites aren’t working. My confidence in government isn’t high to begin with, but this poor planning and execution is miserable and reflects poorly regardless of your thoughts on PPACA.
If the websites aren’t working, how are the millions of uninsured supposed to signup for subsidized health insurance? Performance planning in technology is widespread in the private sector. The state and federal governments (healthcare.gov is experiencing outages this morning as well) are apparently not aware of these best practices while rushing to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on websites.
Does this change your view regarding the success of ObamaCare?