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The Drama For December, 2012 – Year End Edition

In Dexter, Uncategorized on November 30, 2012 at 11:20 pm

Did you get everything in for 2012? I tried to.

This huge gap between Drama columns has to do with the complete time suck social media platforms siphon off of me. All 15 of them. The art form is deceiving. One thinks it is a version of communication (it is) and posting of ideas (yes, that too), with some of it leading to an SEO strategy, but it is not The Drama and I would really like to get it back to where THIS was, on a monthly basis. Is this my apology to myself? Probably.

When we last caught up here, I was quite put off with the handling of Whitney Houston’s terrible death in Babylon  Beverly Hills and we had a U.S. President continuing to hold things together in spite of ourselves in this country. He also saw to it that he remain at the helm for the next four years, his last and hopefully greatest contribution to the world yet to be revealed, although he’s done some pretty remarkable things under the circumstances. I’m excited by the possibilities here.

As for my year, on May 27th I became VERY distracted (in a wonderful way) about something I found last winter during holiday in Palm Springs, quite by accident. Yet, not an accident. Let’s call it a gift from the universe I was asking for but not knowing what it was going to be or in what form. The name of the franchise – distributorship I bought is Pro Health Practices By Gene Dexter  and it has to do with science proven health improvement. It’s an exciting time for me. This fits perfectly with my own exploration as to what a positive lifestyle is and the pursuit of it. Hit me up for more information, ESPECIALLY if you are older than 30.

Anyway, my latest and hopefully last business launch will combine my entire life experience AND produce something that will help half of this country enter into “old age” more gracefully than Kirstie Alley on a dancefloor. But then, I love the way Kirstie Alley dances.

Yes, other things happened this year. Although I was not in any way involved wirh the production or promotion of Macklemore‘s album, The Heist, I took special ownership of that journey after I learned one of his influences was Silver Shadow D, who’s records I did put out. So, by my math calculation, I created Macklemore, thank you very much. (Just kidding. Come on now, he and Ryan Lewis did it all themselves – thank you very much.)

Sadly, I had to turn down some work for Monsoon East in beautiful Old bellevue, Washington due to the new business thing I’m doing but was more than happy to recommend my friend Betina Finley from SocTalk for their social media / online PR needs. It is working out well and I wish that marriage all the best.

I sold my share in Ba Bar Seattle in July. It was a great offer and from the experience I also learned I’m not a passive investor in any way, shape or form. Moving forward, I’ll go into deals when I’m also holding the management contract too. So don’t call me unless you need All Hands.

Hmmm, let’s see, what else. I’m making some New Years resolutions, a few already in play. First, my network is my network. If we are not engaging or locking arms in life, business, etc., there is always Twitter, where you can follow me. Otherwise, I don’t need 5,000 Facebook “friends”. Sorry if you haven’t made the cut, but if I don’t know that you have kids or their mom’s name, we shouldn’t be on there. Facebook has become too pervasive for anything less.

On subject of Facebook, I hope you took my advice on social media when I said you should be buying that mofo @ $18 a share. #JustSaying

In music, Seattle Rules. No further comment.

As it is the Holiday season, you know I don’t call out anyone in Wanksters paragraph. This year will be no exception.

SHOUTOUTS FOR DECEMBER: All the people I’ve invited on my TV show and who haven’t taken me up on it yet! These include Cool Nutz, Dyme Def, Young Meez, Scene One, Gabriel Teadro, Avatar.

Watch Out For Intellect, Because It Knows So Much It Knows Nothing And Leaves You Hanging Upside Down, Mouthing Knowledge As Your Heart Falls Out Of Your Mouth – Anne Sexton

Breaking Down the EAv Pain Points Poll Results by Length of Time on EAv

In Dexter on August 7, 2012 at 11:17 pm

Breaking Down the EAv Pain Points Poll Results by Length of Time on EAv.

In Dexter, Uncategorized on March 24, 2012 at 11:50 am

Apparently Live And Let Live hasn’t reached certain murderous types. This is just sad.

Mind Candy

The murderers of slain Mexican human rights activist, Agnes Torres Hernandez, may face the consequences that come when individuals commit heinous crimes against humanity. While she was laid to rest on the thirteenth of March, 2012, her killers were still at large and there was a more than passing question as to whether they would be vigorously pursued or not. With five murders of LGBT persons in Puebla still technically on the books from 2012 alone, there was serious doubt that authorities would react appropriately. Thanks, in part, to massive international online attention and pressure, the authorities did act and have brought in 4 of the 5 persons considered suspects in the Agnes Torres murder.

With suspects in custody, the true story of the murder of Agnes Torres is becoming clearer. She was invited to a birthday party for Bueno Mazzocco on a Friday evening. By all current accounts, she…

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Business & Technology | Coinstar thinks outside Redbox to fresh-coffee vending machines | Seattle Times Newspaper

In Dexter on February 21, 2012 at 10:25 pm

Redefining Vending:



Business & Technology | Coinstar thinks outside Redbox to fresh-coffee vending machines | Seattle Times Newspaper.

Bring Back The Dessert Carts

In Dexter on February 1, 2012 at 12:44 am


There aren’t many of the classic, Old School houses left. The power lunch venues where the deal making, celebrations, trysts, social life are played out weekly, hosted by Front Of House personalities everyone wants to be attended by, trusted to have “their” table ready when they arrive.

Small format, neighborhood places serving shareable plates and served by tattooed artists are great, but there will come a time when you’ll want an expertly stirred martini delivered by something called a Captain.

Trust me.

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In Dexter on November 17, 2010 at 11:55 am

                                  Let me think about what this is going to be all about.  It may take some time.