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February 27th, 2006


February 27th, 2006

ShockAbsorber Bras

For all my female friends, check out this new shockabsorber bra.  The demo explains/shows how beneficial these products can be.  Enjoy and no need to thank me for the link.  (via joe e)

February 26th, 2006

Dewey and Donelle at Dragonfish

February 24th, 2006

Comment by Shawn on Ref’s WCBlog

This cracked me up:

"Del Horno kicked at the ball. He missed it, and then he collided with
Messi. It was ugly and he deserved punishment. But the straight red was
absurd. Messi acted like a typical continental/euro = thrashing about
like heโ€™d been shot with a high-power rifle and then running like a
gazelle for 60 more minutes. There should be yellows for BS acting, but
I stray from my point."

From Ref’s Blog on Del Horno deserved Red.

So true…so true – frickin’ fakers.  I hate that acting bullshit.

February 24th, 2006

Budweiser Post on World Cup

Bob just keeps cracking me up with stuff like a Budweiser World Cup post.  He makes a lot of good points.  Reading his stuff, it feels like he is totally into what he is doing.  A very cool feeling for sure.

February 23rd, 2006

Sisters Cristina and Vio Marincus

February 22nd, 2006

World Cup Stuff and mid-week thoughts

Huge 1st half of the week with folks in town, new colleagues (welcome Brett!) and exciting todo lists a mile long.

1 huge 1 it  just got done , our World Cup Tickets site.  Lots of fresh content and ways to find tickets to all 63 games, by team, group, by each game, or even by stadium city (we tried to organize it every which way we could think of – no stone un turned!).  We have it all.  The tickets are mucho expensivo.  That means expensive for all you gringos, but when the hell are you gonna get to goto a sporting event like this…once is a lifetime mate.  It’s way cheaper than a Safari in the Serengeti, and you can do a Safari anytime…World Cup is only once every 4 years and hell, it’s bigger than the Olympics.

Other Thoughts
I’m still waking up super early ie 5 amish.  I kinda like it, but I turn into a Zombie late at nite…for example, going to see Steven Ashebrooke tonight at the green room on Thurman…if I stay awake of the 1st set, I’ll be lucky

Fun to watch Ben deal with power challenges in South Africa.  It reminds me of getting started in Bali a few years ago…lots of challenges etc.  I’m sure Ben is up to it and it making do until these failures stop.

Thoughts on Challenges
Call them what you want, road blocks, disappointments, shit not going your way…I have been noticing more and more challenges in life, business or whatever lately.  But it doesn’t bother me at all.  Life is full of these things all the time…but it’s how we deal with them that makes the difference:

You can:
– cry
– complain and wish it was not so
– give-up
– bitch and moan

Or you can:
– figure out what it is, and deal with it in the best and most ethical way possible
– learn from it
– try not to get emotional about every challenge – use some logic to deal with it the best way with the resources you have, and move on
– don’t dwell on it

Those are just a few things.  I see people every day deal with challenges all the ways mentioned above.  I hope that I dealing with them in the bottom 4 ways for most of the time, if not all! ๐Ÿ™‚

Anyway, I am enjoying the challenges these days and hope that I can continue to.

February 21st, 2006

BLa with Martini at Acadia Bistro

Great week mate – rock and roll in Phoenix.

February 21st, 2006

Victoria (Rogue Traveler) and Styx in Acadia Bistro

February 19th, 2006

Outside Magazine: BootsnAll Featured in.

Check out the March Issue of Outside Magazine.  They highlight the best of Travel Blogs and have us ranked #1.  Yer baby!  Nice to get some props from that mag.  They don’t appear to publish their articles online, so I think we will scan it and add it to our press kit soon.

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