Archive for March 2011

At the diner with Andrew Rose

A grilled blueberry muffin with a side of fruit. A cup of coffee. A large glass of grape fruit juice to be served with breakfast. Andrew Rose’s breakfast order is a routine that rarely changes. Conversely, the remainder of his breakfasts at Towson Diner change business throughout the area routinely.

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Nip Jenkins’ one way to do it

Calling him old fashioned would not cut it.  Calling him behind the times would miss the mark. Somewhere in the shades of gray, Nip Jenkins is smiling perfectly content. Jenkins has done things in a particular way for longer than he can remember. The private attorney born and raised in Baltimore developed a manner for operating his practice…

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The predator that killed Myspace

An article was recently posted on Soshable.com discussing the fall of the MySpace empire. The author named Mr. Rupert Murdoch as the culprit. To be fair, it is not very original to blame Rupert Murdoch for anything now-a-days. He’s a popular target, managing to assume public blame for everything from people not having health insurance to people…

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Are you paying tax to the convenience of Facebook and Google?

Convenient is a troublesome word. If ever there was a need for a fine print disclaimer in this world, it is next to the word convenient in the dictionary. The word has more side effects than the rambling at the end of an off-putting (insert new erectile dysfunction brand here) commercial.

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Your future office

I don’t often spill the beans on this secret, but I am sort of psychic. It’s true. I have the ability to predict most any future office. I can see yours now. It’s white. There are pictures displayed along the middle of it. The background seems clean. I can read the listing address. It reads,…

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