- Albany, New York, United States
- March 14
- Toastmaster General
- Brother Hogi's Bogey
- Brother Hogi calls it like he sees it - He is the child-smoker that, despite his youth, is wise to the ways of the world.
MY RECENT POSTS
- Why Nice Guys Finish Last...
Because They Care.
January 17, 2012 03:28AM
- A Different Revolution
January 08, 2012 06:16AM
- Conservatism vs. Liberalism in
June 20, 2009 01:46PM
- The Function of Merit
June 13, 2009 01:30PM
- The Dysfunction of Merit
June 13, 2009 12:29PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “Blog betta' have mah'
June 20, 2009 11:45AM
- “I have to say, I am
definitely more than my
June 13, 2009 02:35PM
- “It always strikes me as
odd how, since most Executives
Media owners are
June 13, 2009 01:47PM
June 13, 2009 12:55PM
Brother Hogi's Links
Nice guys finish last, rough-worn shoulders cried upon by their many girl "friends" who feel like no one knows them better, which is why, paradoxically, these very same girls can never see the guy as more than a friend, hence the dreaded, (and we all know about it) - "friend pile."… Read full post »
I am no longer commenting about politics. I don't care anymore. Over the years, I've earned my apathy.
But everyone is all about revolutions, so, in that spirit, I will concentrate on a revolution that is actually achieving results: the independent publishing revolution.
With the advent of Amazon's C… Read full post »
Conventional wisdom states that conservatism and liberalism are two fundamentally different ideologies, conservatism enshrined in the Republican Party; Liberalism in the Democratic Party. But there are glaring inconsistencies about party behavior that contradict the underlying ideologies.
This… Read full post »
My last post was about the dysfunction of the meritocracy. However, the manner of debate requires that the person (me) advancing a position must be equally adept at advancing the other position. In this case, I must advocate for the value, in the business world, of higher education and experience.
Le… Read full post »
I had tooth problems once. (Now I have dentures)... but I can remember one reasonably cool summer day when an old man told me something. He was a nice old man, a former dentist, I believe. His hand and been mangled, and in it was a tall-boy of Miller... Perhaps... Let's… Read full post »
Legible scrawl; double glance-over, check-marks, peel-and-seal
and a walk to the blue box, accomplishing a long-overdue goal;
I changed my registration to not be registered in any party.
I have often espoused this technique as a constructive way for the American citizen to take back the political dialo… Read full post »
Originally composed April 15th, 2008
In my last post, one of my readers brought up a valuable point. As you may know, the last post was titled An Illustrated Guide to Things That Depress Me. The post was a collection of videos that provided insight into the current geopolitic/… Read full post »
I don’t drink; let me just start with that. I cant; I take
magic pills to help me with my, ummm,... magic disorder. But I used to. And
I’m a big boy; I could hold em down. ( And I fell off the
wagon on swearing...)
So I’m dedicating today’s blog-space to… Read full post »
So this is post 1 in my sobriety (against swearing)... and what
a doozy. I feel like I'm locked in a brewery, dehydrated.
Illustrated Guide to People Who Need a Lobotomy
1. People with conspicuous cell-phone earpieces
OK, just in case you've never been informed of this fact, cell-phon… Read full post »
No creature birthed from the depths of unimaginable hell can be so insidious, so maniacal and deviant as the only man at the far register. There are twelve people in front of you, and the deviant has his shoulders propped against the counter. You know what he's got in his… Read full post »