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Unfreedom Tower at Ground Zero

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Culture

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Just for fun, let’s assume a really fanciful, utterly unimaginable set of circumstances - a real screwball fantasy: Let’s say that a group of religion-drunk psychopaths with dreams of paradise flew a pair of commercial aircraft full of screaming passengers into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City on, say, September 11th, 2001 Let’s suppose they kill, oh, a couple thousand people Naturally, it could never happen...

Newsflash - Volcano Causes Cow Flatulence-Part 1

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Humor

A source tells me that the Icelandic volcano eruption that has been spewing ash and inconvenience all over Europe lately has negated every single effort we have made over the last half a decade to control the dreaded CO2 emissions that are CHOKING OUR PLANET and DESTROYING MOTHER EARTH and causing Al Gore to go all red in the face Can this be Years of effort to recycle everything and waste nothing - and all we get is the short end of the enviro-stick...

Carrying Tiny Billboards In Your Pockets

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Business

Your business card is your identity in a small format Because it is typically the first introduction a client has with your company, it is vitally important to have a card that puts across the right message Your business card will of course have your company logo, your name, your title (if you want to include it) and your contact information; however, it is often advisable (especially if the company name does not obviously describe what you do or sell) to add a message to help convey what your business is...

What Does Your Brochure Have To Say About You?

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Business

There was a theory going around a few years ago that the age of the internet would mean the end of print advertising Like a lot of theories, that one has turned out to be wrong True, having a presence on the web is certainly expected; virtually no company out there today can get by without a web site and email...

Two Waves And A Particle Walk Into A Bar...

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Humor

I have to admit I don’t know much about theoretical physics Who does People in the field have had a well-deserved reputation for chattering about things that make no sense to anyone else...

Postcard Printing - The Worst Mistake Ever!

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Marketing

Postcards, bah Pointy corners that could put an eye out Ink that could come off on your hands—it might happen someday...

Printing And Mailing: Promoting Your Business Vs. Saving The Postal Service

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Business

As we all know, the United States Post Office is having some issues - facing billions of dollars in losses and kicking around a few ideas to cut costs - curtailing delivery on Saturday, or only delivering every other piece of junk mail (just kidding about that last bit) The USPS came rattling its tin cup during the Great Bailout months of 2009, but the feds had already forked over all their bailout funds to GM and AIG So the Post Office is in trouble...

Chicken Little Went to Town-Part 1

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Short Stories

"One day Chicken Little was walking in the woods when—KERPLUNK—an acorn fell on her head 'Oh my goodness' said Chicken Little...

In Praise of Macintosh

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Business

Having worked for so long on a Macintosh, a far superior (and, admittedly, slightly more expensive) computer, I have been spoiled; and have lost touch with you afflicted proletarians, toiling under the grim and unforgiving aegis of the Microsoft Death Star It is easy for us, the enlightened and blessed minority, to forget what it’s like out there for the oppressed masses, cringing virtually every moment of your waking lives under Microsoft's cruel lash of conformity and enforced dysfunction It’s not your fault: with no chance to compare that which is imposed by your Dark Overlords with that which is freely chosen—the dull and monochrome of Windows versus the full spectrum of freedom, light and color that is the Mac—how are you to know any different...

Your United States Post Office Wants You! To Know This Stuff

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Advice

Without further ado, here is the skinny on postage rates and regulations on postcards: 4” x 6” or 425” x 6" postcards These mail at a first class individual stamped rate of 27 cents each The post office has a specific stamp for these postcards...

It's the Most Economical Advertising Since Ink Met Paper

Author: Bailey Stone

Category: Business

Printed postcards are probably the most economical form of printed advertising since the introduction of ink and paper Postcards can be printed in just about any size Size can be a function of how much information you need to fit on the postcard...

 
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