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pimp central

I’ve been writing a lot about environment crap recently. There’s a good reason- my latest client is a company named Evo Limo, based in Los Angeles. (See earlier blurb here) I can pick any job title I want. “Creative Director”? Do limo companies actually have Creative Directors? I don’t know. Creative Director sounds so ’80s. […]

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psycho women

I don’t have a girlfriend. I don’t have to post something warm and fuzzy on Valentine’s Day.

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sold his soul


diet coke

so-cal startup

Let’s say, for sake of argument, that you were living and raising a family in Southern California. Say you wanted to start a business there, related to major industries from that neck of the woods. I guess that could include: 1. Hollywood and the entertainment industry. 2. High Tech 3. Environmental crap, alternative fuels etc. […]

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breakfast at tiffany’s

The hydrogen car I mentioned earlier costs $400K. The thought occurs to me: in today’s money, that’s about how much a decent car (Bugati etc) cost 100 years ago. Or a top-of-the-line horse and carriage, including the horsemen’s wages and housing. Around $6000, back when they were real dollars. Throughout history, things we now take […]

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