Steve Jobs was a dreamer… and a visionary. The kind of person we all could look up to and admire. The kind of person that we would all like to be– if we had that kind of drive. Thing is, instead of just dreaming, Steve Jobs did what he dreamed about doing. If he… Continue reading Re-Launch: Dream Big
This was originally posted on September 11, 2004. I’ve made a few edits to bring things into today’s situation, added a final thought. Ten years ago today. I was getting ready for work. It was just another Tuesday morning. I was dating my ex at the time, and he had already left for work,… Continue reading Re-Launch: September 11: Where Where You?
Tonight, the New York State Senate passed the bill allowing full GAY MARRIAGE in the state. This is incredibly significant for equal civil rights, because the precedence set by this passage could pave the way for other states to pass the same legislation. The bill was passed with provisions protecting religious organizations if they wished… Continue reading I Love New York – 33-29!
The recent shocking announcement that not one, but two classic, long-running Soap Operas, ABC’s “One Life To Live” and “All My Children,” had been cancelled sent shock waves through the entertainment community and all who have watched Soap Operas over the years. While I didn’t watch either of these shows (save for a brief time in… Continue reading RIP Soap Operas?
The divinely lovely Elizabeth Taylor died today at age 79. She was lovely in more ways than just the physical, however. She was a fierce advocate for numerous charitable organizations for HIV/AIDS research, the LGBT community, animal rights, and creative freedoms. As notorious for her seven marriages as she was for her beauty, Liz never… Continue reading Dame Elizabeth Taylor – A truly one-of-a-kind woman