Went to my family's in Greenville for Thanksgiving. It was harder to get out of bed for this than it is for me to go to work, I think I stayed out way too late last night. Tonight was supposed to be the night that I went out with everybody, and we all ended up meeting up with other people separately and partying...and now I don't think anyone's up for going out tonight. The Megster looked a bit tired today as well and I think she said she twisted her ankle last night. Seems like such a waste though...to have tomorrow off and not do anything....might have to grab a coffee and reevaluate.
What a t-shirt idea, right???? What a campaign slogan even!
I'm not into politics. At all. I just don't care about who lies to me next. I glazed over 12 years ago and just want to work, snowboard, play music, and pet my damn dog. So don't hold it against me if someone's already come up with this.
With all of the hippies and hooligans occupying major streets throughout the USA, I CAN'T be the first person to think of this as a campaign slogan. Or...am I?
Picture this: RP leaning against a crisscross street sign with arrows, kind of like the one from the old Looney Tunes cartoons where they change them by spinning them to throw Wile E. Coyote or whoever off track. One sign says "Paul St." and points to success, the other one points to some type of epic fail, possibly keeping with the Looney Tunes idea and having the other sign point off a cliff OR into a wall painted like a train tunnel (my personal favorite)
I thought of it tonight because a lot of my friends are following the whole thing, and I might make some shirts to sell...the official shirts could be a lot cooler (no offense). Even though the "LOVE" one backward was pretty creative.
I didn't make the jedi pic below, I just thought it was funny and like Star Wars too much.
I sold some business card magnets to a pizza shop the other day...we currently have a special, 500 magnets FULL COLOR for 0.15 each. No setup charges.
I THEN sold some to a salon in North Kingstown, where the owner told me that they are using them as a followup to their wildly successful groupon campaign. They will be inserted into their next mailer. What an idea!
I just dropped off these custom tote bags to a RI shopaholics group for their anniversary trip. We developed the art custom for this project.
Every time a company or individual surprises me with great service I feel the need to mention it. I was cranky about MF having closeouts on only their low end amps, and one of the guys from Musician's Friend wrote me directly to see what I was looking for and if he could offer a better price on the item I was seeking.
A pleasant surprise from one of the country's largest musical equipment retailers!