You know the saying, “Not my pig, not my farm”? It’s used when it’s better to mind one’s own business because whatever’s going on isn’t your concern. But I’ve heard about some prime examples of getting involved in someone else’s farm and making a difference…to their pig!
Month: June 2009
I’ve been putting up posts 3 times a week on my 1039FM page.
I know I’ve taken on too much when on a precious Sunday – a “free” day – I just feel the need to stay home and catch up on chores.
I felt a bit hard-hearted over a couple of my reactions to news items yesterday but they’re how I genuinely feel. People are fallible and they make mistakes but they have to accept responsibility or they’re living in dream worlds.
Those of us with a sense of the macabre developed as a shield to survive the cold environs of a radio newsroom wondered yesterday, who would be next?
I don’t care what your job is, you never get enough praise.
American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert is planning a fall debut album. But a company he did some earlier pre-Idol recording for, now says it will release those songs as Lambert’s first album in the summer and Adam is freaking out, to put it mildly. It’s the same as if a sleazy photographer came forward with …
One of the aspects about motorcycle ownership that one must know a bit about is bike maintenance.
It’s taken many years for most interior designers to come to a general agreement on decorating rules. As with everything else in life, one size does not fit all. The guidelines work well in most cases but there are always exceptions. Sometimes rules are meant to be bent and broken and that’s what I’m aiming …
“We are now no longer the knights who say “Ni”!”
The truth takes another step back with a new camera made by Samsung.
I’ve never understood how anyone could want to destroy someone they were once married to. By the same token, I’ve never really understood how they can stay close friends, either, but that’s a blog for another day.
I like to talk to our station’s listeners. I answer the phone and I try to answer their questions although I do plead the fifth if something might not reflect well on the station. For example, they don’t need to know the nuts and bolts about music rotation and that kind of thing. Those details …
You may know that I’ve been a Big Sister for more than a decade.
Federal Natural Resources Minister Lisa Raitt was forced, some say by the Prime Minister’s Office, to say she was sorry for calling the scarcity of medical isotopes a “sexy” situation for her ministry. What a load of hooey. I don’t think she had anything to apologize for.
The CRTC has released final 2008 revenue figures for Canadian commercial radio and those who say the genre is dead or dying can suck on this for a while!