Trying out some new slogans. Which one do you prefer?
Seeing problems where others see possibilities.™
Today’s solution is tomorrow’s problem.™
Solutions today. Excuses tomorrow.™
The future is now. No — now. Wait — now. NOW!™
Making waste while the sun shines™
A Leading Indicator™
Turning today into tomorrow.™
If you have to ask, you can’t afford me.™
It’s about the work. (And the money.)™
Your problem is my paycheck.™
I’ve done it before, I’ll do it again.™
This time I mean it.™
Gee, where has the time gone?™
Problems don’t go away by themselves. But pretending they do helps.™
Making dreams come true, one billing cycle at a time.™
All about the work. (Some restrictions apply.)™
Knowledge worker. Leisure scholar.™
Giving up is just another way of saying, “Job done!”™
Here be dragons!™
My widely-circulated satire about iPhone pictures through history was “expeditiously” removed following a copyright infringement notice.
Satire is protected speech. I am appealing. Stay tuned.
damondahlen asked: Mr Nuttycombe,I am a photo editor with AOL Huffington Post and we are running a story on your iPhone famous photos. I saw that you had images and was wondering if you could share some of them with us to accompany our story. We would of course credit you and link back your site.
Absolutely! If you could also link to my regular site, nuttycombe.com/blog/ that would be terrific.
Kodot Verichrome Film, Kaimal Mark II Lens, No Flash
Roboto Glitter Lens, Alfred Infrared Film, No Flash
BlackKeys SuperGrain Film, Jimmy Lens, No Flash
So Zimmerman trial Juror B37 has lost her book contract because, well let’s be fair: she’s an idiot.
But her tragic loss doesn’t mean we all must suffer. There may still be a wonderful book about those couple of days in the jury room. I came up with a title that seems appropriate: VERDICTS FOR DUMMIES.
And I say we crowdsource this tome.
As the original jury members took the opportunity with this case to write their own brand of fan fiction, why not each of us pick a jury number and write an imagined account of what it was like to be forced to consider whether a “young boy of color” deserved to die, or maybe mess up the life of a normal looking guy.
Here are suggested chapter titles. As they say, Have fun with it!
Chapter 1: Do I Have To? Civic Duty Is Such A Pain
Capter 2: Did I Mention I Have Birds?
Chapter 3: Laws Are Boring!
Chapter 4: Should I Fall In Love With The Defendant?
Chapter 5: Gawd, Will This Never End?!
Chapter 6: Still So So So Boring!
Chapter 7: Juror B37 Zimmerman — How Does That Sound?
Chapter 8: How Do You Spell Deilberrating?
Chapter 9: I’m Standing My Ground In This Jury Room — We Need More Snacks!
Chapter 10: OMG! Anderson Cooper’s On the Phone!
Chapter 11: Wait — Anderson Cooper Is a What? Darn.
Chapter 12: Does This TV Blackout Lighting Make Me Look Fat?
Chapter 13: On Building a Better America. For Birds.
In a globalized world, corruption is a truly globalized business and one that needs global solutions supported and pushed by us all as global citizens, right here. And it’s time to begin thinking about it even if the reason we’re thinking about it is to construct arguments for why we shouldn’t do it. So I enlist you to help me get the cooperation project started. Please go out and do what you can to make this a land full of places that are worth caring about, and a nation that will be worth defending. Please do it—now! You don’t need something more to explain something more. That will encourage the spread of relatively benign mutations of the most toxic varieties. But the absence of some metaphorical fishbowl is a recipe for misery, and, I suspect, disaster. And I thought that was an idea worth spreading. Where will we take it? That in embracing the diversity of human beings, we will find a surer way to true happiness. It is Nirvana. But in the end the only thing I could say for sure was I don’t know, and that might just be the most profoundly religious statement of all. And I’m certainly looking forward with immense excitement to it being turned on. And I know that with the cheetahs, we can take Africa back, one village at a time. Even when a Canadian cheats the system, they do it in a way that benefits society. And that’s BumpTop. That’s a mistake that could literally cost us our future. If you’re watching this now, I hope you can forgive me.