Saturday, June 18, 2011

Jammin' at the Farmers Market


I'm listening to Jay-Z radio as we park outside the Morrisville Farmers Market. Old and young unite on the blacktop, under the cool tents marked with handwritten signs.

An amateur musician plays and sings Beatles songs on his acoustic guitar as we choose cucumbers and corn.

The mood is mellow this Saturday morning. The sun is bright but not yet overbearing. The smiles run rampant through this little paradise.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Hi there

Ok, I didn't have time/energy/motivation to update the site this week. Hey, I just started this new job, and it's a lot of hard work and my brain is tired at the end of the day and they don't have a baller coffee machine like my old job, so when I get home I don't do much writing-wise.

Sue me.

But this will do. I'm loving my new job, even though it's hard work. I'm learning great stuff and actually leave each day with a sense of fulfillment that is simply unbeatable. It's pretty great.

So I'll just make a nice post about me (this is called "the Michael Casp experience" after all) and that'll have to satiate you until I figure out my schedule a little better and start posting regularly again.

I worked from home today, which was stellar. I've got my home office rockin. Look:


Awesome, right? Got my good speakers hooked up so I can blast Daft Punk all day long while I chug through the manuscripts. Got my extra monitor hooked up so I can work faster. Got my coffee. Chair. Wireless mouse. Even a fan to keep me cool.

And so I'm peacin out for the day. Later y'all, catch you on the flip side.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Blog Update

You faithful readers (all 2 of you) might have noticed that my post production has dropped off in recent days. I have a great excuse: I just started a new job. A more intense job. One that doesn't allow me to blog on the clock.

I will keep making posts, just not as many as I'd like. I'm going to try to keep it daily (ok, near-daily) and try to do as much as I can when I get home from work.

I'll try to have a real post up later today. In the mean time, watch this:

Friday, June 3, 2011

Dr. Kevorkian Dies the Old Fashioned Way


Dr. Jack Kevorkian, suicide enthusiast, has died the old fashioned way: a blood clot from his leg broke free and moved into his heart, killing him.

Besides having an awesome name, Dr. Kevorkian was also a pioneer in assisted suicide for at least 130 terminal patients. He went to prison for 8 years for helping very sick people move on.

Goldman Sachs Hires Former US Senator


Goldman Sachs continues its campaign to control the US government by hiring former governor and US senator Judd Gregg to help them manage and manipulate the law for their benefit.

This position is also likely a "thank you" to Gregg for helping Goldman during his time as a senator.

And no, I don't know how this is legal. But it is. Welcome to America.