As you probably know, I have decided to offer my "Global Domination Studies" course, to the public. The intensive life long course starts with five required readings- The introduction is with Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People". This book is part one of the two part foundation for this course. With out an ability to influence people (the section on winning friends is irrelevant to a Global Dominator) one can not even fathom having the skills to rule , or better yet, dominate. Part two of the two part first section of the five readings, is "The Pirate Primer" by George Choundas. With out mastery of the official language of swashbucklers and rouges, you will never have the verbal capacity to make your intentions known and your needs demanded. Did you know there are 44 different meanings for the word, "Arrgh"? If you don't know that... you don't know anything. Book 3 is an informative work by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, "Y…
It has been quite a while since any "good blogs" have been posted here. That is not to say that the blog has not been entertaining, however, what you have seen is called "filler". "filler" is what is posted to keep you reading/viewing during prolonged sessions of writer's block, extreme laziness, loss of digits, or a combination of two or more of the afore mentioned items. Some examples of recent "filler" around here are the multiple YouTube videos, the picture with a sentence description, and the "name change". Some examples of "good blogs" are the "house sitting rules" and of course the "dash cam".
I had mentioned in an email earlier this year I would be adding two more authors to the roster. Well, that still has not happened, and here's why. Shortly after announcing the planned additions, I bloody broke Blogger. So far to date, Blogger's been busted for almost 2 months. As soon and Blogger…
Some of us are already proud, card carrying members of the hottest new club in town. It is invite only and very exclusive. If you are interested in joining, hang around your local Baskin Robbins, and look for the creepy fella handing out business cards.
I am giving the blog the name of the site slogan, "Dolphin Free...". I have done this for a couple reasons:
1. I like it better
2. Less confusing
As for now, the link will still stay the same (blog.tenkley.net).