21
Nov
09

“Fly Me To The Moon” by Julie London

Here’s to another big-voiced dame who reminds a little of Joannie. Cheers!

21
Nov
09

Ella Fitzgerald’s “Manhattan”

Who needs work when you can close your office door, open the drinks cabinet and mix yourself a martini.

16
Nov
09

“Stranger on the Shore” by Mr Acker Bilk from 1962

16
Nov
09

Yep, I’ve got a cruel sense of humor

Poor Guy didn’t have much luck!

16
Nov
09

My views on clients and marriage

16
Nov
09

“We drink because it is what men do”

15
Nov
09

My modern thoughts on postmodern secretaries

As this is a postmodern blog I’ll be able to get away with using today’s digital technology and talk about myself in the third person. Cheers! Life on shore-leave was better than this but I can’t drink liked I used to.

I think that they call it “exchange” when a text like Mad Men has the unintended consequences of the blog I am writing today. It’s all possible through Web 2.0, so even poor saps like me get to pour my thoughts into the ether of today’s world. Did I say “pour”?  Got to get my mind off the demon drink! Yes, as I was saying, through the wonders of the postmodern age I’ve managed to transport myself out of the modernism of the early 1960s. And, I’m beginning to think I’ve made a bad mistake. Geez,  it’s hard for guys like me to change. Yes, change. What’s with this new-fangled political correctness? Can’t I say what’s on my mind anymore? Why should I watch my mouth, and hands, around secretaries? That’s what God made them for – for ogling, glad-handing and . . .  Do I need to say more?




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