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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

10 things your dog can teach you

March 26, 2012


10 Things Your Dog Would Tell You.... (This made me cry)

1. My life is likely to last 10 to 15 years. Any separation from you will be painful: remember that before you get me. 

2. Give me time to understand what you want of me. 

3. Place your trust in me- it is crucial to my well being. 

4. Do not be angry at me for long, and do not lock me up as punishment.

5. You have your work, your entertainment,and your friends. I only have you.

6. Talk to me sometimes. Even if I don't understands your words, I understand your voice when it is speaking to me. 


7. Be aware that how ever you treat me, I will never forget. 


8. Remember before you hit me that I have teeth that could easily hurt you, but I choose not to bite you because I love you. 


9. Before you scold me for being uncooperative,obstinate,or lazy, ask yourself if something might be bothering me. Perhaps I might not be getting the right food, or I have been out too long, or my heart is getting to old and weak.


10. Take care of me when I get old; you too will grow old. Go with me on difficult journeys. Never say: "I cannot bear to watch" or "Let it happen in my absence." Everything is easier for me if you are there, even my death. 


Mos of all dogs constantly ask, no, make you remember that they love you.

Supreme Court 1 / Democracy 0

When the Supreme Court of the United States overturned 120 years of campaign finance reform with one decision, it opened the doors to an unlimited and unchecked flow of corporate and special interest money, allowed the wealthy to have a louder voice in elections and shifted the American landscape. The first major indication was the election that followed the decision in 2010.

Tonight in Wisconsin the mighty spent over five times as much as the "powerful" Democrats, with their labor support and grassroots organizing. Governor Walker spent over $4 per voter, or well over forty million dollars, not counting special interests PAC funds.

The election was one that, without outside spending and interference, was thought to be an even race...so it can be projected that the difference of under 200,000 voters (8% as the count settles) cost well over $20 a voter.

When the cost is so high in a state with two million plus voters, it can only be attributed to big money interests, not grass roots support.

Again, the state is one divided roughly 50/50 and prior to the election the governor was given a four percent advantage.

But the PAC, using their out of state wealth and resources spread the false information that recalls are only for criminal negligence and not for political actions that change the direction of the state, or the country, without consulting with the voters in advance.

To his credit, Governor Walker seemed humbled and at the same time positive, admitting he has learned he has to govern by consensus. That revelation comes after education has been cut to the bone and public employee unions have lost the core right of any union, collective bargaining.

He also looked like he was positioning for a stronger position within his own party in the future, perhaps even the VP slot on the ballot.

So it is that our top court made it possible for the party of the monnied corporate to regain the advantage they had in the 1800' and into the early 20th Century.

Too few study history. Those who control the lives of others feel they have a right to do so with their pocketbooks, in a dollar defined world of advertising, slogans, rallies and falsely painted idyllic images of the ideal world.

Meanwhile, education, the rights of workers, social services for us all, the rights of the poor and those who make up the rank and file of our nation....are sold the highest bidder, if only by a few percent in an election...enough to "win" and represent "Americans" while ignoring other views and the other half of our society.

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Art Lynch

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 Overview

Communication profession in areas of marketing, public affairs, journalism, film, TV, commercial, entertainment industry, broadcasting, education and public relations. Public speaking, interpersonal communication, critical thinking, media, theater, film, commercial and marketing professional. Accomplished communications field professional with combination of academic and field experience. Experience with one on one and group training and interaction, multi-cultural student populations and blended hybrid web-assist instruction, concentrated and full term instructions, high school and college. Achieved national offices in Screen Actors Guild, awards in marketing and journalism, excellent student and faculty review, leadership in multiple organizations and acknowledgment within the community.

Phi Kappa Phi, Theta Kappa, and Lambda Pi Eta Honors Societies.



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Professor: Humanities and Communication (adjunct with full time LOB).
Marketing: Marketing and Advertising Boutique owner established clients as top of mind. Full service from concept to execution to media placement and public relations.
Screen Actors Guild: National Board Director, 18 years + (see supplement)
Talent: Actor, Voice Artist, Singer, Writer, Producer, Director, Coordinator, various productions
Production: Creative Communications / A Personal Vision: commercial producer, director, and writer
Educator: Coach acting, voice, theatre, and film at Kim Flowers, JRP, Studio Casting
Broadcaster: Producer, director, host for entertainment centered talk radio and news.
Journalist: Broadcast, wire service, freelance print, web, and blog.

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