Sunday, February 28, 2010

Sometimes working in the advertising industry feels more like being on Survivor.

Imagine this: Your agency is your tribe. No matter how much you may dislike your tribe-mates, you always want your tribe to win in a reward challenge (aka a pitch). However, you'll have to work together to get there.

The same people will always win immunity. They're the alpha dogs and creative all stars. Try to form an alliance with these folks.

Jeff Probst is always on the island when outsiders are watching, but never has to sleep there. Some may call him the boss.

Your head will always be on the chopping block. There is only so much food, and if you under perform, it’s likely you won’t be given dinner. Or worse, your tiki torch will get snuffed after you've completed your work.

You won’t sleep often. In fact, at times, the only difference is that you’ll gain weight instead of losing it because you’ll sit on your ass all day staring at a computer screen.

*Please note, I tend to over exaggerate. Don't bother ruffling your feathers.

Friday, February 26, 2010

NYC-1: Megan’s Rainboots:0

Sometimes you will get a hole in your shoe.
There is always a way to beat the system.
Keep your feet dry; stay warm and happy.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Cats & Mullets: A new project from Aeryn and Megan

Get excited because I’m working on a new project with the talented Aeryn Daboin. It’s all a work in progress, and I have no idea what the final result will be. However, here is a hint: it involves cats, mullets and yes, maybe even rat tails.

Could this be a new social networking site for mullet rocking cat lovers? Or, perhaps a network to unite lonely cats with lonely mullet folk? It could even manifest as a cat parlor specialized in giving kitty mullets.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Old News: It snowed a lot in New York City.

It was snowy when I ventured home from work last night.
I woke up and realized there is no such thing as a "snow day" once you have a real job.
Then I got to work and some jerk had thrown chicken carcasses all over the side walk. Just because it snowed, does not mean it's ok to put meat all over the side walk.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

I know you're wondering...

The good folks using Yahoo Answers have a few different takes. However, according to the "best" answer, yes, you can if you take your pants off. Good to know.