Wednesday, September 11, 2019
I had recently ended my morning call to my rather competent client, and hadn't yet gone to do battle for my client with my rather incompetent management at work.
Things started getting strange out in the hall outside my door. It was a buzz that was unnatural. One of those moments that remains in your mind a long time afterwords.
Internet access got slow.
My immediate boss came in and asked me to check the news.
That was how I learned that thousands of people were in the process of being murdered by a terrorist attack in NYC, The Pentagon, and Pennsylvania.
Suddenly my incompetent management problems at a University on North Broad Street in Philadelphia became even more unimportant than they were before, it became a September Tenth Problem.
Later we had heard of this once ever commercial put out by Budweiser Beer. This went out on the Super Bowl in 2001 during Half Time.
I missed it. Then as now, I aggressively skip commercials.
If I see a commercial there's going to be a compelling reason for me to watch it.
As much as I try not to share Youtube links, here it is in case you have not seen it.
Labels: Current Events, History
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment