Recipes and fun from Coffee Chat
02:30 – Meet Tom Antion, a millionaire who has never had a job
03:14 – Ideas for Millennials looking for work
05:24 – You’re learned people? Let’s dumb ourselves down and get marketable skills.
07:00 – Let me explain, Ray – it’s eBay
07:26 – Start with yard sales.
10:50 – Hundreds of Ladies Bras
13:39 – Tom’s pen name is Lisa Roberts
15:07 – 97% profit
15:46 – How a soccer Mom can write a book
16:21– Don’t ride the slow bus!
17:18 – I’ve got two questions then
18:47 – The Zeigarnik Technique
20:28 – Get the kids involved
Tape down your paper to an artboard or other hard surface.
Paint in a purple sky with lots of watercolor and biggest floppy brush you can lay your hands on.
While the paint is wet, quickly wrap a Kleenex around the bottom of a plastic cup and press it where you want the moon to be. Count to 10 and then lift the cup.
Have your plastic cling wrap ready to go and while the blue paint is still wet...
Sprinkle a handful of salt along the bottom (snow) area of the artwork. Then, quickly smoosh the cling wrap over the wet salty area.
...lay it on the blue paint along the horizon line
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Lee Levin, author of five novels and cruise line speaker
Recently I read an article titled ‘Whatever happened to humility?’ (Roland Kidder, Observer, October 8, 2020) It was excellent, and it got me thinking other words that have also disappeared. Words that once had real meaning. Honor. Respect. Duty. Civility. Chastity. Courtesy. Sportsmanship. Manners. Integrity. There are many other words that now are relics, consigned to the obscurity of dictionaries.
I am in my nineties, way past my life expectancy expiration date, one of the few remaining of what Tom Brokaw called the Greatest Generation. And I can no longer recognize my country. … Read more
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