I am putting together a book that will be published in September. It will be a collection of humor pieces I have written over the years for newspapers and other outlets. Proceeds from the book will be given to the Miracle League of the Triangle, a baseball league for kids with special needs.
I am looking for sponsors to help offset the costs. If you are interested in sponsoring the book and in return getting some promotion for your business, website, or passion for full-contact checkers, please email me at writercris @ live dot com. Packages start as low at $35.
Occasionally my wife gives our cats a bit of canned cat food. Based on the smell, I am guessing the flavor is "Something We Found In A Dumpster". The can says it is "Ocean Fish", but I'm thinking that is a misprint. Either that or "Ocean Fish" is a euphemism around company headquarters for "roadkill". As in, "Do you have something I could use to scrape the 'Ocean Fish' from my tires?"
If sports teams can sell naming rights, why can't other buildings? "Welcome to the Valvoline Reproductive Center." During these tough times, even commercial properties could use some extra income. "Yes, but I'm just not sure I want to tell people I am halfway up Cialis Tower." After all, what does it matter what your address is? "The law offices of Stone & Sullivan, located in the Taco Bell Chalupa Complex."
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Strobe lights create a cool effect. However, there are some situations where they might not be appropriate. During surgery for instance. I mean, I'm all for ambiance, but you really should be able to tell whether your scalpel is moving or not. Again, I am not knocking strobe lights. Surreal concert lighting can make many events more fun, with one exception being a liver transplant. What else would not be a fit?