John Bolton and 45

WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 09: National Security Adviser John Bolton listens to U.S. President Donald Trump speak during a meeting with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi in the Oval Office of the White House April 9, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Dude…

Incase you were wondering where Ashton Kutcher stands…Dude, where’s my endorsement? Yeah, this will make me vote for John Edwards. It seems that “star of the minute” Ashton Kutcher has gone out on a limb and endorsed Democrat John Edwards for President. The fact that CNN published this is troubling enough. I think I read … Read more

Irrelevant Football

About a year ago, I posted about how far Syracuse’s football program has fallen. And as the college football season begins its fifth week, the Syracuse program is following up a poor 2003 season with a pathetic 2004 season. And to reinforce my sentiments, today I saw two articles referencing Syracuse’s fall from grace. In … Read more

Politics

Over the past few weeks, I have been watching the debates between the Presidential candidates (John Kerry and George W. Bush for those of you who live on Mars) along with the VP debate last week (John Edwards and Dick Cheney). In the Presidential debate, John Kerry clearly had the upper hand. He consistently had … Read more

Bridge and Tunnel Support

Every day when I commute home from work, the bus I take drives past some apartments that overlook the entrance to the Holland Tunnel. Under one of the apartment windows is a “John Kerry for President” banner. At first, it was a pretty basic cardboard banner. But recently, they upgraded to a nylon type banner. … Read more

Political Humor A Few Months Old

Back in November during Election season, I am sure everyone saw the This Land is Your Land animation spoof of John Kerry and Dubya from JibJab. They have now come out with a couple more including a hysterical one called Good to Be in DC and the newest, Second Term. The guys who created these … Read more

Sox vs. Yanks

Big weekend up on Yawkey Way in Boston with the Red Sox and Yanks holding a 5 game series. Massacre Alert:: Oh man, what a fiasco. Three Four Five straight drubbings at the hands of the Yankees. This is definitely the Son of the Boston Massacre, although the Sox did not blow a 14 game … Read more

Randomness

I too wish Ken Griffey Jr was about to hit #756…I was completely addicted to the National Spelling Bee broadcast on ABC Thursday evening, won by 13 year old Evan O’Dorney…Its June 1 tomorrow and the Red Sox have a 10.5 game lead in the AL East and the NY Yankees are tied for last … Read more

Fate or Happenstance?

Sometimes, things happen that make you wonder if there is a larger master plan in place. A bit over a week ago, I was in Chicago at the Inc. 500 Conference, where my company announced the launch of a new product The Plum Card. I was honored to be a last (but not least) minute … Read more

The Dunk

I recently read a great article in this week’s Sports Illustrated about the art of “The Dunk”, how it has its own vernacular and culture and is still one of the most revered shots and experiences in sport. To praphrase the article, do we know another move in all of sports that can be collectively … Read more

sgclark 2.0 – A Refresh

At long last, I have finally refreshed the site a bit. Its not a full redesign. Just a refresh. As you can see, I have kept with the London Phonebooth imagery and theme and basically updated the look of the site. Why, I’m not sure. I guess I liked the quirky photo of a field … Read more

Cars 2 Coming In 2011

Pixar will be releasing Cars 2 in 2011. Just what my house needs, more Cars toys strewn across the floor. The plot of the animated sequel: [John] Lasseter mentioned that he came up with the idea for the sequel while traveling around the world doing publicity for the first film. He wondered how the characters … Read more

Worse or Dead Worse

Interesting article by Jim Cramer in NY Magazine this week about the sorry state of the economy today and what could possibly happen a year from now: What will New York look like a year from now? The answer: bad and probably worse, and perhaps downright catastrophic. Three degrees of awful. The first step was … Read more

We’re Not Dead Yet

There is a little contentious battle brewing between The Atlantic and the NY Times. The NY Times says it is not going away in May, as was suggested by The Atlantic’s Michael Hirschorn. Yet while its not going away anytime soon, it is an institution that has seen its better days. Be sure to read … Read more