Sunday, September 14, 2014

Blog now added to IT 24/7, enjoying free worldwide exposure to new Internet users

Marching for truth

I’m happy to announce this blog was added to the website rotation at IT 24/7 this weekend, a traffic exchange with global reach that offers unique branding opportunities to marketers everywhere.

IT management describes the community this way:

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I’m excited to have joined this community of global online marketers, and I look forward to a fruitful and growth-oriented relationship as we continue to inform the world!

Even zombies getting on board

I’ve used traffic exchanges for years to promote my websites, but found this exchange to be a unique, interesting addition to my promotion arsenal.

If you aren’t yet a member or would like to learn more about the site, click either of the graphics used in this post or simply click here to go directly to IT 24/27 right now.

Thanks again to the traffic exchange industry and its committed global cadre of users for your continued help in promoting my blog and other sites. I know every minute I spend using a traffic exchange is time well invested!

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Like usual, Arian Foster is wrong

What the NFL needed today was someone with the proven moral character of Arian Foster to comment publically about the Ray Rice situation.

Only someone caught banging another woman behind his wife's back, then disowning his own child born out of wedlock and suing the baby's mom, could think Rice's knock-out punch of his own wife was none of our business.

Is the Houston Texans public relations team mentally retarded? This overpaid fruitcake (the Turds gave him $43.5 million last year to show his ass on TV) has answered every question fired at him by the media in the past month with a smirk, "I'm just out here trying being the best teammate I can be."

If I worked for that PR squad (which would never happen because I have standards), I would have told that idiot to run from news cameras like the plague as soon as that Rice shit hit the news. Instead of talking about how hard he and his teammates are working to prepare for Sunday (go Raiders!), he says that all the kids with Ray Rice posters on their walls, all the parents that put those posters there, along with all the Ravens fans that pay his $40 million contract are out of line for questioning the indefensible.

Kids all over the country continue to look up to these degenerates. Greedy billionaires continue to give scumbags multi-million dollar contracts. Unsuspecting fans continue to scream when scumbags run into the building and onto the field.

And what happens to people who question these practices?

Don't worry. I'm sure this will all get fixed. For years the Texans GM Rick Smith has stated again and again, "We're going to do what's best for our football team."

Whatever, dude. Why don't you start by keeping that loser away from news crews?

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Celebrating a new NFL season, “Great memories” focuses on football in the coming days

With a new NFL season kicking off tonight, I think we should spend some days remembering those artists that used football as a means to show solidarity for the cause.

As I looked for videos to feature on my Twitter page in the coming days, I noticed a common theme arise. NFL teams on the West Coast seem to have this thing right more frequently than other organizations. That may or may not actually be the case, but that is the way it will often seem as you watch the videos I have lined up.

You may think I’m showing loyalty to one team or another here, but I’m primarily showing loyalty to the fans and the artists that have used their art to build this thing.

If you really want to know where my loyalties lie, take a look as this incredible new shirt I purchased on the Internet for this season. Wouldn't Lucy Liu look fantastic in something like that?

If you’ve seen an artist that has produced a song or video supporting a team anywhere that needs to be featured here, email me any time at john@pinnaclecreative.net. I’d love to post videos about the Colts, Ravens, Cardinals, Jets, etc., if they fit the format. If you don’t know what I mean by “fit the format,” simply watch the videos I post this week and I think you see and hear a commonality.

Again, West Coast teams seem to have a distinct advantage in this effort, so far. But that’s fine by me. You all know how much I love the West Coast, and I’ve been a resident out there on several occasions during my life.

During this season, you may occasionally hear people say “that’s it” or “game over,” but what that really means is “the best is yet to come!” Keep watching.

Let’s have a fantastic season. Go Oilers!