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The article sites two links to back up the point that gerrymandering (or really, just partisan redistricting) didn't create the gridlock and non-partisan redistricting would not help.
2 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.newrepublic.com/article/114989/government-shutdown-2013-gerrymandering-isnt-blame
@jeanniecw That's a fantastic talk! FUSER! Well done!!!
10 months ago on Gin and Topics: A Pep Talk from a Kid and a Dancing Kid
This may be one the best weeks yet. Love the Lego video. Hope Lego Corp picks it up and runs with it.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Gin and Topics: Ad Libbing for NFL Players and Animals
@greghauenstein Amen Greg. Completely agree with you. I started in similar fashion. Volunteering for a congressional campaign entering call notes into a database form call time.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on How to Get a Job On a Campaign
Quick question about Googling yourself. Would you recommend logging out of Google or whatever search profile you use before you start searching? I've found different results if I Google myself while logged in compared to logging out of Google, or even using private browsing to get unbiased results.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Online Reputation Management: A Gift that Keeps on Giving
The advice in the Guide to Trading Candy about raisins is spot on!
1 year ago on Gin and Topics: Make Your Videos Go Viral
@ValPal4 @KenMueller TYFS is a great book book. Christopher Buckley has written some very entertaining novels. I second Ken's recommendation whole heartedly. (Florence of Arabia and No Way to Treat a Frist Lady are also excellent.
1 year, 2 months ago on Spin Flicks: Six Great PR Movies
We are going to live forever! Great line. I"m going to put on my tight pants and get ready for the weekend. Go hogs!
1 year, 2 months ago on Gin and Topics: Gangnam Style and Crazy Razorback Fans
Movies? PLURAL!? Awesome. Will you wear your tiara to the theatre?
The last video is my favorite, though I found myself completely absorbed with watching the aerobic championships. I couldn't look away. My mind was racing. Where are these people now? What made this a good idea? How the heck do you judge this? How did they get Alan Thicke there? What movie did they pre-empt to show this and how much better ratings did it get? Scratch the last question, OF COURSE it got better ratings!
1 year, 3 months ago on Gin and Topics: Featuring Kids of Friends and More
@ginidietrich @katskrieger Alec Baldwin should never scare you.
1 year, 3 months ago on Gin and Topics: Dog Shaming and Sexy Guy on Rollerblades
@katskrieger It was hysterical.
Here's the link for those interested:
@katskrieger Alec Baldwin!!! I'm Googling that right now.
@KenMueller Ken - for #6, which I think is awesome and can only imagine what the "made up" version includes, who gets to play you in the movie version?
1 year, 4 months ago on The 10 Things I Want to Do Before I Die
@KenMueller @ginidietrich @belllindsay Why are people so negative to eggs? I don't use my Twitter account very often (@dietch) but it does have a pic, so there!
1 year, 5 months ago on CBS Issues Fake (and Totally Awesome) News Release
I think it is brilliantly funny, though it cannot be a regular occurrence. It is a one and done deal.
What really I wonder is for whom do you think the press release was written and for what point? It isn't for news coverage or mass appeal - unless maybe Joel McHale (http://www.thesouptv.com/)
Was it just to jab and embarrass the executives, producers and others at ABC? Do you think that is effective? Maybe some behind the scenes politics to which we are not privy?
I don't know the answer, so I leave it to the PR pros here. For a candidate, I would only agree to a release like this once in a great while to make a point, or else you start to sound too snarky.
I wish you were working with them! I want one!!! How do we make this happen?
1 year, 7 months ago on Flying Car Creates PR Controversy
Little did I know asking you why you didn't just quit and go out on your own was the start of something this great. I don't comment often here, but for this one, I'm throwing in my two cents and apologize to everyone not named Gini for the personal nature of this note. From the one bedroom tiny apartment in the "up and coming" area of St. Louis in 2002, to our first condo and your offices/closets on Michigan, Chicago and now Clark, you have have overcome every obstacle, kept your vision and refused to fail. Like anything else in life, it has been a series of ups and downs, but you've never given up and made it a success. I know you won't stop anytime soon. Me, JB, Pete the Tapeworm (welcome him back for me BTW), and every other electronic device you have named are proud, impressed and rooting for you. As a perfectionist , I know you don't often take a step back to realize what you have done. You can't see the forest for the trees, so to speak. So allow me to simply say: Well done. OK, you can go back now to leading the social media revolution. I've got a few more chapters to finish in my book: How Live With a Double Type A Personality. Mr. D
2 years, 7 months ago on An Entrepreneur’s Journey: Mine