orotund [awr–uh-tuhnd, ohr-] adj. 1. (of the voice or speech) characterized by strength, fullness, richness and clearness 2. (of the style of speaking) pompous or bombastic
Today, I’m doing some not-at-all-shameless promotion for someone who richly deserves it: my friend Marc Schuster.
Not only is Marc a superb individual, he is a fantastic writer. He’s just released a new (“blue”) edition of his book, The Singular Exploits of Wonder Mom and Party Girl. Click here and buy it. And then tell all of your friends about it in whichever way you know how.
If you reveal your secrets to the wind, you should not blame the wind for revealing them to the trees. ↔ Kahlil Gibran
→ If you’re Barack Obama or one of his people, why would you even bother with this nonsense? Come one, dude, you’re better than that.
→ Glitter bombs away! Some pundits are coming out and calling this classless. Oh, now we’re being classy? I must’ve accidentally deleted the email.
→ It’ll probably cost me my job and at least a few dozen friends, but I’m competing in this thing next year.