Tuesday, December 31, 2013

My New Year's Resolution for #2014

In 2013 I distinctly received the message that being a douchebag is more "Not Cool" than Greg Gutfeld's upcoming book "Not Cool" ...
For in the way I heard women say "what a douche-bag!" ... or "he's such a douche-bag!" ... or "what a real douche-bag!" = I know I don't want that to be me.
(those inflections could haunt anyone)
Thus, My New Year's Resolution for #2014 is not to be a douche-bag! .. or to even smell like one.
                                        this is me, johnny conte jr., during the summer I was making the big transition from
Mt. Gallitzin Academy to Quigley Catholic Highschool ... just turned 14 this summer. A chance encounter with Nikki Sixx & Tommy Lee had left an impression.

My New Year's Resolution for #2014 is not to be a douche-bag! .. or to even smell like one.

Best of the Roses (but not rose colored glasses),
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

#BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

Sunday, December 15, 2013

Not Cool Greg Gutfeld of Fox News Channel: how Tucker Carlson is suspect

Dear Greg Gutfeld,

While watching your 3 a.m. TV program Red Eye on Fox News Channel last evening / this early early morning, it was evident that your #newmedia-round-table-guest Tucker Carlson was quite testy & agitated when discussing the value of the NSA and its abilities to actually prevent terror attacks like the Boston Bombing and 9-11-2001 despite its absolute over-reach in so far as privacy for U.S. citizens go. ..

Tucker was promoting that "living your life without fear" is more of a bigger win for the War on Terror (overseas-contingency-plan) than NSA spying and its absolute power programs in the face of the U.S. Constitution just like the long-haired he is.

Going as so far as to say that "government does not and should not have power over the rights and privileges of its U.S. citizens." Ha! What a hippie-freak!! ... "Government should not have control of our lives and has no right to know everything about us by labeling all-of-us suspect." ... Can you believe this guy?!

But we know why Tucker Carslon is so sensitive about human rights, civil rights and individual & minority rights! ... I mean, yeah, CNN exploited him from like age 12 by under-paying him and over-working him. .. for years!

However, he's such a long-hair with a case of "affluentenza."

Actually, I wonder how he's kept that child-star quality long hair all these years anyway. Hahha.

I wonder what kind of "hair products" he's using?!

Well, according to Edward Snowden and the paranoid long-haired Tucker Carlson himself - we can label him "suspect" inside the NSA surveillance programs and then "target" him ... connecting dots for an agenda to expose him for using "hair products" not yet approved by the FDA.

As a matter of fact, if he's using these "hair products" not approved by the FDA, he's probably selling them too.

No wonder why Tucker Carlson is so anti-government!

See, Greg, all of his followers need to know he is being investigated as a suspect.

When they "bag-him" it will be doing all of us a favor and not only meeting quotas for busting someone involved with illegal-drugs not approved by the FDA so the real war = the war on drugs can continue to get large amounts of funding even from those wacky left-wingers Obama, Pelosi and Harry Reid.

We are all safer from terror because of the NSA and its spying and the war-on-drugs.

No wonder why Tucker Carlson is so "pro-rights" and anti-government and is paranoid about "bad actors" abusing the system.

Not Cool Greg Gutfeld.

Not cool.

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Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

#BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

#traffic #selfie #city

#traffic #selfie #city                   dec 2013

Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

#BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

#CaliforniaPizza & #MegynKelly dreams: wish my friend Wallace Fowlie were alive to psychoanalyze

we all should have such dreams.

vivid, vivacious.

fun & confusing dreams

where you awake and are happy yet confused in a WTF (what the fuck) was that all about moment = however nevertheless = you're #feelinghappy

wish my friend Wallace Fowlie were alive to psychoanalyze and talk with me in person, over the telephone or through letters like we used to do. .. with his background I wonder if he ever heard of such? ..

Last night I woke up from this dream where I was in California in a little canyon town up & just outside of L.A. and I was on the phone with this Hollywood-Agent-Guy I know and I was picking up some pieces to take to his home. He wanted me to pick-up a #CaliforniaPizza and get to his home but I was asking the girl if they made a pepperoni pizza like east coast style.

And, then.
Woke-up from a dream of vividly genuine laughter with Megyn Kelly.
a strange lucidity during all of this extraordinary happenstance taking place where it's obviously special circumstances you know happens and you're rolling along with it like you do and other people just smile in amazement (and maybe a tiny bit of resentment) like WTF, man, how do you do it?

Renowned writer, critic, and teacher, Wallace Fowlie has devoted his life to the study and teaching of the French language and literature. Author and translator of thirty books, Fowlie's contributions include translations of Rimbaud (the complete works), Moliere, Claudel, Baudelaire, and Cocteau, and literary studies of, among others, Rimbaud, Stendhal, Gide, and Mallarme. His widely acclaimed Journal of Rehearsals, originally published in 1977, is the first in his series of memoirs. In this passionate book, Fowlie explores his "love affair" with the literature and culture of France, and offers insights into his own intellectual and social life, his early love for the French language, and his encounters and relationships with an impressive cast of characters: Kenneth Burke, Jean Cocteau, Martha Graham, Henry Miller, Marianne Moore, T. S. Eliot, and others.

Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

#BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

Monday, December 9, 2013

to you.

It reads
It really matters.
to you

Hope you see it
See it too.
Like laughter

We do need it
Everyone needs it
Like I need you

happy birthday, baby

this song's for you

It reads
happy birthday
to you
happy birthday
to you

(written a couple days early,
to you.)

Best of birthday Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

#BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

Thursday, December 5, 2013

25 Top Hottest Women of #BIGnewEdayMedia 2014: draft 1

Dear Santa,
It was easy to compose a Top 100 Hottest Women of new everyday media for the e-book NewMedia Matters on mystrawhat.com with so many dynamic and engaging personalities via new media.
Only choosing 25 Top Hottest Women of new everyday media for upcoming e-book #BIGnewEdayMedia 2014 for mystrawhat.com is hard! I am not a Grinch by any means and have always been known as a giving, generous good-guy. Only 25 is tough!!
I come to realize that the women we have in our lives can drastically effect the path we find ourselves on or want for ourselves.
Henceforth, to be good is to have a better woman.
Some women in new media seem to exude this emissary type role to help sift through the coal ashes and expose a gossamer morning with real promise of inspiring day light = for a New Day.
A new day with better stuff. .. Inspiring #everyday people to want to be better by doing better.                        #passion #compassion #empathy
Dear Santa, there are a lot of women of new everyday media that inspire me everyday to be better and provide informative yet fun deliveries of important information to help break down unjust and intolerant mindsets & laws we need to work to change.
Please let me know the 25 who have been naughty ;) and the 25 who have been nice.
 Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

#BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

                                               me at my parent's home w/ Sister Ann Celine
                                                                      (Sister "Annie")
                                                       Christmas 72 or 73 = love her

Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

#BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

Sunday, December 1, 2013

want to listen to refreshingly fresh new music?!...

The Debut Album: All That's Covered Over
“Part of the appeal is the freshness of the material. It's not purely rock, not purely anything” states Rege Behe of TribLIVE. “While the raft of musicians might seem to imply a noisy product, the Drowning Clowns actually create musical landscapes that are serenely intricate.” -Rege Behe: TribLIVE.
The album is available to purchase here, and make sure to "like" the band on Facebook for updates
The Drowning Clowns are:
Mike Speranzo
Frank Spadafora
Liz Berlin
Dirk Miller
Mike Hammer
Jesse Prentiss
Evan Smith
Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

#BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

Snow globe acts as a magnifying glass in the sun onto a suspiciousless straw hat and cause a fire

 the symbolism of parallel construction
 #BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014) .... .... ....
Middlesex Township (KDKA) November 21, 2013 11:14 AM

As Officer Pfeifer describes it, the solution sounds like it came from a detective story.

“The sun came through the snowglobe, magnified it enough, and caught the straw hat on fire,” he said.

The globe acted like a magnifying glass focusing the sun’s rays, and the straw hat was fuel for a fire.

“That’s what we’re coming up with. Nobody was in that room for four hours,” says Assistant Fire Chief Glenn Pfeifer.

“We were sitting down there having a tea party,” says Crystal.

Then, the smoke detector went off.

Crystal found her youngest daughter’s bedroom fully engulfed.

“These blackened walls used to be bright yellow,” she said. “It melted all the hangers in her closet.”

Officer Pfeifer grabbed the kitchen extinguisher, but the heat and flames were too much. He did notice that the hottest spot was atop Olivia’s dresser

After another first responder and the Middlesex Township volunteer firefighters got the fire out, they began looking for a cause. That led back to the dresser and the charred remains of a snowglobe and a straw hat.

“It’s gotta be the snow globe,” says Crystal. “There was nothing else in here plugged in.”

Strange it may be, but all got out safely, including the family’s pet Bearded Dragon, belonging to one of the Yosts’ 10-year-old twin daughters. It’s one for the family memory books.

“The Lord was looking out for us,” said Crystal.

Watch here http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2013/11/21/firefighters-investigating-possible-snowglobe-fire/

Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

#BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Thankful for ThanksGivingDay Family Memories: my Family Tree Flashback 2007

This was our annual ThanksGivingDay I had the pleasure of knowing on an annual basis for many years at the Pittsburgh Athletics Association (PAA) in Oakland
at the University of Pittsburgh
in a private room with its own bar
= = =
thanks to my great Aunt Helen
                                          me with my upper east side cousins Michael & Matthew
                                     (well Michael flew in from his place Monaco) for ThanksGiving

                                          Michael & Matthew's mom Joan

                                             Michael with my great Aunt Helen of Squirrel Hill
                                   (Joan's mother and Michael & Matthew's grandmother)

                                         me w/ Aunt Helen's daughter Bette, her husband Richard
                                                    and their two boys
                                                           My upper west side cousins
                                             far left my sister Alane & he son Zach, always looking
at the camera and smiling sister Maureen, my mom seated in blue w/ her cape and
                                              my father seated on the right
                                                (I have six siblings who were all present)
while these memories are being created it may feel like they are lasting forever and will be forever but these times are unique and very special, sacred times not to be taken for granted. ..
                                                                   because like it or not new traditions come in

At the time I was working on a #newmedia project including a collection of poems for an e-book for mystrawhat.com called
EveryDay There's Something 2008

Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

Sunday, November 24, 2013

One of These Days

Camper Van Beethoven - One of These Days
Camper Van Beethoven playing One of These Days at the Abbey in Chicago
Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Meant to Be

"Those who know = whispering hey see us walking = there's a love that's meant to be" ...

Meant To Be- Squirrel Nut Zippers  

                                                          Chateau Marmont July 07 - 2007
                                                                       upgraded pool cottage
                                                               uptight seer-sucker-blazer too old school Pittsburgh

Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)

Jack Ruby shoots Lee Harvey Oswald dead on live TV for shooting JFK: 50 years ago

First live TV murder 
50 years ago
Ruby replaced attorney Tom Howard with prominent San Francisco defense attorney Melvin Belli who agreed to represent Ruby pro bono.

My father receives a call from Belli to join him in Dallas, TX and serve as a legal expert (specifically for my father's recent victory in a high profile "insanity" case where a boy shot his father who was the Sheriff of Baden, Pa.).
My father's partner, Paul Courtney, tells his wife that he & John (my father) would be going to Dallas to assist in representing Jack Ruby.
Recently Mrs. Courtney gave my father a copy of her personal diary from that moment in history when the whole world was watching.
Her honest insight into these events in U.S. History like no other are strikingly fascinating for me to read ... especially how she describes what it was like for her when the local Pittsburgh media caught wind. 

Jack Ruby shoots Lee Harvey Oswald dead on live television.

Dallas, Nov. 24--President Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was fatally shot by a Dallas night-club operator today as the police started to move him from the city jail to the county jail.
The shooting occurred in the basement of the municipal building at about 11:20 A.M. central standard time (12:20 P.M. New York time).
The assailant, Jack Rubenstein, known as Jack Ruby, lunged from a cluster of newsmen observing the transfer of Oswald from the jail to an armored truck.
Millions of viewers saw the shooting on television.
As the shot rang out, a police detective suddenly recognized Ruby and exclaimed: "Jack, you son of a bitch!"
A murder charge was filed against Ruby by Assistant District Attorney William F. Alexander, Justice of the Peace Pierce McBride ordered him held without bail.
Detectives Flank Him
Oswald was arrested Friday after Mr. Kennedy was shot dead while riding through Dallas in an open car. He was charged with murdering the President and a policeman who was shot a short time later while trying to question Oswald.
As the 24-year-old prisoner, flanked by two detectives, stepped onto a basement garage ramp, Ruby thrust a .38-caliber, snub-nose revolver into Oswald's left side and fired a single shot.
The 52-year-old night-club operator, an ardent admirer of President Kennedy and his family, was described as having been distraught.
[District Attorney Henry Wade said he understood that the police were looking into the possibility that Oswald had been slain to prevent him from talking, The Associated Press reported. Mr. Wade said that so far no connection between Oswald and Ruby had been established.]
Oswald slumped to the concrete paving, wordlessly clutching his side and writhing with pain.
Oswald apparently lost consciousness very quickly after the shooting. Whether he was at any point able to speak, if he wanted to, was not known.
The politically eccentric warehouse clerk was taken in a police ambulance to the Parkland Hospital, where President Kennedy died Friday. He died in surgery at 1:07 P.M., less than two hours after the shooting. The exact time Oswald was shot was not definitely established.
Four plainclothes men, from a detail of about 50 police officers carrying out the transfer, pounced on Ruby as he fired the shot and overpowered him.
Ruby, who came to Dallas from Chicago 15 years ago, had a police record here listing six allegations of minor offenses. The disposition of five was not noted. A charge of liquor law violation was dismissed. Two of the entries, in July, 1953, and May, 1954, involved carrying concealed weapons.
The city police, working with the Secret Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said last night that they had the case against Oswald "cinched."
After some 30 hours of intermittent interrogations and confrontations with scores of witnesses, Oswald was ordered transferred to the custody of the Dallas County sheriff.
This was preliminary to the planned presentation of the case, next Wednesday or the following Monday, to the county grand jury by District Attorney Wade.
The transfer involved a trip of about a mile from the uptown municipal building, where the Police Department and jail are. The route went down Main Street to the county jail, overlooking the spot where President Kennedy was killed and Gov. John B. Connally was wounded by shots from the book warehouse where Oswald worked.
A Change in Plans
The original plan had been for the sheriff to assume custody of Oswald at the city jail and handle the transfer. Late last night, for unspecified reasons, it was decided that the city police would move the prisoner.
Police Chief Jesse Curry declined to comment on suggestions that he had scheduled the transfer of Oswald at an unpropitious time because of pressure from news media.
Chief Curry announced about 9 o'clock last night that the investigation had reached a point where Oswald's presence was no longer needed. He said that Oswald would be turned over to the county sheriff today.
Asked when this would take place, the chief said: "If you fellows are here by 10 A.M., you'll be early enough."
When newsmen assembled at the police administrative offices at 10 o'clock, Chief Curry commented: "We could have done this earlier if I hadn't given you fellows that 10 o'clock time."
Armored Van Used
This was generally construed as meaning that preparations for the transfer had been in readiness for some hours, rather than implying a complaint from the chief that the press had had any part in setting the time.
Chief Curry disclosed this morning that to thwart an attempt against Oswald, the trip was to be made in an armored van of the kind used to transfer money.
"We're not going to take any chances," he said. "Our squad cars are not bullet-proof. If somebody's going to try to do something, they wouldn't stop him."
A ramp dips through the basement garage of the municipal building, running from Main Street to Commerce Street. Patrol wagons drive down this ramp and discharge prisoners at a basement booking office. The garage ceiling was too low for the armored car, so the van was backed up in the Commerce Street portal of the ramp.
The plan was to lead Oswald out the doorway in the center of the basement and about 75 feet up the ramp to the back of the armored car.
Prisoner on Fourth Floor
At about 11 o'clock, Chief Curry left his third-floor office, followed by plainclothes detectives and newsmen, to go to the basement. Oswald was still in a fourth-floor jail cell.
As the group with the chief walked through a short corridor past the basement booking office and out the door onto the guarded ramp, uniformed policemen checked the reporters' credentials. But they passed familiar faces, such as those of policemen and collaborating Secret Service and F.B.I. agents.
Ruby's face was familiar to many policemen who had encountered him at his two night clubs and in his frequent visits to the municipal building.
Inconspicuous in Group
Neatly dressed in a dark suit and wearing a fedora, he was inconspicuous in a group of perhaps 50 men who for the next 20 minutes waited in a 12-foot-wide vestibule and adjacent portions of the ramp.
Television cameras, facing the vestibule, were set up against a metal railing separating the 15- foot-wide ramp from the rest of the garage. Some newsmen clustered along this railing.
Across Commerce Street, in front of a row of bail bonds-men's offices, a crowd of several hundred persons was held back by a police line.
Soon Oswald was taken in an elevator to the basement. He was led through the booking office to the open vestibule between two lines of detectives.
Walks Behind Captain
Captain Fritz, chief of the police homicide division, walked just ahead of him. Oswald was handcuffed, with a detective holding each arm and another following. On Oswald's right, in a light suit, was J. R. Leavelle and on his left, in a dark suit, L. C. Graves.
As they turned right from the vestibule to start up the ramp, Ruby jumped forward from against the railing. There was a sudden loud noise that sounded like the explosion of a photographer's flashbulb. It was Ruby's revolver firing.
A momentary furor set in as Ruby was seized and hustled into the building. Policemen ran up the ramp in both directions to the street, followed by others with orders to seal off the building.
About five minutes elapsed before an ambulance could be rolled down the ramp to Oswald.
The ambulance, its siren sounding, was followed by police and press cars on the four-mile drive to the hospital.
The hospital's emergency department had been on the alert for possible injuries arising out of the projected transfer.
Oswald was moved almost immediately into an operating room, at the other end of the building from the one where President Kennedy was treated.
The bullet had entered Oswald's body just below his heart and had torn into most of the vital organs.
Dr. Tom Shires, the hospital's chief of surgery, who operated on Governor Connally Friday, took over the case. The gamut of emergency procedures--blood transfusion, fluid transfusion, breathing tube and chest drainage tube--was instituted immediately.
But Dr. Shires quickly reported through a hospital official that Oswald was in "extremely critical condition" and that surgery would take several hours.
Family Put in Custody
Oswald's brother, George, a factory worker from Denton, Tex., got to the hospital before the assassin died.
The police took Oswald's mother, wife and two infant daughters into protective custody. They were escorted to the hospital to view the body, then were taken to an undisclosed lodging place in Dallas.
Governor Connally is still a patient at the Parkland Hospital. The excitement of the Oswald case swirled around the temporary office the Governor had set up there.
Back at the jail, Ruby was taken to the same fourth-floor cellblock where his victim had been the focus of attention the last two days.
Reports that filtered out about his preliminary remarks said that he had been impelled to kill President Kennedy's assassin by sympathy for Mrs. Kennedy. It was reported he did not want her to go through the ordeal of returning to Dallas for the trial of Oswald.
District Attorney Wade said yesterday he was sure the prosecution of Oswald could be carried out without the personal involvement of any members of the Kennedy family.
A half-dozen lawyers who have worked for Ruby converged on police headquarters in the next hour or two. They said they had been directed there by relatives and friends of Ruby and had not been called by Ruby himself.
One lawyer said that he had arranged for a hearing before a justice of the peace tomorrow morning to ask for Ruby's release on bail.
"He's a respectable citizen who's been here for years and certainly is entitled to bail," the lawyer said. "We'll make any amount of bail."
"He is a great admirer of President Kennedy," the lawyer said, "and police officers."
The last remark was an allusion to the fact that Oswald was accused of fatally shooting the Dallas patrolman after the President's assassination.
Ruby, the lawyer said, "is a very emotional man."
Chief Curry called the second formal news conference of the last three days in the police headquarters basement assembly room at 1:30 P.M.
His face drawn, he said in a husky voice:
"My statement will be very brief. Oswald expired at 1:07 P.M.
"We have arrested the man. He will be charged with murder. The suspect is Jack Rubenstein. He also goes by the name of Jack Ruby. That's all I have to say."
Sheriff Bill Decker commented that the police "did everything humanly possible" to protect Oswald, as he said they had in the case of President Kennedy.
"I don't think it would have made a bit of difference if Oswald had been transferred at night," he said. "If someone is determined to commit murder, it's almost impossible to stop him."
Ironically, it appeared that Ruby might have had a number of far easier opportunities for killing Oswald than the method he finally used.
He was reported to have circulated repeatedly the last two days among the throng of people that was constantly in the third-floor corridor near the homicide bureau. Oswald was led along this corridor a number of times as he was taken down from the fourth-floor jail for interrogation.

Saturday, November 16, 2013

does the "New Coke" strategy to demand "Old Coke" still apply? old vs. new

with everyone wanting and thinking they need the next new new thing


--- does the "New Coke" strategy to demand "Old Coke" still apply?

on April 23, New Coke was launched with fanfare, including prime-time TV ads. Company Chairman Roberto C. Goizueta proclaimed New Coke “smoother, rounder yet bolder,” speaking of it more like a fine wine than a carbonated treat.

But public reaction was overwhelmingly negative; some people likened the change in Coke to trampling the American flag.

Sounding retreat Soon people were hoarding cases of the old stuff. In June 1985, Newsweek reported that savvy black marketeers sold old Coke for $30 a case. A Hollywood producer, giving an old vintage its proper respect, reportedly rented a wine cellar to hold 100 cases of the old Coke.

On July 11, Coca-Cola yanked New Coke from store shelves. “We did not understand the deep emotions of so many of our customers for Coca-Cola,” said company President Donald R. Keough.
New Coke thus joined rabbit jerky, clear beer and the eight-track tape in the pantheon of marketing goofs, products that seemed like good ideas at the time.

Old Vs. New marketing?

Is it really old or really new? and is senior management just messing with you?

Can QB's who are rumored to leave town use that one now with Manning out of the Colts & buck'n with the Broncos of mile high Denver?

Do I want my old QB in Pittsburgh or do I want to see another champion QB for the Steelers?

Can QB's build & sustain brand loyalty today through #NewMedia?

Roethlisberger responded Friday on WDVE-FM.
"First of all, how does anybody know what I'm doing at home, when I'm watching film or I'm looking through my playbook at home, unless someone's got cameras set up in my house and they're spying on me?" Roethlisberger said. "But then they'd see the truth that I am doing that stuff."

Bill Clinton says we should be able to keep our old health care plans.

                                     Bill Clinton: Let consumers keep existing health coverage

Obama Says If You Like Your Plan, You Can Keep It. For Real This Time

Admitting that "the roll-out has been rough so far," President Obama on Thursday morning announced that his administration is giving insurance companies a one-year grace period on cancelling policies. As for Healthcare.gov? It won't be perfect on December 1, either. "Buying health insurance is never going to be like buying a song on iTunes."


Old Perspectives,
Old Perception,
Old Media

the old media propaganda in bed with old political agendas


i'm curious if had sponsorship when used to explain new rules of recreational marijuana use in the state
Seattle Police Dept. @SeattlePD       
The answer is no. We used funding to purchase the 1000 bags of from

#NewMediaMatters: an everydayart

Thank you for answer! Brilliant planning & PR! Wonder what PR guru thinks?

Old Media

Old media’s painful lesson: digital consumers are the new masters

The recession has rocked the traditional media ivory towers and, even though internationally advertising is showing signs of a return to growth, the traditional pillars of media are now at the mercy of a potent new force: the digitally empowered consumer.

But sometimes old media is cool ...

There's nothing like listening to the needle scratch of an album being played on a turn table


Remi Spencer @RemiSpencer 7 Nov
Great to see the beautiful yesterday at

Remi Spencer @RemiSpencer 6 Nov
I'm going to be on "Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld" on FNC tonight!
Best of the Roses,
john alan conte jr.
the new everyday media

BIGnewEdayMedia coming soon to mystrawhat.com (featuring original poetry & top hottest of new everyday media 2014)