Friday, January 11, 2013
"What e're thou art, act well thy part."
This post makes me think of the over-used quote, "Life is like a box of chocolates - you never know when you are going to get one of those nasty fruit creme ones."
In my continuing effort to reenforce that I do not actually have a Master Plan for my blog, I will share a video I found with you. It is certainly not from LDS.org, nor is it of any value from an intellectual, or spiritual standpoint. In fact, it might cause some of you nightmares and headaches. (This video can also serve as a filter: If you do not find it interesting, it is probably time to fill out the AARP application they keep sending you.)
I will resist my normal tendency to use this video as a teaching moment, because there are lessons to be learned, such as: This video exemplifies someone who has a strong work ethic and is able to develop a noteworthy skill-set for even the most menial of tasks.
I present to you: The sign flipper guy, named "flipper j" and some dancer called "Nonstop." If you are one of my elder readers, I apologize. However, if you have chosen sign flipping as a vocation, then I would encourage you to keep improving your skills.