Wed.Sep 26, 2018

"A Million Little Things" - Insult to Human Suffering, Especially Pain of Suicide Survivors

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In 1983, the beginning of the yuppie ethos, the movie "The Big Chill" explored that new world through the suicide meme. Former college friends take time from their professional preoccupations to bear witness to the one of them who offed himself. At the time, the formula worked.

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Selling - It's about Results, Not Information, Now How Smart You Are

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The glut of just about everything has thrown many otherwise savvy sellers off their games.    In all mediums - digital, print, video, in-person - they are putting out there information and, yes, evidence of how smart they are.

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Trending Sources

We Have It: Christine Ford's Prepared Statement

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

At age 15, Christine Blasey Ford did not tell her parents about a sexual assault she alleges took place by a Georgetown Prep Boy. His name it turns out to be is Brett Kavanaugh. During the attack, his friend Mark Judge looked on, both egging Kavanaugh on and then warning him to back off. 

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He Came Undone: Cockroach Power in the Nomination of Brett Kavanaugh

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Urban dwellers know and fear one thing: Once a cockroach or two can be spotted, they can assume there will be more. Even if they are hyper clean, usually they can't halt the internal menace without calling in professional help. That would be an exterminator.

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Afghanistan's DC Embassy Represented by BigLaw Firm DLA Piper

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

"Afghanistan has brought on DLA Piper to handle its communications with US government officials as president Trump has famously expressed his desire to 'Get the Hell out of Afghanistan.'"  '"  - Kevin McCauley, Odwyerpr.com, September 26, 2018.

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Julie Swetnick - (probably) Lots of Punch-Bowl Skits on Late Night Shows

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The day before the career-make-it-or-break-it Senate hearing for Brett Kavanaugh, there is the biggest disclosure bombshell of all. It comes from Julie Swetnick. She knew Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge from high school days (1981-82).

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So Mid 20th Century: Character

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

In her popular career column on Law.com , Vivia Chen introduces the issue of character. She wonders if women who support Brett Kavanaugh reflect on his character. In her tearful affirmation on television for her husband, Ashley Kavanaugh proclaimed that she believed in her husband's character.

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