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Monthly Archives: August 2018
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Don’t Move Abroad For The Cheap Beer

Came an email from an aspiring skirt-chaser and pivo-chugger: “I dream of being in Eastern Europe one day with those naturally beautiful girls and tasty, cheap beer. Thank you for all the content, I certainly appreciate it. It would be great if you could tweet about how you learned copy-writing, the process etc. I’m about […]

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Little (Brown) Brothers

A reader wrote a fantastic response to my recent email about “American privilege” and my checked bag issue with an Eastern European airline. He’s actually been a guest on DANET, and as an immigrant in America, has some great insights into how the world really works. Take it away, my friend… It’s interesting to see […]

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Why Does a Checked Bag Have to Be So Difficult?

A recent true story out of Yours Troubly’s life in Eastern Europe… When trying to purchase a bag for my recent trip to Ukraine, the airline I was flying on wouldn’t let me purchase a bag online (I booked through my credit card and the bag wasn’t included). One would think, in 2018, that it […]

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Introducing “The Daily Trouble”

After much debate, I’ve decided to rename Troublesome Radio as “The Daily Trouble” and begin doing podcasts on a daily (Monday-Friday) basis. I’ve had so much success from blogging daily, and doing daily emails, that I just can’t help but think this is the best thing to really blow my podcast up to the next […]

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The Microsoft Outlook Email of Death

Ding. A notification for Microsoft Outlook appears in your inbox. It’s the project “manager”, though manager is a strong word. More like professional butt-licker with an incredible ability to bend over whenever needed. In all seriousness though (for those of you still left), project managers are everyone’s worst nightmare in the corporate environment. They’re constantly […]

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