It’s “all about we?” Really? At least place “we” in quotes. We will assume that Listerhill wants its customers to have jobs, and we can assure you they won’t have the best ones if they speak that way.
And your advertising man? Even if he should be a good friend of ours, and we have no idea who he is, that is a horrible slogan. So here’s the term for today:
Idiot Savant: a person who is considered to be mentally handicapped but displays brilliance in a specific area, especially one involving memory.
We know some who qualify for this. They have a great aptitude for their jobs, but they don’t want to improve their lives in other says. Well, we have news: It doesn’t work that way. Strive to do better. You can be better, so why don’t you want to?
A friend of ours sent us word about a man who once committed several serious crimes. We have no problem placing that in the man’s past. Yet our message to him, should he be reading and we doubt that he is, is that he can still be a better father. We’re not sure how many kids he does have, somewhere between three and five we understand. So one of your sons is a total jackass? Help him! Don’t be out gallivanting; isn’t that what caused many of your marriage/family problems to start with?
We’ll continue this in the next few days for the woman who’s been seen on FB saying it doesn’t matter what you’ve done in your past. We have news, it does…
Hey, who can tell us Conan O’Brien’s early 90s quote about Scotty Pippin? It’s a hoot!