Opinion editorials on advertising and business

A few days ago the above tweet from Bette Midler got some attention. She's one more in a series of prominent and once best-selling musicians who are displaying how their royalties have shrunk to laughable rates thanks to music streaming services.

Source: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Hydrogen_Iodide"> Hydrogen Iodide </a> Wikimedia Commons

In Los Angeles nowhere is decay more evident than in the infrastructure. Constant "carmageddon" construction projects show very little in improvement; they're not meant to. They're only small bandages, a half-assed, albeit costly cosmetic touch-up ignoring a much larger problem.

Gotcha.

It’s not one of those listcicle articles. I’m fed up with this kind of wisdom-on-a–paper-napkin crap. You kids need real sustenance, not advertising applesauce. You're gonna chew, and you're gonna like it.

If I had a nickel for every article with titles like the one above that I've seen posted recently by friends and strangers alike on various social media channels, I'd have enough to make up for the raises I didn't get in my past jobs.

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