Posts:July 2010, Global Experiences

"Get Your Fat, F***ing Ass Out of the Way!" Really?

by Geoffrey Rowan| July 7, 2010

Strolling through Central Park on one of those pristine spring days – sharp blue skies, riotous beds of tulips and a giggling, noshing tapestry of humanity spread out over the lawns and sun-warmed granite outcroppings – it’s hard for even the most curmudgeonly misanthrope not to feel that maybe the world doesn’t entirely suck. But before […]

Smile, Camera, Action!!

by Jon Higgins| July 7, 2010

With apologies to Bogey, of all the motorbikes in all of Ho Chi Minh City (4.1 million and counting), this one had to run in to me.   It wasn’t the impact. No, it was the speedy exit with my camera that really hurt.   A Monday morning agency meeting this week meant that I […]

Tea Time?

by Jon Higgins| July 2, 2010

I’m probably not the first to declare the world is divided into two camps – coffee drinkers and the tea sippers. My wife is the latter. I am the former. Coffee, to me, isn’t about taste – it is purely a functional duty. Bracing, bolted down, badda boom and bang – out the door, on with […]