Archives for November 30, 2009

{Rules of PR no.31} Speak Up Tiger Woods, Stop Feeding Frenzy!

Image via Getty.

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UPDATE:
This post has been updated since it was originally written. Updates including Tiger Woods ‘statement’ are below original writings.
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ThanksWOODSing.

Eh, maybe not.

But anyway, Thanksgiving 2009 will be remembered as that special time you shared with your loved ones… and also that special time in which one of the world’s most famous athletes had a tremendous fender-bender.

His public relations people must be working overtime. I do hope they are getting paid handsomely for this because I foresee this “mere,” not so “serious” accident blowing up in someone’s face soon.

Reports surfaced early Friday morning, November 27, around 2:25 a.m. ET that golfer and top international athlete, Tiger Woods, was involved in a “serious” accident. It was reported that he had cuts on his face and he was going in and out of consciousness.

Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) is required to report [Read more…]

Music Monday – A Winter Symphony

She’s my favourite musical artist ever, the original Christine in the West End production of Phantom of the Opera, the world’s best-selling soprano of all time and according to the RIAA she is the best-selling, female classical artist of the 21st-century!

Oh, how I want her wardrobe on top of all of that. Goodness! … I dieeee!

She is the illustriously and amazing [Read more…]

Open Letter to Miami-Dade Police Department: This is UNACCEPTABLE!

Image via Flickr user code20photog.

*** Author’s Note: Hi everyone, I have a little story to share with you. It’s about something that happened to me and I don’t want to make a big deal out of it or prolong it into an event of any kind. But I felt the need to share it with you and educate you about why harassment is NOT okay. You can find suggestions/links/resources towards the end of this post.

I hope you find this post educational and do not take it as a form of “cop bashing,” for I assure you it is anything but that.***

On Saturday night, I was driving home by myself after I had spent the afternoon and early evening down the street watching the Florida Gators game with a few friends.

Traveling in the slow/right lane, I went under the overpass of the 826 highway and I passed a shopping plaza on the right hand side of 67th Avenue that contained a Marathon Gas Station.

The light was green and it was just another semi-busy evening in my neighbourhood [Read more…]