NOTICE: Of necessity this column will contain a word that violates my normal PG rating for articles.
As the evidence mounts that Trump knew of the coming coronavirus pandemic at least as early as January of this year yet chose to ignore it the irony that one of the hardest hit industries to date is the restaurant industry, considering that Trump ignored one of its guiding principles: The 6 P’s – Prior Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance, is striking. Let’s explore. Continue reading 6 P’s With A Side Of Irony
Please note that this article will contain at least one word that violates my self-imposed PG rating. It is necessary to convey a point and lesson.
Somewhere in the cobwebs of my mind I remember writing a previous article where I used the restaurant industry’s 6 P’s as a guiding principle. Again that is the central lesson of today’s article. Instead of evaluating whether someone was fit to manage a restaurant I am evaluating the fitness of Donald Trump to manage America. Spoiler alert: he fails miserably! Let’s explore. Continue reading 6 P’s Redo
The best news to come out of last week for President Trump was an absolute failure; trust me it actually got worse from there. Let’s explore. Continue reading Zero And A Third
WARNING: The next paragraph uses one of the late comic genius George Carlin’s 7 dirty words. I don’t think I stepped outside my PG rating but a few might disagree.
A song of my late teens and an adage I picked up as a young adult sum up how I feel on this Tuesday morning as I commence this article. President Trump deplaned in Hanoi about an hour ago and Michael Cohen is about to start his three consecutive days of Congressional testimony. The song is Carly Simon’s 1971 hit Anticipation and the expression is the restaurant industry’s 6 P’s: Prior Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance. Let’s explore. Continue reading Carly And The 6 P’s