Rating Pickup Artists

Getting Chicks and Keeping Chicks are two entirely different disciplines.

It’s become a trend on YouTube to have people “debate” each other on a livestream, except the people they get to talk to each other aren’t intelligent enough to create compelling content.

Having said that, they stumble across interesting topics that they don’t properly flesh out.

I just watched this chick try to low-rate this self-proclaimed pickup artist for not having a girlfriend. Continue reading “Rating Pickup Artists”

Restructuring My Career

Once I worked for a video editing house, my plan was to become a freelance video editor… Or maybe it wasn’t. o_O

Photo: Marcus Lemonis, Bre Pettis, Bill Cammack.

Everyone who has been reading along knows I’ve seen every episode of The Profit.

I like the style Marcus Lemonis uses to involve himself with companies.

In an early episode, he told the wine people something to the effect of he isn’t a consultant and that he doesn’t help companies he has no ownership in.

That may even have been in the first season. I immediately thought about what it is that I do and what makes it different from what he does.

As a freelance video editor, I *am* a consultant or a mercenary or however you’d like to consider it.

People have a need they can’t fulfill via the staff they currently have, so they contact a freelancer to do the work and then disappear.

This is great for everyone involved, because the freelancer doesn’t have to go to work at somebody’s office every day, and the client doesn’t have to pay for days when the freelancer isn’t working. Continue reading “Restructuring My Career”

Politics Without Personality

Your time will be better spent making yourself the person you claim to be instead of claiming to be the person you will never be.

As you’re aware, I was studying losers last year -> BillCammack.com/tag/loser-society/.

That’s over now, but I wanted to discuss a situation where I feel that people are damaging themselves under the guise of affirming their beliefs. Continue reading “Politics Without Personality”

“King’s War” Commentary

A highly-fictionalized account of the fall of the Qin dynasty and the founding of the Han dynasty.

ok.. I just watched this insanely-long television series called “King’s War” or “Legend of Chu and Han”.

ChuHan.173.com

netflix.com/title/80160391

I’m sure it’s **EXTREMELY** fictionalized, 😀 but it explains the fall of the Qin dynasty and the founding of the Han dynasty.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chu–Han_Contention

The budget for this thing had to be a gazillion dollars because there are 80 episodes that are 45 minutes each, which makes sense for a television show because that’s an hour minus commercials.

Basically, the point they were making is that people can’t get along. 😀 Continue reading ““King’s War” Commentary”