We had a very busy week last week. I got to write FAQ questions and auto response emails for a huge client, not to mention all the work I’m putting into the World Cup. I mean, I’m forced to watch all these crazy sweet World Cup games so I can keep up with writing the World Cup blog.
The idea behind the World Cup blog is cool. Since we have offices in the US and offices in Argentina we have quite the rivalry between employees. The World Cup blog gives us the opportunity to give you our agency’s feedback and reactions to our team’s games, crazy goals and the occasional keeper slip up. Another cool feature of our blog is any news or complaints about the vuvuzela horns that ESPN and ABC are making a huge deal about will not be read in our World Cup blog. I mean we’re so anti anti-vuvuzela that one of the World Cup blog logos we created has vuvuzelas in it.
Besides the busy work week I was also busy moving. I’m very happy to say that I am out of my jail cell apartment and into a much nicer place. The move didn’t come without some major hassles, though. I got everything loaded into my car and made my way to the new place.
As I get within two blocks of my place I realize I don’t have any groceries, luckily, just as I realize I won’t have any food to eat I see a grocery store. The store is on the left hand side of the road, and since Florida loves making you do U turns instead of being able to make a left turn, I had to go up to an intersection and take a U-ey. Sadly, I drastically underestimated the U turn, probably because all the stuff in my car blocking my vision, and I crushed my passenger side tire into the curb! Causing a blow out, which in turn, caused the pedestrians at the intersection to point and laugh at me (insert sad smiley face here). (more…)