Here’s my newest sample for my portfolio of my Photoshop skills, designed to brighten up my office where I currently market solar energy for Sunrun. I’ve got another one coming out for Passover in my next blog post.
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Since I’m Jewish, when I was a child, my parents told me Santa was fake. I went to school and told all the other kids he was fake too! Boy was I on the naughty list after that! I had to go to the principal’s office and he met with my parents. The principal told me that even if he wasn’t real, it’s not nice to tell the other kids. I cried and apologized, but now I can’t help telling the truth and these pictures of multiple Santas in an Ocean Beach bar prove it.
After a romantic walk on the Photoshop enhanced beach in La Jolla, I had to go to the local Ralph’s grocery store. This sweet couple in the top picture was guarding the bathroom on Valentines Day. Note the other couples in candlelight on the beach at sunset.
Welcome back from the Mayan scam. After that Harold Camping fiasco last year, I’m cynical about end of the world predictions. “Wired” magazine takes credit for this headline. They knew that December 21st was not the end and wrote an article with that title explaining why. Very fascinating. Yet global climate change is still with us. Random disasters like hurricane Sandy and extreme weather seasons may become the norm. There’s dangerous methane in the ice melting at the North Pole. Wackos are shooting people everywhere. And who knows what the Hadron Collider and mobile devices will do to us in the long run? But the world still has good in it. People are living longer. Most media is free to obtain or create. I now work for a solar energy company. Obama was reelected even though the fiscal cliff still looms.
Next thing “Wired” magazine tells us is that robots will be coming into our lives. They’ll be taking over our jobs and we’ll be glad they did. Even if our jobs are fun like musician or web designer, because we’ll invent new jobs that and we’ll continually turn these over to robots and keep inventing better jobs and evolving. Wired was right about the Mayan apocalypse and may be right about robots but with all the new mobile technology these days, shouldn’t they call themselves “Wireless” and not “Wired”? I also wonder why they are still available as a paper magazine and not just in e form. Hmmm. I’ll just have to be satisfied with this rainbow reminding me from Noah’s Ark that God will never destroy the earth again.