Friday, May 3, 2013


One of my buddies endorsed me on LinkedIn lately, and that was nice.  Thanks!

But it was also funny because I haven't seen the guy in almost twenty years, and I think that the last time I did see him, we argued.  Which doesn't mean that I don't think we're friends, or that I have bad memories or anything like that.  On the contrary, had I known it was gonna be, like, two decades... I probably would've tried to make sure we didn't part on mediocre terms.  'Cause he's a good guy--at least as I remember it.

And although it has taken me four days, I've finally endorsed him back.  Frankly, that seems like the least that I can do.

So then LinkedIn asks me if I want to endorse anybody else.

Do I?  Shit yeah!  Of course I do!

So, bottom line, I endorsed pretty much everybody for everything until I ran out of time, and I'm telling you right now that if you want me to endorse you, I will totally do it.  Odds are that we haven't seen each other since we were cadets--or maybe since we were in high school--but why worry?  I want to endorse you.



  1. The only problem is, how relevant is all that? I've had my LinkedIn account for a few years now, and I haven't seen anything practical come from it.

  2. It's not relevant at all. That's what's so awesome about it!