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TFG Unbuttoned: Putin and his Puffer

03.29.22 | Comrade Vlad has a penchant for fancy Italian duds. At a recent unity rally, Putin was spied wearing a Loro Piana Puffer Coat that will set you back $14,000. Add this to his suits and watches costing in the hundreds of thousand dollars and we cannot help to think of the good old days when Raisa Gorbachev shopped Madison Avenue for sensible slingbacks with her Amex Card! Also, an Applebee’s Exec is in hot water for an email where he celebrated the economic downturn because it would force people back to taking low paying jobs. Finally, global fugitive and Asian Gatsby, Jho Low, blows close to $2 million in 90 minutes while in Vegas.

Hiring secrets from Apple

03.23.22 | Shop Talk reveals the 3 E’s that Apple deploys when hiring. Caught My Eye includes a store in Chicago selling LEGO like Zelensky figures with Molotov cocktails. Also, “The Price is Right” celebrated their 50th Anniversary last month and kicked off the celebration by giving away 12 cars on the first show! Bette Nesmith Graham is our Business Birthday. She was the inventor of Liquid Paper and the mother to Michael Nesmith of The Monkees.

TFG Unbuttoned: Cher Shares

03.22.22 | A North Carolina shelter received a middle-aged dog dropped off by heartless owners because they thought Fezco was gay. The mixed-breed pup would occasionally show dominance by mounting other dogs—ordinary behavior, the dog is not gay. Let’s hope Fezco lands in a much better home from whence he came. Then, inflation is shrinking everything from your wallet to toilet paper. Inflation is not our friend. Finally, global Super Star Cher has offered to house refugees from Ukraine and has challenged others like her to do the same. Imagine living with Cher and asking her where she put the remote!

Advice from Dolly Parton

03.16.22 | Shop Talk shares sage advice from Dolly Parton handed down from her Mom. Caught My Eye includes the first condom approved by the FDA for backdoor use and a must-see documentary, AudibleMarjorie Merriweather Post is our Business Birthday. She was the wealthiest woman in the world when she took over the family company that became General Foods. She also liked all things Russian and frat boys.

TFG Unbuttoned: Corn Pops are dead

03.15.22 | Queen Elizabeth left Buckingham Palace and will likely never sleep there again. She is staying put and working remotely about 20 miles west in Windsor. Kellogg’s Corn Pops have joined the list of brands that have left us. It might be the price of corn or the embalming fluid. You decide, but apparently $74 million in profit was not enough for some large holding companies. (We would not leave that on the table.) Finally, Disney is coming under fire for not being more vocal regarding the “Don’t Say Gay” legislation recently passed in Florida and expected to become law this July.

Invisible Work

03.09.22 | Shop Talk explores the importance of “invisible work” and the concept of getting out from behind the desk. Caught My Eye covers a story about stolen human heads in Denver and a caffeine overdose death in England. Jimmy Haslam, leader of the Pilot Corp that runs the Flying J Truckstop chain is our Business Birthday. He celebrates 68 today, March 9th.

TFG Unbuttoned: Blue Monday

03.08.22 | Don’t pour out your Stoli Vodka in protest of Putin! Stolichnaya left Russia in the early 2000’s and is made in Latvia under Dutch ownership. Owner Yuri Shefler left Russia in 2000 and took Stoli with him due to Putin and his views, and has now decided to drop the name Stolichnaya and has rebranded the vodka as Stoli. Cheers! Then many are calling for a boycott of Coke and other companies such as McDonald’s and Pepsi for not cutting ties with Russia. Finally, that twist tie or plastic tag on your bread or rolls, can tell you how fresh your loaf is. Each day has a different color, and a smart consumer will know what color tag they should buy that day to get the freshest product.

The Little Prince key to success

03.02.22 | Shop talk introduces a man who attributes his business success to the children’s book, “The Little Prince.” Caught My Eye covers a story about how our brains may give us a “best of life memories” when we die. Also, the HRC releases the Reality Flag, and we like it. Desi Arnaz, co-founder of Desilu Productions and the driving force behind I Love Lucy, is our Business Birthday.

TFG Unbuttoned: Don Lemon’s Day in Court

03.01.22 | The CNN out and proud evening anchor has been accused of assault and battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The defendant, Dustin Hice, claims Lemon fondled his genitals and then put his finger under Hice’s nose and made a derogatory comment. Hice is traumatized, yet he apparently has done the exact same thing to a kid in high school and Lemon is calling him as a witness against Hice. The jury trial is scheduled for June. Also, the Supreme Court will take up religious freedom versus free speech and a gay man must tell Mom that Grindr is not used for ordering grinders, subs, or hoagies.

Key Lime Ice Cream and Frozen Unit

02.23.22 | Shop Talk revisits John and Bob’s trip to coastal Delaware where we talk about ice cream and Delaware black license plates. Daymond John is 53 today and he is our Business Birthday. Daymond is the founder of FUBU and one of the stars of Shark Tank. Caught My Eye explores a new museum about the vagina outside of London and an Olympian with Polar Penis.

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