My first Facebook Live on my Facebook page. I would like to do this more often, maybe once or twice a month. If you were part of this video, or would like to see more of these, please let me know. Thanks for all the support!
For a year, or more, I have been talking about going to Ecuador. I have been involved in a few movies and one thing I have learned is often it takes much longer to get started on the movie than it does to actually produce it. Well, the time is drawing closer and there's a good chance I'll be going there in the next month or two (or three). Below is a short video I made telling those involved why I wanted to go to Ecuador and why I wanted to learn to surf.
It's been nearly a month since we returned to Bangkok. Total flight time from New York to Guangzhou to Bangkok was 26 hours including the layover. Part of me is happy to be back, another part misses the United States. Like I always say, I am an American and first and foremost will always be an American.
Two videos this week. The first comes from two emails sent to me by the same person. The guy wanted to tell me what happened to him in two separate situations, but frankly, I think he handled both situations poorly, wasting time and leaving frustrated and irritated at Thai people.
The second video was sent to my by a blind man who has decided to fly to Bangkok to meet a blind Thai woman he has been conversing with online. To compound the situation, he is an African-American man who by his own admission has let his heart govern in past relationships.
The first day of the new Customer Happiness Program at Fresh Mart in The Mall Bangkapi, whatever that is supposed to mean. One minute I'm standing there, the next every female member of the staff is dancing to the music. All I could say is "What the f**K?" It was a complete surprise and for a few minutes at least, it definitely cheered the place up. I'm not certain if this is a new policy at all the Fresh Mart's in Bangkok, but at The Mall Bangkapi, the staff is supposed to dance every day at 2PM and 5PM. It's worth a few minutes in the grocery just to see which ones can dance and which can't.
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