The many moods of Tuesday!
On May 1, 1931, President Herbert Hoover officially dedicated New York City’s Empire State Building. At that time, it was the world’s tallest building. From the White House he pressed a button to turn on all the building’s lights. What a great idea. But wait, much like ordering ginsu carving knives, there’s more!
Hoover’s gesture, of course, was symbolic. (That’s code for “false advertising”) While the president was supposedly turning on the lights from Washington, D.C., someone else flicked the real light switches on in New York. Something about that cracks me up. I think it’s called politics.
And just as a throw-in for today’s blog, I wanted to make sure that you saw our April newsletter. Just in case you didn’t… here it is.
And for pic o’ day, some advice from Dr. Phil!