Blog on the Run: Reloaded

Greatest Hits

In honor of this blog’s 10th birthday …

The Susan G. Komen Bottom Line: Going Into a Marketing Textbook, and Not in a Good Way, Feb. 12, 2012

Why Anti-Government Conservatives Need to Be Parachuted into More Business-Friendly Environments, Oct. 19, 2011.

A Thought from God on the 20th Anniversary of the Deadly Chicken-Plant Fire in Hamlet, N.C., Sept. 3, 2011.

TSA: Keeping America Safe from Menstruating Women and Incontinent Senior Citizens, Nov. 23, 2010

The Williams/Olbermann Rule, Nov. 7, 2010

Remembering What We Lost on 9/11 — and What We Threw Away Thereafter, Sept. 11, 2010

An Open Letter to My Federal Elected Officials, June 8, 2010.

Irredeemable; or, What’s the Recourse If You Make a Mistake?, Sept. 2, 2009

Pilgrim’s Patriot’s Progress, Aug. 23, 2006

Challenger, Jan. 28, 2006

Rough Men, Aug. 22, 2005.

Coercion … or Torture?, Oct. 10, 2003

Victoria and the Stars, March 20, 2003

3 Comments »

  1. [...] mark the occasion, I’ve created a Greatest Hits page, stuff that I think has held up well and/or that I’m particularly proud of. It’s a [...]

    Pingback by A decade of candles and fireworks « Blog on the Run: Reloaded — Thursday, April 26, 2012 5:37 am @ 5:37 am | Reply

  2. Per your most recent top 10. Today’s Winston-Salem Journal has this story about the HUGE decline in fundraising for the local Komen affiliate: http://www2.journalnow.com/news/2012/apr/25/3/local-komen-saddled-by-national-organization-strug-ar-2207192

    Comment by Jon Lowder — Thursday, April 26, 2012 9:51 am @ 9:51 am | Reply

  3. I’m sorry for the local affiliate’s problems. (A college classmate of mine runs the Triangle chapter, and she’s a cancer survivor herself.) But I’ve got nothing but contempt for the national organization. They lied serially, committing the kind of breach of trust that no nonprofit should survive. They failed to realize, among many other things, that 1) people don’t like being treated like they’re stupid, and 2) there are plenty of other cancer charities to which people can give money.

    Comment by Lex — Thursday, April 26, 2012 10:51 am @ 10:51 am | Reply


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