If you know me, you know my thoughts on higher education. If you don’t know me, here’s my most important thought on higher education.
Higher education isn’t good enough. Demand the best. The LanceLife Comprehensive Total Life System is the highest education.
And you know what gang, I find Washington State University at Vancouver also provides the highest education, so much so that I’ll be providing the key note address at the monthly WSU Vancouver faculty and staff professional development meeting at 8:00AM, right in the heart of campus.
I’d ask you to join me, but this event is for WSU educators only. If you’d like to join me next week, you can do so at Fly Ass Jokes at The Brody Theater April 18 at 9:30 PM.
Regardless of your location and local weather, it’s going to be a beautiful weekend for hitting the links, so here’s the Print ‘n Putt version of my most successful brochure Golf Tips by Lance Banks.
The show is the comedy brain child of Wallace Fessler (Banks), along with co-conspirators Joshua Fisher, Scott Rogers and Jimmy Newstetter of ALL CAPS Comedy (seen earlier this week at the Fertile …
I normally don’t post reviews of myself because I’m always busy viewing and reviewing my successes. Now you can too!
TWO NIGHTS ONLY!
In his latest presentation “Live your future, today!”, Lance Banks has boiled the whole of human existence; the past, the present, the future, the future’s future, and music into the densest sixty minutes of learning and empowerment in history. Lance will show you how to present your present with the present of success by analyzing your past through the lens of the future.
Lance Banks has helped millions worldwide learn to shed the old and inferior and replace it with the new and improved. Don’t doom yourself to repeating the past over and over again. Join The LanceLife Comprehensive Total Life System for this once in a lifetime opportunity to be the “you” you’ve always dreamed you could be, by living your future today.
January 30/31 8pm at the Jack London Bar, 529 SW 4th Ave
Tickets now available at: www.boxofficetickets.com/go/event?id=252515
Presented as a part of the Fertile Ground Festival.
As you’ve probably heard by now, Egyptians are enjoying snow in Cairo for the first time in a century, and I think you’ll agree that it makes for some rather striking photos.
I just want to say though, that it’s not about climate change or research programs designed to weaponize the weather; it’s about saying “aywa” to the opportunity, saying “aywa”to the possibility and saying “aywa” to the likelihood of having a white Christmas…in a land in which you might be marginalized…for being in the Coptic minority…which I think is still in syndication on FOX. Make sense? Yes. Because it does.
Say “awya,” and have happy jollydays, friends!