Jack White recently started his first hiatus from the road in a very long time. Perhaps he’s bored already, having spent time crafting a lengthy response to TIDAL critics two days ago. Now, he’s released a poem defending the “sanctity of music.”To his defense, it does genuinely seem to be an artistic endeavor, despite the Third Man Records’ site posting a statement clarifying that the poem was not at all related to the TIDAL service. Though we’re sure the value of music is on White’s mind, all things considered.Read the poem below:Music is Sacredthose of you who stand for the sanctity of musicso that its soul can breatheand be heardso that it blooms in graveyardsechoes in hotel hallwaysawakens neighbors in the nightand fills peoples minds with fireshout it out loud with whatever microphone you haveor these stones will shout for you.jump in front of demons,and stand over cowards and those who would intendto rip out your lungs and dampen your desiretell the living and the deadwhat you know in your heart to be trueand what you know your earswill forever hearthat the melody of the human raceis a song that never ends.music is sacred.jack whiteIII
Share this post 662 posts 381 posts Sports Logos Sports Logo News Fred T. Jane Prev Share on other sites Share this post 1,816 3 Share on other sites Posted August 14, 2006 Members Recommended Posts Page 1 of 3 VandyDelphia Mike Link to post 16,001 oldschoolvikings 7,537 posts 6,320 posts 4,065 posts Captain Apollo Sign in to follow this Posted August 14, 2006 Link to post 0 1,816 Share this post Followers 0 6 MJWalker45 Survival79 12 Grand Pooba of Walksylvania Location:City of Champions and the Pirates Edited August 14, 2006 by VandyDelphia Mike 33,394 posts 0 Posted August 13, 2006 Share on other sites 29 Posted August 14, 2006 Share this post MJWalker45 Link to post By oldschoolvikings, August 13, 2006 in Sports Logo News mightynine Share this post 12,787 posts 0 1 Captain Apollo 4 Members 108 posts Forums Home 5,159 hormone Sodboy13 hormone 723 posts Followers 0 Is it to commemorate something or is it something like the Steelers/Jets do? It’s a nice logo, but if it’s like the Steelers/Jets for just extra logo space, it’s a little too much. 557 Members 5,027 Posted August 14, 2006 Forums Home 0 Share on other sites 6 Share on other sites Phoenix is a bangwagon town 22 120 BlueSky Posted August 14, 2006 OMMF Operator, number, please; it’s been so many years Was I supposed to stay uncool, please remind me DG_ThenNowForever 13,833 Share this post StoneRaizer Share this post Location:Havertown, PA Share on other sites Share on other sites 29 I couldn’t think of anything clever… Link to post Location:detroit Saint’s new jersey patch 2 Here’s a close up of the patch they were wearing. Since this logo (with Saints in it) isn’t in their offical logo guide, I wonder what the purpose of it is. Posted August 14, 2006 (edited) 5,159 2,894 posts Unless this patch commerated something, they need to toss it. more likely it is Tom Benson kissing up to Louisiana for talking of moving the team last year. With logos on the sleeve, their is no reason to add it to the chest. 2,922 posts 5,027 422 Share this post One for the record books. 422 Share on other sites The state of Louisiana apologizes for looking like a foot… No we don’t. You need to take it up with John Quincy Adams and Thomas Jefferson (Who set up the boundaries for the state).Of course, being of the geographically-inclined ilk, I still want to know how inebriated you have to be to design that logo, as to say it has a passing resemblance to the state is an insilt to passing resemblances. Though, amusingly enough, the placement of the star puts New Orleans somewhere on the edge of Barataria Bay. Perhaps the coastal erosion folks were onto something… Favourite Logos:70s/80s Phillies, Swingin’ Friar, Tulane angry wave, 76ers Ben Franklin dribbling, 80s Milwaukee Bucks, Detroit Tigers D, UNC Tarred Heel, Gritty Share on other sites Members fonz Members Posted August 14, 2006 Share this post God, those old Rams uniforms look good. Growing up, I always thought they had the best uniforms in the NFL. It looks good, but reminds me of a foot. The state of Louisiana apologizes for looking like a foot… Location:Georgia Share on other sites MrAsterisk 13,833 Members Members 0 buckeyes Posted August 13, 2006 Posted August 13, 2006 Link to post 0 Share this post Link to post 6 Share on other sites 0 Go To Topic Listing Someday… Link to post Share this post Link to post 12 Man, looking at buckeyes’s Paint rendition of the patch, and then looking back up at the actual patch – that patch does a major disservice to the geography of Louisiana. It looks like Louisiana as hand-rendered in colored pencil for a 6th-grade geography class. Fix that! Link to post I was at the game last night and will post pics soon. I was surprised to see them resurrect the old state-shaped logo, which I always hated. If they decided on a patch, why not a newly-designed one for Katrina or whatever? Well, probably because Tom Benson’s cheap.Anyway, Bush just looked electric out there. Brees was tentative but that’s to be expected. Deuce looked very thin, more like his first year or two in the league when he was tearing off 60 and 70 yard runs. Seemed like he bulked up the last couple of years and wasn’t as fast.As stated previously, pics soon. Link to post 2 Members 22 Saint’s new jersey patch 0 Members Link to post Posted August 14, 2006 Members Posted August 14, 2006 I don’t know what looks better – the logo patch or the guy wearing it. The Saints had a Louisiana-shaped patch on the shoulders in the 80’s.They also had it on the pants: Members Members Posted August 13, 2006 2 Share this post 0 557 posts Share on other sites Members 120 Location:Latitude 47° 0 Location:Chicago, IL, USA 2,008 posts Don’t take any wooden nickels. gbasalmon Share on other sites Link to post I have always loved that logo. Great addition as a jersey patch. If they start selling those, I might just have to pick one up. 423 5,027 Location:Seattle Posted August 14, 2006 mightynine 0 11,800 posts Link to post buckeyes 423 600 posts 2 Sports Logos Bow before my superior smartitude! Share this post I don’t know. Looks great though, huh? Share this post 0 423 Share this post 0 Seems like someone forgot a little thing called Lake Ponchatrain 0 0 MrAsterisk Share this post Share this post 0 Posted August 14, 2006 0 3 888 Sodboy13 16,001 Members 422 Share on other sites StoneRaizer Share on other sites DG_ThenNowForever 22,252 posts 557 Posted August 14, 2006 5,159 What’s the deal?Amybody got a good pic? 13,833 Looks nice, but I would have preferred it on the other side, following the contour of the neckline. 4 Members All Activity 0 Location:San Antonio, Texas gbasalmon 0 Sports Logo News Share on other sites 1,857 posts 557 888 Ya know these pages would load a lot faster if you guys would drop all your personal banners!”Oh I’m lookin’ right at you big daddy”! 4 0 Location:Cornwall/Kingston, Ontario Members All Activity fonz OMMF 3 Members Members VandyDelphia Mike Share this post CCSLC Night Crew leader? CowboyKevin SportsLogos.Net CowboyKevin Posted August 14, 2006 Multiple decades of nerding out to sports logos! 0 Link to post 3 It looks good, but reminds me of a foot. Saint’s new jersey patch Link to post Survival79 I think it clutters things up to put the patch on the left breast, when they just as easily could have swapped out the helmet logo on the sleeves and replaced it with the Louisiana patch.The Saints had a Louisiana-shaped patch on the sleeves* in the 80’s.I figured they went with this patch placement for 2006 for a couple of reasons.> The replicas are easier to re-create with the fleur-de-lis on the sleeves, as opposed to the Louisiana patch on the sleeves.> The breast placement is definitely more prominent, and perhaps a nod towards asserting that the Saints are indeed still Louisiana’s, flying in the face of all the moving rumors.*yep, saw where I goofed when Survival79 quoted me … paynomind 120 Location:Michigan Fred T. 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Posted August 14, 2006 22 Members 2,203 posts Share on other sites Members Share this post The complaint department is closed. made it in paint, i think this is what it looks like from what i saw in the picture Next Location:Effington 0 16,001 29 paynomind oldschoolvikings Link to post Share on other sites 0 660 posts Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish 0 Location:Franklin, St. Mary Parish, Louisiana Page 1 of 3 This topic is now closed to further replies. 19,561 posts 888 Share on other sites Link to post Posted August 13, 2006 0 Sign in to follow this whitedawg22 3
AROUND TOWNSturgill IISturgill Simpson is a pretty weird dude. But that’s kind of an obvious statement of fact for a guy whose debut album is called “Metamodern Sounds in Country Music.” Despite the atmospheric title, his music is surprisingly accessible, genuine and sits behind a classically deep, twangy country-accented voice. If you’re that friend who always has to find the best thing first, give him a shot and brag to your drinking pals how you’ve found the best buttery crooner since Ray Lamontagne. Shows at 8 p.m. Nov. 5 and 6 at The Ogden Theatre, 935 E. Colfax Ave., Denver. Tickets are $30. Visit ogdentheatre.com for tickets.Painting and Brews 4 p.m. Nov. 7, Coda Brewing Co., 2101 N. Ursula Ct. Tickets are $40 and include painting materials, instruction and one beer. Registration is required. More info on the Coda Brewing Co. Facebook page.As all viewers of the 2012 hypnotic documentary “Somm” know perhaps too well, people can make a living recommending what pairs exquisitely with a certain chardonnay or Shiraz. But tippling twosomes aren’t limited just to the fermented grape variety. This is Colorado, after all, and beer is sort of a big deal around here. And the best counterpart to a tall pint of hoppy bliss is not a naked hand or basket of salty treats, but a blank canvas. Creativity and libations have a storied history, one that has inexorably cemented the two together into an inseparable conglomerate – from Gaudí to van Gogh, many of the world’s best received a helping hand from a sip or two of naughty water. Thankfully, the masterminds at Coda Brewing Co. are offering up a chance for a lucky band of Aurora denizens to honor this storied tradition Sept. 8. More than just get you in the right place at the right time. they’ll hook you up with the materials and a complimentary pint of silly seltzer to make inspiration inevitable. No judgment if you’ve got more of a Jackson Pollack rather than a Monet at the end of the evening. Painted Picados by Tracy Weil 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Nov. 6, Weilworks Gallery, 3611 Chestnut Pl., Denver. More info at Weilworks.com.It’s time to flip the script on one of the Front Range’s most prolific artistic juggernauts. As founder of the River North Art District in Denver and now executive director of the Aurora Cultural Arts District, Tracy Weil has seen his share of other artist’s exhibits and galleries. But Weil is also an artist himself, and this Friday marks the unveiling of his newest series of works, a collection of painted picados inspired by the Mexican holiday of Día de los Muertos. Featuring plenty of iridescence and “The Nightmare Before Christmas” style calaveras, the works are a fun and festive investment in the season. Supporting local art is never regrettable, and when it is married to the art scene in both Denver and Aurora, it’s just that much better. ONSTAGESmoke 7:30 p.m. Nov. 5-7, The Vintage Theatre, 1468 Dayton St. General admission tickets start at $22, but will be $15 for the Nov. 5 performance. Call 720-583-3975 for or visit andtototoo.org for tickets.Whenever a show’s description includes a phrase like “a kink play party in New York City,” it tends to grab our attention. The And Toto too Theatre Company managed to do just that with a recent snippet regarding the troupe’s newest regional premier, “SMOKE” by Kim Davies. Starring James O’Hagan Murphy and newcomer Kate Poling, the show promises to be a steaming lesson in sex, suspense and the overall weirdness of just about every NYC-based relationship. Susan Lyles directs.My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding Final weekend. Curtains at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Soiled Dove Underground, 7401 E. 1st Avenue, Denver. Tickets start at $23. Call 303-830-9214 for more information.The mission of Theatre Or is to bring unusual productions to town, and they’re sticking to that goal by staging “My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding.” A musical coming-of-age tale, the show centers on a teenager and his mother, who comes out as gay late in life and does the whole new-identity, self-discovery thing. If for no other reason, the production should prove to be an interesting test for the Soiled Dove as it’s the venue’s first foray into the world of theater. Richard H. Pegg directs.“The 39 Steps” 7:30 p.m. Nov. 5 & 6 or 2 p.m. Nov. 7, Center Stage, 27608 Firewood Dr., Evergreen. Adult tickets are $20 and can be purchased by calling 303-674-4934 or visiting evergreenplayers.org.Horror with the twist of Mr. Bean. The beloved show, based on the book by John Buchan and the 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock, comes to Evergreen with a dash of Monty Python farce and more than a few layers of macabre courtesy of the Master of Suspense. Scott Ogle directs.
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Train your staff on how to respond to your customers.Invest in your social customer care team. Hire credible people and provide guidelines. Share reputation goals for your organization with your employees.Companies should share reputation goals with employees to turn them into ambassadors @andybeal #DSDET15— Amy Messano (@AmyMessano) September 23, 2015 Just because you can brag about it, doesn’t mean you should. In 2013, Emma Way tweeted about hitting a bicylist with her automobile and knocking him off his bike. The local police discovered the tweet; a few months later Way was found guilty on two counts related to the incident. Just because you can brag about it doesn’t mean you should @AndyBeal #DSDET15 pic.twitter.com/5faTkUnnKo— Ryan Jones (@RyanJones) September 23, 2015 Your behavior reflects on your business. Be on your best behavior.If someone asked if you knew who Walter Palmer was, would you know? How about if someone asked if you knew about the dentist who killed Cecil the lion in Africa in 2015? That was Palmer. News of Palmer killing the prized lion in Zimbabwe went worldwide, with people using the hashtag #WalterPalmer to share their anger. His personal big-game killing behavior negatively affected his dental business, which closed for several weeks. Palmer returned to work at his dental practice earlier this month.Your reputation is always being judged…your company and personal reputation aren’t two separate things anymore #DSDET15— Franco (@FrancoPRGroup) September 23, 2015 Use the right account.When an unusual tweet was posted to the American Red Cross account, the organization acted quickly to resolve the issue. The backstory: Gloria Huang planned to post the tweet to her personal account, but due to her inexperience with Hootsuite, the tweet was posted to the organization account. The American Red Cross averted a crisis with a light-hearted tweet, Huang apologized from her personal Twitter account, and the Red Cross converted the incident into a donation opportunity. Know your audience. Understand how your customer base will respond locally as well as globally.Go where your customers go. While you may have decided to focus on two or three channels, monitor other channels. If a customer complains on a channel you don’t use, you want to respond. Rep Roadkill: Go where your audience is. Address complaints on that forum – do not ignore! @AndyBeal #DSDET15— Lori (@1224Lori) September 23, 2015Tip: Take the conversation offline. Set up a unique email address for the channel ([email protected]) for handling communication. Be careful with any automation you use.Be aware of every item that is scheduled (where an editorial calendar comes in handy). Be restrictive. Just because something is popular, don’t jump on it.Notice a popular hashtag on Twitter and want to share something about it on your social media channel? Does it fit into your strategy? Think twice before acting. Big lies will eventually be revealed. Be truthful, don’t embellish things.For years, NBC News anchor Brian Williams told a story about being in a helicopter in Iraq that was hit by a grenade.Not exactly the whole truth. Turns out, Williams was in a helicopter in Iraq, but not in one that was hit by a grenade.Williams was put on a six-month leave early this year. He returned to the MSNBC network earlier this month to cover Pope Francis’s visit to the United States.Rep Roadkill: Don’t rewrite history to put yourself somewhere you weren’t. Big lies are eventually revealed. @AndyBeal #DSDET15— Lori (@1224Lori) September 23, 2015 This week, I joined hundreds of digital professionals, content strategists, social media experts, user experience practitioners, and email marketers at the two-day Digital Summit Detroit conference. One of my favorite talks was Andy Beal’s lunchtime keynote on reputation management. As a reputation management expert, he’s seen his share of good and bad examples of companies managing their reputation. Beal, chief executive officer of Trackr and author of Repped: 30 Days to a Better Online Reputation, shared his insights and highlighted examples of social media gone wrong.In addition, Beal shared examples of companies doing a good job managing their reputation and offered tips for dealing with a crisis situation.I heard stories about a rogue tweet, poorly timed social media updates, and organizations taking a bad situation and turning it around into something amazing. Here’s what I learned:There’s no difference between your personal reputation and business reputation.Despite all the Twitter bios with “tweets are my own and don’t represent my company”, you only have one online reputation. You only have one reputation, says @andybeal. There’s no difference between personal and business reputation. #DSDET15— Deborah Edwards-Onoro (@redcrew) September 23, 2015 We Have a Crisis, Now What?It’s going to happen. A tweet or story on one of your social media channels that’s poorly timed, incorrectly posted, or doesn’t include the right information. What do you do during a crisis? Beal recommends:Be sincereBe transparentBe consistentApologize and explain what caused it to happen. Demonstrate you put changes in place so it doesn’t happen again. Q: What advice would you give #VW? #dieselgate A: Own it. Admit it. Be Sincere. Be transparent. Be consistent w follow up @AndyBeal #DSDET15— Lori (@1224Lori) September 23, 2015 If having a reputation crisis you need to be sincere, transparent and consistent in your messaging – @AndyBeal #DSDET15— Mike McClure (@mikekmcclure) September 23, 2015 Win back customers by accepting your fault!!! They will tell 20 others @AndyBeal #DSDET15— Jas Sidhu (@jas_AppD) September 23, 2015Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedTakeaways from WordCamp Detroit 2018Last weekend I had the pleasure of joining over 120 WordPress users—bloggers, writers, designers, business owners, digital marketers, developers, and user experience specialists—at the WordCamp Detroit 2018 conference to learn and talk about WordPress. It was wonderful to attend a conference where I didn’t have to travel, other than to…In “Conference”September 2013 User Experience and Web Professionals EventsAlong with friends and colleagues, my friend Nick DeNardis has been after me for years to create a calendar of local events. Given my interests, I hear about and attend several UX, web design and development, social media and entrepreneur events each week. Which I tell Nick about after the…In “Calendar”September 2014 User Experience and Web Professional EventsIf you’re a web professional, you know it’s a challenge to keep your skills up to date, learn about new methods, and network with colleagues. It takes time to find interesting local events. And if you’re new to the area, where do you start? I’ve taken some of the work…In “Calendar”
Dons improve to 7-2By Paul LeckerSports ReporterMARSHFIELD — Natalie Pospyhalla’s 3-pointer with less than five seconds left lifted the Columbus Catholic girls basketball team to a thrilling 42-40 victory over Gilman in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division girls basketball game Thursday night at Columbus Catholic High School.Columbus led 26-21 at halftime before Gilman started the second half with a 12-2 run to take the lead.The lead changed hands several times throughout the second half.A 3-pointer from Morgan Albrecht gave Columbus a 37-36 lead with 3:30 to go, and each team exchanged baskets before a pair of turnovers set up the final possession.Albrecht finished with a game-high 17 points, and Marissa Immerfall added 12 points and eight rebounds for the Dons (7-2, 4-1 Cloverbelt Conference East Division). Pospyhalla chipped in nine points, including the game-winner, and six rebounds.Cooper Sherfield led Gilman (2-5, 1-5 Cloverbelt East) with 14 points.Columbus plays at Greenwood on Tuesday.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Dons 42, Pirates 40Gilman 21 19 – 40Columbus Catholic 26 16 – 42GILMAN (40): Camryn Skabroud 1-8 0-0 3, Taylor Hendricks 1-8 1-2 3, Amanda Wisocky 0-4 0-2 0, Grace Grunseth 5-10 1-2 11, Kayla Chause 3-6 0-0 6, Cooper Sherfield 6-13 2-5 14, RaeAnn Heier 1-3 1-1 3. FG: 17-52. FT: 5-12. 3-pointers: 1-17 (Skabroud 1-8, Grunseth 0-3, Hendricks 0-6). Rebounds: 22 (Sherfield 6). Turnovers: 13. Fouls: 11. Fouled out: none. Record: 2-5, 1-5 Cloverbelt East.COLUMBUS CATHOLIC (42): Morgan Albrecht 7-13 1-4 17, Hailey Roehl 0-1 1-2 1, Baylie Neider 0-8 1-2 1, Maren Seefluth 0-0 0-0 0, Kendra Baierl 0-6 2-2 2, Natalie Pospyhalla 3-10 0-0 9, Marissa Immerfall 6-10 0-0 12. FG: 16-48. FT: 5-10. 3-pointers: 5-18 (Pospyhalla 3-9, Albrecht 2-5, Neider 0-4). Rebounds: 32 (Immerfall 8). Turnovers: 15. Fouls: 14. Fouled out: none. Record: 7-2, 4-1 Cloverbelt East.