In an effort to market and draw attention to my blog, it appears that I may have to engage in some gorilla marketing. After all, gorilla make the best marketers. Just ask any gorilla. I have yet to hire any gorillas, and as a result, I will conduct the gorilla marketing myself - sans gorilla. I am leaning toward organizing a flash mob, however the flash mob logistics seem intimidating. First, I must choose a big, populated location. This location also must have stairs from which people descend for a grand entrance approximately 25% of the way through the performance. This rules out my backyard. Then, I need to round up about 200 people willing to go along with my flash mobbing. This won't be easy. Next I must coordinate the choreography. Obviously, I would do this myself and do not need to find and hire a professional choreographer. Hoagie The Dog is - if nothing else - a terrific dancer. Traditional dancing, line dancing, tango, samba, the twist, irish step dancing, break dancing, and of course - the mashed potato. I am an expert in all of them. Over my career, I have really enjoyed most of my experiences in choreographing huge production numbers. I enjoy getting my choreographer outfit on, parading in front of the dancers, shouting at those out of step until it all comes together at the end and I weep in the arms of the dancers who are grateful for my tough love approach to dancing. It's really a magical process to observe.
However, for now, I will simply continue to scribe my observations. And if the right gorilla comes along, I may get him involved in advancing my cause.