Archive for August, 2008

August 30, 2008

McCain, Palin ’08

by Kyle Smith

It’s official McCain has finally chosen his VP. Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is McCain’s veep nominee and that’s pretty much all the news has been about all day. Will she bring the Clinton supporters, maybe or maybe not. Is she the most experienced out of all for running right now, maybe or maybe not. But I think it’s hilarious that the democrats are trying to key in on her “inexperience”. And this is where I just think they’re idiots.

This is where we can really see the mindset of democrats. It’s a bigger deal to them that the republican VP nom. is inexperienced but hey no big deal that the president nom for the democrats doesn’t have any experience. Is it just me or am I missing something here? Oh no, if McCain dies then she might not be able to handle it. Wow, how about we just knock him out now? The man is still alive. What I’d like to know is what’s Obama’s excuse of not being able to handle the White House? Who has to die for the democrats to realize his not fit?

I still honestly haven’t heard a thing come out of the dem. prez nom. that really has anything to do with anything. Yay, he can give a speech. But he really never, ever says anything. It’s just scary to me that the democrats have just glazed over with Obama. They’re placing so much trust in hope in this one man. The only person I will place my trust in is Jesus Christ, not a smooth talking politician. Wake up America! No matter who’s in there you’re problem’s are not just going to wash away.

Alright, I promise this will be my only political post. I typically try to keep politics out of my blog, but this is just getting out of hand. If I wanted a good public speaker for my president I would have chosen my freshman speech teacher at SFA.

August 18, 2008

Jackson photos

by Kyle Smith

I took some photos of Jackson this past weekend. I’m too lazy to upload them to Flickr, so check them out on facebook,

August 7, 2008

Marketing at its finest…

by Kyle Smith

After working in marketing for over a year now, I’m slowly realizing that it doesn’t really matter how amazingly creative you are, or how spot on you are with a design or idea. The main thing is how much can you meet the client’s needs, even if that means producing something that makes no sense at all, has no design quality, will never attract or get the point across, and makes you almost embarrassed to claim as your own work. But hey the client knows best, what does marketing know? Now I’m not saying that we produce bad material where I work, but often times the best ideas are squashed with the clients “best” ideas. I think the video explains itself, – Watch more free videos