I am not a fan of late night. Not because I don’t like comedy, but because I am usually in bed by 8 p.m.
But I had a renewed interest when news of David Letterman aired. I thought of all the good shows I missed.
Don’t get me wrong, I am not staying up late. I am recording them and watching them either on the weekends or when I get home from the office.
But it has taken some time to come to find him funny. I am now watching the 5th installment, and I think I finally find him funny. It is like when you try a new movie series, it takes time to buy into the character.
Anyways, tonight I am watching Stephen Colbert and he has Joe Biden and the Uber Exec., Travis Kalanick, which I am interested in seeing. But, before he gets to them, there is much fun made at the Presidential candidates such as Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Rick Perry.
Don’t hate me or love me, but I think I have had drank the punch, because right now I am liking Donald Trump. We’ll see what happens.
(as a side note, after watching the first Republican Debate, I liked both Trump and Carson. So different. Interesting that they are both polling well)
But the reason I brought up Donald Trump is that, if anything, he is an amazing marketer. Whether you love him or hate him, you are talking about him, and that just promotes him more.
I bring this up because, as a business person and marketer, I find it interesting that someone, … What do the call him?… a non establishment guy?…, can lead the polls.
Maybe I need to be more political and just tell it how it is. I think I do that though, in my own way. I mean, I do put out tons of content on how to handle your divorce, and the “Tim’s personal blog” is more of just a way of ranting and writing freely off the top of my head.
Anyways, I don’t want this to be a political rant, just a way to speak my mind is all.
Back to Stephen Colbert and his guests.
Talk to you soon. Tim