Monday, October 24, 2005

This morning, I learned some interesting things about myself.

I learned that I utilize the latest technologies, market research and business strategies to meet your expectations. And more importantly, I listen and that means I find solutions that are tailored to you.

I also learned that I fashion a healthy/confused head of hair, of which I choose to part like the Red Sea. I wear perscription reading glasses and choose to let my chest breathe by way of an open (and welcoming) button-down. Besides, I'm too much of a free spirit to let the world of corporate business wear hold me down. My distinct sense of individuality gives me the guts to mingle sport coat with khaki at virtually any social gathering.

I didn't know any of this until I woke up this morning with the intention to purchase, develop, and operate stevebabcock.com.

13 Comments:

Blogger ~j. said...

Welcoming button-down INDEED.

10:54 AM

 
Blogger Steve said...

LOL, the Red Sea indeed.

9:43 PM

 
Blogger more caffeine, please said...

I think it's great that you think you're hot enough to give that much real estate to your photo on your website. And I've always thought that "working to make a difference" is a great tagline for you.

9:10 AM

 
Blogger :: STEVE :: said...

Think?

10:08 AM

 
Blogger c jane said...

Steve,
Do you really just have two top front teeth?(Re:Your blog picture...not your real estate picture...although it is hot)
Just wondering cause I've met your wife before and she doesn't seem the type of girl to fall for a two top teethed guy...
Big Fan,
Cjane

2:44 PM

 
Blogger :: STEVE :: said...

Why must you mock my physical imperfections? How can you be so cruel, so cold? My two front teeth, my elf ears, and my disparate eyes have all been the butt of many scoffs and scorns. Why can't you just accept me for the sloth-like, hideous (yet charitable, lovable, and thrifty) human being that I am?

PS: My wife has really bad eyesight. Shhh, don't tell her.

6:26 PM

 
Blogger c jane said...

Steve,
Well, you are from Jerome(don't you think for a moment that I don't know where that is...I know that dang Magic Valley -the bane of my existence)so, that might explain your facial issues.
I'm just sayin'...

P.S. Is "thrifty" good?

10:21 PM

 
Anonymous elizabeth said...

i just noticed youre in denton! ive made many a trip there. i think you fit right in. . .but probably not your alter ego.

5:37 AM

 
Blogger ~j. said...

Do people from that area have facial issues? My sister-in-law has roots in Buhl - should I be on the lookout for deformities in my neice?

6:24 AM

 
Blogger :: STEVE :: said...

Trust me, facial issues are the least of an Idahoans problems.

6:51 AM

 
Blogger c jane said...

As the blogging world turns...I was talking to my spouse last night and he was telling me about this warehouse in Twin Falls where he used to go to stomps. He said that there was this kid Mike Babcock who had all this cool equipment and cool music, very hip. So I asked...was he from Jerome? And the husband said yes.
Relations?

8:10 AM

 
Blogger :: STEVE :: said...

Ha ha ha! That his hilarious. Mike is my oldest brother. He was quite the Idaho DJ, let me tell you. I remember sneaking into his room to check out his tape collection. He had thousands of albums in his collection, of which I thought was the coolest thing in the world. If only I knew then what I know now, I would have never made a copy of all his YAZ records.

9:27 AM

 
Blogger more caffeine, please said...

See Steve, this blogging thing is like one big happy family. Now if we could just get Camille to do one... :-)

10:46 AM

 

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