January 2, 2007

My Personal Take on Global Warming

On New Year’s day last year, New Hampshire had over a foot of snow. We have none now. If you believe the National Geographic Channel (and I do), the arctic ice cap is smaller. The Bush administration wants to name Polar Bears as an endangered species because their hunting ground, which is the polar ice cap, is fading away, but Mr. Bush says there is […]

December 26, 2006

My Holiday Wish List

I wish we didn’t need bullet-resistant glass. I wish we didn’t need blast-resistant glass. I’m proud that our industry protects people in hurricanes and car accidents. I wish that our co-workers will never get hurt, but I’m glad we have hard hats and glass-workers sleeves. I wish that energy savings glass will be universal. I wish all a healthy, happy, prosperous and loving New Year. […]

December 23, 2006

The UN Building

Attention all manufacturers and fabricators: This afternoon, the United Nations announced they will be renovating the New York City headquarters building. Every laminator should jump right on this one. From a security and laminated glass point of view, this will be the most visible job in the world. I hope every US manufacturer is checking for details and gets in on this world class job. […]

December 22, 2006

What Is So Special About Ninety-Nine

99 is a funny number… 1 is just a plain straight line, 99 has got two smiles, and looks back at you! 99 rolls off the tognue with lots of syllables, not just a boring, easy-to-say 2. (( if you hold the caps key down 99 looks like this, its cool, ## when you press 3 with the caps key looks like a sports coat […]

December 19, 2006

Southern Comfort

I had a really great dinner with my closest and most respected friend this evening. I was early, he was on time, so I thought about a drink. I looked at the bar and saw a bottle of Southern Comfort, and I bet it tasted better than it looked, but since I was driving… (that’s another story) Why do they call it Southern Comfort? Because […]