I just glanced down at the cracked screen on my ancient iPhone, and beheld the most sarcastic headline in the history of modern journalism.
and Horrify Half the Country.”
Mr. Rowe! Your organization mikeroweWORKS is affiliated with SkillsUSA, who is part of this sad situation.
I just read this letter and threw up in my mouth bit. Care to join me?
It started with a simple request from Evan to sing Happy Birthday to his girlfriend, Dani – in return for a donation to mikeroweWORKS. Turns out there was a copyright issue. And then some beer. And then…this. Anyway, that was two years ago. (I hope they’re still together…) Mike’s Facebook Page Mike Rowe | Facebook
Thank you Theresa Ann Isaacs, for turning my first sip of coffee into a two-minute coughing spasm
Eric Schenck writes…Mike – You know, I’m completely with you when it comes to removing the stigma
Here’s a new version of my now redundant rant against the high cost of college,
Couple years ago, I spent a week one day putting up a billboard in Tyler Texas.
Think of TV personality Mike Rowe, and a certain image inevitably comes to mind: a trim middle-aged man wearing a baseball cap, blue jeans, and a big grin
Last week, my personal toilet at mikeroweWORKS Headquarters coughed up a disgusting clog of bad advice,
Saturday night in Baltimore, I attended a fundraiser for Project JumpStart,
Not all advice is created equal, and the advice Lexy got from her mother was definitely above average.
High on the list of resolutions I hope to keep in 2016, is my commitment to take The mikeroweWORKS Foundation to the next level. Naturally, I haven’t defined the meaning of “next level,” because I understand the importance managing expectations. However, I can assure you of this – I am going to make a concerted attempt to highlight the individuals who have received a mikeroweWORKS scholarship, and do a better job of sharing their progress with the free world. Of course, when I say “I,” I really mean Chuck, who is now tasked with turning the mikeroweWORKS Facebook page into Read More
“I was able to encourage one of my son’s friends in his quest to become a trained welder. “