We recently produced a video explaining our position on "Selfies" and I'm asking people like you to send me a "Selfie" so I can put it on the Rick Dancer TV show. I believe "Selfies" are an important cultural issue.
As I sit here drinking my morning coffee looking out at seven beautiful snow covered mountains my mind is developing some ideas on development. Sometimes to think is a dangerous thing.
I have this thing about death. Since being diagnosed with cancer in 2010 death doesn't own me the way it used to. Don't get me wrong I still don't want to die anytime soon but once you face death straight on, some of it's power seems to diminish.
I’m supposed to write this article to promote Rick Dancer TV and I must say this weeks show is really good but do you mind if I tell you about something even bigger in my life at this moment? I wasn’t the best student and had a tough time in school. My grades were bad,
I had one of those ah-ha moments the other day. The owner of a local tavern called the Brew & Cue called me to ask for my help. The Brew and Cue got in the middle of a murder story but the murder didn’t even happen there. None-the-less the owner says the media attention is
Rick Dancer TV doesn't normally "break stories" but this week on the show we're investigating a year old abduction near Brownsville. Last week we visited the town and talked to all sort of people. There are posters up in Brownsville and Junction City as Lochmead Farms steps up its search for a missing employee.
A long time ago, in a far away land, I was a registered Democrat. I'm not exactly sure why I registered that way but in college I thought Democrat was the way to go. The older I got and the more I began to understand, the more I realized I wasn't a D so after moving to Eugene I re-registered as a Republican. Living in this community I realized I wasn't a far left and the only other direction I could go at the time was the far right.
We live in a fear-based culture that's afraid to speak up, even in a nice way,to offer an opinion. I guess when you spend most of your life working on the news and having to keep your opinions to yourself, when freedom comes, you realize how much you missed out on.
This weeks Rick Dancer TV show is one of my favorites to date. It's not as fast-paced as some and in the big bad world of television it may not keep the attention of every viewer but we're not after every viewer we want people looking for change.
The highlight of this show for me is my wife joining me on the tube, showing her compassion, lighting up because of the love she has for her brother and showing you don't have to be a show-off to be good at television.