Amazing how much time goes by before we realize we've not stayed in touch with those we care about. It's good every now and again to reach out to others. That's the best way to avoid the Zombie Apocalypse, so we're told! Let us be the first to posit THIS conspiracy theory: The Zombie Apocalypse was an Inside Job!
Send Rubber Chicken Just Checking In Cards, to tell those you truly care about that they mean more to you than a Twitter re-tweet. In fact, our eGreetings absolutely scream, "YOU ARE MORE THAN A FACEBOOK 'FRIEND' TO ME! ... AND WE HEAR THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE WAS AN INSIDE JOB!"
"I cherish the friend who, for me, does not consult his calendar." You know who said that? No, it wasn't Rob Zombie, but good guess. It was the wonderful Robert Brault. Not to be confused with the wonderful Robert Brault who's the operatic tenor and voice teacher, although we think he's wonderful too, just in a different way and we haven't read ANY of his quotes(yet). We think tenor Robert Brault lives in Utah whereas author Robert Brault lives in Connecticut. Either Brault can tell you A LOT about both kinds of Zombies: "Rob" and other kind.
For all the time we spend during our daily lives using social media (btw, be sure to "friend" us on our Facebook page). FYI, if you want to find more awesome quotes from the Connecticut Robert Brault, you can follow him on Twitter, @RobertBrault1 (If you want to tweet Utah Robert Brault, you're gonna have to hand him the tweet in person, 'cuz we don't know if he's on Twitter. Try emailing him a "Just Checking In" Rubber Chicken Card, send it to University of Utah (U of U), at Utah.edu and good luck with that, tell us how it goes. Anyway, like we were saying we all spend a lot of time on social media, so you'd think we'd be a lot less oblivious to what are friends are up to and "where their heads are at" as people used to say in the late 1970s. Send out one or more of our Rubber Chicken Just Checking In Cards and let those YOU actually love, know that you care enough to make them laugh (or at least click the "play" button on our animating eCards)!
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