Ignoring affinity is jumping without a parachute

One of my favorite reoccurring cartoon bits is the fake parachute where the character pulls the rip cord and instead of a chute popping out it releases a set of cutlery. For unfortunate villains like the coyote, they’re the victim of the gag. For higher education, the establishment of fundraising goals without recognition and prioritization of alumni affinity, is a self-inflicted mistake to jump from the…

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Hollywood drop-out turned Cornell University fundraiser, now advancing schools/NPs/businesses via BrightCrowd. Politician, comedian, 3x dad.

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Keith Hannon

Keith Hannon

Hollywood drop-out turned Cornell University fundraiser, now advancing schools/NPs/businesses via BrightCrowd. Politician, comedian, 3x dad.

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