Official Blog of Laura Betterly, CEO of Yada Yada Marketing, Inc.
Sunday, August 22, 2010
For all my musician friends ;-)
Subject: Fwd: Dear Abby
I am a crack dealer in Beaumont, Texas, who has recently been diagnosed as a carrier of HIV virus.My parents live in Fort Worth.One of my sisters lives in Pflugerville and is married to a transvestite.
My father and mother have recently been arrested for growing and selling marijuana.They are financially dependent on my other two sisters, who are prostitutes in Dallas
I have two brothers: one is currently serving a non-parole life sentence at Huntsville for the murder of a teenage boy in 1994.My other brother is Currently in jail awaiting charges of sexual misconduct with his three Children.
I have recently become engaged to marry a former prostitute who lives in Longview.She is a part time "working girl".
All things considered, my problem is this.I love my fiance and look
forward to bringing her into the family.I certainly want to be totally
Open and honest with her.
Should I tell her about my cousin who is a musician ?
Laura is the President and CEO of Yada Yada Markeing, Inc. She is an early entrant in the online marketing field, having established online music company named Visiosonic also known as PCDJ.COM. She forged relationships with other tech companies such as MP3.com and Live365.com and worked with celebrities such as Ice T, Nile Rodgers, Jam Master Jay and Chaka Kahn. Laura grew up in a hi-tech environment as her father, the inventor of instant-replay, instilled a sound background in business and technology in her at an early age. She has been a featured speaker at such diverse functions as CES (The Consumer Electronics Show), Winter Music Conference, NARAS, the Grammy’s organization as well as the Federal Trade Commission. Laura has been interviewed extensively and featured in such newspapers as The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and Newsday as well as on CNN, CNNfN and NPR to name just a few; In fact, she has been interviewed in and been on over 200 newspaper, TV, and radio shows.