About Me

Hi, my name is Randy Hill and I am just one of thousands of people around the world, tired and frustrated with the lack of consideration that is displayed by a growing "demographic" that I call, "the great unwashed and ill-mannered." People who can't seem to get outside their little world long enough to see the stress that they create on the rest of the population.

I've created this blog and online store as an outlet for this pent-up frustration...and also to have a little devious fun while I'm at it!

Have fun and keep it down while you're in here. Thanks.

[When Randy isn't whining about noisy and rude people, he dreams up designs in his studio at Hill Design Studios. A native Texan, Randy resides in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest with his wife Dawn and four cats]

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Archive for November, 2007

Research Cultural Differences Before You Leave For Your Trip

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

  British teacher Gillian Gibbons, faces serious charges for allowing her pupils to name a teddy bear Mohammed. What seems like a minor thing to you might end up giving you a world of trouble in another country. It pays to educate yourself before going visiting a foreign country. Here are a few examples, courtesy […]

Shopping Line Prep – 3 Rules

Wednesday, November 21st, 2007

With the insane shopping season bearing down on us, I thought it might be helpful to post a few gentle reminders for our more brain-dead fellow human beings. Rule #1 If the sign says, “Ten Items of Less,” don’t drag up half the store in your shopping cart. Nothing will start a fight quicker. Rule […]

Thanksgiving Holiday Etiquette

Tuesday, November 13th, 2007

  Things to remember if you celebrate Thanksgiving dinner at someone else’s home: 1) If someone else is hosting the dinner, take along a small gift (wine, card) to show your appreciation 2) Offer to bring something to contribute 3) Be sure and compliment the chef. Everyone loves being appreciated for their hard work. 4) […]

When in China…Mind the following manners

Monday, November 5th, 2007

With Olympics in China looming on the horizon, I thought it might not be too early to brush up on Chinese etiquette. The following is courtesy of executiveplanet.com… The Chinese will sometimes nod as an initial greeting. Bowing is seldom used except in ceremonies. Handshakes are also popular; wait, however, for your Chinese counterpart to […]