My New Dream Job

Sadly, my recent stint at OneCoach didn’t work out. I went into it eyes wide open, but unfortunately didn’t know about the ticking time bomb inside the albatross. C’est la vie. I met some great people and did some of the best work of my career. No regrets.

Today, though, I’m pleased to announce that I have landed a new dream job – even better than the last one. I’m the new Director of Social Media for the Libyan Arab Republic, reporting directly to The Brother Leader himself, Muammar Gaddafi.

Now I know I have an uphill battle ahead of me, thanks to the lies perpetrated and propagated by the Western political-media propaganda machine. But I’ve never been one to shy away from a challenge, especially for a cause I believe in, and that pays me well.

The TRUTH is that the Libyan people LOVE Gaddafi, and the so-called “freedom fighters” are nothing but CIA-backed terrorists. Here’s how the Libyan people truly feel about their leader:

My strategy is pretty simple – perhaps deceptively so:

  1. Monitor the major social media channels for anti-Gaddafi comments and conversations and respond appropriately with the facts. Also, identify and report those supporters to the Khamis Brigade.
  2. Start building a new, hipper personal brand for Brother Leader as “Bro MuGee” – you can follow @BroMuGee on Twitter.
  3. Produce enough favorable content to push all the negative stuff out of the first page of rankings…for every possible spelling of his name.
  4. Provide clarity on how to spell his name:

I’ll give this my all, as I do every client and every job I’ve ever had. I’m going into it eyes wide open. Still, I think I might want to keep my options open, so if you know of anyone who’s looking for a brilliant, hard-working social media strategist, please put me in touch with them!


  1. Scott Allen

    In all seriousness, while I may question the wisdom of U.S. involvement in the internal affairs of Libya (or any other country), the fact of the matter is that Gaddafi is a dangerous man, a destabilizing force in the region, and I’ll be glad to see him go.

    For the official site of the Libyan resistance, see NTC Libya. Another good source is the Libyan Youth Movement on Facebook.

    I seriously AM looking for a new job, though, so if you know of anyone looking for a brilliant, innovative, hard-working social media strategist, please do put them in touch with me.

  2. Justin

    This website was a bit frightening at first when I saw it, but was glad to read your comment to see what this was all about. I also disagree with the US involvement.

    I am actually looking to work with a social media strategist – please contact me at (518)-369-6496 and we can discuss.

    Looking forward to speaking with you.

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