“Ideas not coupled with action never become bigger than the brain cells they occupied”
Arnold H. Glasgow (1905 to 1998)
His business was a humour magazine that he marketed to firms nationally, which firms would turn it into their “house organ” to send to their customers. He carried on this business for over 60 years, publishing his first book at age 92.
The book is titled, “Glasow’s Gloombusters,” one of the many titles he put on his work during his career. He was cited frequently in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, the Chicago Tribune and many other major organs. He was a regular contributor to the humour sections of Reader’s Digest.