Another GREAT month has passed giving compliments! The momentum continues to build and soon we will be expanding our reach of compliments beyond Austin, Texas.
I include in my top compliments this month a couple compliments I received which warmed my heart!
Favorite Compliments the month of December.
– You have an electric personality.
– You’re a real nice guy.
– The scarf covering half your face looks great, as does the half of your face I can see!
– I love your walking/warming couple hug.
– You’re so beautiful the paper bag you’re carrying looks like a designer bag.
– I love your high shoes.
– Great non socks, they highlight your cute ankles.
– I like how you topped off your hair with the cool hat.
– Great confident walk, I bet you own a building downtown.
– Nice chin hair.
– Thank you for the compliment with the great gesture.
– I like how you’re looking up, things are always looking up with you.
– I like your cute rosy cheeks.
– Great undone bun.
– You have stand out shoe laces, no loosing your feet in the dark.
Our next article will highlight some of the moments of last month and give you some more details to our focus and direction with The Compliment Man/Guy.
Thank you for reading and please send any suggestions etc to us to consider. All input is helpful. Enjoy every moment!
I walked to the courthouse this morning only 2.3 miles one direction. Unshaven for weeks now and wearing black army boots with my shirt out of my jeans and a faded old almost black sweater my sister gave me years ago. I looked like a pirate and felt it was the needed apparel as I entered a government pirate ship. Delayed at security as the metal detector kept going off. The case was scheduled on the 3rd floor and finally I made my way up the stairs. I’m OK with elevators but prefer stairs for many reasons.
My arrival inside the courtroom was 15 minutes early. Upon sitting down I was asked to take off my head ware. My head ware was simply a bandanna. I guess they did not want another pirate in the room. After removing the bandanna I observed the prosecutors and the whole court room. The judge was female and had a good vibe. The 3 prosecutors were like clerks in a grocery store, 1 female and 2 males. Only difference was a routine of words, pen and paper replaced a scanner and beeping sounds. They could not identify my case as a typo changed my last name. I thought this alone is probably enough reason to dismiss the case but then proceeded to help them correct their error.
It was my turn now to sit down and be funneled like water around their system. Surprising, the prosecutor named Tracy Shahan pronounced my name correctly. Only 1 in 10 people pronounce my last name correctly on the 1st try. I told her this as I proceeded to sit down in front of her. I said immediately no reason for you to tell me my options. I told her firmly but kindly you will be dismissing this case. She replied: I doubt it very much. I told her I have an email dated from back in June from the Mayor’s office stating I do not need a permit. She reached for my phone to see it and I said I prefer to email to you. She wrote her email on a piece of folded paper and handed it to me slowly. I than mentioned if this email is not enough I have 9 more valid reasons for dismissal.
We both remained silent as she viewed the email for several minutes on her computer and verified it was real. She than broke the silence and said we will be dismissing the case. She also mentioned you really did your research. Yep I did. She than said the dismissal will be online in a few hours. I requested that I wait for a paper copy. I was not going to risk another error. Errors with courts can improperly put you in jail. Jail is a place I prefer not to visit ever. Within 5 minutes the judge signed the dismissal and I was on my way. Victory. I could have recourse with the city over this matter since the police officer ignored me regarding my information. This time I will go forward forgiving the officer for wasting my time. Next time I will not stop giving compliments if ticketed again and or arrested for no valid reason I will exercise full recourse.
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Jason Austin continues to battle MS with a smile on his face and a strong positive spirit. It was an honor for me to give compliments at his event. A very unique, cool punk crowd accepted my compliments with punkacoolness. Koop radio promoted the event all week co-hosted by Jason.
The Compliment Guy was the official greeter at the 2015 http://keepaustinweirdfest.com/ festival. 8 plus hours of continuous compliments to all the fun cool people. I stood at the top of the steps at the Long Center as virtually everyone that entered received at least 1 genuine compliment.
All the smiles and all the fun and great music equals another great day. A brave 7 year old girl walked up to me with her dad off to the side several steps away and asks if she could give me compliments. I crouched down so I could look at her eye to eye. She said some wonderful brilliant compliments. I then gave her some compliments. Next, she opened her arms as wide as possible towards her back and asked: ” may I hug you”? She gave me a hug with a smile that warmed my heart.
Each and every day I give compliments something extraordinary happens on top of an already great day. The extra great moment at the Keep Austin Weird Fest was an extraordinary 7 year old girl that clearly will achieve great things.
The Festival organizers said “The staff and people loved you, hope you will be back next year.” Yes of course, I will be back. I always go where I’m welcomed.