About the Author

       I’m not the most interesting man in the world, but I might have the most cluttered mind.     My work experience includes newscasting, sportscasting, publishing, marketing, market research and sales.  I am now embarking on a semi- quaisi– I’ll never be in retirement career as a futurist.  You can read all about it and listen to accompanying podcasts on my other blog, Seeking Delphi.

Mark Sackler

b. A long time ago, New York, NY

Resides: Connecticut, USA

Family: Married to Cheryl Sackler, DVM.  One daughter, Jessica Sackler


  1. Hi Mark. Awesome blog! ‘Wicked’ nice to meet a fellow New Englander (blogger) 🙂
    Thanks for visiting me & admiring my photography.-K

    • Hahaha. But ‘wicked” is not used in southern Connecticut the same way it is in the Boston area. It is used, as in the true dictionary definition, as a synonym for evil as in sentences like “Go Yankees–beat those wicked Sox!” You have probably never seen the Avis commercial in this link…but only somebody living in the NY-Boston corridor would even get it…

  2. Thanks for the thumbs up, Mark. Wow, such a blog you have! Very nice.

  3. Thanks for checking out my blog. Hope to see you again.

  4. I like your Blog, also, tks for liking some of my posts 🙂

  5. Mark, … oh, sorry, i was reading your posts on quantum weirdness and almost forgot that I was going to say that I’m glad you found “Sea Lions, hulks and pulp’ enjoyable.

  6. Hello Mark. Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog and liking a post 😀 my post.

  7. Hi Mark! Thanks for liking my post! I’m a soon to be graduate interested in marketing so I am finidng your blog and experiences very interesting! It is a nice insight into the mind of a professional.

  8. Interesting background –all that should provide ample material for writing! Looking forward to it, and thanks again for reading my blog, as well.

  9. Hi Mark,
    Thank you for reading and liking my post about my dear cat who has cancer. I enjoyed your “Tales of a Veterinary Spouse” posts. I needed a laugh tonight. Your wife sounds like a good vet and you sound like a mensch to read a nearly 6,000 word count post about Moush Moush and me and our strange, but wonderful, life together…
    Take care,

    • To be honest, I didn’t read every word, I skimmed through a lot of it. Let’s just say I empathize. With human and animal illness, and dysfunctional families. And also, you may not realize it, but you got my ethnicity right. 😉

      • No worries–it was very long as it was an homage with so many twists and turns. I appreciate the empathy, regardless. Per your ethnicity, it takes one to know one as they say. 🙂

  10. Mark, I enjoy your posts so much! Thank you for brightening my days with your wry wit and spot-on commentary.

  11. bookmarked!!, I really likke your web site!

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