Lorenzo D. Domínguez


Lorenzo, Jr., "Baby Enzo"
Our newborn son born April 5, 1999
Updated as of July 12th, 1999!


Photo Albums of Family & Friends
Over 1,000 on-line photographs, 1930s-1999! 10 new albums: Including July 4th and Papa's Day!

A Couple of Monkeys


The Guide to
American Adult

of the
Age of Innocence,

Marketing copy, slogans, and branding samples


Mr. Bet drinks Mountain Dew.
Mr. Chew is our token drug addict.
.....and then there's, Sr. Amore.

The count complained that the setting was too stodgy. “Too many diplomats. We would have preferred to be in Brooklyn, but than what would people say? I can’t have our clientele think that Germany cannot afford Manhattan.”

alone in memory with Fate and nostalgic lies,
I bemoan my bewitched and smitten state,
And rake leaves of grass with my unheard sighs...

With little a mind can make much

Marketing-Creative-Editorial-Academic Experience

Designed and Programmed by Lorenzo

(Six Flavors to Choose From!)


One Page Biography
but how else would you know what he can't do?

Resume (text only)
Education, experience, skills, public service, awards & honors

Virtual Resume
Replete with links to relevant institutions.

The Alternative Resume
Use Your Imagination!

The Fresh Ink Company Consulting
A Multi-Service Consulting Firm

Comprensive list of produced events, 1992-1998

ABOUT THE AUTHOR, "Papa" Lorenzo:

BIG on samples and happy hour buffets, periodically declares he's giving up on cheese (might as well call him "anti-American" i know), LOVES his wife (remember, "wife" spelled backwards is "efiw"), is certain his son is destined to be known as "Enzo the Great," appreciates his "parents" more each day (in-laws included), still dislikes cats, greatest fear is mediocrity, has resigned himself to blatant self-promotion (hey! i amuse me), defies popularity by defining himself, and wants (would like) you to pay him lots (market-value) of money for his work.

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Welcome to LORENZODOM!

"City people smell. If its not the guy who goes to the Chinese laundry where they "dry-clean" with dirty water, so that on any hot and humid day he's a walking advertisement a train car away, its mothball joe and his faithful wife of fifty years, sally, or there's the single immigrant - half-asleep and fresh-off-the-boat or across the border - wage laborer off to one of his construction, delivery-busboy or Korean corner-store inventory restocker-ice chaser-cum flower petal-plucker jobs (married migrants are more often wife-fresh pressed and well starched with a dab of musk or some other thrift cologne)"

Excerpted from Rio Barón,
a 21st Century novel about 20th Century media barons,
an intermittent work-in-progress
(pronounced "pro-grey")...to be continued


By the end of the decade, the public had been worn down by the moral/religious crusade of Eisenhower, J. Edgar Hoover and McCarthy and began to yearn for ways of vicariously venting their pent-up frustrations. Not only did movie plots and dialogue become more racy, but books like Lolita and Lady Chatterley's Lover, Anne Sexton and E.E. Cumming's poetry and the radical writing of Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Henry Miller all gained popularity. Whereas the Bible's dominance on the best-seller list for the first part of the decade ends in 1954. Silver screen sex-kittens like Marilyn Monroe, Brigette Bardot, Jayne Mansfield, and Sophia Loren monopolized the box-office at the end of the decade and into the next. Americans also started traveling in droves to the newest entertainment capital of the world, Sin City, Las Vegas, where the denizens of hedonism, the "Rat Pack" were making their mark on stage. Moreover, morality no longer was based on the strict doctrine of the Christian faith, but, as according to a Look magazine poll on moral attitudes in 1959, morality became relative, based on group approval. In other words, if everyone else is doing it then it must be okay.


...50 years ago Mr. Sinatra was the first white American pop singer to inject quirky personal feelings and a sense of erotic intimacy into a polished but bland pop crooning tradition. In the mid-1950’s, a more mature Mr. Sinatra re-invented himself and in the process defined the image of the grown-up pop singer as a hip urban sophisticate with a streak romanticism under a swinger’s facade.

...Frank Sinatra

Dean Martin's lucky break came in July of 1946 when he and Jerry Lewis were first billed together in Atlantic City. It was their coincidental meeting on stage in New York a few months earlier that first brought them together as one of the funniest comedy teams the stage has known. With Dean as the straight man and Jerry as the looney sidekick, or as what Lewis has referred to as the "handsome man and the monkey," their first successful night as a comedy act was a result of some subtle encouragement by club owner Paul “Skinny” D’Amato, who gave them an offer they couldn’t refuse; either improve your act 150 % or end up at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

...Dean "Dino" Martin

Mr. Entertainment, Sammy Davis Jr., was not only a consummate entertainer like many of his peers, but also courted controversy throughout his career. From his interracial marriage to Mai Brit to his conversion to Judaism to his rebel rousing with the of the Rat Pack , Mr. Candy Man kept himself well positioned in the public eye.

...Sammy Davis, Jr.

"I suspected to have killed him, but his remains did a Hitler on me and could not be found. It was the perfect transition to what would inevitably be a sequel."

.... To Kill a Mosquito


Ask and you shall receive
It doesn't hurt to ask
You don't know until you ask

So, here i am asking. Can you donate some of your hard earned cash-flow to me? You see, all i want to do is write. That's it. (Well, okay I also need to provide for my family, pay those ugly student loans, save for retirement, pay the rent, settle past due taxes.) The list goes on. But you see, i can't devote myself to fulfilling my potential, my destiny, my raison d'etre, my well of untapped talent until all those obligations are met. And you know, at this rate, it looks like i'll have 'to be all that i can be' in the next life. Knowwhatimean?

3 GREAT Reasons to GIVE:
*Maybe, you are at the end of the road and you did not get a chance of fulfill your own dreams. Here's an opportunity to give someone else a chance.

*Why take up more invaluable space on that living room shelf, when for the price of a CD you can have an original off-the-cuff poem? Really now, how often do you listen to all those albums anyway?

*Hey! send me a penny. You'll have done something wonderfully crazy and i'll have touched the sensibilities of some stranger. And you want to hear something even stranger? Send me $100 and i'll consider you a friend. Just imagine what 1G will get you....

**AKA Give your money to some guy who BELIEVEs he can be a "writer" scam. This is not a mutual fund. In other words, you may not mutually benefit.

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Puro Mariachi!

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