My op-eds and essays have been published in numerous newspapers (including San Francisco Chronicle, Oakland TribuneOrange County Register) and magazines (Diablo, Alive, The American Enterprise, East Bay Monthly) and in the books Something That Matters (Harwood Press) and In Real Life (Hay House, 2005).  I hold an MFA in Nonfiction Writing from St. Mary’s College of California.

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  1. Dear Albert,

    Your product is, um, unique. I’ll have to run it by the men in my family and get back to you with their reactions. Is there seriously a market for “fly free” jeans?

  2. Hi Tina,
    I was thinking more about your comment. I feel that actually your question is in some ways the pivotal question asked by your blog. Here’s why, when you say our product is “um, unique” aren’t you are saying that this is a new product to you and you are not sure that you know how you feel about it? But when was the last time you saw a very unique product from China?

    American manufacturers are innovative. Our product is patent pending; the United States patent process is second to none. It has been demonstrated that many countries can manufacture and some frankly, can do it cheaper than America. However, few countries have the spirit of innovation supported by the patent system that fosters really new products.

    So perhaps you can continue the wonderful support you have given American manufacturers by answering in the affirmative. There is a market, it may not be for everyone, but manufacturers accessing that diversity of appeal is actually one of Americans strongest traits and possibly it’s best avenue to recovery.

    Fly-Free Jeans
    As an interesting side note, these pants were adapted from a type of pant (narrow fall pants) that were the only type of pants that men wore for almost two centuries

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