About MullerOver.com

In 2009, we saw a distinct need.  Our research director, Jimmie, spent weeks perusing the net and found that there was no web site that gave slightly outdated, pointless rants and musings on topics that few cared about.

It was one of those “A-HA!” moments that you read about from guys like Steve Jobs or Elmo.   Someone else read in a magazine that Internet sites were making boatloads of money, so we decided that we couldn’t lose.  Without hesitation, we cashed in our 401ks and leased the most expensive penthouse office suite on the 45th floor in Downtown Rochester, NY.

Well, it turns out, we grossly overestimated Jimmie’s search engine skills and the magazine promising Internet riches was from 1999 in a doctor’s office waiting room.  Apparently, there’s about 50 billion web sites with pointless musings.  Nevertheless, we signed a 20 year lease, so we figured we give this thing a go anyways.

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10 comments for “About MullerOver.com

  1. Matt Marquardt
    October 23, 2009 at 9:49 pm

    Outstanding website! Now it is time to expand. Guest writers, hot topics, button pushing intrigue.

  2. Ellie Brown Albro
    January 21, 2010 at 9:55 pm

    LOVE the site! I will add it to my “news-only” site I read while at work. Keep it going.

  3. Fran
    March 18, 2011 at 8:51 pm

    Funny as ever, Muller : )

  4. Michael Jenness
    June 4, 2012 at 3:29 pm

    I thought you might like to read my mothers response as a wife of a 3 war veteren.

    Dear Mike,

    I attempted to respond to, What Honor Looks Like, that you sent me but I found no way to send it. This is what I said.

    I am the wife of a 92 year old WW11,Vietnam and Korean Wars veteran. I respect and honor each and every veteran. But, just once I would appreciate mention made of the sacrifices wives and children endured. The younger ones did not understand why their daddys did not come home at night. Had they been bad and daddy did not want to be with them? Teenagers felt adrift. Families were forced to move off post when they needed that support most. Cildren were torn from their friends. Wives needed to find work outside the home to span the gap between military pay and extra expenses. Wives took on the task of single parenting. I could go on but this should cause one to think more broadly.

    Ruby P. Jenness
    P.O Box 18
    Morgan, Vt. 05853

  5. Rob
    June 7, 2012 at 4:23 pm

    You Honor Flight film is remarkable. However, please send your
    teaM to Milwaukee..our Honor Flights (it took 2 747’s last wee) and see the THOUSANDS who welcome our vets home. For detailed information, please contact Charlie Sykes at WTMJ AM620 radio
    in Milwaukee, whose station is a LEADING force in supporting this outstanding effort.
    Thank you.

  6. Debbie
    June 12, 2012 at 1:34 am

    Loved the Honor Flight video with the “soldier song” as the soundtrack. Thanks for sharing that! I just thought you might want to fix a typo in the introduction text. You have the date typed as “March 23” but all other references were “May 23” – no big deal, but I just think it should be perfect to honor these veterans. Was it May, or March? (It is okay on the video with the crowd noise.) I’m not a computer whiz so maybe you cannot correct it without re-creating/re-posting it? Anyway – thanks again, Chris! It was really touching.

  7. Emma W
    June 16, 2012 at 9:55 am

    Chris Muller thank you very much for posting the story of the honor soldiers arriving at the Reagan National Airport.
    It was very special and moving to see that.
    Thank You!

  8. Jo
    June 19, 2012 at 8:38 am

    Thanks for the welcome home given to the Veterans of many wars. We owe them so much and I am very thankful for their service and sacrifices. Many lost their lives.

    May God bless them and their families. I hope they know that they are so loved…Jo Allison

  9. June 21, 2012 at 4:37 pm

    Hey- Great video! We are making a feature length documentary about Honor Flights to raise awareness of the cause. The film’s trailer it received 4.5 million views within weeks of being released online. The film premieres on August 11, 2012, at Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers, for a stadium-sized screening event. We are expecting 30,000 people to attend, which would be a world record! Would really appreciate it if you could take a moment to watch the two minute trailer (link:http://www.causes.com/causes/606614-honor-flight-stories/actions/1649599) and let me know If you have any interest or may know if you have any interest in discussing it further.
    Jo Jensen

  10. Terry Quinn
    August 30, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    Canadians are not offended by your blog and you must remember we fought alongside all the allies in WW2 with great distinction.

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