I am 40 years-old as I write this post, but I still have a couple of months before my 41st birthday. Do you want to help me retire by age 40? Well, there is a way, and it's not really too difficult, assuming you live, work, or know someone from one of the largest school districts in our country. You see, I have a product that most school districts want. Not all of them know they want the product yet, and that's where you might come in. Of course, if I can sell the product to each of those school districts, I can retire. Next month.

So what is this item? Well, it's the Cranium Chromebook Hard Case Protector and Whiteboard. I have one on my Lenovo 100S. It works fine, but it works even better on many of the Chromebooks used in education. And that's the real target audience, since kids are the ones who might bend the Chromebook screen or need it as a whiteboard in the classroom. But it's just as useful to college students who use Chromebooks. Useful is a good word for it. Last week, I took notes at a meeting ON my Chromebook and then decided if I needed to type them up. I also picked it by BY the screen several times. And one of my kids stepped on it "accidentally" as it sat on the floor. While other hard and soft cases might have been useful in some of the preceding situations, I know they would have failed at some point. The Cranium just does not fail, and that's why it's a product all of the big (and small) school districts with Chromebooks want.

But what about me retiring? I know, you probably don't really care if that happens, and it's not really going to happen in the next month, even if I land every large school district in the country. But the fact is that I get a small commission for each Cranium sold through Amazon or bulk orders from Educabana. That means that if you know or are the tech director at a school, you can email me, and I just pass the information on to the manufacturer, and then you have a great product for the school, and I am a few hundred steps closer to retirement. Now, if you happen to be the tech director of all the schools in Los Angeles or the country of Chile, then please order your Craniums through me, and I will be a few thousand steps closer to retirement. You see, it's a scale thing, since I get a few pennies for every Amazon sale, but a whole school district ends up being a bigger deal.

I know, you might not know me. Or you might know me and not care whether I make some extra money from a good product. But the point is that it's a product that works and was invented right here in America by an American with a real dream to make schools better with the product. All of that is a win-win for all of us. It's not like it's some foreign plastic version of something that works better but costs more. It's the PVC and aluminum version of foreign products that don't work as well but cost the same.

Oh, what about that part about you retiring early? Well, I am willing to share in the amount I make from selling this great product. If you are the person who calls the right friend at the school district, and the order happens, then you get $100 for every 10,000 units sold, as long as you ask for it. Now, that might not seem so big until you realize that the top 30 school districts in our country have around 100,000 or more students, and there are millions of Chromebooks out there. To avoid conflicts of interest, I assume the actual technology directors who might order these cases should not be the ones benefiting from my generosity. However, if you're son or cousin works for a school district, feel free to use that connection to make a few extra bucks. Also, because this is a small, American endeavor, we can't really send out tiny payments for small orders, but I can keep track of several smaller orders until you get your crisp $100. Just make sure you get in touch with me through Educabana. This is not a promotion through any other marketing of the Cranium.

So, if you happen to have the ability to discuss my retirement with anyone at the following school districts, please let me know. Of course, if they use Ipads instead of Chromebooks, my condolences and never mind.

New York City Department of Education, Los Angeles Unified School District, Departamento de Educación de Puerto Rico, Chicago Public Schools, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Clark County School District, Broward County Public Schools, Houston Independent School District, Hillsborough County Public Schools, HawaiĘ»i Department of Education, Orange County Public Schools, School District of Palm Beach County, Fairfax County Public Schools, School District of Philadelphia, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Dallas Independent School District, Wake County Public School System, Montgomery County Public Schools, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, San Diego Unified School District, Prince George's County Public Schools, Duval County Public Schools, Memphis City Schools, Cobb County School District, Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District, Baltimore County Public Schools, Pinellas County Schools, DeKalb County School System, Jefferson County Public Schools, Northside Independent School District, Albuquerque Public Schools, Polk County Public Schools, Fulton County School System, Jefferson County Public Schools, Austin Independent School District, Long Beach Unified School District, Baltimore City Public School System, School District of Lee County, Fort Worth Independent School District, Milwaukee Public Schools, Prince William County Public Schools, Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, Denver Public Schools, Detroit Public Schools, Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Fresno Unified School District, Guilford County Schools, Greenville County School District, Brevard Public Schools, Virginia Beach City Public Schools, Granite School District, Fort Bend Independent School District, Davis School District, Alpine School District, Pasco County Schools, North East Independent School District, Mesa Public Schools, Arlington Independent School District, Washoe County School District, El Paso Independent School District, Seminole County Public Schools, Aldine Independent School District, Loudoun County Public Schools, Elk Grove Unified School District, Mobile County Public School System, Volusia County Schools, Douglas County School District RE-1, Katy Independent School District, Chesterfield County Public Schools, Knox County Schools, Garland Independent School District, Boston Public Schools, Santa Ana Unified School District, San Francisco Unified School District, Plano Independent School District, San Antonio Independent School District, San Bernardino City Unified School District, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, School District of Osceola County, Cumberland County Schools, Tucson Unified School District, Capistrano Unified School District, Corona-Norco Unified School District, Cherry Creek School District, Pasadena Independent School District, Lewisville Independent School District, Conroe Independent School District, Columbus City Schools, Howard County Public Schools, Clayton County Public Schools, Jordan School District, Brownsville Independent School District, Atlanta Public Schools, Omaha Public Schools, Henrico County Public Schools, Wichita Public Schools, Anchorage School District, Garden Grove Unified School District, Sacramento City Unified School District, Seattle Public Schools, Shelby County Schools