Monthly Archives: April 2006

plan for conquering the world …

<RANT ALERT> from an email with my friend: >  guess the advice giving comes more naturally. It’s probably BS advice anyway. All advice is BS … some BS is Better Suited is all, and other advice is Beer Speaking … … Continue reading

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and the news is … mostly good for a change

First, the good news. I have a new nephew, Noah Dene Austman, who is a welcome addition to the family. And so it grows … welcome to a good family little Noah. They’ll treat you right here – see you … Continue reading

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Can you miss what you missed out on?

40 years on … 1966, April 20th … Eddy Johnson is standing in line at the Post Office in Kenora, Ontario before heading to work in Redditt for Ontario Central Airways. While in line he has a heart attack and … Continue reading

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life at the speed of pain at the 6 month marker

WARNING – lots of ill will and hurt beyond this point. 6 months … the 6 month marker. Someone is there and everything is looking good … then something real bad happens and they’re gone … forever. And somehow time … Continue reading

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book finished

A departure from personal anguish … I read a book. This is more significant than it appears … I have only completed one book since we moved to this town. I’ve been trying to finish a Ludlum novel for months … Continue reading

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work ethic part 2 – the speed of paperwork

RANT ALERT !!! Paperwork is part of nearly everyone’s job these days. Some people have no problems with it while others just can’t get it done. And, without knowing the context and factors of any given situation, I can’t blame the others … Continue reading

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work ethic

<RANT ALERT> In the brief experience I’ve had dealing with insurance companies I can state one observation: They go out of their way to dig down to get the details because in the details they may find something that serves … Continue reading

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