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Points of First Contact

Points of First Contact Just finished a CAMP Conference in Coronado. It reminded me of a course that I was required to attend at Indiana University before I could graduate with my BS in Production Management. The Course Was “Introduction to Interviews” And I believe that the course was a major reason for many years […]

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Alaska: The Last Frontier

Reached One Of My “Bucket List” Items The Other Day Because of a mis-spent youth playing tennis at IU and in the Navy etc., I visited many states. Then, took driving trips back and forth between California and Wisconsin. A few years ago, I realized that I had visited most of the 50 states. Missing: […]

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Ever Wonder How Much People In The News Earn?

How Much Are They Earning? In a previous post, I mentioned Richard Cordray who heads the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and all the troubles that he is having with Congress and the Banking Industry. For suffering with the pressures of this job, I imagined that he would be making the “big bucks”. His salary this […]

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HBO Hits Another Winner For Me

HBO Hits Another Winner For Me Last newsletter I mentioned that DJ and I loved the movie, “Get Out”. This time I want to mention an HBO special, “Wizard of Lies” starring Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer. You all know the story and the ending, but it is really worth watching if Business movies […]

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Small Cities Review By My Favorite “The Kiplinger Letter”

To Quote: “Many thriving small cities figure to power ahead, outpacing the U.S. average for job creation as employers look for places with skilled workers and lower living costs. Among the fastest growing.” St. George, Utah: Tourist and retirees seeking pleasant weather and great national parks Bend and Redmond, Oregon: Also, tourists and retirees and […]

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Nixon Library Redux

Been a long time since I have visited Yorba Linda and the Nixon Library. Doug Graham organized a special tour last week, and I really enjoyed it after many years. It Is Worth A Trip With All The New Sections And New Renovations After visiting it for a few hours my first thoughts were, “I wish […]

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I Have A Movie To Recommend!!!

As Most Of You Know There Have Been Few Outstanding Movies For The First Months Of 2017 Unless you like sequels, violence, vulgar, animated, etc. Then, of course we all have different tastes so it is difficult to tell someone where to spend money. As a matter of fact, last year’s Oscar winner was not a […]

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Wine Thoughts for 2017

Wine Thoughts For 2017 Over the years I have enjoyed wine. Lots of wine, especially white. Out Of College I Was Sent To Germany As A Naval Officer To The Rheingau That means a lot of outstanding German White Wines, and the winery owners were extremely cordial to the military. Therefore, I learned to appreciate German […]

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