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  • Birthday 02/16/1920

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  1. I've been around a long time, and didn't even know that, but it makes so much sense.
  2. Hege is right. Additionally: YMMV, but whenever possible with regards to a PFD, I'd suggest working with the OC and seeing if they can recall the debt (OC almost always can, regardless of what they might say).
  3. I'd agree with the general gist. Specific employee, not the CEO, and do not send CMRRR. I'd also suggest as good dose of honesty, and regardless of initial result, make sue to thank the contract for his/her time.
  4. Would have lost a lot of money that. Thought it was a career rite of passage for him.
  5. Pammy! [emoji3] Can't believe you -- of all people -- have no tattoos!
  6. Some of the old USA stuff... Monk, Psych and also restarted Leverage.
  7. None. Not opposed, but never really tempted. I'm an anomaly in my sphere.
  8. I get that he is in a hurry, but reckless speed is usually the enemy of credit repair. I have done a lot of things via email, yes, but would say a written letter is best. Almost anything is better than a phone promise IMHO.
  9. I think it matters, but I've been out of the game for quite a while, so I'll defer to others. For me, a promise garnered via phone means little.
  10. I use Datavault. One time purchase, can be used across platforms, and is not stored on the company servers. Can sync with Dropbox if or so chooses, or local Wi-Fi sync. Sent from my SM-N960U1 using Tapatalk
  11. Cap1 can be tough, and letters to the CEO (who won't really read them) tend to garner stock responses IMHO. Sent from my SM-N960U1 using Tapatalk
  12. I believe their strategy is do more in-house shows.
  13. Breaks my heart. Bought my first Walkman form RS waaaay back when. Still own it.

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