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Thank you for a great ride, and for 8 years of support!

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You misjudge me. My degree is only a BS and it's in Public Relations, or is that a redundancy? Nevertheless, I deal in public perceptions and their management and content delivery.

Obsession can be harnessed to do great things or it can be left to run roughshod over others' sensibilities. I have seen many a car absolutely loaded with cause bumper stickers and have always had the same reaction: "There goes someone who doesn't know how ineffective they are."

Taking another slice, someone with twenty priorities has no priorities. Select the one most important message and call attention to it by displaying it against an uncluttered background. Anything else detracts from what you want others to see.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.