Friday, February 27, 2004

VERY much so....

Wednesday, February 25, 2004

Congratulations, Jay! You must be beaming with pride!

Monday, February 23, 2004

Hi Jay! Congratulations! It sounds like the apples didn't fall too far from the tree . I've included a picture here of Rory, and there's a striking resemblance to Jay. If you would like to read about Jay's son, I've stored a copy of the article here.

Sunday, February 22, 2004

Here's a progress report for all of you wrestling fans out there.... My oldest son (Rory) just got a wildcard entry into the NCAA Division III tourney at Loras College in Iowa, my younger son (Andy) has been injury-plagued this year, and is looking to make an impact next year for Oneonta State, and my youngest (Leigh) just finished second in the regional tourney, losing to a 3-time stat champion (#1 in the US) in the finals. That would be heartbreaking if he were a senior, but it's his second trip in 2 years. By the way... He's only in 9th grade! See ya!

Friday, February 13, 2004

Greetings fron Endicott!!!!

Wednesday, February 11, 2004

Greetings from Singapore. I've been in here for the past 4 days experiencing temperatures and humidities in the 90s, but I'm not sure that it's any worse than being in Colorado (I noticed a high of 21F and a low of 4F reported there today). I left Greeley on Friday, and took the longest ever commercial flight from LA direct to Singapore. It was 18 hours. This flight has only been available for a week and was enabled by the new long-range A345 aircraft which is just coming into service. To be honest, I was dreading it, but I found out later that the economy seats had amenities that you'd previously only find in business class.

For example, all the seats had their own entertainment systems which allowed you to choose from dozens of movies which had pause, rewind, and fast forward features. Now that's a first! They had extra leg room, leg rests, foot rests, and even power and Internet connections for your laptop. Also, Singapore Airlines doesn't edit all of the movies so that they are rated G like the US airlines do. That editing takes a good movie and turns into something quite unlike the original.

There were about 20 reporters flying on this historic flight to give their impressions on what it was like and I was interviewed by reporters from the Singapore Straits Times and The Australian.

My trip took me into Malaysia a few times to visit with our vendors and they were all very nice. The people are polite and friendly and we got a lot of things accomplished. I'll be heading back to Colorado tomorrow and I'm looking forward to it.

I hope all of you are well and surviving the winter, especially on the East Coast, which I understand has been pummeled by very cold and snowy weather this year.

Thursday, February 05, 2004

Sleigh bells ring, are ya' listenin'? (yuck!!!!!)

Keep your shovels and snowblowers ready, all you folks in the northeast!

Wednesday, February 04, 2004

Jay, you crack me up! You don't mind that noone else is
posting, you just keep them coming! Don't stop!

Niz, send me your e-mail address... I've got some more jokes!

Monday, February 02, 2004