@jer_ also, 90% of all emails should be publicly available in the company and indexed for search
How is it October already? As I have for the past 7 years, I am participating in @ExtraLife4Kids@twitter.com again this year supporting Beaumont Children's Hospital and the Children's Miracle Network. If you could, I'd really appreciate your donations! https://jer.wtf/extralife19
A listener asked us why we do what we do...why did we change to leadership? Far be it from us to not talk about ourselves...
Having read merely (and improbably, exactly) 25% of this list, I definitely have some catchup to do! https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2019/entertainment/books/100-books-for-the-ages/
I like reading lists that aren't plagued by the obvious choices and don't attempt to be high-brow and "literary"...
You had me at Oh So Orange! https://9to5google.com/2019/09/20/pixel-4-colors-oh-so-orange/
This is kinda neat and nerdy...the Matthais infinite lottery question has been answered...no ticket that always wins in an infinite lottery!
This is what I hear in my head whenever someone starts talking about "what our forefathers would have wanted" or "traditional Christian values".
Sky cake is delicious...
Not all who wander are lost.
If I'm being honest, I could use some directions...or a map...or a guide...help!
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