Category Archives: May/Jun 04

Diplomacy

One of my favorite clichés has to do with burning bridges. Or, put another way, it’s not a good idea to burn them in a figurative manner. These days it seems people are not only more likely to burn a bridge, but to haul explosives to the site and blow up the supports as well. I’m not sure why that is, exactly, though it may have something to do with the increasing sense of entitlement, spurred on by armies of … Continue reading

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Defibrillator Decision

A noticeable increase in ink used to cover an issue or subject is one way to catch and prepare for trends. One issue that’s making the rounds in the mainstream press is the AED, or Automated External Defibrillator. The Washington Post reports, as part of an article about AEDs in health clubs, “Although firm data are not available, extrapolations from a few studies suggest that at least 1,500 Americans die each year after collapsing in health clubs, country clubs and … Continue reading

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