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PILLBOX #147: Triple Funky Action Protection

Countrywide letter

(Originally podcast Sept. 2008) Yes, my wife has the honor of being amoung the 2 million or so lucky winners of the “An Employee of Countrywide Stole All Your Personal Data and Sold It on the Black Market” game!   Hey, guess what you won?  A week long trip for you and your spouse into Customer Service Hell, cancelling all of your credit cards and bank accounts and rerouting all of your autopayments and other vulverable finances!  Congratulations, Melissa!

And hell yeah I wore Sears Toughskins back in the 70′s.  Who didn’t?  You weren’t dressed for your first day of school without a nice pair of maroon Toughskins and a matching jacket.

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PILLBOX #146: Three Minutes and Two Hours

(Sept. 2008) Today is the first day that both the kids are in school for a full day.  Wow.  Of course, I thought I’d spend much of my new free time running Hudson’s snack over to him just in the nick of time… I’m still getting my neighbor’s computer situation straightened out.  I got theContinue Reading

PILLBOX #144: Cover Me

The continuing saga of the first 15 or so days of August.  This time we’re in Vegas, baby.  You know what they say: What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas, unless you Twitter, Flickr and podcast your every move. I tell the behind the scenes tale of Coverville 500.  Well, MY behind the scenes tale.Continue Reading

The Site was Down, Now it’s Up

The website at was down and I didn’t even know it.  Now, it’s been fixed-ish. Hopefully the whole system will be back up and running soon, but with Christmas a mere moment away, I wouldn’t hold my breath. If you don’t hear from me soon, you’ll hear from me soon, just less soon thanContinue Reading

Death in the Family

Long time personal friend and friend of the show, Jeffrey Newland, was killed earlier this week.  The circumstances surrounding his death are mysterious and the police are still investigating, but they have ruled his death a homicide. He was a very smart and funny man who dedicated his life to helping others.  I am crushedContinue Reading