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No thanks." Personally, I think its a very interesting business, but I was not offended.
Ive read many things that Nicholas has written over the years and hes a very good writer, but the commute from Okinawa would be a deal-killer.
Her afternoon office is across the hallway from mine, so every few minutes she brings me her "work." I get yards of adding machine tape with random numbers on them.
I usually fantasize that its my bank account balance.
Ive had to give fatherly advice, which just like my real kids is taken with a grain of salt; Ive had to criticize her work, getting the too often eye-roll; and Ive had to call her occassionally to ask, "Where are you? Shes not written anything that I can remember since her, "I will be home by my curfew" story, which was actually just a sentence written 30x on a piece of notebook paper in high school.
It goes along well with her decision to go back to school and get a degree in teaching.In 1946 my Grandpa Bill bought his first newspaper, the Logan Republican. Well, Ive read some of my grandpas and dads early columns and I am glad to say that I come from a long line of some terrible writers!Seriously though, some of these columns were very well done and made me smile to think how far back my heritage in the newspaper business goes. KWIBS, of some form, has been a part of Kansas newspaper history for close to 75 years now, with a few years of gaps in between.Its a struggle every business has - keeping employees for the long haul.Not everyone is a Doris Sorg who can put up with me for 17.5 years and then give several months notice that she was leaving.