Chris Potter: My One And Only Love

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Chris Potter explaining why I love his playing so much!

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Jisha Murder Case: A simple girl perception


I normally don’t like to write about sad topics but this one is making me really really sad! I think pouring my heart out is the best way to overcome this sadness. By the way Who is Jisha? Girls are raped and murdered like every 45 minutes in the country and nobody bothers than why all of sudden Media is taking so much interest and Political parties are trying their best to show off that they care about it. What is so unique about her? Well there are many reasons which make this topic a very sensitive and high profit reaping case to few people (and mostly these are political leaders or businessmen who are benefited out of every sad thing in the country! No offence to anyone , this is just my personal opinion.) So whenever something happens to make it a news and to spread it among common people…

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The Blue Man on the Highway

Part 3:

Shortie surveyed the library as the cop left. He decided not to do the show, and instead to sneak out a side door. He dashed into a gas station restroom to change from the Smurf costume into the Denver Broncos jersey. Blue man and a true, blue fan. Would he ever get the dye off his skin?  He was going to rent a car to get out of Colorado. When he made it to Texas, he was going to send a package to Switzerland, a rather long distance banking transaction that Vinny Two had arranged.

Who was Shortie, really? Did he rip the bank off to support Mama? No, mama was fine. She had done 15 years hard time herself for not snitching. Mama’s no pansy and although she is in her golden years, she doesn’t take a thing off anybody. Did he do it for Angelina, his…

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Letters to the Power Plant #6 – Meeting with the CIO

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After I left the power plant and went to work for Dell on August 20, 2001, I wrote letters back to my friends at the plant letting them know how things were going.  This is the sixth letter I wrote.  Keep in mind that at the time, I didn’t intend on it being posted online when I originally penned this letter.

09/28/01 – Meeting with the CIO

Dear Sooner plant,

I went to a meeting with Randy Mott this morning, our Chief Information Officer (CIO), who, by the way, was named “CIO of the Year” in the world this year.  I think it was a productive meeting.  The first thing that I noticed was that his cubicle was TWICE as big as mine.  Yes.  He does NOT have an office.  He works in a cubicle just like everyone else.  Even Michael Dell, the CEO of the company has a cubicle. …

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