It was starting to look very dirty.
I was not sure if it was okay to clean it with wet wipes. But I did anyway.
For a while after the clean up, the keyboard stopped responding.
I thought I just killed the keyboard, but after while it came back.
I guess it needed to dry out.
I bought it on eBay ... New.
If you are entering your user name and password, please do make sure it is at the site you think you are logging into.
I received this email this morning ... It is totally fake.
This was by far theist meal I had all year.
Cocktail sause and salad dressing was both home made.
They were so good.
Steak was cooked perfectly and the potato was heavenly.
"If words of command are not clear and distinct, if orders are not thoroughly understood, then the general is to blame. But, if orders are clear and the soldiers nevertheless disobey, then it is the fault of their officers" . Have you heard of this before? It comes from Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War”. This was written roughly 500 years BC but it can be applied to business operations today.
"Show one, tell one what to do, let one do it, and furthermore praise one; if not, anyone won’t work well ". This is not as famous as the first one in the U.S., but this was the words of Yamamoto Isoroku, Japanese admiral.
"Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity". How about this one? Do you know who said this? It was General George S. Patton.
Don’t you think it is interesting that China and Japanese generals treat people like objects and teach and communicate to them what and how to do things. But the Western general tells people what he wants to accomplish and lets his people come up with the way.
We will people a safe passage.
I will be leaving on October 28 until November 11.
I am flying from Seattle to Incheon to Osaka.
Coming back from Narita to Incheon to Seattle.