But the guts of your question – even without all the name-calling and acrimony – reveal the essence of what’s broken in our country. You want to know “how I can associate” with someone you don’t like? The short answer is, how can I not? How are we ever going to accomplish anything in this incredibly divisive time if we associate only with people that we don’t disagree with?
Thank you Mike.
Abusive and disgusting.
- Web, Power and LightIndependent Consultant, 2006 - present
- Planetwide Games
- Eden Financial Group
- Murder Mystery Weekend
- US Navy
- Imperium Games
- OneCoachVice President, Technology
After my tour, I was briefly involved with Murder Mystery Weekend, and re-entered the IT field in 1991, where I've been ever since. I've done IT work in OEM manufacturing, long haul fiber optics, online gaming, Department of Defense and the coaching industry.
I live in Oceanside, CA with my wife Caroline, and our two sons Nicholas and Marc.
- Van Nuys High School
- Central Texas College
- Mira Costa Community College
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