Goode Evening Folks. As you may have noticed I took a stance with Lyft & the Public Service Commission conversation. http://Vernon-J.com/2014/04/25/lyft-uber-service/
I went to The Crescent Moon Alehouse tonight & didn’t ride my bike, nor leave at 19:23 to catch the last Route 55 to Millard.
I downloaded the app on like Wednesday or something, no Government will tell me what I can & can not do.
I had John pick me up in 3 mins & I was home in less time then it took to take the bus. I had a good conversation about the service and the conversations going on with PSC.
As I’ve said on twitter, I’m not a fan of people breaking the law or having the law prevent growth of business.
I can official recommenced the lyft service to you.
It would’ve cost me $27.00 to get home if we weren’t in the 2 week trial period.
All it takes is one truly bad thing to happen to me & I’m changing my pattern.
Goode Morning & Happy Tuesday.
Getting shot is one of those things, I wouldn’t go back to that club.
Today is Tuesday 04/29/V3.4 & it is the first day of bocce ball.
I’m holding on to that small 10% that it went be canceled. It is like a 90% chance rain all day. The weather says 70% prediction at this moment.
The word of the day is obliquity which is divergence from moral conduct, rectitude.
Even though there is a 90% chance it will be canceled, pint night is still happening. I’m leaving work at 1600 or 1630. I want to work some extra hours today, due to stuff later in the week.
More on that laterthis week
The first day of the week/work week was fantastic. Nothing spectacular or devastating happened at work. Good things did happen on the ‘not at work’ part. Ask me offline what those are about.
I’ve added at least one thing to my schedule this week. I’ll be making calls Wednesday night for Brian. Also look fir me on that later this week.
You know have two reasons to come back & read.
That’s it for now.
I leave you with SOS by Rihanna.
The trouble with life isn’t that there is no answer, it’s that there are so many answers.
Ruth Benedict (1887–1948), U.S. anthropologist. An Anthropologist at Work, part 2 (1959).
Written in her journal on January 7, 1913