Archive for January, 2016

I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken

“Hey, Gene”, I was told, “you missed the point on that reverse logistics column you wrote”. Well. A deep breath. No one can learn from their mistakes, if they don’t know what their mistakes are. Heck, if I’ve been learning from every mistake I’ve ever made, I should be approaching brilliance. “What is the point […] Read More »

Madam, I’m Adam

Madam, I’m Adam. Oops, I wrote that backward. It should have read madA m’I ,madaM. Oh, wait, if we ignore the punctuation marks and spaces, it still says the same thing! It’s one of those palindromes, meaning it’s the same in either direction. Sort of like the current state of affairs for Dangerous Goods shipments. […] Read More »