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July 28, 2002

You're not from Brighton

Having a lovely day in Brighton with Simon from Mutual Misunderstanding. Listening to lots of old records - even though we ought to know better.

It's been really good to talk through a lot of the stuff that's been going on. There's obviously an upside to all this (which I'll get round to talking about at some stage soon) but there's definitely a large amount of grieving to be done.

About 7 years ago I was working for a large UK oil distributor - selling kerosene to Granny Biggins in her country bungalow - and was royally shafted. I spent most of the time I was there pretending it was all okay, and that I was fine.

It took me about 3-4 years to actually get over it. My poor wife was still having to unbundle and deal with bitterness from 3 jobs ago.

I'm determined not to go through that again.

Posted by Tom Dolan at July 28, 2002 05:16 PM

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