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Posted by Dr. Amrit Chadwallah
Everything is miscellaneous? A meditation by Tom Matrullo. That Matrullo should write his own book. Perhaps he has, and now strews it into the ether, page by page.
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"Tom Free Associates Principal, Tom Free, today spelled out the firm's position on 'The Miscellaneous' in response to numerous calls to his office from the press. 'It's true, we are so over that. It was a minor movement to begin with and we move through minor movements quite rapidly these days. This should not be interpreted to imply that 'The Miscellaneous' has outlived its useful life cycle. To the contrary, it is still a concept of great utility to a great many people and institutions and will continue to be useful as it matures. However, TFA is primarily concerned with concepts in their high growth phase, and we have reallocated resources to reflect that."
July 16, 2007 at 08:47 PM
Out of randomness comes...Oscar!
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July 26, 2007 at 07:11 PM
Apparently she is not a black cat. Just shows us how miscellaneous things really are.
July 26, 2007 at 07:47 PM
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