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  1. If you need a replacement GM this year or there’s an opening next year, let me know. I’d be interested
  2. @belljr Mine should be out of the shop in a couple of weeks. When do you need it?
  3. How about listing 3 places and letting the FFA decide where to go?
  4. I have heard good things about Scotland. I haven't been there, though. A friend of mine grew up there and I can find out some recommendations from him if you want. I didn't think you were willing to go as far as Greece, but if you haven't been there, then that sounds like a great trip. I want to see Athens very badly. Along with Lisbon, Prague, Venice and Fresno for my top 5 places to see.
  5. There's probably good hiking in Fiji, plus some amazing water and beaches. Grand Cayman is probably my top Caribbean wish list destination. If you can go to Europe, Lisbon and Portugal in general are towards the top of my list. If you're only staying for a week or less, you can just explore Lisbon and make some day trips outside if you don't want to spend a lot of time traveling around.
  6. Fiji? Not sure if it's a PITA to get there. Japan is a long flight, including from you, but there may be direct flights from Seattle so it shouldn't be hard to get there. How accessible is Europe from Seattle? Otherwise I would pick the Caribbean island you haven't been to and want to see. Honestly, there's so many places to see, without knowing where you've been or what kind of vacation you want it's hard to make a thoughtful recommendation. Also, what's your definition of a PITA to get to? No direct flights? Time limit?
  7. I hope it works out for you. I had a problem with the price considering it's much more expensive than other good brands like Muse and Casper, but it's been worth it so far. However, for the price it had better last for many years.
  8. I got the firm. I have a bad back too and the firm has helped me (talking about the Brooklyn Bedding Aurora). If the medium is better for your back then go for it, but I agree that a good mattress that is right for your body can help with some people's back problems. It has been much better than the Casper for my back.
  9. Thanks, I'll check it out. It was definitely the movie because I remember Poitier, although I may have seen some of the TV show too.
  10. I think I've seen parts of In the Heat of the Night, but it was so long ago I don't really remember much of it. I would have liked to have seen it as an adult. I won't comment on that movie since I don't have Amazon. I've never seen Bonnie and Clyde, but will definitely watch it.
  11. Sorry for the mixup. It's been a tiring day and I wasn't paying full attention when reading. Either way, congrats on the new opportunity. You still have many years of work left so I would either stick with your current place or accept the new offer based on whichever is the best long term opportunity, including these considerations. You haven't seemed happy at your current place so it's good to at least have other options to consider. Where is the new company's office located? I'm in Battery Park now, but hopefully we can find somewhere in the middle to meet for lunch sometimes.
  12. Congrats! Make sure your doctor takes Obama Care. Some don't. What about going onto your wife's insurance? With the taxes, I think you have to send deposits or down payments or whatever they call it to the government every quarter, so your very short term take home goes up, but I think you need to save that money and send payments periodically anyway. Look into that to make sure of the proper way to handle your taxes.
  13. Great pictures and it sounds like it was a great trip. What kind of camera do you use?