Tag Archives: Ross Perot

Looking For Work In A Cavalcade Of Crazy– Part 4

May 10, 2011

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PART FOUR Ross started in without preamble. “Reverbo, what is the domestic industry probably least likely to suffer for the foreseeable future?” A relevant question, to be sure.  “Slim-Jim production, my astral-projected figurine?” I said. “You’re on the right track,” said Perot, “it’s health care. You’re all getting older and the boomers, despite their courageous […]

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When we last left Ross and Reverbo- A Cavalcade of Crazy (finally) returns

April 18, 2011

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PART THREE I took another turn at the issues as best I could. “You know, I’m not comfortable with blaming others when times get tough. I’m well aware there is truth to the line, Reverbo didn’t apply himself enough. But damnit, Ross, they stole from us. They sold us out and swiped our future. Working […]

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Looking For Work in A Cavalcade of Crazy – Part 2

September 9, 2010

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As the story began to unfold, Ross Perot had developed a way to materialize, or astral-project himself anywhere he desired, complete with ubiquitous briefcase, charts and graphs. The procedure understandably left him a little woozy and in need of some R&R before getting down to business, in this case, helping me find a job. I […]

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Looking For Work in A Cavalcade of Crazy – Part 1

September 2, 2010

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It is with pride that I present the first of a serialized account of my recent adventures in the electrifying 21st Century Amusement Park. No, I don’t mean the ride in the Large Hadron Collider (although that final twenty-minute acceleration in the super proton synchrotron to the peak seven teraelectronvolts is worth every penny). With […]

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