Crocs, Books and 2 Way Radios

Hi Friends,

About a year ago I started wearing Croc clogs. It was a comfort not a style issue. I have a couple of different  pairs but basically all I wear are Croc clogs. All the discomfort has gone away.

Crocs are made to travel about 1000 miles before the trend wears off the bottom. I have worn 3 pairs slick. I have traveled over 3000 miles on foot wearing Crocs. Amazing.

I ride my bicycle to work and back everyday. It is only a mile and half each way but I make the trip twice a day. Because the industrious Joy Ann and I both work so close to where we live we meet for lunch at home everyday. Six miles a day five days a week is 30 miles a week or 1500 miles a year. When I include the bike riding I do for exercise I am riding my bike over 2000 miles a year. I am celebrating my bike’s third birthday this month. I have over 6000 miles on my bicycle.  Amazing.

I like reading. I read fiction and non-fiction. I read Grisham, Childs, Johnson and several other novelist. I most enjoy biographies. On average I have read at least one biography per week for the past 20 years. That is over 1000 biographies. Amazing.

I use this stuff on my hair that is a cross between paste and grease. It is called American Crew Pomade. There are a lot of questions that could be asked about this product based on the name alone. I use it to fluff up my hair. I am not all that interested in my hair but Joy Ann says I look like Julius Caesar when I don’t use it. It only takes the tiniest  amount to get my hair standing on end. American Crew Pomade comes in a 3 ounce jar which is about the same size as a stick of butter. Over the past couple of years I have gone through 2 or 3 jars of this stuff. I have been walking around and riding my bicycle and reading books with 2 or three jars of American Crew Pomade on my head over the past couple of years. Amazing.

Most everything is amazing when we examine it in total. The most ordinary thing becomes extraordinary when viewed accumulatively. How many carrots we eat durning our lifetime isn’t all that interesting until we express it in terms like “the amount of carrots the average person eats in their lifetime would fill a swimming pool.” Amazing I guess but maybe not all that interesting. If a person averages one shower a day over their lifetime they will use enough water to fill the Empire State Building. This could become a rival to my favorite game “That’s nothing.”

I wonder how many steps are saved by using two way radios. Two way radios improve efficiency because 2 way radios provide immediate communication. No wasted steps. No hunting down colleagues and staff. All those steps added up over the life of a radio use could be equal to thousand of miles saved per radio. Amazing.

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Best Wishes,
Manzie R Lawfer