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Still crazy after all these years

Hey, John. Happy belated birthday. Sorry for the lateness. I hope passing that milestone wasn’t as bad as you expected it to be.

By the way, I’ve usually heard “chil-sun” (칠순) as the name of the party for one’s 70th birthday. Then again, I’m no authority on Korea or Korean.

» Posted By Young On 30/August/2015 @ 10:26 pm

“If it goes in greasy, it comes out easy”

Haha. I appreciate the thought. It might not be a good idea for you as it will inevitably end in disaster, with ample amounts of fallout for you. I don’t think I’m such a bad guy, but I’ve realized there’s a reason why my closest friends have never set me up.

Have you tried Manimal Steakhouse? I’ve been there once and it was pretty good. Of course, I haven’t been to any of those other places, so I have no frame of reference.

Anyway, good luck with the car and see you next week.

» Posted By Young On 15/August/2015 @ 5:48 pm

Jobs

Probably my favorite writer, Charles Bukowski, was also a postal worker in California. Anyway, hope your first day went well. Congrats.

» Posted By Young On 29/June/2015 @ 7:04 pm

A league of distinguished gentlemen

Thanks again, John, for the books, the promotion of the books at the bar, and the buffet. I was feeling bloated up until midnight.

» Posted By Young On 05/April/2015 @ 8:00 pm

The Accidental Citizen-Soldier

I’m sorry for the late reply, William, but it seems like John has already addressed your question. Anyway, I don’t know if anything has changed, but I doubt that the government would change anything that affects such a small number of people. I don’t know if it’s because of the culture, but minorities (of any kind) aren’t really protected well here.

» Posted By Young On 31/March/2015 @ 9:01 pm

Sounds good, John. Just let me know when they come in (even if they take a while). I’m looking forward to meeting you in person and signing my book for the first time.

» Posted By Young On 17/March/2015 @ 10:26 pm

John, it seems that you really understood what happened to me, which usually takes people a long time to get. I agree that it’s not who you are but who you know. Unfortunately, I didn’t know anyone at the time. I did, however, learn that lesson while I was in Afghanistan, and it was helpful to me for the last year of my service. Thanks for posting about the book on your blog.

» Posted By Young On 17/March/2015 @ 7:37 pm

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