Monthly Archives: May 2017

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2017.5.29 UPDATE: GREAT NEWS! I’M BACK TO NORMAL AGAIN!!!

Folks, I have some great news — well, at least it’s great to me 🙂 BACK TO NORMAL For once, I listened to BB and the doctors, took my meds and did everything I was told to do and… I’M … Continue reading

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2017.5.26 UPDATE: FROM BAD TO WORSE

Folks, In my last update, I told you my back had gone out.  Well, things are not getting better.  In fact, they are getting worse.  But I am trying to take care of those few of you who are still … Continue reading

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2017.5.22 UPDATE: I WAS A CASUALTY OF LAST WEEK’S LOUISVILLE CAMPAIGN!

Folks, For reasons that will soon be made obvious, this post will be short.  I just want you all to know what is going on here, and why orders will be slow to ship and the May releases are going … Continue reading

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2017.5.16 UPDATE: THE CAT IS OUT OF THE BAG

Folks, I can now tell you what has been distracting me the past few days. STRATEGIC REDEPLOYMENT If you are a regular reader of my updates, you might remember that I mentioned my general (BB, my wife) has been wanting … Continue reading

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2017.5.15 UPDATE: PLEASE KNOW THIS IS GOING TO BE A TOUGH WEEK FOR ME

Folks, This is going to be a bad week for me, and I want to make sure you know a little about what is going on here — just in case I don’t provide you with my best service. TOUGH … Continue reading

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2017.5.12 UPDATE: TOUGH WEEK, BUT WORTH EVERY MINUTE OF IT

WOW!  Folks, This was a tough week, but it was worth every minute.  Not only did I handle a record number of orders, but I tackled a lot of other stuff that has been getting pushed aside.  Let me tell … Continue reading

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2017.5.6 NEW RELEASES: MAYBE A LITTLE LATE, BUT WORTH THE WAIT!

As promised, here are the April releases (1 week late).  At the moment, these are the best pictures I have.  I am still working on the demo builds.  You guys know I am one man, and I have been a … Continue reading

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2017.5. UPDATE: CATCHING UP

Folks, Running a one-man shop has many challenges, but one of the most dangerous is getting behind.  When (not if) that happens, it can be very difficult — if not impossible — to catch back up to where you should … Continue reading