73-91: born Seattle, grew up San Jose 00: married (Amy), house (W.Phila) 05: Jada (China) 07: Aaron (Taiwan) 15: Asher (OKC) | 91-95: BS Wharton (Acctg, Mgmt) 04-06: MPA Fels (EconDevt, PubFnce) 12-: Teach GAFL517 (Fels) | 95-05: EVP Enterprise Ctr 06-12: Director Econsult Corp 13-: SrVP/Principal Econsult Solns | Bds: ACT, Asian Chamber, City Schl, Design Collab, PACDC, Phila Water Rate Bd, Preservation Alliance, SBN, Science Ctr (STEM), Welcoming Ctr
You didn't fall for yesterday's post, did you? "Prydali in Laos" is an anagram for "April Fool's Day." There's no ghost writer here at Musings, just me pumping out dreck at early hours and not usually taking the time (let alone considering expending money) to reread or proofread. Such an approach is intentional, although sometimes it gets me in trouble for not being more careful with my words, because I want my blog to reflect my relatively unprocessed thoughts, rather than some carefully curated image I want to project. (You can tell I have no aspirations to ever be a Supreme Court Justice.) Gotcha.