The other day I read that if everyone would turn off their computers at night, we would save $2.8 billion not to mention the huge reduction in c02 emissions required to produce the energy to run the computers. That's relatively small potatoes compared to what Wall Street f$#@ed us out of recently, but it's not a bad start.
The big news today was that Joisey Ken's wife is having contractions!! JK could have an April Fools Day baby, which would give me an endless supply of joy and ribbing for years to come.
Really, other than JK, it was a slow day. Ricardo was at a client and ESDNM has been busy, so I've been left to my own devices to work. My buddy Joe D. came over today and we talked for about an hour and a half about a new venture that he'll be starting. Nothing revolutionary, but it's a new business to him. He'll be successful I'm pretty sure, but it's a matter of how best to start the business. Always an interesting discussion.
Later in the day, instead of working out which I couldn't do because I was still sore from yesterday's core class (oddly enough I was sore in my legs and butt, two areas that I don't think of as "core" but which we did work on), so I reviewed a batch of resumes for the operations manager position at my church. I'm helping out with the hiring to take some of the stress off the Pastor....plus, how good at interviewing and saying no do you really think a Pastor would be? I on the other hand, am quite proficient at it. :-)