Lessons learned

June 13, 2006 at 6:12 am (Uncategorized)

There is a 400 page book on the Denver airport called "Lessons Learned."  It is typical of major planning projects to revisit things a few years later and examine all the things you did wrong.  I, as a student of planning, recently (2 hours ago) completed what was probably the most stressful 10 week period of my life, and I learned a valuable lesson.  This is something I could only have learned through neglecting a usually very important component of daily life for an extended period, so listen closely

Never buy generic ant traps: they don't work for shit.  However, spraying generic Windex on the line of traffic can cause a massive case of acute toxicity.

That is all.  I plan on starting up here again regularly soon, including a long delayed shout-out to Grundle the Blog; at least I no longer have an excuse not to.   


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