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Yeah, I have a hound mix. She's hilarious. If it walks in her yard, she's actively trying to kill it though. She's not two years old yet, but she's bagged 6 snakes, 2 turtles, 5 or 6 birds and a few frogs. She is stubborn sometimes, but she likes to stand on her hind legs when she's happy to see me. She's funny.
That's AWESOME!!! Both options sound great. It's a win win for you really. I'm not doing too badly. Just bending wrenches as always. I had come from business trip in Maryland a couple weeks ago. I wish it could have been a couple days longer so I could explore, but it was a cool trip none the less. What kind of Dogs do you have?
Not a lot. Just training more students and preparing for the holidays. I'm getting ready for another business trip in a couple weeks. We have to work on some technical data. Loads of fun. On the flip side of all of that I find that going to different towns is a lot of fun. I try to touch bases with people from the forum that I know if I can.
I understand what you mean about diplomacy. I used to always try to be diplomatic and found it was more work than it was worth most times. Instead, I worked on presenting the information first and then presenting my findings in a logical manner works pretty well for me in most cases when it comes to business. If that doesn't work, I re-emphasize it. If that doesn't work, I let them wallow in ignorance.
After things blow up in their face they tend to ask what went wrong. I'll take that moment to remind them about the voice of reason that they ignored. I usually get better results after that. Sometimes, you just have to let people fall on their faces with a resounding thud.