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John Krumm

Thanks for the update, Joe. It's always interesting to read about what you've been up to, and this story was especially interesting. I'm sorry it didn't work out. Darn economy. I'm sure, at least, that you leared a lot about public displays going through all this. I'm impressed that you got as far as you did. I hope you'll be able to take this experience and build on it elsewhere.


Kia ora Joe,
Sorry to read of this development, but as is written above there are some pretty impressive accomplishments to look upon. It will be interesting to see what sort of amazing doors open to you. Kia kaha my friend.


Good luck and keep in touch

Joe McCarthy

Thanks for the kind words of support and encouragement. I do believe I learned a lot during this most recent chapter, and suspect that new insights from the experience will continue to unfold ... much as they did - and still do - well after the last time I was ruminating about when one door closes, another opens.

Dana Pavel

Hi Joe! Sorry to hear about this. However, I also do believe that the end of something is the beginning of something else :-) Good luck in the quest for your next experience.

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