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June 28, 2007

Small World, Ain't It?

A new reader of this blog emailed just a few minutes ago. He noted that I speak of scandium matters here occasionally, as indeed you all know that I do.

He then very kindly introduced himself as being from a company that used scandium. Large quantities of it, in fact, given the small size of the global market. We can see where this is going, can't we?

Clearly, possible supplier and large scale user meet through teh blog....hail the power of Blogistan! All of these hundreds of thousands of words will have been the most excellent advertisement.

I've been his company's exclusive supplier of scandium for a decade.

So, how do I stop him reading any other blogs?

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Don't lose this guy Tim. And don't tell him you are already his supplier.
See what we do is this: I open a phantom company, get a trademark etc, you raise the price, and we submit a bid under my letterhead. You and me split the difference, now you can't say fairer than that.
Change, for the sake of change, and being seen as a "new broom", is what modern management is all about. The bigger the company, the greater the urge to "churn" stuff that has worked perfectly for years.

Tim adds: Interesting stuff: I met up with hte CEO a few weks ago though so too late I think. :-)

Posted by: Monty | Jun 28, 2007 3:47:57 PM

I can supply him with Red Scandium, if he's interested.

Posted by: dearieme | Jun 28, 2007 5:59:32 PM

Yesterday on Thursday 28th June, we launched The Campaign for Legal Government. The purpose of which is to take the Government to court everytime they break the law - which is often.
Contact campaign.legalgovernment@virgin.net
Pass it on. Thank you.

Posted by: The Campaign for Legal Government | Jun 29, 2007 1:50:39 AM