band back together

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I was a small and essential part of a tech-support startup. The relationship between me and the Indian hefe was brokered by one of my Indian amigos. This friend has earned and has retained my loyalty, and soon I was partners with his boss, and after a Capital One decline our business was approved by bankofamerica for merchant processing. The Indian synonym for merchant processing is payment gateway. The first clients were acquired and served during the first week. Combining irony with heart-breaking disappointment the first week of clients was the last. In what rates as an act of mother nature near level nine Chennai India had a flood, and all my Chennai amigos were offline, which can be compared to death in a digital-and-digital-voice relationship like I have with these Chennai men. God shined on Chennai again and all my amigos survived (at least I’ve discovered zero who perished). In time both my friend and his former boss were pinging with me again and there was talk of restarting the tech support company, which I was eager to do. Dear kind readers: If you don’t know the movie Blues Brothers well enough to understand, “get the band back together” then please, I’m begging; I’ll do anything, por favor watch it again. Jake and Elwood reunite a band after Elwood is released from prison. Elwood is Dan Aykroyd and Jake was played by the late John Belushi. Sincerely, Tom Doody. With the prospect of a tech-support business renaissance I felt as excited as Jake and Elwood getting the band back together, but . . . but . . . but . . . the former hefe quit pinging me, and info from another source tells me he abandoned hope of a tech-support rebirth — wow — okay — recovering from my second tech-support crash. Dear kind readers: The Indian-side of this story includes jail time — really. The former hefe accused my amigo of stealing sixteen computers, and he was briefly imprisoned. Sincerely, Tom Doody. My friend who was also the original broker has advanced my twice-crashed tech-support dream again. After a delay mostly traceable to me we are making progress. As soon as I get the passport-accurate names of my two Indian partners I’ll be registering the business a second time — minus the first hefe — we’re getting the band back together. »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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