We're not lost, Sergeant, We're in … France


Stand-up historian
14 January 2011, 12:40
Filed under: WWII

I always got a chuckle when watching History of the World: Part I and Mel Brooks  refers to himself as “stand-up philospher”. Well, my mother-in-law gave me some money for Christmas and I used VistaPrint to make myself some business cards. I’ve never really had a business card before. When I worked for Booz-Allen, they never got around to giving me one in my short six-month tenure. When I had my own development “company”, I printed about two dozen cards for myself. When I was pitching a contract with a little company, they gave me half-a-dozen cards to hand out. I did design and purchase a box of business cards for my dog, Henry, as a joke, since VistaPrint was running a deal and it cost me about $10 for a box. So, now I had some extra money, a desire to hand out cards and… this blog to include as the URL for my thoughts. Now, I have a business card and it identifies me as:

David Navarre

Historian

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