Backpack Project-A Language Barrier

Backpack Project-A Language Barrier

It Helps To Approach People Who Speak English When we left off in the last installment I had chased down a young man walking across the Washington University campus. He was carrying a backpack and being followed by two women. It was not clear if they were all together...
Risk It All For the Ultimate Payoff

Risk It All For the Ultimate Payoff

Risk and Reward Risk is a subject that has always played a part in my life. In fact risk still plays an important part. At this time in my life I could be sitting back and reaping the rewards of my many years in the practice of law. Instead, I have decided to risk...
Backpack Project-Getting Started

Backpack Project-Getting Started

Maybe a script will help Since my first attempt was less than productive I gave some thought to ways that I might approach people in a less threatening manner. My wife opined that I might seem a little intrusive if I just walked up the strangers and asked to look in...
Looking Over Your Shoulder

Looking Over Your Shoulder

Keep Your Eyes On The Road Lately a number of my clients have told me that they feel bad about things that have happened in their past. They are worried about how those things are affecting their future. These things range from past financial problems to not having...
Backpack Project-My First Attempt

Backpack Project-My First Attempt

My Backpack? No Way! The backpack project started out with an idea that I could find out a lot about people by what they carry in their backpack. It was curious to me that so many people were carrying backpacks in these current times. Was the backpack replacing the...

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