|06-23-2010, 09:30 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2010
I was charged with a $30 over-the-limit fee when I was fresh out of college and purchased something that pushed my balance over $200. I didn't see the need to so carefully track spending when it seemed a trivial programming task to make sure that cards were not charged over the purported "limit".
I thought by definition of limit the process would have been
if(balance > limit) decline purchase else accept purchase
accept purchase if(balance > soCalledLimit) charge a fee
|06-24-2010, 02:19 AM||#6 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
My girlfriend Mila and I are planning to come to Rachelle's Saturday 1:30pm show. It would be great to meet with you after even if just for a short greeting. Depending on your plans.
I have read your blog since 2006. I also got your book.
They have been very helpful to me.
I also started two SBI sites after seeing your testimonial.
At any rate it would be nice to get a chance to say thanks for all the great work in person.
We will be coming in from Hamilton which is about an an hour and a half away.
I think we will be camping someplace near London that weekend. We really haven't figured any of that out.
I hope to see you there.
Two paragraphs before the More About London Heading
"Helping out behind the scenes is a different experience for me since Iím used to being the guy on stage. I think I get more nervous for Rachelle doing her shows that I ever did before doing a speech or a workshop."
I believe the that should be a than.
|06-24-2010, 06:12 PM||#8 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Ontario, Canada
And here I was planning to make a thread about Rachelle's show, looks like I was too slow.
I went to see Rachelle's second performance of "unADULTeRATED me" in London, the one that Steve mentioned had earned a standing ovation.
Admittedly, I didn't know what to expect going in (well, except for it involved a clown, cabaret, and a striptease ) so I had no expectations.
Let me just say that that ovation was well earned! Rachelle's performance was amazing. Her use of audience interaction and her ability to improvise so flawlessly really drew the whole audience in; neither cell phones, spills, nor sticky pages could stand in the way!
And the overarching message, having the courage to express your true self, was incredibly inspiring.
If you're anywhere near London or Toronto, and you're over the age of 18, you have no excuse to not see this show!
Steve, it was awesome meeting you (and a little surreal sitting right next to you while your girlfriend stripped...). You guys looked busy with the set tear down afterwards, so at the time I figured I'd best bugger off and leave you to it. Regretfully, I didn't think to stick around in the gallery. Ah well... I'm hoping to drag some Toronto friends to the show once it goes there, I'll be sure to stick around then!
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