Research almost got me arrested

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5 replies
  1. Abe
    Abe says:

    I swear, Tess, your life story alone would make for great reading. Did you ever think of writing an autobiography? It would also make a great Lifetime movie of the week. Mmmmm, who would we get to play you?

    Abe

  2. PCkelly
    PCkelly says:

    Loved that post and also want to say that Gravity is my favorite book of yours. I actually felt for a while I was in space. Thanks for the trip.

  3. therese
    therese says:

    LOL! Having worked in a few “public” facilities I know there are workshops and seminars for employees to be alert to “suspicious characters”, especially those who seem to take a little too much notice of details – by taking notes.

    Now if we believe how Hollywood portrays bad guys, they are the ones who have photographic memories, invisible cameras and never take notes. 🙂

  4. Mary Duncan
    Mary Duncan says:

    I have dreams about such things. I’m still trying to determine whether or not the publicity of such an ordeal would do me good or not … ;o)

  5. joe bernstein
    joe bernstein says:

    Having been a law enforcement officer for 26 years I can say you look verrrry suspicious.:)I’ve met you,what, four times?
    I also met your husband once.
    Neither of you are good “stop and frisk” subjects.
    I had to face potential “friendly fire” twice in Chicago-no fun whatsoever!!

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