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Lucky Seven

posted by Bob Lawless

Seventh BirthdayToday is the seventh anniversary of the launch of Credit Slips. It just seemed important to note the date for the historical record. That is not bad for a blog that was started, more or less, on a lark to see if it was any fun to do. I had to use the 7-ball image this because next year an 8-ball would be cliched.

I am on a family vacation this week so I think I'll celebrate the day by playing golf. If you're in the vicinity, hard hats are recommended.

Seven-ball image courtesy of Shutterstock


Detroit filed bankruptcy in your honor.

Happy 7th! You and your colleagues are doing great work.

I think golf counts as a personal vacation. For family, you need touch football or ultimate Frisbee.

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