Ten things I’ve learnt this year

by Suw on December 15, 2003

1. Business plans are fairytales.
2. No matter how bad you think your worst case scenario is, reality can be a lot worse.
3. Any neighbour playing deafeningly loud music at 4am is probably not going to react too well to being asked to turn it down.
4. Cats are expert human-trainers.
5. Money is just money; debt is just debt. You can't take either with you when you go.
6. Your family might drive you nuts, but they'll also drive for an hour to look after you when you're really ill.
7. Vomiting doesn't get easier the more you do of it.
8. Most of the people telling you that you can't do something are really telling you that they can't.
9. There are no boundaries in grief – you can mourn the loss of a stranger as much as the loss of a friend.
10. The need to confess is secondary only to the need to publish.

Steve Kane December 15, 2003 at 8:47 pm

Ten Things I've Learnt This Year…

1. I'm a plank.
2. At the current rate, the number of women I have slept with will reach double figures by the time I am 56.
3. Er… That's it, actually…

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Suw December 15, 2003 at 9:26 pm

1. No you're not.
2. It's quality not quantity. Although if you can't manage quality then quantity's just fine.
3. Don't get me started…

Steve Kane December 15, 2003 at 9:52 pm

1. No, really: I am. If there is a way to screw it up, I'll find it.
2. Don't know if I can be arsed to seek out either, to be honest.
3. This has been a remarkably unenlightening year.

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Bram Janssen December 16, 2003 at 10:06 am

1.You don't know how to screw a plank up?
2.How to get quality without quantity?
3.Unenlightening year or unenlightening you?

Steve Kane December 16, 2003 at 1:26 pm

1. The traditional method is with a screw and a screwdriver. But obviously that is not what I meant.
2. Er… what? Are you asking me how to get quality without quantity? I was saying that I can't be bothered to go looking for either at the moment. At least, I think that is what I was saying. You're confusing me.
3. Um… I have no idea what that means.

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