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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 24 October 2005 
NEWSLETTER CONTENTS
  • Greetings from the Edi...
  • BMI Bucks
  • Atrica Server Unveiled
  • News! News! News!
  • VOIP What?
  • What is Broadband?
  • Knowing KJ
  • Your Message Center
  • Funny T-shirts!
  • We are here for YOU
  • Fantasy Football
  • Paying bills Online
  • Pet on the Net
  • The Winners Circle
  • POM - Watersong Comput...
  • Kudos!


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  • Knowing KJ
    by Carol Hall
    October 2005
    KJ has been with BMI for over 5 years and serves as one of our Customer Service Representatives He is one of the friendly and helpful voices you receive when you call on the weekends! In addition to his job at BMI, KJ is also one of BMI's valued partners. He owns and operates KJN Enterprises in which he specializes in personal, in-home computer repair and training. We are honored to have him on our team!

    Editor: Where were you born, and where did you grow up?
    KJ:: I was born in Spokane and I grew up in Walla Walla.

    Editor: What was your FIRST paying job?
    KJy: I worked at Pioneer Carwash when I was 15 years old

    Editor: What was the "worst" or "most difficult" job you have ever done?
    KJ: When I worked as a chrome-plater.

    Editor: What "historical event" has had the biggest impact on you?
    KJ: When Mount St. Helens blew her top in the 1980's.

    Editor: If you could play any musical instrument, what would it be?
    KJ: I already play the guitar and the piano, so I would choose the saxophone

    Editor: If you could write a book about anything at all...what would the title be?
    KJ: "It would be titled "Going Low" about my passion for golf."

    Editor: Who is your favorite fictional character and why?
    kj: (thinking...thinking) "Renn" from Renn and Stimpy, because he is one incredible Chihuahua

    Editor: What was your very first car?
    KJ: It was a 1973 green Plymouth Duster. In fact, I still own it and it still runs. I have even raced it!
    Editor: Where is the one place you have never been, that you would like to visit?
    KJ: Austrailia

    Editor: If you could only eat one food, for the rest of your life, what would it be?
    KJ: Chicken Fajitas!

    Editor: Close your eyes and imagine you are in a place called "Perfect" Where are you?
    KJ: I am on the golf course.
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