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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 26 December 2005 
  • Greetings from the Edi...
  • BMI Mail Testers Needed
  • Holiday humor
  • Online Shopping
  • Helpful Tips
  • Online Classes
  • Holiday Flavor!
  • Jesting with Jon
  • Where is the Owners Ma...
  • Windows to the Weather
  • Grandma's China
  • Why BMI?
  • Find Santa Contest
  • POM Coast Computers
  • Kudos
  • The Winners Circle

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  • Jesting with Jon
    by Carol Hall
    December 2005
    Jon has been with BMI for 2 years and serves as one of our Customer Service Representatives. In addition to helping customers with questions, he is also in charge of our Partner Program at BMI. Jon excels at being not only helpful and friendly, but very thorough in all he does! We are very pleased to have Jon as part of our BMI Family.

    Editor: Where were you born, and where did you grow up?
    Jon: I was born in Walla Walla, WA and grew-up in Milton-Freewater, OR

    Editor: What was your FIRST paying job?
    Jon: Pulling weeds in Mr. French's garden when I was 6 years old

    Editor: What was the "worst" or "most difficult" job you have ever done?
    Jon: Cleaning the cages and animal runs at the veterinarians office

    Editor: What "historical event" has had the biggest impact on you?
    Jon: The fall of the Berlin wall

    Editor: If you could play any musical instrument, what would it be?
    Jon: The Jazz Saxophone.

    Editor: If you could write a book about anything at all...what would the title be?
    Jon: "Pivotal Moments In American History"

    Editor: Who is your favorite fictional character and why?
    Jon: Bilbo Baggins from the Hobbit, as I once played him in a stage production.

    Editor: What was your very first car?
    Jon: A 1978 dark brown Honda Civic.

    Editor: Where is the one place you have never been, that you would like to visit?
    Jon: The Greek Islands

    Editor: If you could only eat one food, for the rest of your life, what would it be?
    Jon: "Granny's Buffet" (I told him I thought that was an unfair answer, and he just laughed.

    Editor: Close your eyes and imagine you are in a place called "Perfect" Where are you?
    Jon: Heaven
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