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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 28 February 2006 
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  • Medical Online
  • How Did That Song Go?
  • 14 Funnies
  • Online Casinos
  • Auto Insurnace Made Easy
  • That's Amore!
  • February-How Short Tho...
  • Catching up with Colin
  • BMI Expands Support Ho...
  • Let's Talk Viruses
  • POM KJN Enterprises
  • Kudos
  • The Winners Circle


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  • Catching up with Colin
    by Carol Hall
    February 2006
    Colin has been with Blue Mountain Internet for about 6 months, and works as one of our friendly Customer Service Representatives. Colin is often times that voice you hear when you call on the weekends! So, I visited a bit with him to get to know him better, and decided to share with you!

    Editor: Where were you born, and where did you grow up?
    Colin: I was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon.

    Editor: What was your FIRST paying job?
    Colin: I was a bumbling plumber's apprentice for my dad the summer before I started high school.

    Editor: Are you named after anyone?
    Colin: A family friend; Colin MacGregor.

    Editor: Who is your favorite fictional character, and why?
    Colin: Dr. Jack Ryan, from the Tom Clancy novels.

    Editor: What was the Best advice you ever received, and from whom?
    Colin: "Don't have roommates." - My grandma told me and I didn't listen the first time. I did the second.

    Editor: If you could write a book about anything at all...what would the title be?
    Colin: There needs to be a simple book about the rules of tennis. "Tennis Explained" would be the title.

    Editor: What is your "all time favorite" movie?
    Colin: GoodFellas. Superb filmmaking.

    Editor: What was your very first car?
    Colin: 1969 Volkswagen Beetle. It was christened Farf.

    Editor: Where is the one place you have never been, that you would like to visit?
    Colin: Europe.

    Editor: If you could only eat one food, for the rest of your life, what would it be?
    Colin: Lasagna.

    Editor: Close your eyes and imagine you are in a place called "Perfect" Where are you?
    Colin: Strolling a path next to a river on a fall afternoon.
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