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2018 - Perhaps Older, Certainly Not More Mature, But Love What I Do
by John Jazwiec

I do have a day job. I am going to keep this post up at the top, as a transparent reference to my own aging ... since this blog started in 2010.

Here was a picture taken of me at our User Conference (UC) in April.

Dressed up in CEO costume ...

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In costume on stage, live ...

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First time in my life successfully escaping Epcot before it was sealed. The high sign was me - very, very maturely - saying goodbye to this imaginary reality, for no other reason than I can fathom other than I am a control freak.

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