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Dawgs on the run: Brian Brady in Phoenix

Here is Brian Brady, this afternoon in Phoenix:

Brian has family here, which is why he is in town, and he was gracious enough to spend some time with me and Cathleen. We had a chance to catch up, as well as to talk about future BloodhoundBlog Unchained events. We talked about the love of human liberty, too, but I can attest that Brian definitely did not arrive in this vehicle:


5 Comments so far

  1. Brian Brady December 24th, 2011 1:09 am

    I always love hanging out with you in Phoenix, Greg. I feel more connected to this city through my friendship with you than I do from my time living here because you appreciate my need for “real estate gossip” which is a term I just made up for market reports with speculation behind the rise and decline.

    Of course, I love the human liberty talks. Each discussion makes me want to walk a few miles with Willie. I’m certain he’d understand that while I love that car, I’m learning that real freedom comes from the ability to avoid all of that noise and blaze your own trail, nec aspera terrent.

    Readers, we talked about Unchained. The good news is that we’ll present for 90 minutes (free) on RECloudCamp next month. We’ll deliver 3-5 real success stories, from the Unchained conference and hope to whet your appetite for one of the shows. It might be a 3-day conference on Tacoma, WA or Phoenix. It might be a one-day show in San Diego or Seattle.

    Enjoy the holiday Greg and thanks to you and Cathleen for the great afternoon. May you have a glorious dinner with Cathleen’s mother this Sunday!

  2. Greg Swann December 25th, 2011 10:51 am
  3. Brian Brady December 28th, 2011 3:40 pm

    I don’t know what’s wackier: the fact that Santa brought Maggie that gear or the look of pure glee on her face

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  5. Sean Purcell December 29th, 2011 6:47 pm

    “nec aspera terrent”

    Damn I love this place!