Posted by Brian @ 12:10 am on March 13th 2006

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Brian Jamison is an “ecopreneur” dedicated to demonstrating socially responsible, environmentally harmonious, reasonably profitable business practices. In previous years he’s founded a number of companies from balloon delivery to video game development. He lives in Portland, Oregon having escaped the foul vapors of his home town of Los Angeles.

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  1. Hey Brian,

    On this very site you wrote, “I was wandering near my hotel in Edinburgh the other day, and being somewhat esurient, was on the lookout for vittles.”

    I can only say two things… well three, actually. First – THAT sentence is so YOU on so many levels. I mean you put, esurient into the middle of an otherwise plebeian composition. For most others, it would most certainly be so as to obfuscate some deep seeded insecurity that impels them to verbally overcompensate. With you, however, one comes to realize that, like putting sugar in the coffee, one can’t seem to live without it once we realize how much we like the way it tastes. (ha, I said, obfuscate…)

    Second – I miss you.

    Third – I credit you with single handedly giving me both the tools and model business acumen model to make a decent living all these years. So, I just needed to take a moment to say thanks.

    “…THANKS!”

    PS – and I do miss you

    Comment by Shaun Ravens — October 5, 2011 @ 5:57 am

  2. Hey Sean!

    You’re most welcome, but you deserve the credit – you did all the work!

    I miss you too – I have such great memories of working on the Aikido newsletter with you and all the time spent in the dojo. You were always such a great Sempai to me, welcoming me into the dojo, pushing my technique, and sharing so much information. You taught me a lot of lessons on and off the mat, so I say thank you right back!

    PS I’ve been looking for a way to put esurient into a blog post for a long time. :)

    Comment by Brian — October 6, 2011 @ 12:48 pm

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