Anticipate, evacuate, re-evaluate

May 4th, 2007 at 3:53 pm by james

Always good advice for the air traveller but, I’ve learned, also the modus operandi of the well-heeled personal protection professional. Who would have thought … . Still, if you need one of those I have a number.

7 Responses to “Anticipate, evacuate, re-evaluate”

  1. Tim Says:

    Hi James, spent yesterday and today at MHS for the Hilton match, first team won 40-0, very satisfying.

  2. james Says:

    Nice! I’d like to see another of those games. Thanks Tim

  3. gerry Says:

    What has that got to do with anticipate, evacuate, re-evaluate? What was he on about in the first place? On the other hand how can a psychologist get satisfaction from an anihilation? Life is increasingly confusing.

  4. james Says:

    That’s interesting, I had imagined age brought with it a sort of sublime objective clarity. Obviously not.

    Having said that, you’re not the first to miss the tenuous associations underpinning my overwrought witticism. Michelle was not, in fact, suffering from panic attacks but from stiff muscles from pilates. My bodyguard shared his anticipate, evacuate, etc strategy with me and I was surprised by its similarity to my toilet strategy prior to flying. It has to do with drinking lots of coffee.

  5. gerry Says:

    What bodyguard?

  6. gerry Says:

    I repeat, what bodyguard?

  7. james Says:

    Tenacity, however, clearly grows with grey hair. My driver last Friday in Jo’burg was also a bodyguard. It was strange to feel so safe being shuttled between my meetings.

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