Big Inca

To: The Boss

From: Bill

Date: January 22 

Management training? I didn’t know we had any.

~*~

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Big Inca

To: Bill

From: The Boss

Date: January 19

Sometimes it all seems gray. Or gradations of gray. Even politics.

And then it all explodes in color, and differences count.

Sometimes that’s when you find out which politicians are there to move things along, and which ones just what a cut – in effect, impeding you.

As it is, you’re creating an attractive location. Even in the snow. Or maybe because of it.

Make sure our broker knows that.

~*~

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Big Inca

To: The Boss

From: Bill

Date: January 8 

Are you suggesting we turn our attention to consumer goods and marketing? I thought our operation was based on far more esoteric prospects, from technology to finance.

On a lighter note, Manny wants to do something by Phillip Glass as our first opera.

~*~

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Big Inca

To: The Readers

From: The Author

Date: January 1

Everyone gets the day off. I have no idea what they’re doing. If you think you know, fill us in. OK?

While we’re kicking back, though, I’m curious. Would any of you want to update this story by having Bill and his Boss and their colleagues text their exchanges? You know, using the shortcuts, LOL and the like? Or would that too soon be passe or even unintelligible? (My, how quickly the technology keeps changing! Remember, this was cutting edge stuff not all that long ago.)

Speaking of history. The top manager in the mill was called the company agent. Think it fits Bill? He’s an agent, after all — of an undercover sort. Nowadays, we’d prefer a loftier title — general manager, at the least. Maybe even executive director. Just what would you call Bill?

That said, hope you enjoy the day and have a fabulous new year. Just remember, though: Watch your step.

Holiday cheer …

Well, here we are

I live in an old red house with an old red barn in an old milltown in New England. The house and barn are crammed with old books, and I, too, am getting old. This story’s a souvenir of my youth.

Still, I love the thought of living in a mill tower.

~*~

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The clock tower of the Ayer Mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts, is much grander than anything in Bill's project. In fact, I think it's the most impressive mill tower in New England. Just imagine living there, though ... assuming no bells toll the hour.
The clock tower of the Ayer Mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts, is much grander than anything in Bill’s project. In fact, I think it’s the most impressive mill tower in New England. Just imagine living there, though … assuming no bells toll the hour.