Strolling through the streets of Devonport, we crossed in front of a boutique stationery store. I was immediately struck by the elegance of the display and the attention to detail. The white lettering and white desk were in stark contrast to the black antique Smith-Corona Junior typewriter. The display conjured up images of writers toiling away, typing away while they cursed their occasional error and struggled to make corrections. So, for all those writers who remember the classic typewriter and everything that went with it, this one’s for you. Enjoy the memories.
I started out as a skip tracer. Just in case you don’t know, that’s the guy who finds the people who don’t want to be found. It was the little things—getting paid to lie—that made skip tracing the fun part of the job.
Those years of chasing deadbeats taught me many valuable life lessons, such as liars come from all walks of life, and always keep your car in the garage.
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