I’ll be in Ireland if You Need Me

The S.D. Ireland Construction Company is one of several things that is not Ireland.

The S.D. Ireland Construction Company is one of several things that is not Ireland.

Dear Audience People,

Well, 2012 marks JKL Media’s first profitable year. Money scares us, so we’re moving to Ireland. We’ll return when people stop hurling cash in our direction.

As you can imagine, moving to another country – even temporarily – is a big deal. Therefore, we’re going to continue posting, but the posts will be Xavier’s Miscellany reruns until we’re all settled in. We at JKL believe this is the best solution, because out of our current audience, WordPress tells us that approximately not many people have ever read Xavier’s Miscellany. This is unfortunate, since that’s what Pavlov was founded on, but a real godsend because we can just repost our own stuff like it’s brand-new material.

Before reposting, we’ll revise the stories as we see fit. Therefore, even if you have read them, there may be something new. Or maybe not. We like to keep people on their toes. In any case, we hope you like the refurbished Xavier originals.

Try to keep the States in working order while we’re gone. Thanks.

~Xavier Yes and the Pavlov Team

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7 responses to “I’ll be in Ireland if You Need Me

    • Home base will be in Ireland, and from there, we’ll travel throughout Europe visiting friends and family, and establishing contacts in ideally six countries. Stay tuned for updates and a new JKL site.
      If I give you any more information, you might figure out where to throw the money.

      (I’m going to have to get used to saying)
      Cheers!

      • Be careful not to say cheers in Ireland. I think the toast in Gallic is or sounds like Slaan. Cheers is British. See if you can get to the west Coast. Connameara, Galway, the Dingle Peninsula or the Islands off the west Coast. Have a great time. It’s all good. Bob.

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