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The DRSNews
January/February 2007

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A Special Welcome and Happiest of New Year wishes to all of you
who’ve just joined us! What a great group of friends we’re making
every day with this project! You guys are great!

In this issue:

1) Next issue: Refrigeration System Recharging Basics
    Part 2: Leak Testing & Repair
2) 2007 Food for Thought: Is There a Boulder in Your Road?
3) DRSNews back issues available

1) The plan was to continue discussing refrigeration system service
in this issue, but I’ve fallen so incredibly far behind lately that I just
haven’t been able to get the article written. I do apologize for that.

January's always my busiest month, and I have yet to catch up from
the rush, so I’ve had to postpone this series. We’ll pick it up again
in the next issue, I promise!

I’ve tried about a dozen ‘autoresponder’ systems
over the years to help automate my businesses, but
I’ve NEVER seen one this good! Will save you
HOURS every week!

2) Food for thought for your New Year:

The story is told that in ancient times, a king had a huge
boulder placed on a well-traveled roadway so it almost
blocked the path. The king then hid himself and watched
to see if anyone would remove the rock.

Many people, including some of the king’s wealthiest
merchants and courtiers, came to the huge stone and
navigated their way around it. Most of them loudly
blamed the king for not keeping the roads clear and for
having their travel impeded. None of them, however,
did anything about getting the huge stone out of the way.

Then a peasant came along, carrying a load of vegetables.
On approaching the boulder, the peasant laid down his
burden and tried to move the stone to the side of the road.
After much pushing and straining, he finally succeeded.

As the peasant picked up his load of vegetables to go on,
he noticed a purse lying in the road where the boulder had
been. The purse was full of gold coins and a note from
the king indicating that the gold was for the person who
removed the boulder from the roadway.

The peasant learned what many others never understand:
every obstacle we find in our path presents an opportunity
to rejoice and be rewarded as we do what the Lord wants
us to do. 

James 1:2-5

Special Happy New Year wishes to my amazing ‘office staff’: P3, P4, Dell Axim, Palm Zire, and my Palm Tungsten T5 'brain'. I couldn’t do it without you ‘girls’!

‘’Computers are incredibly fast, accurate, and stupid;
humans are incredibly slow, inaccurate, and brilliant;
together they are powerful beyond imagination.’’ 
– Albert Einstein


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As always, if you have any topics you’d like to see discussed
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best to oblige. And don't forget those testimonials! Many thanks
if you've already sent yours in!

May God richly bless you and yours in 2007,

Dave Harnish
Dave’s Repair Service
New Albany, PA

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