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November 29, 2022

Going Concern March Madness: Saturdays vs. Deadlines, Eating Junk vs. Depression and More in #BusySeasonProblems Sweet 16

As exciting as Round 2 was, the Sweet 16 looks even better. Saturdays vs. Deadlines, Eating Poorly vs. Depression and Less sex vs. Less exercise are all toss-ups. Plus, we have some some Cinderellas left, so that's fun.

Long hours is quietly going about its business and I suspect that it will make short work of those deplorable clients who dump all their info on you a week prior to deadline.

Polls will stay open through midnight pacific time on Friday. Vote your like jobs depend on it.

   

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Here's the rest of the GCMMBSP schedule: 
March 27 — Elite Eight
March 30 –Final Four
April 1 — Championship

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