When I was Deeply Wrong in 2008

August 28, 2013 — 4 Comments

I went through some old posts and stories about me tonight and I read this quote I wrote back in 2008.
What more can I say that I was deeply wrong:

…Life’s to short to ignore your family. Arrington is significantly older than me and has never been married; if the cost of being successful is being alone then I’d rather be unsuccessful and with my wife and son, and I’m sorry if that makes me soft in the eyes of some people. The best thing about The Inquisitr is being free to set my own timetable and taking a day off if and when I want to (and I hired a weekend writer to allow me to do just that). Sure, I still work long hours and spend far too much time in front of a computer (or iPhone) and the work/ family balance isn’t perfect, but its a damn lot better than it use to be.

Guess what, it didn’t work.

End of the day if your partner falls in love with the husband of the woman she wants to donate her eggs to under IVF at Epworth in Melbourne, there is literally nothing you can do.

End of story.


4 responses to When I was Deeply Wrong in 2008

  1. We live and learn, Duncan. Best wishes and much love to you!

  2. Wow, sounds like I missed an “interesting” period of your life mate… Coincidentally, you missed one of mine hah. Grab me on skype/email sometime? And, yes, I know I owe you an email but… see above on “intersting” period of life! Will respond soon 🙂

  3. Jeremy
    can you email me duncan at nichenet.com.au with your latest email, not sure what it is but would love to catch up

  4. Thank you for sharing this information, it can be said that what has passed is always the sense of its own, people will recognize it in a certain period of time.

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