Paul Duncan ’79 writes that he is "Semiretired and writing a book called High Technology and Complex Decision-king. Spends time fishing. When Sony was first coming out with a compact disk, I worked on that as a consultant and had the name changed. They wanted to call it WORM (Write Once Read Many Times) and I convinced them that wouldn’t go well in the States. I worked on over a thousand projects. I did the strategic two year and five year strategic planning for Kodak and its affiliates. I helped manage and market the introduction of the first color copier. I okayed the underseas cable in the Atlantic for private networks. From ’75 to ’79 my girlfriend at the time made me a handmade quilt bedspread and I still use it every night. It’s still in great shape. After SCU went to grad school at Berkeley, but you just don’t get that SCU community. Personal edict: ‘Never abandon your own ship.’" I am the West Coast Director of the Pathological Liars Society. But then, how can you believe that??