Saturday, December 26, 2009

HFN & HFA

My 9 minute younger twin brother Luther, his blond wife Libby, his smiley office assistant Beth and my foxy assistant Allison (in white) and I met next door at Doolittles Restaurant for lunch on Tuesday. My company is called "Hagen Financial Network" and his company is called "Hagen Financial Advantage." Is that kinda confusing?

15 comments:

  1. Hello, younger-by-9-minutes brother and greetings to Allison, meeting her at last! Do you still think you're handsomer than little brother? Hmm! We should probably take a vote!!

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  2. :) I would say it is a bit confusing.

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  3. Is there an advantage over a network? Or is the network the advantage? Or does a network have an added advantage? Or is there an advantage in having a network?
    Cheers.
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  4. You guys should merge and just call it "Hagen Financial."

    :)

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  5. Who decided that you were going to wear the blue tie? The babe to the right looks kinda familiar!

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  6. Very confusing! Loved your Christmas posts, your daughters are so pretty!

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  7. That is a little confusing. I think you should merge too!

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  8. "Hagen Financial.".... is perhaps a good name, if you are thinking of merging with your twin brother.
    Anyway, looks like you had a nice time together. Enjoy the rest of your holiday too.

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  9. Blossom Flower Girl took the words right off of «Louis's» keyboard!

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  10. I would get confused, for sure. But it looks like a wonderful time together.

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  11. Not confusing if you know who you are. Now that could be confusing. MB

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  12. I am voting for the merge either...

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  13. Wow, I am very much impressed!

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  14. Did you have to fight it out to get advantage over network? Or is it the other way 'round? I'm confused!

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