Thursday, December 2, 2010

Michigan Expats Interview : Josiah Ryan


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By Mr. Sig

I took the liberty of interviewing international sophisticate, Josiah Ryan.  He’s a friend of mine, but is well travelled and brings his own unique perspective on the benefits and pitfalls of considering Michigan to work or live.

This is in the podcast feed, so if you are subscribed, you already have it.

To everyone else, you can listen in here.

1 comment:

  1. If our value is only derived from our usefulness to society and the economy, where is the place for elderly grandparents and handicapped children? What will happen to me when I am too old to live independently?

    Also, where is the place of "home" in this global economy? Is there any value to knowing your neighbors and seeing people you know at the grocery store?

    It's wonderful to hear again about all the good things in Michigan, the reasons I can't imagine leaving.