Just spent the last 2 days working through the Las Vegas convention center checking out a bunch of cool products at the SEMA show.  But this trip is short and succinct.  I've hardly had time to lose money playing blackjack.

It's on to the AGRSS Conference regarding safe windshield installation.  It's a collection of the best folks in the industry - a regular who's who in the auto glass industry - an industry that has had trouble respecting itself until AGRSS came along.  Tonight i had dinner with some folks i met who run a successful glass business in Pueblo, and Kerry Soat from fas-break windshield repair.  Kerry is largely responsible for me being in this business for 14 years.  He is a straight shooting, fair, and knowledgable asset to the industry - and he's been at it for 34 years.

Tomorrow, breakfast with Chesley Sullenberger, the pilot who landed his plane in the hudson river, followed by a speech from the man himself.  That should be interesting.  I wonder what goes through your head when you finally realize and commit to the decision to put 'er down in the hudson.

I will keep everyone posted on his remarks.  Until then, i gotta get some sleep!