* The Big Jewel welcomes newcomer Gregory Hischak to the mix today, with a great article that may or may not be about wildlife preservation. Thanks for reading, and have a great week! --- Preserve By Gregory Hischak We climbed slowly out of a pale thicket of aspens, working our way up the shoulder of a ridge until we reached a wide plateau of sage grasses. It was there that we spied them: grazing in a tight pack about 50 yards ahead of us, a herd of seven senior account coordinators. "You can tell they're senior by the size of their horns," my companion remarked, handing me the binoculars. Realizing that they were being watched, the account coordinators warily turned their large dark eyes upon us. Their shoes glistened in the dew and their well-combed manes gleamed in the clarity of high desert light. Hesitantly, the herd approached, their lanky trousered limbs rustling through the short scrub sage, until they were a short distance from us. There they stopped as the most senior of the senior account coordinators, a mature male in a majestic blue Armani and pale yellow tie, came forward to hand us his card: Travis Marquist Senior Account Coordinator For the full article, please visit: http://www.thebigjewel.com/preserve/ --- To subscribe/unsubscribe from The Big Jewel's Hilarious Weekly Email please send an email to list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx with your request. As we are all blind, please send in New Braille.