Water and Wastewater International is my new favorite magazine. Have I ever read it, no. Do I intend to read it, no. Still, I love it. Why you ask? This company is based at 1421 S. Sheridan Rd, Tulsa, Oklahoma. When I looked up their contact information I gasped. Here is a company, globally successful, successful enough to have advertisements from the United Kingdom in the publication from the city where I was born and worked most of my life. After my initial screams of glee subsided and my office was staring at me I shared the news, and in British humour (see what I did there?) they said that it was an error in the database. Massive! Now I was the stupid one. But soft, anon, there, listed below was and address in Essex. Hooray! Water and Wastewater International is saved! I was so excited to see this that I once again gasped with glee and told the tale. My office must really love my American “sparkle,” huh? The fact that this publication is in the database means a lot. The world is flat (I sense a theme here) and someone from the sleepy little city of Tulsa (for those that don’t know it, think Waco) can make it big in London. If a publication that hints at stories concerning sewage is good enough, then maybe I am too.