Monthly Archives: November 2012

Originally posted on CNN Political Ticker:
(CNN) – President Barack Obama and his former rival Mitt Romney will meet Thursday for their first get-together since the November 6 election, according to a statement from White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.…

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Why do you read?

Friends, I went to an interesting class a week ago. I learned about story telling. We used stories from the Bible. I was amazed to learn 15% of people read. 85% of people only read if they have to. Why … Continue reading

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WordPress is an experiment

Everyone, Have you noticed in the bottom left corner of your blog’s dashboard these words, “An Automattic Experiment”? I cannot believe professionals producing a product as EXPENSIVE as wordpress for as little as you get from the product would be … Continue reading

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How to blog for all you are worth?

Anyone? Do you know how much money the ‘top bloggers’ make? Have you ever wondered how you can turn your passion for writing into cold hard cash? Well …. I will write more about that in the future. But, I … Continue reading

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Helicopter Used in Katrina Relief to be Displayed at DC Armory

Originally posted on CBS DC:
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – A helicopter used during Hurricane Katrina relief efforts will touch down for the last time at the D.C. Armory on Wednesday. The UH-1V helicopter is scheduled to be permanently mounted for display…

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Originally posted on kidlingville:
Confession: when I started this post, it was going to be funny. Nothing earth-shattering. You wouldn’t have spit out your lunch. You wouldn’t have peed your pants. You might not even have laughed out loud. But…

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Originally posted on The Misfortune Of Knowing:
Many of us scour libraries, attics, government data, cemetery records, and online sources to learn more about where we come from, hoping that uncovering the stories of the generations before us will give…

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