Monthly Archives: September 2004


Congratulations to Josh and Liz on the birth of their bouncing baby boy! Hopefully there will be more information and a picture coming soon!

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One Nation, Under God . . .

A college professor, an avowed Atheist, was teaching his class. He shocked several of his students when he flatly stated that there is no God, the expression, “One Nation, Under God”, was unconstitutional, and further, he was going to prove … Continue reading

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It’s a Marine Thing

by Stacy Kaucher At the Vietnam War Memorial (The Wall) in Washington, DC sits a flag pole. At it’s base are the seals of all the services: Army, Navy, Marines (United States Marine Corps), Air Force, and Coast Guard. Every … Continue reading

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Carpool (or You are a Genocidal Dictator)

I found this at the Flip Off a Hummer home page.

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Photo Galleries

I have finally gotten around to updating the picture pages. I was looking for a photo gallery program, but there are just too many bad free ones out there to sort through, I am too frugal to pay for one. … Continue reading

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Weblog Add-Ons

I am all done tinkering with my web log for now. I have added several features that I think everyone will like. A new comment popup link that looks almost identical to the old link, but doesn’t disappear on the … Continue reading

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E-Mail this Article

I added an “e-mail this article” link to make life easier on my mother. I hope you like it, Mom. I have not formatted the page yet, I was happy enough just getting it working. I will format the pages … Continue reading

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Separated at Birth?

I found this at Little Green Footballs.

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A little shady . . . .

Microsoft has decided that it will only release security patches for IE if you are running Windows XP. You can find the full story at Sounds like it is time to switch over to Firefox.

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What is the world coming to?

After seven years of consistent gains, the U.S. beer market contracted 0.3% in 2003 to 2.8 billion 2.25-galloncases, according to the latest Adams Beer Handbook published by Adams Beverage Group. “Beer consumption clearly took a hit from the focus on … Continue reading

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