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Archive for January, 2009

It’s Done

The letter, the amazing story, the miracle has been recorded and is undergoing its revisions.  The release date has been moved up to Tuesday. It will go out via JECA Update letter (at least partially) and will also be posted on TBAP.

It’s been an amazing month and there are still 2 1/2 hours left to see what else will happen.

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This week, the council made it official, saying it was banning the punctuation mark from signs in a bid to end the dispute once and for all.

Councilor Martin Mullaney, who heads the city’s transport scrutiny committee, said he decided to act after yet another interminable debate into whether “Kings Heath,” a Birmingham suburb, should be rewritten with an apostrophe.

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“I had to make a final decision on this,” he said Friday. “We keep debating apostrophes in meetings and we have other things to do.”

No More Street Sign Apostrophes in England’s Second-Largest City

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JECA’s germ stage is over. Over the past 12 days God has wrought an amazing miracle. I can’t wait to tell you about it next Friday. (Sorry)

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hudson-river-miracleSource

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Regarding my post about having a big day Monday…things are still undecided but it took a significant turn tonight and looks quite promising for the first time.

I can’t wait to give details. You should be equally excited to find out what in the world I’m talking about.

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Here is a video with still photos by two photopgraphers from Time reflect on their eight years in the White House with President Bush.

Photographing the President

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An insightful, readable and interesting article: Why This Stimulus Package Won’t Work–And What Will

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