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Wulfgar, THANK YOU for making the journey - it was truly my pleasure and an honor to meet you IRL/F2F. You're not nearly as scary and hideous as I expected. *ducks* And thanks for sharing your wisdom and good humor and civility, friend.
Toggle Commented Jul 21, 2009 on ECW Community Meetup at A Chicken Is Not Pillage
Don't all kids deserve a nice house, a new bike, and the latest video-game system, too?
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I posted about this too -- although I didn't see the episode, several of my co-workers did, and they were NOT impressed with the show's portrayal of our wonderful community. As I said -- if the producers wanted to portray a tiny rural community with more-than-usual anti-government sentiment, there are plenty of other towns in Montana to choose from!
Toggle Commented Nov 10, 2007 on Return to sender at Livingston, I Presume
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Congratulations! Getting your marriage started in Great Falls undoubtedly set things off on the right foot ;-)
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I disagree, Will. The lengthy election process gives America the opportunity to learn as much as possible about the candidates - to observe how they react to situations at home and abroad - how they comport themselves in "gotcha" moments - how they elaborate on their goals - and so on. After all, we're not voting for Prom King or Dog Catcher - we're voting for the President of the United States of America - arguably the most powerful, influential human on the planet, in command of the most powerful military ever created, etc. The lengthy election cycle helps America to "weed out" the fruits and nuts, and those who can't handle the pressure, and the ones who mean well but just don't have the right "magic" to pull it off. Believe me - we are better off for having a longer, not a shorter, election process.
Toggle Commented Jun 15, 2007 on 586 more days of this bullshit? at WWdN: In Exile
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I disagree, Will. The lengthy election process gives America the opportunity to learn as much as possible about the candidates - to observe how they react to situations at home and abroad - how they comport themselves in "gotcha" moments - how they elaborate on their goals - and so on. After all, we're not voting for Prom King or Dog Catcher - we're voting for the President of the United States of America - arguably the most powerful, influential human on the planet, in command of the most powerful military ever created, etc. The lengthy election cycle helps America to "weed out" the fruits and nuts, and those who can't handle the pressure, and the ones who mean well but just don't have the right "magic" to pull it off. Believe me - we are better off for having a longer, not a shorter, election process.
Toggle Commented Jun 15, 2007 on 586 more days of this bullshit? at WWdN: In Exile
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Hey - how come Google Apps costs me $50 per user per year?!
Toggle Commented Mar 22, 2007 on The Google No Brainer at Cobb
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I appreciate your take on the new coins, Cobb. They look pretty cool to me - looking forward to getting one as a "surprise" in my change sometime soon!
Toggle Commented Feb 16, 2007 on The Dollar Coin at Cobb
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"All right, lady, what took you so long?"
Toggle Commented Sep 24, 2005 on Saturday Squirrel Blogging at Watermark
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Awwwww...poor little mousey...makes me sad, too.
Toggle Commented Aug 7, 2005 on One Small Life at Watermark
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Wheeeeee! Pretty cool, eh?
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2005 on Earthquake at Watermark
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Wow. How...bizarre.
Toggle Commented Jul 11, 2005 on Yesterday at Watermark
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