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Posted By Mike on Tue-21-dec-2004 || Title: Newsletter Posted || (0) comments
I'm trying my had at a fan news letter for the Denver Broncos.

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Posted By Mike on Mon-06-dec-2004 || Title: GDXlib .04 || (0) comments
I released GDXlib 0.4 today. The tool kit is mature enough now that I plan on porting GEDCOM Tools to it shortly.
Posted By Mike on Sun-05-dec-2004 || Title: Duct tape of the day || (0) comments
The duct tape wallet!
http://www.3m.com/intl/CA/english/centres/home_leisure/duct_tape/dt_wallet.html
Posted By Mike on Sun-05-dec-2004 || Title: TresGeek.org || (0) comments
Just wanted to post that HTTP://TresGeek.org has really come together and recommended for software developers.
Posted By Mike on Wed-06-oct-2004 || Title: The last thing that Tracy won || (1 ) comments
In the ten years that Tracy and I were married, she was always winning stuff. Game tickets, food, movies, DVD player, stereo, money. It was kind of a joke between us how often she won stuff.

After one of Aaron's ballgames we went out to eat at Culvers. Tracy entered her name at Culvers on July 10th, for a mountain bike. I was just notified that she won :)

I picked it up yesterday. I did not need the bike. I already have a mountain bike and Aaron has a brand new mountain bike. But I felt that I was supposed to.

No one questioned me or asked for my ID. I just gave them the paper.

http://mrgibson.com/SIMG0049s.JPG

Yep, it came with that helmet. No, my van is not purple. It was 6:15 when I took the photo and my camera messes up on colors. (time for a new camera soon)

It is a very nice bike. Much better than we have. Aluminum frame, super lite.

Most important it's Tracy's.
Posted By Mike on Mon-27-sep-2004 || Title: Look at how we are seen! || (0) comments
The United States is known as being the world's most stable democracy. But since the Florida 2000 fiasco, things have changed. Europe's famous Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) will now be monitoring the U.S. elections. The institution normally monitors elections in third world countries in transition, and in crisis areas or regions where civil wars have destabilized the political process. In november, the OSCE will be monitoring local and state elections in Kazakhstan, Skopje, Eastern Congo, Ouagadougou and... the United States. As the BBC reports, for some Americans this comes as a humiliation; others see it as a necessity, since they have lost trust in the American election process.
Posted By Mike on Sun-26-sep-2004 || Title: More reasons to vote Republican || (0) comments
Iraq:

Providing health care to all Iraqis is sound policy. Providing health care to all Americans is socialism.

The best way to improve military morale is to praise the troops in speeches while slashing veterans' benefits and combat pay.

Morals and Ethics:

A president lying about an extramarital affair is a impeachable offense. A president lying to enlist support for a war in which thousands die is solid defense policy.

Being a drug addict is a moral failing and a crime, unless you're a conservative radio host like Rush Limbaugh. Then it's an illness, and you need our prayers for your recovery.

What Bill Clinton did in the 1960s is of vital national interest, but what Bush did in the '80s is irrelevant.
Posted By Mike on Sat-25-sep-2004 || Title: Bush logic part 1 || (0) comments
Policy:
Saddam was a good guy when Reagan armed him, a bad guy when Bush's daddy made war on him, a good guy when Cheney did business with him and a bad guy when Bush needed a "we can't find Bin Laden" diversion.

Trade:
Trade with Cuba is wrong because the country is communist, but trade with China and Vietnam is vital to a spirit of international harmony.

Thanks Deb :)
Posted By Mike on Thu-09-sep-2004 || Title: More on Family Tree info || (0) comments
I have started posting "trees" in the Documents Module.
Posted By Mike on Fri-03-sep-2004 || Title: two free cats || (0) comments
9 year old American short hair, female, black with white face and feet. has an unique goatee. Very good with young children, has taken years of abuse without biting. Front paws declawed.

3 year old Norwegian, female, tan, red, grey mixture. Has the signature fur, nose, tuffs of hair between paws and meow. Shy at first but loving. Front paws declawed. An indoors only cat.

Both free to a good home.
Posted By Mike on Fri-03-sep-2004 || Title: new van || (0) comments
Everyone is asking what my new van looks like.

Well this is what it looks like

Posted By Mike on Thu-02-sep-2004 || Title: Family Tree stuff || (0) comments
A while ago I had Tons of family tree data spread out over several flat databases. There was so much data, it was hard to sort through. I'm now taking this data and reorganizing it. So hopefully soon I will have some of the data back online.
Posted By on Thu-02-sep-2004 || Title: New Personal Log || (0) comments
As you might have noticed, a new Personal Log system has been put into place. Hopefully this will be easier for me to maintain and post to more often. ;)

I still have bugs in the system though.
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