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FReeper Canteen ~ Do You Know Your State Capitals? ~ 22 January 2014
Serving The Best Troops and Veterans In The World !! | The Canteen Crew

Posted on 01/21/2014 6:01:30 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska

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1 posted on 01/21/2014 6:01:31 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska
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To: Kathy in Alaska

Freep mail me to be on or off the Daily Bread ping list


Bricks Without Straw

January 22, 2014

Read: Exodus 6:1-13

I will rescue you . . . , and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm. —Exodus 6:6
Bible in a Year:
Exodus 4-6; Matthew 14:22-36

Many of us face the challenge of working with limited resources. Equipped with less money, less time, dwindling energy, and fewer helpers, our workload may remain the same. Sometimes, it even increases. There’s a saying that sums up this predicament: “More bricks, less straw.”

This phrase refers to the Israelites’ hardship as slaves in Egypt. Pharaoh decided to stop supplying them with straw, yet he required them to make the same number of bricks each day. They scoured the land to find supplies, while Pharaoh’s overseers beat them and pressured them to work harder (Ex. 5:13). The Israelites became so discouraged that they didn’t listen when God said through Moses, “I will rescue you . . . , and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm” (6:6).

Although the Israelites refused to hear God’s message, God was still guiding and directing Moses, preparing him to speak to Pharaoh. God remained firmly on Israel’s side—at work behind the scenes. Like the Israelites, we can become so downhearted that we ignore encouragement. In dark times, it’s comforting to remember that God is our deliverer (Ps. 40:17). He is always at work on our behalf, even if we can’t see what He is doing.

Lord, please help me to trust You despite my
discouragement. I invite You to fill me with
hope through the power of Your Holy Spirit.
Let my life testify of Your faithfulness.
Times of trouble are times for trust.



2 posted on 01/21/2014 6:01:43 PM PST by The Mayor (Honesty means never having to look over your shoulder.)
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To: Kathy in Alaska


REQUEST PERMISSION TO COME ABOARD



CHARLESTOWN, Mass. (Jan. 14, 2008) The first major snowfall of the New Year blankets the USS Constitution. Despite the weather "Old Ironsides," remained open for free public tours. At 210 years-old, USS Constitution is the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world, manned by 67 active-duty United States Sailors and visited by nearly half a million visitors annually. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Eric Brown (Released)

GOD BLESS AND PROTECT OUR TROOPS AND OUR BELOVED NATION!!!





Boston, Oct. 21, 2009 - Boatswains Mate 2nd Class Philip Gagnon pipes as USS Constitution performs an underway demonstration in honor of the three-masted wooden frigate's 212th birthday. (U.S. Navy photo by Airman Mark Alexander/Released).
(Click for Bosun’s Whistle)




USS Constitution's 1812 Marine Guard fire vintage Springfield flintlock muskets during the ship's underway. "Old Ironsides" was underway for the "Constitution Day Cruise," which is conducted to thank the family and supporters of Constitution. U.S. Navy photo by Airman Nick Lyman (Released)

OUR TROOPS ROCK!!!!!!!






"Riamh nár dhruid ó sbairn lann!"

Genuflectimus non ad principem sed ad Principem Pacis!

Listen, O isles, unto me; and hearken, ye people, from far; The LORD hath called me from the womb; from the bowels of my mother hath he made mention of my name. (Isaiah 49:1 KJV)

3 posted on 01/21/2014 6:01:49 PM PST by ConorMacNessa (HM/2 USN, 3/5 Marines RVN 1969 - St. Mlichael the Archangel defend us in Battle!)
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To: Kathy in Alaska
Sergei Rachmaninov plays “The Star Spangled Banner”
4 posted on 01/21/2014 6:01:49 PM PST by Publius ("Who is John Galt?" by Billthedrill and Publius now available at Amazon.)
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To: Kathy in Alaska






Supporting our Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Airmen, and Coast Guardsmen
at more than 1,000 places across the U. S. and around the world.

Brad Fletcher - To All Our Mothers Children

Due South - The Good Guys

Perry Nunley - When Freedom Rings

FReeper musical artists. Let me know if you have a submission.



5 posted on 01/21/2014 6:01:49 PM PST by AZamericonnie
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To: The Mayor

Good evening, Mayor, and thanks for today’s sustenance for body and soul.


6 posted on 01/21/2014 6:02:41 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska ((~RIP Brian...the Coast Guard lost a good one.~))
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To: The Mayor; SandRat; ConorMacNessa; BIGLOOK; laplata; mountainlion; HiJinx; Jet Jaguar; Publius; ...

Hello Veterans, wherever you are!!


7 posted on 01/21/2014 6:04:22 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska ((~RIP Brian...the Coast Guard lost a good one.~))
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To: Kathy in Alaska
You Really Know Your State Capitols
You Got 20 State Capitols Correct

You're either a geography buff... or you have an excellent memory.
Do You Know Your State Capitols?
Blogthings: 100's of Fun, Free Quizzes and 3 Stupid Ones

8 posted on 01/21/2014 6:07:27 PM PST by Repeal The 17th (We have met the enemy and he is us.)
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To: Kathy in Alaska
Hi Kathy! Hugs2 You 1 zps9409c58b

Cooled down to 106F but tonight it's gonna be 79F.

Doggie rescue pic's that was sent to me.

 photo bizarre_and_beautiful_pics_that_are_zps6289d6d8.jpg

Momma dog went back into the fire to rescue her pups. Put them in the fire engine compartment.

9 posted on 01/21/2014 6:08:27 PM PST by SkyDancer (Imagine a world without politicians, lawyers and federal judges.)
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To: ConorMacNessa
Permission Granted!


10 posted on 01/21/2014 6:09:08 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska ((~RIP Brian...the Coast Guard lost a good one.~))
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To: Kathy in Alaska

20 out of 20. I knew all the capitols before I was 10.


11 posted on 01/21/2014 6:09:48 PM PST by GSWarrior
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To: SandRat

Happy Birthday Sandy & many happy returns of the day! *Hugs*


12 posted on 01/21/2014 6:10:02 PM PST by AZamericonnie
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To: Kathy in Alaska

I got 17. At one time I knew them all.

I don’t even know which ones I missed.


13 posted on 01/21/2014 6:10:20 PM PST by yarddog (Romans 8: verses 38 and 39. "For I am persuaded".)
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To: SkyDancer

Awwwww...Janie that is precious! *Hugs*


14 posted on 01/21/2014 6:11:19 PM PST by AZamericonnie
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To: Kathy in Alaska


Thanks very much, Kathy!

***HUGS***



Coming aboard as we speak. Rendering Hand Salutes to our National Colors and to the Officer of the Deck!






"Riamh nár dhruid ó sbairn lann!"

Genuflectimus non ad principem sed ad Principem Pacis!

Listen, O isles, unto me; and hearken, ye people, from far; The LORD hath called me from the womb; from the bowels of my mother hath he made mention of my name. (Isaiah 49:1 KJV)

15 posted on 01/21/2014 6:12:10 PM PST by ConorMacNessa (HM/2 USN, 3/5 Marines RVN 1969 - St. Mlichael the Archangel defend us in Battle!)
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To: AZamericonnie
Hi and Hugs2 You 1 zps9409c58b

Temps still staying at BBQ heat level LOL. Only bad part is the morning and evening walk to work. Flew a bit late evening but still .... ugh .....

16 posted on 01/21/2014 6:13:26 PM PST by SkyDancer (Imagine a world without politicians, lawyers and federal judges.)
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To: Kathy in Alaska

My father made my sister and me in lower grade school memorize and recite all the states and know their capitols. I’ll be back no doubt humbled lol.


17 posted on 01/21/2014 6:13:42 PM PST by Aliska
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To: ConorMacNessa; Publius; AZamericonnie

It looks like a triple tie!!!


18 posted on 01/21/2014 6:15:53 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska ((~RIP Brian...the Coast Guard lost a good one.~))
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To: Kathy in Alaska

Great minds run in the same gutters — or something like that.


19 posted on 01/21/2014 6:16:45 PM PST by Publius ("Who is John Galt?" by Billthedrill and Publius now available at Amazon.)
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To: AZamericonnie

20 posted on 01/21/2014 6:17:18 PM PST by SandRat (Duty - Honor - Country! What else needs said?)
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To: SkyDancer; Old Sarge

Have you tried an egg on a sidewalk yet? ;-}

I remember Old Sarge saying once that he just had to put his ramen noodles in a covered cup with water & sat then outside when he was in Iraq in to cook them!


21 posted on 01/21/2014 6:18:35 PM PST by AZamericonnie
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To: yarddog
I'm back.

I got 17. At one time I knew them all. I don’t even know which ones I missed.

Same here. Said I have a good memory but 17 hoping for better. I went through real fast hoping the subconscious would kick in.

22 posted on 01/21/2014 6:19:38 PM PST by Aliska
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To: Kathy in Alaska

Hi Kathy. My results:

You Got 20 State Capitols Correct

You’re either a geography buff... or you have an excellent memory.


23 posted on 01/21/2014 6:20:21 PM PST by ConservativeStatement ("World Peace 1.20.09.")
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To: SandRat

No way!!!!!

You get discounts now right?

I need something to look forward too! LOL


24 posted on 01/21/2014 6:20:40 PM PST by AZamericonnie
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To: SkyDancer

Priceless!


25 posted on 01/21/2014 6:20:52 PM PST by Aliska
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To: Kathy in Alaska; laurenmarlowe; BIGLOOK; alfa6; EsmeraldaA; SandRat; mylife; TMSuchman; PROCON; ...








From Today in U.S. Military History:

USS Nautilus – SSN-571


Construction of NAUTILUS was made possible by the successful development of a nuclear propulsion plant by a group of scientists and engineers at the Naval Reactors Branch of the Atomic Energy Commission, under the leadership of Captain Hyman G. Rickover, USN. In July of 1951 Congress authorized construction of the world’s first nuclear powered submarine. On December 12th of that year, the Navy Department announced that she would be the sixth ship of the fleet to bear the name NAUTILUS.

Her keel was laid by President Harry S. Truman at the Electric Boat Shipyard in Groton, Connecticut on June 14, 1952. After nearly 18 months of construction, NAUTILUS was launched with First Lady Mamie Eisenhower breaking the traditional bottle of champagne across NAUTILUS’ bow as she slid down the ways into the Thames River. Eight months later, on September 30, 1954, NAUTILUS became the first commissioned nuclear powered ship in the United States Navy. On the morning of January 17, 1955, at 11 am EST, NAUTILUS’ first Commanding Officer, Commander Eugene P. Wilkinson, USN, ordered all lines cast off and signaled the memorable and historic message, “Underway On Nuclear Power.”

Over the next several years, NAUTILUS shattered all submerged speed and distance records. On July 23, 1958, NAUTILUS departed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii under top secret orders to conduct “Operation Sunshine,” the first crossing of the north pole by a ship. At 11:15 pm on August 3, 1958, NAUTILUS’ second Commanding Officer, Commander William R. Anderson, USN, announced to his crew “For the world, Our Country, and the Navy – the North Pole.” With 116 men aboard, NAUTILUS had accomplished the “impossible,” reaching the geographic North Pole–90 degrees north.

In May 1959, NAUTILUS entered Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine for her first complete overhaul–the first of any nuclear powered ship–and the replacement of her second fuel core. Upon completion of her overhaul in August 1960, NAUTILUS departed for a period of refresher training, then deployed to the Mediterranean Sea to become the first nuclear powered submarine assigned to the U.S. Sixth Fleet. Over the next six years, NAUTILUS participated in several fleet exercises while steaming over 200,000 miles. In the spring of 1966, she again entered the record books when she logged her 300,000th mile underway.

During the following 12 years, NAUTILUS was involved in a variety of developmental testing programs while continuing to serve alongside many of the more modern nuclear powered submarines she had preceded. In the spring of 1979, NAUTILUS set out from Groton, Connecticut on her final voyage. She reached Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California on May 26, 1979–her last day underway. She was decommissioned on March 3, 1980 after a career spanning 25 years and almost half a million miles steamed.

In recognition of her pioneering role in the practical use of nuclear power, NAUTILUS was designated a National Historic Landmark by the Secretary of the Interior on May 20, 1982. Following an extensive historic ship conversion at Mare Island Naval Shipyard, NAUTILUS was towed to Groton, Connecticut arriving on July 6, 1985.

On April 11, 1986, eighty-six years to the day after the birth of the Submarine Force, Historic Ship NAUTILUS, joined by the Submarine Force Museum, opened to the public as the first and finest exhibit of its kind in the world, providing an exciting, visible link between yesterday’s Submarine Force and the Submarine Force of tomorrow.






"Riamh nár dhruid ó sbairn lann!"

Genuflectimus non ad principem sed ad Principem Pacis!

Listen, O isles, unto me; and hearken, ye people, from far; The LORD hath called me from the womb; from the bowels of my mother hath he made mention of my name. (Isaiah 49:1 KJV)

26 posted on 01/21/2014 6:22:33 PM PST by ConorMacNessa (HM/2 USN, 3/5 Marines RVN 1969 - St. Mlichael the Archangel defend us in Battle!)
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To: Kathy in Alaska; ConorMacNessa; Publius; hope; glory
It looks like a triple tie!!!

It's a "THreeper"!

Miss you Hope & trust you are doing well! (HopeandGlory coined that phrase) *Hugs*

27 posted on 01/21/2014 6:24:27 PM PST by AZamericonnie
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To: Aliska

I know I missed Oregon but not sure which other ones.


28 posted on 01/21/2014 6:24:31 PM PST by yarddog (Romans 8: verses 38 and 39. "For I am persuaded".)
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To: AZamericonnie

Hadn’t even though of that.


29 posted on 01/21/2014 6:24:40 PM PST by SandRat (Duty - Honor - Country! What else needs said?)
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To: AZamericonnie; ConorMacNessa; Kathy in Alaska; LUV W; MS.BEHAVIN; left that other site
SEATTLE CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY

WINTER FESTIVAL

JANUARY 24 THRU FEBRUARY 2

There will be six concerts in this series, all of which will be broadcast by Seattle’s classical radio KING-FM. Thanks to the miracle of the Internet, these concerts will be available live at the KING-FM website, and on concert nights I will lay out the schedule and provide a link to the concert. Chamber music can put a little light into people’s lives.

I’ll provide insights into the musicians if I happen to know them. I’ll also give a preview of the pieces to be played.

For those who remember my series on Johannes Brahms a few years ago, his last sonata, the Sonata for Violin and Piano in D minor, Op. 108, to be played Saturday night, shows the Brahms of his final years. He turned 55 in 1888, and he had nine more years to live before liver cancer cut him down. His last works show a compression that he had worked hard to achieve. In his youth, a work of this sort would unfold for about 45 minutes; this sonata clocks in at a mere 21. He had learned how to say more with less, a sign of musical maturity.

He wanted Clara Schumann, widow of composer Robert, to play the piece, but at age 69 she was starting to fade. The first reading occurred in Clara’s house with daughter Elise on the piano and a local violinist playing the score. Clara wrote Jo about the first time she heard the piece.

”I marveled at the way everything is interwoven, like fragrant tendrils of the vine. I loved very much indeed the third movement, which is like a beautiful girl sweetly frolicking with her lover – then suddenly in the middle of it all, a flash of deep passion, only to make way for sweet dalliance once more.”

It was a letter like this that makes biographers suspect that Jo’s involvement with Clara some 35 years earlier was not entirely platonic.

The first movement, marked simply allegro, is in traditional sonata format. Catch that beautiful and lyrical second subject. The entire development is set under an “A” pedal point on the piano. The recap is straightforward, but the long coda is set with the piano playing a long “D” pedal point, thus unifying the movement. The sun comes out at the end.

The slow movement is marked simply adagio, and is a stately and heartbreakingly beautiful song for violin with the piano playing a dreamy chordal accompaniment. Have your hankie ready.

The scherzo movement in third position is marked un poco presto e con sentimento, which requires no translation. It’s short and simple, in duple time.

The finale, marked presto agitato, is turbulent and in sonata format. Brahms compresses his development and recapitulation in such a way that you can’t find the line that divides them. And what a finish!

This video is by two members of the Kosher Nostra, Itzhak Perlman and Daniel Barenboim, from 1985.

Brahms: Violin Sonata in D minor, Op. 108

30 posted on 01/21/2014 6:25:48 PM PST by Publius ("Who is John Galt?" by Billthedrill and Publius now available at Amazon.)
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To: SandRat

Well shoot...we should get the benefits due right? :)

Got anything special planned for your special day?


31 posted on 01/21/2014 6:26:25 PM PST by AZamericonnie
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~ Do You Know Your State Capitols? ~

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32 posted on 01/21/2014 6:27:40 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska ((~RIP Brian...the Coast Guard lost a good one.~))
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To: Kathy in Alaska; SandRat

I didn’t do so well on the test. probably because, in elementary school, I was too busy memorizing Gilbert & Sullivan to be bothered memorizing state capitals.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SANDY!!!!!!

((((HUGS))))


33 posted on 01/21/2014 6:29:18 PM PST by left that other site
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To: yarddog

I think TN and Washington state. Can’t think of the other one. Oh maybe Alaska. I know I put Juneau for that.


34 posted on 01/21/2014 6:29:40 PM PST by Aliska
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To: Kathy in Alaska
Illinois is a trick question. It's actually Chicago.
35 posted on 01/21/2014 6:31:09 PM PST by CrazyIvan (Obama phones= Bread and circuits.)
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To: The Mayor
The Mayor!!


36 posted on 01/21/2014 6:31:50 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska ((~RIP Brian...the Coast Guard lost a good one.~))
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To: Publius

Good Evening, Publius!

Thank You for the Music Tonight.


37 posted on 01/21/2014 6:33:15 PM PST by left that other site
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To: ConorMacNessa

Thanks for this military history Conor! *Hugs*


38 posted on 01/21/2014 6:34:17 PM PST by AZamericonnie
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To: left that other site

Tune in during the weekend when I link to the live concerts from Seattle.


39 posted on 01/21/2014 6:34:19 PM PST by Publius ("Who is John Galt?" by Billthedrill and Publius now available at Amazon.)
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To: left that other site

THX,...((((HUGS))))


40 posted on 01/21/2014 6:34:21 PM PST by SandRat (Duty - Honor - Country! What else needs said?)
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To: Kathy in Alaska
You Know Some State Capitols
You Got 16 State Capitols Correct

You may just be a very good guesser. Or you actually do remember something from elementary school!(fairly good guesser! LOL)

41 posted on 01/21/2014 6:36:25 PM PST by LUV W (All my heroes wear camos! Thank you David, Michael, Chris Txradioguy, JJ, CMS, & ALL Vets, too!)
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To: LUV W

I memorized them in high school, and I still remember them.


42 posted on 01/21/2014 6:37:07 PM PST by Publius ("Who is John Galt?" by Billthedrill and Publius now available at Amazon.)
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To: Publius

Thank you for sahring the Chamber music Prof! *Hugs*

How is Bill doing? Much better I pray!


43 posted on 01/21/2014 6:37:34 PM PST by AZamericonnie
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To: AZamericonnie
Mac!! Publius!! Connie!!


44 posted on 01/21/2014 6:38:06 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska ((~RIP Brian...the Coast Guard lost a good one.~))
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To: AZamericonnie

He’s back to work and getting our book ready for Kindle. Nothing keeps him down for long.


45 posted on 01/21/2014 6:38:26 PM PST by Publius ("Who is John Galt?" by Billthedrill and Publius now available at Amazon.)
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To: SandRat

46 posted on 01/21/2014 6:38:39 PM PST by LUV W (All my heroes wear camos! Thank you David, Michael, Chris Txradioguy, JJ, CMS, & ALL Vets, too!)
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To: Repeal The 17th
Repeal!!


47 posted on 01/21/2014 6:38:52 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska ((~RIP Brian...the Coast Guard lost a good one.~))
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To: Publius

Great news!


48 posted on 01/21/2014 6:39:19 PM PST by AZamericonnie
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To: SkyDancer
Janey!!


49 posted on 01/21/2014 6:39:52 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska ((~RIP Brian...the Coast Guard lost a good one.~))
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To: GSWarrior
GSWarrior!!


50 posted on 01/21/2014 6:40:56 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska ((~RIP Brian...the Coast Guard lost a good one.~))
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