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Free Photo Prints to Remember this 4th of July

So much happens in the summer, if your family is anything like mine you are snapping pictures at every turn. The unfortunate thing about digital cameras and huge memory cards is that pictures can be left on the camera for ages before we take them off...mainly because ... Continue reading

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Leap Frog Tag Reader Half Price

http://worldonline.media.clients.ellingtoncms.com/img/blogs/entry_img/2010/Jul/03/lavender_tag_reader.jpg My friend Jaycie sent me an email today because she found the LeapFrog Tag Reader on sale at Amazon for $25.99! This is almost half price down from $49.99. This price only for the Lavender pen reader that holds 32MB which is 10 stories, we have ... Continue reading

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A True Patriot Throws Away Nationalism; A True Religion Throws Away Religion

http://worldonline.media.clients.ellingtoncms.com/img/blogs/entry_img/2010/Jul/02/634136752775919072.jpg I must be a true Christian, a true Buddhist, a true American, a true Iraqi, a true patriot. A practitioner of one of these philosophies may say I am not a true believer, to identify with other religions and countries, but he would have misunderstood. This ... Continue reading

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Lawrence Sound Event - July 3rd: Support for Community Shelter and Lots of Fun!

Local artist Stan Herd and son Evan Herd will be hosting a pre 4th of July party Saturday evening from five to midnight and you're invited. Only one problem, it's so large they're holding it at Abe and Jake's Landing - 8 E 6th St. The event, ... Continue reading

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Tired of Smoke Smell, Dirty Carpets, Wife Institutes In-House Smoking Ban

http://worldonline.media.clients.ellingtoncms.com/img/blogs/entry_img/2010/Jul/02/fin.jpg Lawrence – A local area wife, tired of cleaning up spilled ashes and having visitors wrinkle their noses upon entering the residence, has instituted a in-house smoking ban against her husband, demanding that he smoke outside for perpetuity. This new injunction has husband and smoker friends ... Continue reading

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Foursquare/two wheels?

I am what is known in tech circles as a late adopter. I am a geek and love my gadgets, but I tend to wait for the second or third — or later — generation of the latest and greatest so at least the worst of the ... Continue reading

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Spelling Police and Grammar Gurus

I have noticed that many users see themselves as enforcers on discussion forums. Spelling police and grammar gurus seem to troll for an opportunity to humiliate another user. Perhaps some gain a sense of superiority by showing other online users that they can spell simple words. Granted, ... Continue reading

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Dragonfly day!

One group of insects that most people love or at least appreciate are dragonflies. Of course dragonflies are not flies but belong to the order Odonata. The other insects you may know in this order are damselflies. I always think of my mom when I think of ... Continue reading

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June 27-30, 2010: The end of June

June 28, 2010: June is almost over and Independence Day is around the corner. The following photographs will have you thinking about the holiday weekend. June 29, 2010: The following photograph shows the glowing clouds during the sunrise. You can see the moon in the second picture. ... Continue reading

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Free Sobe Lifewater and other goodies

Happy July 1st! Looks like most of the coupons I posted about yesterday are still good today. They must have loaded their July coupons a little early. Check it out, there are coupons for pineapple, Dole salad kits, Ball canning supplies and much more. I heard that ... Continue reading

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Musical Thursday: har har hardly the weekend!

Two work days to make it through before the explosive thought of July 4th, and the day following as paid vacation for most of us, so let's pass the time sharing some of our favorite performers and performances that have instrument solos with the letters 'har' in ... Continue reading

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The Senate Judiciary Committee vs. Elena Kagan

http://worldonline.media.clients.ellingtoncms.com/img/blogs/entry_img/2010/Jul/01/Senatepanelkaganhearingjune2010.jpg In less tumultuous times, I might be more concerned about Elena Kagan's nomination. Having clerked for Justice Thurgood Marshall, that with her wit, warmth, and engaging personality she could not find minority candidates to qualify for and accept available positions at Harvard Law during her tenure ... Continue reading

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Your the Poet;

You're the Poet! Fill in the below blanks with the following words or use your own words. Came, clock, here, knock, name, night, plight, wear. Door of Regret, by L. Don Oliver There came a knocking upon my door, One late and dreary _____; Should I open ... Continue reading

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Latest class of offensive linemen could become one to remember

Surprised by the recent flurry of offensive linemen to give oral commitments to the Kansas University football program? You’re not alone. Analysts and experts throughout the region have expressed varying degrees of shock regarding KU’s most recent crop of commitments, which has included verbal pledges from four ... Continue reading

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End of the Month Printable Coupons

Today is the last day of June and most printable coupon sites will reset their coupons tomorrow. Here are a few that you might want to snag while you can: Del Monte Pineapple $0.50/1 Use this at Dillons where it can double and get yourself some super ... Continue reading

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The Twilight Saga: Eclipse on-camera review

Eric Melin welcomes guest host and certified Twihard Kristin Dittmar, who is a member of Team Jacob to review "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," the third installment of the Twilight series. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner are back again as Bella is put in a vampire ... Continue reading

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BP getting away with it?

British Petrol should be shut down plain and simple. Even if it is going to kill the European economy it needs to be done. The permanent damage they have done to the planet can never be fixed. Continue reading

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Carol the Coach’s Dream About Oprah: We Can Help

Whether they're large, small, black and white, or in color, we all have them - dreams. They're what a large part of our waking and sleeping lives are about. They keep us going in the bleakest of times and give us something to focus and strive towards. ... Continue reading

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Two Generals Face a Single Issue

http://worldonline.media.clients.ellingtoncms.com/img/blogs/entry_img/2010/Jun/30/Petraeuswhitehousemay2010.jpg The single issue shared by Generals Kagan and Petraeus, the two sides of the coin they hold in common, is what to do with the legions of enemy combatants that keep attacking us in the war against terrorism. For the general responsible for the overseas terrorities, ... Continue reading

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Summer Poem

My son had to write a poem about the summer coming up and this was it. I love the part about suicide squirrels: Summer is coming and it’s time to get ready So off to home depot with great uncle teddy New grill, some tomatoes, and a ... Continue reading

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