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The Weblog at The View from the Core - Thu. 01/13/05 06:38:49 AM

Re: Nice Start of Another New Year

Late in the day Monday, I got another great surprise birthday present. Accumulated donations to The Blog will now cover my Internet expenses through March.

Thanks, Faithful Reader!

BTW, I know I've not been quite up to snuff lately. If you really need a daily dose, make sure to go back and check the daily archives from this time last year: they are easily available through the links after The Daily Roll at the end of each day on the main page. (Once you get back into the daily & weekly archives, you can go from day to day, or from week to week, by using the Previous and Next links at the bottom of each page.) How quaint to read now that the Democratic race was shaping up then as a neck-and-neck horse race. Between Howard Dean. And Wesley Clark.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Thu. 01/13/05 06:38:49 AM
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