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Good Saturday Morning. I went to bed early tonight and slept well. My wife and I are very blessed. We are still living at home in Southern California. We will be leaving California in a few weeks for a few months and just me, my wife and the dog. I would like to thank everyone here for some great posts. It has been a pleasure and I have enjoyed every minute. May God continue to bless you and your family and keep you in His thoughts. And I would especially like to thank God for my parents and my father in law who are all with me now.
The Use it or Lose it program issued a statement on September 26: The West Virginia State Police has approved an increase in home computer use fees. The fees for computer use by West Virginia residents are going up by 25 cents. The most recent assessment of student use of computers in West Virginia was last year and was $.24 per student. Students were charged $.14 per hour of computer use. The latest state findings are that last year, tuition and fees was just over $2,300. According to the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission, state colleges spend about $300 million a year in tuition and fees. The state’s total budget is about $8 billion.
The New York Post is reporting: Jessica Simpson will not be moving to New York City to follow ex-husband Nick Lachey, reports say; Jesssion is leaving the East Coast, wedding and money behind for a fresh start in LA; It was Nick who first convinced her to move across the country with him to New York. The couple married in 2000 and have one child. Jesssion moved to New York with baby daughter Bijou in December 2002 to follow Nick. She returned to LA earlier this month, and according to her rep, Jessica prefers a quiet life in her own home. She loves her work and is very focused on her career in television, and looks forward to moving back to California with her family in the coming months. None of this is a surprise.
A reader has sent me this news item from his hometown paper, reporting a Police Response to a Fire-Alarm. Here is the URL: A woman called police from home, when her smoke alarms went off. A police officer and firefighter were on the scene within three minutes, and managed to restart the alarms. Thanks, John!
Here is this minutes news report from my hometown paper relating to an accident, and a future practice session for the Washington Law School softball team. The URL is Softball Hopefuls Prepare for Spring Game (MyWashTOD)
This is a tweet sent in by a reader, and it has just been sent to this reporter, as follows: I work in Grand Junction CO, but I’m still a fan of the Grand Junction Air Force Bases. They are home to the 686th Bomb Squadron. Wrote a little bit about it here:
As a boy, Imagines my list of Christmas gifts being highlighted in the New York Times.Although Im not quite ready to see the movie The Revenant yet, Ive heard nothing but good things. To me, theres just something so masterfully crafted about the movie.But really, this is a matter of personal preference. Theres nothing that stops you from seeing the movie or, as an online retailer, offering it as a gift.
The Supreme Court of California is ready to rule in DVD trade secret/free speech case: The Supreme Court of California has announced that on Monday, August 25, 2003 it will issue its decision in DVD Copy Control Assoc. v. Bunner. The case presents the question Does a preliminary injunction under the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (Civ. Code, sec. 3426 et seq.) barring the posting of DVD deencryption software on the Internet violate the First Amendment to the federal Constitution as a prior restraint on protected speech The decision will be made available for download here at 1 p.m. eastern, 10 a.m. pacific time on Monday.