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Thursday, April 22, 2004

Lots of stuff going on so the blogging has stopped, until now. Jennifer got her tonsils taken out, she's starting to feel better now. Our retail store is starting to come together, lots of work left though. There are some interesting things happening at work, a big announcement scheduled for Friday and the rumor mill is working with a full head of steam.


Wednesday, April 07, 2004

As evidence that I was totally out of it after the time change, Monday, I wore two different shoes to work.


Friday, April 02, 2004

This Frank J. fellow, of www.imao.us fame is a funny guy... Read the Limey episodes...


Thursday, April 01, 2004

I read an article in the Springfield News Leader regarding a constitutional amendment in Missouri to ban gay-marriages. This quote spoke to me:

Rep. Mark Wright, R-Springfield, is among the amendment supporters. He said during floor debate Wednesday that he doesn't understand how the proposed amendment can take away something that gay couples never had.

"If our Founding Fathers had at any time thought that it was possible that marriages (might) take place between same-sex couples, you don't think for one minute they would have clarified it in the U.S. Constitution or our state constitution?" he said. "You better believe they would have."

I imagine in the post revolutionary US/pre-civil war US a debate raged and a congressman was quoted something like this:

Rep. Mark Wright, R-Springfield, is among the amendment supporters. He said during floor debate Wednesday that he doesn't understand how the proposed amendment can take away something that black people never had.

"If our Founding Fathers had at any time thought that it was possible that a black man could be free and vote, you don't think for one minute they would have clarified it in the U.S. Constitution or our state constitution?" he said. "You better believe they would have."