Monthly Archives: November 2008

Thanksgiving Firecall

Well yesterday turned out to be a pretty busy day.  I was just getting finished with the turkey and stuffing, and the pager went off.  The Jamestown Sun had a brief article about it up before I even got home, … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Just a quick post today as it is the holiday and going to help cook here in a little bit.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to all who visit this site!  I would like to thank all of my readers, new and old, for visiting this site. I am thankful this year to my fellow bloggers for their assistance, inspiration, and support.  I … Continue reading

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New blog

Welcome to Model Train Rookie! I have started this blog as I am going to be getting back into Model Railroading in the next few months.  I used to build model trains with my dad when I was a kid.  … Continue reading

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A Primer on Monetization

Jake and I agreed to swap guest posts, so I find myself writing for you all here at Jake’s Corner.  If you aren’t familiar with me already, I normally can be found writing at my home site of One … Continue reading

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Guest Posting

This week I will be having a guest poster here on  ThatEdeGuy and I are doing a post exchange.  I just finished writing my post for his site, so make sure to check out tomorrow!  Keep an eye … Continue reading

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Costs of a bailout

Cory over at Boing Boing has been doing some research on the costs associated with all of these bailouts. In doing the research for the “Bailout Nation” book, I needed a way to put the dollar amounts into proper historical … Continue reading

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Blogging Assistant Today

Since I am working on blogging today.  (Being that I am off of work for the whole week.)  I am working in my upstairs office. This has given me an assistant today.  He is an excellent foot warmer, along with … Continue reading

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Better Blogging

I believe being part of the blogging world means sharing.  I decided to do a post on how to blog better.  I have learned many things from my fellow bloggers out there.  Some have been from huge popular blogs, and … Continue reading

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Why Socialism is evil

I finally found the comic I have been looking for that best illustrates my view of socialism and its implementation. From Mark Perry’s blog. “Helping one’s fellow man in need, by reaching into one’s own pockets, is a laudable and … Continue reading

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