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Edited by Skeeve on 09/18/2017 20:03
"The world is my country, and do good is my religion." - Thomas Paine
Gee, I'll sign up today.
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." - George Santayana
That's the spirit!
"The world is my country, and do good is my religion." - Thomas Paine
I have saved in my word docs at least two, maybe three, articles I have started writing for my blog here. I frequently think about making the time to finish them, and it is something that is actually a goal, of sorts, I have set for myself, which will be expounded upon a bit in my first post.

I am experiencing a bit of nerves about it all, but overcoming that is part of the over-all goal.

Otherwise, I'm always in the think tank about ways to draw new participation to the site. For me, not only is AT home, but I think it's really just about one of the best places someone could wonder into, take a look around at, spend some time at and quickly become comfortable enough with to hang up their hat and have a sit-down.
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