• Uncategorized 04.07.2008

    The wife and kids are on the way to Panama City right now, going to hang out at the beach, while I am stuck here in worksville. All is not too bad though as all of my managers should be working today and I will come home to enjoy a beer or two.

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    While I was putting RePete, the five-year-old, to bed last night we discussed July Fourth and the fact that it is considered the official birthday of our country. When I told her that the United States of America is now 232 years old she said, “wow, that’s even older than you…”
    By the way, I am testing out FriendFeed integration into the site, so if the comments look wonky or the process gets screwed up, that is why. I just added the necessary code to my templates but I am not 100% sure I got it right…

    Linkfest Haven, the Blogger's Oasis

    This is my open track-back post for the Fourth of July weekend. Happy Independence Day folks! If you want your Fourth of July post to be be linked from here, send a ping this way and the link will show up at the bottom of the post!

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    Posted by Richard Miles @ 1:23 am for Uncategorized |

    23 Comments to "Happy Fourth of July Weekend!"

    • Richard says:

      I am actually just testing this to see if the forwarding from MT to FriendFeed actually works…

    • Richard says:

      it at least still allows comments to be posted but seems to take FOREVER to post using Ajax Comments AND FriendFeed at the same time. Now to try it from THAT end…

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    • Carl says:

      I hope your wife and kids have a blast in PC, FL. There is a small town just north of there called Lynn Haven where my maternal great-grandparents resided after their retirement. My maternal grandparents also chose to reside in Lynn Haven upon their retirement so I’ve been summering in that area starting when I was a baby. I even lived in Lynn Haven for a couple of years while attending Gulf Coast Community College and then Florida State. I have fond memories of the two best-known amusement parks there; Peticoat Junction and Miracle Strip Amusement Park. Both are now gone.

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