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Dorotha Mills Hudson

By on October 8, 2009 in Events with No Comments

January 26th, 1927 – October 8th, 2009 Mrs. Dorotha Mills Hudson, age 82 of Abrams Moore Road, Rutherfordton, died Thursday, October 8, 2009 at White Oak Manor, Rutherfordton. A native of Polk County, she was a daughter of the late Gaston Mills and Sarah Jane Wilson Mills, widow of the late Joe Hudson, a homemaker, […]

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Firebot Outage Report: 7/14 – 7/16/2009

By on July 16, 2009 in Events, General, Mozilla with No Comments

The last few nights, between 1am and 3am 4am, firebot has been offline, because of an ongoing connectivity issue. At the current time, I have no eta for when the issues will be resolved. The situation is pretty straightforward though, the outages are due to construction along the highway where I live and firebot is […]

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Happy Independence Day

By on July 3, 2009 in Events with No Comments

Everyone have a happy and safe 4th of July.   Special thoughts to all the members of the US armed forces, a big thank you for all you do.

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One Light…

By on September 4, 2005 in Events, Mozilla, Personal Thoughts

Dedicated to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, The men and women of the military fighting overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan, and to anyone suffering around the world. You’re not alone.

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One Light Burning

By on September 4, 2005 in Events, Music

All alone in the dark No walls no windows Trying hard to define Heaven from hell Standing out in the rain With just one shadow Nothing to see or believe Beyond myself See my life going by Each moment I’m alive I keep reaching out, holding on, hoping Somewhere in my life There’s one light […]

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Superbowl XXXIX

By on February 7, 2005 in Events

Well, not great, not bad either. I personally was hoping the Eagles would win, just cause the Patriots have been there and done that 2 times before in the last 3 years, but oh well. Halftime was better than I expected, I figured the NFLs safe pick of Paul McCartney would result in a so-so […]

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