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  • Mari 7:30 am on September 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    twitter contest! 

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    I currently have 796* followers on Twitter. I’ll give away a free, personalized, paperback copy of my book, Harlan County Horrors to the 800th (legitimate) follower.

    • absolutely no bots
    • absolutely no spam

    The end-date of this contest is open and buy generic viagra will remain open until I reach 800 (legitimate) followers.

    Good luck!

    • this number updated daily

    [[please note: i tend to follow back only those people who want to engage in genuine communication with me. to me, twitter is about the interaction. those who follow me and don't interact with me, i dump from my feed. i'm under no obligation or desire to www.cityofalbany.net follow everyone who follows me.]]

    • Hal 3:51 pm on September 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I'll send for people. :-)

    • Opal Baker 8:58 am on September 24, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hi there,I live in Berea so we are neighbors.good to see you on here.

      • Mari 2:04 pm on September 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        thanks for dropping by!

  • Mari 1:00 pm on September 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    i got a letter 

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    Sorry she’s a little fuzzy. I’m having one of those horrible “shaky hands” days.

    Mailman knocked on the door and said, “Very large package for you this morning!” And indeed – the box doesn’t fit in our trashcan!

    Painting created by TL Trevaskis.

    What a surprise! Preston said I looked like I was ready to cry, and he’s right.

    I can’t wait to get this framed and up on the wall!

    Here is a picture of the original statue / headstone at the Lexington Cemetery.

    • ysha 9:41 am on September 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply


      • Mari 3:02 pm on October 11, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        i'm a bad mother. i took thomas out of a frame to hang this painting. ROFL

  • Mari 8:28 pm on September 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    facebook fail day 

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    A lot of buying viagra in canada us will probably (not) remember Thursday, September 23, 2010, as “Facebook Fail Day”. Here are some tweets I snagged off Twitter before Facebook found itself again that afternoon:

    @southboundcat Facebook down and you’re not on cialis australia Twitter. Options? What is the generic viagra rxmeds cost of a US postage stamp?

    @brevitymag Facebook is down, so open a window and shout your status update to the people outside. If they ‘like’ your status, they’ll hold up a thumb.

    @jasonpinter With Facebook down, my guess is editors will be receiving tons of late manuscripts tomorrow from authors who could no longer procrastinate.

    @postsecret BREAKING NEWS: Facebook is down. Worker productivity rises. U.S. climbs out of recession. @OPB

    @thedollsays Facebook users are roaming the streets in tears, shoving photos of themselves in people’s faces and online tramadol cod screaming ‘DO YOU LIKE THIS? DO YOU??’

    @keeganfrank How am I supposed to keep up with people I haven’t seen in 10 years without the friggin’ Facebook?

    @billyeichner Facebook is still down!!! If anyone knows that weird girl I went to purchase real name brand viagra camp with, please tell her I said Happy Birthday!!!

    @celticcycle FaceBook down! Billions friendless! Humans entering outdoor enviroments! Global panic takes over!

    @quantumparticle Facebook is down, and I couldn’t care less.

    @southboundcat Imagine a real crisis: No electricity, no shelter, no food and no faceBook. Wait a minute, did I say food? No TUNA? Help!

    @Disalmanac: UPDATE: Facebook is still down; millions of Americans moving to Farmville, Kansas.

  • Mari 8:43 pm on September 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    the world equestrian games 

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    I’m so proud of Kentucky right now. I’ve sat here watching the opening ceremony of the World Equestrian Games. I don’t think I’ve ever been this proud of Kentucky before. I’ve cried, I’ve laughed. It’s been awesome. I stood and sang My Old Kentucky Home, because as a Kentuckian, that’s what you do. I even stood and applauded (I’m home alone) when Muhammed Ali came out. He was in a classic car with his family and waving and looked so proud. People in the stands stood up and screamed and yelled and wow look it applauded and chanted ALI ALI ALI!

    I know nothing about this kind of tramadol fedex horse showing. But to have it here in our backyard is cheap viagra online uk amazing. This is a first for the US and a first for KY. We’ve been looking forward to this for five years now. Come the end of October, we’re all going to feel a little empty I think.

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