Thursday, September 30, 2010

I hope I see Keegan soon. I want to ask him "Can I play games on your phone?" just to see what he'd say. ;-)

In lieu of the latest and continuing news on these body scanners. I say REFUSE.

Monday, September 13, 2010

BIG NEWS! REALLY BIG NEWS!

I just got offered a job with Zions Bank! I will be starting October 1st as a Department Systems Analyst where I will run their "Great Cross-Sell" benefits systems! I have been given the reins to the whole project! Wish me luck and that by commenting below.

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Friday, September 10, 2010

[Meridian Magazine] Photo Essay: Ukraine Temple Cultural Celebration

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I am American and read the Qu'ran.
I know what happened in Tiananmen Square in 1989, I must be shot.
I read the Qur'an (I must be a Terrorist).
I own a gun as it is my right. Wanna make something of it?
I am a Mormon. I must be exterminated.
I am a Mormon, and yes, I'm from Utah.
I am from Utah and proud to be Mormon.
I could be illegal.
I could be a terrorist.
I like free software, I am a threat to your OS.
What you don't know is hurting me. Right now.
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Console user != Hacker.
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I write code so you don't have to.
"You know... The Mormons."
I've been inside the Mormon Temple, and you can too.
So many people, so little ammo.
Of course I'm in my right mind. I'm left-handed.
I read your email.
.....I could go on.

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Friday, September 10, 2010
Quick-click through to Meridian's Home Page for all of today's features, stories and the latest news
Photo Essay: Kyiv Temple Cultural Celebration
By Eliot Ward

Join us in viewing a most unique and wonderful photo essay celebration of the Kyiv Temple dedication with the youth of Ukraine and ten other countries.

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By Darla Isackson

The truth is that part of our growth is acceptance of reality.

By Steven Kapp Perry

Listen to stories and songs from a recent concert featuring LDS singers/songwriters Cherie Call and Sam Payne.

By Stan M. Gardner MD, CNS

Statins or no statins?  Dr. Gardner gives an opinion that may be different than what you've heard.

By Wm J. Monahan

The billions spent on plastic surgery in the quest to 'look' younger is a false front. It is form without substance.

By Al R. Young

The widow's mite is the story of giving all that she had.  An artist describes how he captured the heavenly quality of her gift in a new painting.

By Wm J. Monahan

This poem commemorates this day that will forever live in memory.

By Holly E. Newton

Enchant the babies in your life with some new books they'll love.


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First Line News: Business
Friday, September 10, 2010

LDSPRO is currently being restructured and should launch this weekend.

Thank you to all you daily readers of LDSPRO's First Line News Business headlines and stories. 

Thank you for your patience and stay tuned for www.ldspro.com to be back, up and running, very soon.

Please quick-click here for all 36 of today's Headlines and Stories in First Line News.

Business Week: Admissions Q&A for Brigham Young

Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management offers students more than a rigorous business education. Students at the school, owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, are required to abide by a strict honor code, based on the tenets of the Mormon religion.

Decision to Suspend Quran-Burning Met with Relief

Religious and political leaders across the Muslim world welcomed a decision by a small American church to suspend its plans to torch copies of their holy book - but some said Friday the damage has already been done.

Imam and Developer: No Deal for Moving NYC Mosque

NEW YORK - A threat to burn copies of the Quran on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. A deal to move a proposed Islamic community center and mosque away from ground zero. An offer by Donald Trump to buy out a major investor in the real estate partnership that controls the World Trade Center site. All were canceled, reinstated, disputed or rejected within a matter of hours Thursday - a back and forth that showed no signs of slowing down on the eve of the 9th anniversary of the attacks.

Has California Supreme Court Ruling 'Wiped Out' Prop. 8 Opposition?

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Jerry Brown are not required to defend against a legal challenge to Prop. 8, the law banning same-sex marriage, the state supreme court found. So who will defend it now?

Federal Judge Rules "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Policy is Unconstitutional

A federal judge in Riverside, California on Thursday declared the U.S. military's ban on openly gay service members unconstitutional, saying the "don't ask, don't tell" policy violates the 1st Amendment and due process rights of lesbians and gay men.

Wildfire Sets Sights on Boulder as Wind Picks Up

BOULDER, Colorado - Weary firefighters hoped the worst was over from a wildfire that destroyed nearly 170 homes in the Rocky Mountains foothills, but crews monitored were monitoring hot spots early Friday amid concerns that erratic winds could fan the flames and send them into Boulder.

Blast, Fire Raze Bay Area Homes

Reporting from San Bruno, Calif., and Los Angeles - A massive explosion believed to have been caused by a gas line break sparked an inferno that consumed a San Bruno neighborhood Thursday night, killing at least one person, leveling 53 homes, forcing residents to run for their lives and leaving about 23 people injured, a number of them with severe burns.

Rahm Emanuel: Expected Departure Could Lead to West Wing Shakeup

In the past, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel has expressed an interest in being mayor of Chicago. The position will be open in 2011. If Emanuel leaves, it could have a knock-on effect.

Are Senate Races Really Tied? Why New Polls May Not Tell the Whole Story

Three key Senate races - Florida, Kentucky, and California - come out virtually tied in new polls. But the Republican candidates may be doing better than these polls reflect.

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Today: August 27, 2010
Lloyd Grove
Harry Shearer's Amazing New Orleans Documentary
by Lloyd Grove

 

The Simpsons funnyman takes on the Hurricane Katrina disaster—and the agency that allowed it.


Don’t call what happened to New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina “a natural disaster”—not around Harry Shearer, anyway.


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