Friday, September 01, 2006

WHAT ELSE YOU CAN DO WITH YOUR MONEY

Lest we be seen as nothing more than the financial front for Jeff Goldstein ("with this $122 I shall rule the world! hahaha!")...

I've been spending the last few weeks filling my iPod with back episodes of Pundit Review radio.

A recurring segment is "Someone you should know" with Matt from BlackFive, where he highlights our valiant men and women of the armed forces, the way the mainstream media did in WWII but has long since forgotten how to do.

To hear so many of these stories in a short period of time is overwhelming. These stories and these brave souls should get far more attention than they do.

The show also featured a few segments with Soldiers' Angels founder, the mother of Sgt. Brandon Varn. This organization gives people the opportunity to reach out to the men and women who are serving their country in any number of ways, from adopting a soldier, writing a letter, to buying them beef jerkey or other items.

A little goes a long way. To those who served and to those who serve: thank you. Enjoy the jerkey.

Update: Blizzardlane adds some charitable suggestions.

"If you're like me and buy books, read them and then one day turn around and say, "Didn't I used to have a bedroom where this book-storage room used to be?" Go here and get to boxing them up. One of my friends who did a swing through Iraq and Kuwait said the downtime is the worst, and every book that anyone receives from home gets passed to dozens of people."

Also from Blizzardlane: "If you're conflicted about the war, go here. I've worked with these people in the past and I cannot say enough good about Heifer. Every year I give a basket of chicks or bunnies or bees -- one year a calf together with my friends! Read what they do. This is real "teach a man to fish" stuff.

92 Comments:

At 11:46 AM, Blogger dean04prez said...

The right think to do would be to give it to a charity supporting Green Day CDs for Palestinan CHildren.

 
At 11:48 AM, Blogger Sulla said...

dean,

I sent Yoko Ono to al qaeda. Does that count for nothing to you progressive types?

 
At 11:54 AM, Blogger Paddy O'Furnijur said...

Did you send recordings or Yoko herself? The former would be deserving, the latter cruel.

 
At 11:55 AM, Blogger Sulla said...

Let's just say Osama is prepared to give himself up.

Negotiations are stalled, though. John Bolton refuses to acknowledge that "count without the O" is funny.

 
At 11:55 AM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

So when is Hawk gonna tell us about his printer?

 
At 11:59 AM, Blogger Sulla said...

Dean,

Weren't you involved in that whole "Betamax for Ba'athists" campaign back in 1991?

I know you were only five at the time, but still - nicely done. All that WMD money went into fruitless quests for new content on eBay.

In one of the palaces, soldiers found 218 copies of Howard the Duck.

And they said Saddam wasn't a madman.

 
At 12:01 PM, Blogger dean04prez said...

Who is yoko ono and what is betamax?

 
At 12:12 PM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

Did someone fart?

 
At 12:16 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

Oh, Dean, you poor public-educated waif:

Yoko Ono is the root of all evil.

Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles.

Yoko Ono broke up the Warsaw Pact.

Yoko Ono is the founder of a chain of inedible chicken restaurants, El Pollo Yoko.

Betamax is the ideal medium for recapturing the glory days of Yoko Ono. Pete's HiFi in Oxnard still sells them.

All we are saying is give Pete's a chance.

 
At 12:19 PM, Blogger Ducky said...

Visualize whirled dean0.

 
At 12:22 PM, Blogger Paddy O'Furnijur said...

I think Dr. DeeDeeDee needs to remove all tracks by the Chieftains from her iPod and replace them with Yoko Ono.

I'll take anything less as blatant demeaning of my ethnic heritage and will be forced to take this matter up with the authorities as a hate crime.

 
At 12:24 PM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

She would, except it would confuse her. Who do you think the loudest voice in her head is anyway?

 
At 12:42 PM, Blogger Paddy O'Furnijur said...

If you play the voices backwards, do they say, "I buried Paul"?

 
At 12:48 PM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

I'd just like to say I am thoughroly enjoying the 8th season of South Park right now. Probably one of the top 3 seasons. Where is Pet when you need him.

 
At 12:51 PM, Blogger Staci said...

I'm having a hard time posting. Anyone else?

 
At 12:52 PM, Blogger Staci said...

Hmmmm, I have to preview first.

 
At 12:52 PM, Blogger tesla said...

Thanks for the help with the avatar.

 
At 12:52 PM, Blogger joeschmo1of3 said...

Hosedragger:

Which episodes were in that season? I'm still catching up on Cartman and the crew.

 
At 12:53 PM, Blogger tim said...

HoseD:

The loudest voice in her head? I think it might be Van McCoy... y'know that part of "The Hustle" where they say "Do it!" ?

Staci~thanks...I wuz having teh trouble, too.

 
At 12:54 PM, Blogger Staci said...

Paddy, I don't know about Yoko recordings. Her singing used to make me cry when my parents bought that duet album with John. I always thought having her blaring with pics of Helen Thomas all over the room while terrorists were getting interogated in Gitmo to be a great idea. Add John Q handfeeding them Rocky Road...

Okay, gotta go get some water, that just made me throw up a little in my mouth...ugh.

 
At 12:54 PM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

Having trouble. Skips to another page while typing, boots me out....

Ninjas, Mel Gibson, Michael Jackson...

 
At 12:55 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

Staci,

um. ewww.

Chortle.

 
At 12:56 PM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

Helen Thomas, Madeline Albright and Der Frischenstein naked on the walls. Naw...Amnesty would have a fit. Besides..torturing people who want to annhilate us is wrong.

 
At 12:56 PM, Blogger tim said...

Five bucks to the first courageous soul who goes over to the Pawthetic Site™ and tells her to "have a big dish of Rocky Road with nuts." :D

p.s. teh!™

 
At 12:58 PM, Blogger joeschmo1of3 said...

Hose:

The Passion of the Jew, where Mel Gibson is running around in his underwear?

 
At 12:59 PM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

I think I just made myself ill with that thought.

 
At 1:00 PM, Blogger joeschmo1of3 said...

Hose:

Oh Yeah! The ninja episode! Classic!

 
At 1:01 PM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

Deb:

I recommend you have a great big dish of Rocky Road Ice Cream with Extra nuts

Posted by Hosedragger at September 1, 2006 01:01 PM

 
At 1:04 PM, Blogger Blizzardlane said...

Is this the current old drunky Mel Gibson in his underwear or the Gailipoli/Mad Max Mel Gibson in his underwear?

I'm getting a funny feeling, kind of like when I played on the monkey bars.

Be right back.

 
At 1:08 PM, Blogger OregonMuse said...

I recommend you have a great big dish of Rocky Road Ice Cream with Extra nuts

You should have signed it "sincerely, Mike Oxlong."

 
At 1:10 PM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

Nap time. Back later.

 
At 1:10 PM, Blogger joeschmo1of3 said...

Oregonmuse:

"And Yukon Phil ate a cheeto®."

 
At 1:12 PM, Blogger tim said...

HoseD~~I.O.U.!

OreMuse~~classic!

p.s. teh!™

 
At 1:16 PM, Blogger tesla said...

Staci you are a naughty girl. You go and educate DeanO and come back to DHD to get sick.

 
At 1:19 PM, Blogger OttavaRima said...

damn, dean.

you clearly spend more time coming up with teh misspellings and grammatical errors than you spend thinking about what you're saying.

 
At 1:19 PM, Blogger Staci said...

LOL, I think DeanO is doing the "right think". HAHAHAHA

Can you imagine, merging DeanO talk with Deb Talk?

Maybe we can get Deb to pop DeanO's cherry. Put some make up on him and she wouldn't know the difference.

 
At 1:20 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

mad max leads to monkey bar moment

Blizzard!

Joke thief.

But...that uncovered avatar of yours covers a multitude of sins.

 
At 1:22 PM, Blogger Paddy O'Furnijur said...

Just for you O'muse and Joe:

Dr. Deb,
When decisions like this need to be made, I find it helpful if I sit down with a big bowl of ice cream and ruminate. So grab a big 'ol helping of rocky road and see where the muse takes you.
Posted by Yukon Phil at September 1, 2006 01:19 PM

 
At 1:30 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

Ducky said,

"I'm grateful to you and Sulla for the Epson tip - going out this weekend to replace the home printer as the current one is going off to college with our son. Maybe if I start on Sunday I can get all of our 35 mm negs transferred to digital by the end of time."

FIrst off, I'm no Epson saleman. As a manner of fact if you follow the thread, Sulla found it. So thank him. But I highly recommend that Epson RX700.

The negative film scanning is so automatic and all of my DVDs look like thay are right off the shelf now.

If you buy it from Epson home page it starts at 400. You get a 70 buck instant rebate and another 100 buck rebate to send in. The shipping ground was free and I got it in 3 frisching day.

http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/BuyEpson/Specials.jsp?BV_UseBVCookie=yes&oid=0

 
At 1:32 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

Okay,

I'm done talking about my new printer.

So, you guys can talk about....

Just kidding.

 
At 1:32 PM, Blogger tim said...

Paddy~~

Nice.

::sigh-sigh:: I sooooooo need teh
coffee today.

Texette~~

Much belated, but are you *sure* "ette" has nothing to do with teh deb? After all, she practices debiquette™

 
At 1:34 PM, Blogger Blizzardlane said...

There's a big chunk of empathy involved in the recipe for real humor. Mark Twain knew his audience; you hear their voices in his writing. Southerners yukk it up at Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy. Stoners thought Cheech and Chong were a hoot. For some reason, les Grenouilles think Jerry Lewis is a master; Americans think of him as a big goofy clown.

No one thinks Deb's funny.

My suggestion for donations: If you're conflicted about the war, go here. I've worked with these people in the past and I cannot say enough good about Heifer. Every year I give a basket of chicks or bunnies or bees -- one year a calf together with my friends! Read what they do. This is real "teach a man to fish" stuff.

If you're like me and buy books, read them and then one day turn around and say, "Didn't I used to have a bedroom where this book-storage room used to be?" Go here and get to boxing them up. One of my friends who did a swing through Iraq and Kuwait said the downtime is the worst, and every book that anyone receives from home gets passed to dozens of people.

Or do both.

 
At 1:36 PM, Blogger joeschmo1of3 said...

paddy o':

Heh.©

 
At 1:38 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

Blizzardlane,

Thanks for the suggestions. I'll add them to the post.

Any other suggestions?

 
At 1:39 PM, Blogger dean04prez said...

you clearly spend more time coming up with teh misspellings and grammatical errors than you spend thinking about what you're saying.

First: tHe (duh)

Second: Instead of bagging on allegedly spelling errors can you refute the substence of my orignal post: that the right thinG to do with extra money would be to give it to a charity that is all about buying Green Day CDs for disfortunate Palestinain Children?

Answer is simple. No

 
At 1:41 PM, Blogger tim said...

He thinks "teh"™ is misspelled!

heh!™

 
At 1:44 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

As always, dean, your logic is beyond my capacity to refute.

Truly you have a dizzying intellect.

 
At 1:44 PM, Blogger Paddy O'Furnijur said...

Refutation: that would be the "left" thing to do.

See, wasn't that easy?

 
At 1:44 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

blizz,

Spot on girl.

Really, anything you can send is great. Our sister units that we've been sending boxes to are getting, DVDs and CDs to share, letters from school classes, books, candy and phone cards.

But, they'd take a brick if you put a nice note on it. They just want to feel like the American people are behind them.

I'll tell you another thing, even the liberal soldiers I work with don't buy the I support the troops but don't support the war. The only care packages Code Pink sends are send to the insurgents.

 
At 1:44 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

blizz,

Spot on girl.

Really, anything you can send is great. Our sister units that we've been sending boxes to are getting, DVDs and CDs to share, letters from school classes, books, candy and phone cards.

But, they'd take a brick if you put a nice note on it. They just want to feel like the American people are behind them.

I'll tell you another thing, even the liberal soldiers I work with don't buy the I support the troops but don't support the war. The only care packages Code Pink sends are sent to the insurgents.

 
At 1:45 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

wow, big double post, sorry

 
At 1:47 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

Dean,

I already sent them all my Slim Witman albums. The terrorism love to listen to them in the back of ambulances or when they're photoshopping their combat camera footage.

I did my part.

 
At 1:47 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

hawk,

out of curiosity, if we wanted to do a more targeted "hawk sent us" bit of support to the troops you know, how would we go about it?

 
At 1:48 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

terrorists

damn

 
At 1:48 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

Would that be Slim "Bullfrog" Whitman?

 
At 1:52 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

The Army PAO guys can hook up your organization with a unit and you can even get exact names if you want.

But,if you wanted, you could adopt our first battalion and CAV squadron in Iraq right now.

They majority of the brigade will be in Afghanistan by the end of the year, but we've already sent 1st Battalion Apaches and 1/17 CAV KWs to Iraq in July. Do you want me to get you some names to contact?

 
At 1:52 PM, Blogger dean04prez said...

As always, dean, your logic is beyond my capacity to refute.

Truly you have a dizzying intellect.


Yeah.

Do you rememeber that one time on Welcome back Kotter (this cool show on TVLand) when Epstein got beat up by Beau de La Barre? Thats what this is like some times. I feel like Beau when Epstein was coming at him trying to get in a fight and Beau was all like: "what ever" then Epstein finaly got to him and Beau totaly took him down a notch.

Thats what this feels like

 
At 1:54 PM, Blogger Paddy O'Furnijur said...

Heifer Project bump.

 
At 1:54 PM, Blogger Blizzardlane said...

Hey, if we get one more box of paperbacks to those guys doing cleanup in Fallujah and Ramadi, or a few chicks to some struggling folks in Uganda, we did good. Thanks for the forum, Sulla. Now I'm crying!

 
At 1:54 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

Yes, Slim Whitman.

When I was in You Gene Ory Gone, I drove around playing his music but I couldn't get anyones head to explode.

I wanna see Billy and Fluffy and Slim...

 
At 1:57 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

blizz,

I've seen some grown men and women cry when they got those boxes too. Stuff that school kids write can really well up your eyes.

 
At 2:00 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

Dean,

Mr. Kotter. That brings back memories.

Odd, though. From your photo, I'd have pegged you for an Arnold Horshack flashback.

 
At 2:00 PM, Blogger Paddy O'Furnijur said...

Hose,
Your comment has been properly Deb-posited in all its Frischy goodness for all to enjoy.

Doesn't that bring a tear to your eye?

 
At 2:02 PM, Blogger Blizzardlane said...

And before any of you randy bastages start in on sending chicks to Uganda, I meant the little fuzzy feathered kind!

 
At 2:02 PM, Blogger Paddy O'Furnijur said...

Horshak - ". . . .An old and respected name. It means 'The cattle are dying.'"

Good call.

 
At 2:04 PM, Blogger Paddy O'Furnijur said...

Blizz: And before any of you randy bastages start in on sending chicks to Uganda, I meant the little fuzzy feathered kind!

That sounds just ducky!

 
At 2:05 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

Hawk,

That would be great! Thanks.

Blizz, the best that can come out of this whole mess is that we use it as a launching point for happiness - making friends with each other, and looking for ways to reach beyond.

Frisch herself may be a lost cause; that's her choice. But DHD has already done some good (tell me more about that printer, Hawk!) and that goodwill has real power.

Consider the headlines. "Peace broke out in the middle east today, thanks to the generous contributions of the Don't Hire Deborah Frisch Humanitarian Fund..."

 
At 2:06 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

Wow Paddy,

What a memory!

That's exactly what the boy said in an episode.

What it inferred though by the tongue and cheek writers was whore shack.

 
At 2:11 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

You know though, I was a little worried after I sent off that box of Slim Whitman CDs.

I might have accidentally sent a dvd with my collection of favorite "Pork, The Other White Meat" tv commercials.

 
At 2:13 PM, Blogger Ducky said...

Hawk,

Thanks for the link (didn't mean to imply you were selling the E, rather I appreciate a genuine testimonial that it's good).

Tips for Heifer Project and Operation Love-up Troops - wonderful! Well timed!

Note to Deb: Extract your head from your belly button and get to doing doing something for somebody less fortunate.

 
At 2:15 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

Hawk,

lmao!

 
At 2:17 PM, Blogger Paddy O'Furnijur said...

Hawk,
When do we get to hear about the Silver Star ceremony? (or did I miss it in one of the all-night blogstravaganzas?)

 
At 2:18 PM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

Put the 5 bucks in Jeffs tip jar with a note from me. That'll do just fine.

Hawk...what was the USB gizmo you were telling me about that I can put my old drive in so I can get the files then use it as a back up?

And who the hell keeps farting in here?

 
At 2:19 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

Sulla,

I am going to get you two points of contact for the two units from my brigade that I mentioned. The organization is on a 4-day so I won't be able to get it for you until Tuesdays.

But they will either be the Family Support Groups Leaders for the units here at Bragg or their Battalion Sergeants Major who are deployed with the unit. Either will be able direct you to some appreciative soldiers within their organizations.

Hawk Out for a free steak dinner and bottle of Merlot.

 
At 2:21 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

I sent an E-mail to Mr. Sinner with pictures and a PP Presentation Slide that was the ceremony handout, but he didn't write back yet. I asked him if there was any way to post it.

 
At 2:22 PM, Blogger Hosedragger said...

Again...guys...last night...I wasn't pissed. I was laughing and having fun.

Relax. Unlike people who are sue happy, I don't let trolls and idiots...Liberal or Conservatives or whatever...get to me. They just get ignored and end up stinking like a dirty wet fart.

 
At 2:23 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

hawk, if you'd like to send a copy of the files to me, I'll try to get it all posted.

armyofdavids@gmail.com

 
At 2:24 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

I think this printer came with some free internet picture posting deal. When I get back from dinner Paddy, I'll try to post them somewhere. Or I could forward the e-mail I sent to sinner.

 
At 2:26 PM, Blogger Ducky said...

Alert - so you don't have to go there, here's the latest from SWP:

September 01, 2006
stalkers.r.us
Jeff G. and I both had prior records prior to our July 4-6, 2006 altercation @ protein wisdom. He'd been slapped by sadly, no. I'd been slapped by stephen bainbridge, freakonomics (steve levitt and steve dubner), don boudreaux@cafehayek, steve verdon and some neo-fascist site after i mocked the effeminate, homophilic, dumb as a doorknob university of nevada economics professor hans hoppe. I'd been banned by the sissitarian professor of eekonomics at george mason, the limp-lobed, eager beaver Bryan "I love to lick other economists' boots" Caplan.

Bottom line: We were both bad a** bloggers prior to our own private September 11 around July 4, 2006. I was a cyberstalker long before i set foot mouse in protein wisdom.

I definitely have some serious stalker tendencies in my psyche, that's for sure. i did not stalk my ex (the one in tooson with whom i worked in war$hington, deecee) but that is only because her office was right next to mine at the nerd supplemental funding agency and we lived in the same apartment building and it was not necessary to stalk her to see her all the time.

But my ex-ex is a different story. Serious stalking behavior, albeit one with a happier ending, at least in the short (10 year) term. When I met L, she was living with a UO prof out in the country. I ran into her at a party in Hendricks Park (right near where steve prefontaine crashed his car into a rock and died, come to think about it) a year or two after that and i said "are you guys still living in the country?" and she said " i am moving into town because we split up" and i heard "I want to marry you."

she told me she'd bought a house on 25th and monroe near flix and pix and Monroe. At the time, I was living at 39th and Willamette and an avid biker (not like now, when I am a lazy blogger). So the day after the party in Hendricks Park (or maybe later that night, who knows), I rode my bike up and down Monroe and found the house with the sale pending sign.

Then, for the next few weeks, I'd ride by there whenever I had a chance and FINALLY one day, she was out in the yard when I rode by. I pretended to be surprised to run into her, I guess, although I did not pretend very seriously or long because I was so head over heels in love that it was not possible or worth trying to hide. One time (I cannot remember if it was this time or a second time - i kind of think it was a second time but i did not take notes.) I rode by her house after getting a copy of body heat at flix&pix and finegled a date chez elle right then and there to watch william and kathleen turner up the heat. the hurt would come much, much later.

I am a psychologist and I have to confess I am stumped how I can have a cognitive style of "stalker" - what would be the evolutionary advantage of that? - but it sure looks like that is an apt description of some basic feature of my mental landscape.

Tim, a.k.a. one-handed economist, is an economics major from the UO who has been cyberstalking me for about a year, for reasons that escape me. Tim@econ.uo found my August 21 court date in the Lane County dockets on August 22 and posted it at the Jeffrey Todd Goldstein outpost telethonic site. Tim is a scary, creepy, icky stalker. I would not mind filing an RO against Tim. What's his last name? Last known whereabouts? Anyone at the Oregon COMMENTATOR care to comment on Tim, the dismal quack scientist?

I think that boy is in tex-ass, but i ain't sure!

hat tip: denny crane for alerting me to the fact that tim the sicko uo econ major was the one who found and posted the info from the lane county dockets! u da man, dennee!




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At 2:27 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

Oh, Got ya sulla. Here let me do it real quick before I get a shower.

Stand by.

 
At 2:27 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

hosedragger,

It did look like you were having fun.

But as muses go? That freckled poetry-slam Hooters girl is WAAAY hotter than Douchebag McJokenstein. Your tuesday output was freakin' inspired.

 
At 2:28 PM, Blogger Yoda said...

Sulla
Perhaps someone has already suggested this....can we set up a tip jar for Soldiers Angels here?
If not, maybe Hawk can post some info fo the 82nd.
BTW, I've given to Soldier' Angels and they do a great job. Get on their mailing list everyone.

 
At 2:31 PM, Blogger Hawksp said...

Sulla,

Shot out.

 
At 2:32 PM, Blogger joeschmo1of3 said...

Ducky:

Thanks for letting us know about teh latest whatt® dropping. It looks like teh crazy® is settling in for a loooong three day weekend.

 
At 2:33 PM, Blogger Blizzardlane said...

Holy cow.

Sulla, be a dear and start a new thread; I believe the moose is on the loose tonight.

What do they call this in the UK and Canada? The day after Frischmas? Boxing Day!!

 
At 2:33 PM, Blogger Ducky said...

Thanks Joe and now I have to run out for more Brilloooooooooooooo

 
At 2:37 PM, Blogger Bilgeman said...

ducky;

Oh Lordy, she's babbling about her ex and her ex-ex, she's been making noises about listening to "doc rox"'s answering machine again.

(channeling Samuel L. Jackson):

Run! run as fast as you fucking can!

She's HORNY!

I'm taking a chaimsaw to the mooring lines and drifting out through the Capes.

Regards;

 
At 2:40 PM, Blogger tesla said...

Ducky, thanks for grabbing the goods. Wow, off the deep end for sure. Will poor ole Deb never learn?

 
At 2:44 PM, Blogger tim said...

thanx, duck~~savez me a trip :)

"...our own private September 11 around July 4, 2006...."

Can anyone say, PRETENTIOUS???

I'm sorry for teh shouting. :)

p.s. no, alas~~I'm not *that* Tim
p.p.s. teh!™

 
At 2:45 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

hawk,

Got the mail - thanks.

New post for discussing Friday Follies.

 
At 2:59 PM, Blogger openacanatuna said...

I see that she's busy providing more ammunition to the other attorneys in both the RO action in Colorado and the criminal action in Oregon. Now she's admitting that she's a) had a prior pattern of stalking behavior, b) has recognized that her prior behavior is unacceptable, and c) had continued her stalking behavior. If I were Goldstein, I'd not only push this RO stuff as far as it would go, I'd print Deb's crap out and use it as the basis of applying for a concealed weapons permit.

 
At 3:05 PM, Blogger Sulla said...

Thanks for the info on the new post.

I'm screenshotting and emailing to Jeff.

 

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