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March 26, 2005

Light Posting Yesterday And Today

Topics: Administrative

I apologize for the light posting yesterday and today. It's my "posting weekend" and my son is preparing to leave for Iraq. I'm spending some quality time with him in the meanwhile.

By the way, Hyscience has exceeded it's bandwidth this month by more than 500%, a growing problem that we are addressing.

Hitting our Google ads would be much appreciated. The Google ads are the only way that we defray our site costs, since we have chosen to not ask for donations.

More posting later today.

Posted by Hyscience at March 26, 2005 12:26 PM

Pls hug your son for me and tell him thank you for his service! He's a hero in my book!

Posted by: Marine Momma at March 26, 2005 1:00 PM

Best wishes for your son!

Here's something to report on:

http://treyjackson.typepad.com/junction/2005/03/video_trudy_cap.html

Another nurse reveals that Michael told her that he and Terri didn't ttalk about ending her life.

Posted by: Jeff Tan at March 26, 2005 3:09 PM

More than happy to hit the ads to support you! I actually found an advertiser who would be very useful to me, bookmarked it for a purchase later.

Thank you for taking the lead in Terri's case. It's been an honor to work with you and others on the blogroll.

Please know that I honor your son's service and the sacrifices that he and you are making in his deployment.

Please keep us updated as to how he is and what we can do to lend support not only to him but the members of his future platoon. (I'm sure that I wouldn't be the only one who would be thrilled to support "Any Soldier" that we could actually put a name and face to. Thank him for me and my family.

Posted by: Janette at March 26, 2005 4:11 PM

Our prayers go with your son. BTW, I noticed that your traffic was off the charts. Wowch!

Posted by: Gordon at March 26, 2005 5:05 PM



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