Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Where Does the Money Go?
RNS Note: Haven't read this, but did pop over to the website and look at the Publican Agenda info. Looks interesting, we thought you might want to take a look. The following is a release regarding a book by the editors of the site:The New York Times:“If you are going to buy just one book in this presidential election year, you might want to consider “WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?”

Consumers Cautioned on Air Tours to College Basketball Playoff Games
With March Madness under way, this was published by the Department of Transportation.
Air travelers going to this season's college basketball tournament games should be aware that not all tour packages include game tickets. According to U.S. Department of Transportation rules, an operator marketing an air tour package that includes game tickets must have the tickets in hand or have a written contract for the tickets before advertising the tour.

Interested in fascinating and exciting inside information about Gwinnett’s past? If so, register for Gwinnett’s Historic Bus Tour, March 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., to learn all you want to know about Gwinnett County’s history.

Governor Perdue Launches Fifth Annual National Agriculture Awareness Week in Georgia
Today Governor Sonny Perdue and the Agriculture Advisory Commission launched the fifth annual National Agriculture Awareness Week in Georgia to recognize the contributions of agriculture and agribusiness in the state.

Is it me or is it peanut butter?
Is it me or is it peanut butter? Have my taste buds changed so much over the years that peanut butter tastes nothing like peanuts or have they changed the way they make peanut butter? I grew up with Skippy and Peter Pan. My memory tells me that they used to taste less like chemicals and more like peanuts?

Wearing of the Green, is it?
St. Patrick's Day.
It's a day of celebration of having Irish blood course through the veins. Why wear green?

Knee Slapping Times
Do tell! Do tell!
I'm right there with ya on the press conference scene if that had been my Mister. Why, I'm not even sure I would have said he was even in the hospital. Nope. I got big brothers. And I've got a slew of 'em. Nuff said.

America Supports You: Award Honors Military Moms
A new award administered by troop support groups and sponsored by a major corporation aims to recognize the sacrifices made by military moms.The Operation Homefront Military Motherhood Award will provide the winner with $5,000 and a free trip to the awards ceremony in Washington, D.C.

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