Tag Archives: US

Copyright theft is now the norm?

The St. Thomas Blog - Follow The ElephantIt used to be that if you wanted an audio copy of the latest record, you gave a friend who owned the record a blank tape and they would copy it for you. Based upon what I saw when I lived in the UK, the only mov...

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Memorial Arena Skating Schedule -March 2011

  MARCH 2011 PUBLIC SKATE SCHEDULE MEMORIAL ARENA Saturday 3:30 – 4:30pm Sunday 3:30pm – 5:00pm Changes may occur according to bookings Note: on-ice capacity is limited to 160 skaters Saturday, March 5 3:30 – 4:30pm Regular Prices Apply Sunday, March 6 3:30 – 5:00pm Regular Prices Apply Saturday, March …

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Movember!

Movember The Mo, slang for moustache, and November come together each year for Movember. Movember challenges men to change their appearance and the face of men’s health by growing a moustache. The rules are simple, start Movember 1st clean-shaven and then grow a moustache for the entire month.  The moustache …

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Market 1 Food Industry 0

Submitted by Peter Atkinson Hi All, It turns out that someone on our street works for one of the big food distribution warehouses up in London. Last week I dropped by in the wee small hours to see what it was like. The bottom line is that it made me …

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Animal aide–St. Thomas

Founded in 1993 from a partnership of two households, Animal Aide is a non-profit, no-kill organization of adoptable animals, funded from adoptions and donations and staffed entirely by volunteers.     All donations are used to purchase food and supplies and to pay for veterinary expenses. Additional donations of food …

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Book Review – Raising Atlantis – Thomas Greanis

Earthquakes in Antarctica draws the attention of the US Military, the Vatican and even some terrorists. What they find is a huge pyramid buried under the thick ice. What lies within the pyramid could answer every question about the birth of humans, but it might also wipe out every human …

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Book of the Day – Ice Station – Matthew Reilly

Scientist at a station in the antarctic discover what appears to be a spacecraft frozen in the ice deep below the station in a half water filled cave. While a team of US marines make their way to the station, half of the scientists disappear while diving to see the …

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Book Review – Precipice – Bob Langley

Several years ago, a Russian spaceship was shot down by an organization inside the US military. Now the spaceship is sending out a signal and both nations race to find it. A book that starts off in one place, then moves to another with ease. Good characters, fairly fast paced …

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