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Good Morning & Happy Thursday,

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Today is Friday 10/26/V3.3 & it is time for some Maverick Volleyball, Soccer, & Hockey. It’s a GREAT day to be a MAV!!! Visit for details about today’s games.

I really don’t have much, I guess the business isn’t really coming to this morning.

I work today from 14.30 to 23.00. Last day of work at First Data until Tuesday 10/30/V3.3 Let’s enjoy the time off. Although I did agree to work Saturday at the Benson Boo Bash.

Come out and have a safe, and family friendly event. It is from 10.30 to 13.00. I’ll be at the Benson Community Center during that time.Be there or Be Square.

Time to get breakfast.

The word of the day is supernormal which is in excess of the normal or average. I’m sure you knew that, cause super is better than regular.

Quotes from the World for NOW!

I was going to save this for election day, which is Tuesday 11/06/V3.3 but I figured you need to read this NOW & let it sing it.

You can replace women with ..

  • Man
  • Black
  • White
  • Religious
  • OR whatever smaller category you won’t to narrow it down to.

… even if the right to vote brought to women no better work, no better pay, no better conditions in any way, she should have it for her own self-respect and to compel man’s respect for her.

Susan B. Anthony
Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906), U.S. suffragist. As quoted in Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony, vol. 3, ch. 62, by Ida Husted Harper (1908).

In a letter dated June 27, 1903, to Margaret A. Haley, President of the National Federation of Teachers. Anthony believed, and counselled Haley to argue, that women could force improvement in their salaries and working conditions if they had to the power of the ballot; she emphasized, nonetheless, that the vote was inherently essential.

Quotes from the World for Friday 10/26/MMXII

It is, generally, in the season of prosperity that men discover their real temper, principles, and designs.

Edmund Burke
Edmund Burke (1729–1797), Irish philosopher, statesman. Published in The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, vol. 9, ed. Paul Langford (1991). First Letter on a Regicide Peace (1796).