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Notes from a country kitchen


Thu, Jul 3rd, 2003
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Ramblings: From taxes to corked bats to ardent citizenship

Thu, Jul 3rd, 2003
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All of those Pawlenty taxes went into effect on Tuesday, July 1. No Taxes Tim cut funding to local government, slashed human services, took money from the tobacco endowment, and borrowed money to build roads to balance the state budget. But he did ..... 
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Township Roads: The Train to Minot

Fri, Jun 27th, 2003
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My wife, Deb, and I took the train from Red Wing, Minnesota to Minot, North Dakota for a recent conference. Flying was expensive, as apparently only one airline wants to take an airplane out of service every day to fly it to Minot. Driving was practi ..... 
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Another One from Flaherty: The Dormant News

Fri, Jun 27th, 2003
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We have in Flabbergast County a very fine County newspaper in The Dormant News whos slogan is all the news thats fit to print and even some that aint. I thoroughly enjoy reading it and what I find especially interesting are the social items that a ..... 
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Are you Game?: Pitching wins championships

Fri, Jun 20th, 2003
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At last the NBA Finals are over. Now begins the NBA second season where trades are made, players are drafted and veterans a little too long in the tooth call it quits.

There are many questions to be answered: Where will Jason Ki ..... 
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At Home in the Woods:My favorite places

Fri, Jun 20th, 2003
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It's the third time I've been here this year, but the first time alone. The trail through the narrow valley of Shattuck Creek leads me deep into the woods. I look up at the big oak, maple, basswood and walnut trees and down at the green forest floor ..... 
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Notes from a country kitchen

Fri, Jun 13th, 2003
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What if God had voice mail?

I have learned to live with voice mail as a necessary part of modern life, but I have often wondered what if God had voice mail?

I imagine praying and hearing this: "Thank you fo ..... 
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