Who could come over and show me a thing or 2?
i.e. how to put 2 pictures side by side?
and how to cut someone out of a photo
and put them onto another?
I coud pay $10.00 for one hour.
i *need* cookies, and there arent very many girl scouts wandering around the scary part of the u district near i-5. so wherever youve seen them set up outside QFC or Safeway or wherever else you see them set up, let us all know, so we can do our part to support the wonderful organization that is the Girl Scouts of America.
oh, and so we can all get some cookies too.
The FCC is going too far. Check out the website for more info, and add your name to the petition!
I'm part of a Venture Crew, which is a new thing that the Boy Scouts started for young people age 14-20. We have about 15 people in our group. On June 19th, we're going to Tanzania, Africa for two weeks. Half of the trip we'll be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro and the other half will be safari. Our expedition will be lead by Eric Simonson of International Mountain Guides.
Okay. The point is, we're ALWAYS looking for new ways to raise money for our trip. The more money we raise doing fundraisers, work projects, etc, the less money we have to pay out of our pockets. (The trip will cost us each $4500.) So far, we've cut down trees in a friend's yard and hauled them away, built a big rock wall, and cleaned up a huge section of land on a river that was baisically a dump.
If you have any yard work, painting, cleaning or any other miscelaneous jobs that you need done and are willing to pay us for it, PLEASE let me know. Once again, we have about 15 people in our group so we can get a lot done pretty fast.
My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org or you can just leave a comment. Our group leader is Alan Billingsley and I have his phone number & e-mail for anyone who is actually interested in this.
Also, we are currently searching for sponsors. We're already talking with Boy's Life Magazine, REI and some newspapers. If you're interested in sponsoring our group or have any other suggestions on how to raise money, I'd be grateful. ;) Thanks!
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I've never been to Seattle before and know nothing about what happens there, but I'm coming in April for a conference and want to know what I should be sure not to miss!
Thanks for your help! :)
Here's my take on it, and it's a viewpoint that I don't hear often from others:
We got ourselves into this situation by
Marriage has two definitions: The first is a religious institution symbolizing the sacred union between a man and a woman. The second is a secular institution that grants the rights and privileges of domestic partnership.
The problem is that the law doesn't make that distinction--you can't have one without the other.
Ideally, it should be up to religious institutions to recognize matrimony, and it should be up to the state to recognize domestic partnership. That way, any given church/synagogue/mosque/temple/shrine/et
This would also eliminate the "separate is inherently unequal" argument (often used against the "civil union" idea) because the state wouldn't be treating hetero and homo couples any differently--the discrimination would be left up to the religious institutions.
This is how I think things should be, I'm just not sure how we can get there from here--it would be difficult to say the least, because it's a states' rights issue. I just thought I'd share an interesting article, and try to spread some sensible ideas around without getting too political about the issue. I used to have a tough time picking a "side," but it's become obvious that both sides are wrong. This debate as it stands is fundamentally flawed, because the people on each side are arguing about completely different things.
At around 3pm, they drove by me in Bellingham. I looked over and they had a sign help up that said "EH?" and then another one with "LOL" on it. I laughed my ass off, and drove up a bit. They saw me signaling to take an exit not long after, and I saw a "NO!!" sign in the front window. As they passed me when I was on the exit, they held up one more sign that said " ^_^ ". I couldn't help but at least wave to the amusing group.
Yeah, the Internet dorks have hit the road.
Sure was funny though :)