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Know your Land rights

Yesterday, the 27th, Ken Bagwell had an interesting guest on his radio show. The Website has information on how to purchase a copy of the 1st 2 hours of the show.
His guest was a man named Bill Monroe from Michigan who has been involved in securing property rights for individuals. His website is http://www.landrights.com
He also has other interesting stuff.

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I'll probably post on the Get Home Pack philosophy tomorrow if it rains me out of work, or Early saturday if it doesn't.

If anyone attends local government body meeings in WNC and would like to blog about it here, they can send me an e-mail to wnccb@yahoo.com

Sep 27 2005
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Somebody needs to come up with a program that clicks through on pop ups and utterly destroys that advertisers access to the internet, but that is probably illegal. It would fill a certain part of my heart with the soft fuzzies.


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