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Month: December 2006

Mike's World: 1 Year Later

In just a few days, Mike’s World – a Blog by Michael H. Cox, will hit its 1 year birthday.  While I’ve been online for a long time, I’ve only had a Blog for a year.  I don’t post as often as I thought I would, but I think most of the posts that I’ve […]

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Mike's World: 1 Year Later

In just a few days, Mike’s World – a Blog by Michael H. Cox, will hit its 1 year birthday.  While I’ve been online for a long time, I’ve only had a Blog for a year.  I don’t post as often as I thought I would, but I think most of the posts that I’ve […]

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We're moving

I decided that it was official enough to announce it.  The Wife and I are in the process of moving.  We have purchased a larger, newer home in a nicer area.  We are really excited.  Of course, we are also worried, as one should always be when they are borrowing so much money.  But we […]

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Cox Cable

So, we called and canceled our Cable TV from Cox Communications about a week ago. When I called, I told them that I have residential TV service but commercial Internet and that I do not want my Internet canceled. They told me that wasn’t a problem. So, we went out of town for Christmas and […]

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Question 5 is allowed to come into effect…. kinda

I’ve made my feelings on the Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act very well known here on this blog. See, for example, my blogs on 9 Nov 06 and 29 Sept 06. When Judge Douglas Herndon decided to not allow it to come onto the books for a few weeks, I was very upset. See my […]

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I'm Person of the Year

I am Time Magazine’s Person of the Year!!! Yes, it really is true. Check it out for yourself by visiting their website: www.Time.com

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Yet Another Judge I will never Vote for!

Judge Douglas Herndon voted yesterday for a two week temporary restraining order on the Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act. They will meet to discuss if the act is “constitutional” or not. You’d like to think if two courts (including the Nevada Supreme Court) already looked over it and allowed it be on the ballot that […]

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