Daily Archives: October 29, 2018

New Bundles on Bundle of Holding, Fanatical.com, and Humble Bundle

Several new bundles on sale at Bundle of Holding, Fanatical.com, and Humble Bundle. Added to Gaming Sunday Week of October 28, 2018. Bundle of Holding Bundles: Bundle of Tentacles 5: https://bundleofholding.com/presents/Tentacles5. Ends November 19, 2018. Support Charity: American Veterans Archaeological Recovery … Continue reading

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Belated Happy National Dog Day – August 26, 2018

Apologies to dog lovers as I didn’t realize there was a National Dog Day until I read about National (or International or World) Cat Day earlier today. As I mentioned in Happy National Cat Day, we owned more dogs than … Continue reading

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Happy National Cat Day October 29, 2018

Apparently, according to Twitter anyway, it’s National Cat Day (in the U.S. – see below for other locations), so @NationalCatDay #NationalCatDay. I normally avoid looking at Twitter‘s hashtags, but this one caught my eye. There’s at least one Twitter account, … Continue reading

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Live Oak Choctaws Receives Local and State Tribal Recognition

As reported back in 2014 by the Mississippi Press blog and WLOX TV website, the Live Oak Choctaws received state and local tribal recognition. This is a big step in the move to get the federal government to officially recognize the … Continue reading

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Letter from Gulfport (Florida) Historical Society

Note: some of the below links are donation or order links to help the Society as it recovers from the fire and works towards digitizing its records.  I received the following e-mail from the president of the Gulfport (Florida) Historical … Continue reading

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