Daily Archives: January 22, 2019

Why I Post About Crowdfunding

Like it or not, Crowdfunding is a good way to go for individuals, businesses, and non-profits. There are limits, but some don’t get that aspect. I have seen campaigns with small goals, $300 – 500, fail and seen campaigns with … Continue reading

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Dwight Buries a Wife — Read 4 Fun

Unbury Carol by Josh Malerman is an original story of the dangers that accompany being buried alive. There was a time in the 1700s and 1800s that this was a real fear. Edgar Allen Poe wrote of it and it … Continue reading

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Missouri 1968 Death Certificate Indexing Under Way

I received an e-mail from the Missouri Secretary of State (SOS) announcing they were looking for volunteers to index the 1968 death certificates. If you want to volunteer, I included a link below. In the past, volunteers tend to get … Continue reading

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Meet Effie & George — Applegate Genealogy

This week’s 52 Ancestors prompt is “Winter,” and it immediately reminded me of a photo I received from a Bond family cousin years ago. In the photo, the ground is covered in a blanket of snow, and wagon tracks and … Continue reading

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Bundle of Holding: Fragged — No Rerolls

I like post-apocalyptic settings. One of the games I really want to play this year is Mutant: Year Zero, which is very much a post-apocalyptic game in the vein of Fallout. Fragged Empire is another post-apocalyptic setting. I initially saw … Continue reading

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