Daily Archives: January 28, 2020

Doc and WSU Tech team up to bring ‘Pull a Plane’ event to Wichita — B-29 Doc

Doc’s Friends and the WSU Tech Foundation will host a Pull a Plane event Saturday, April 18 at the B-29 Doc Hangar, Education and Visitors Center at Eisenhower National Airport. The unique event in Wichita will feature teams of 25 … Continue reading

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It’s Data Privacy Day—Here’s How We’re Safeguarding Your Data – Ancestry.com January 28, 2020

I saw this on Ancestry.com a little bit ago – It’s Data Privacy Day—Here’s How We’re Safeguarding Your Data: https://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/2020/01/28/its-data-privacy-day-heres-how-were-safeguarding-your-data/. Posted by Eric Heath on January 28, 2020 in Website Today is International Data Privacy Day, a global effort held … Continue reading

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General Funston Boyhood Home and Museum, Iola – Kansas Tuesdays January 28, 2020

As I continue my westward trek across Kansas this week, I started moving south as I zigzag through the state. I saw Wakeeney in Trego County and went looking for what’s to see or do in the area. I came … Continue reading

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Florida’s Genetic Information Bill Heads to House Floor – WJNO January 23, 2020

I saw this last night on WJNO –Florida’s Genetic Information Bill Heads to House Floor: https://wjno.iheart.com/featured/florida-news/content/2020-01-23-floridas-genetic-information-bill-heads-to-house-floor/. The Florida genetic information bill is moving on to the state house floor. A panel passed a bill that would prohibit life, long-term care, … Continue reading

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LivingDNA Kit Update #5 – January 28, 2020

I had not checked LivingDNA in a few days. It was still showing as Genotyping about 3 – 4 days ago. As of earlier today, it’s back to Testing. I am not sure what that means. Does it mean they … Continue reading

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Genealogical DNA Testing Companies and Current DNA Sales January 28, 2020

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S1E6 – Owning a Titan II Missile Silo – The Q&A Livestream – YouTube Video Atomic Underground

I saw this on YouTube – S1E6 – Owning a Titan II Missile Silo – The Q&A Livestream – YouTube Video Atomic Underground: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlWwdbgzC28 (about 22:43 minutes long). Looks like they are working with Death Wears Bunny Slippers (DWBS) – … Continue reading

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USS Oklahoma Pearl Harbor Unidentified Burial – Gerald Homer Pirtle, Re-buried in Wichita November 2018 – Tombstone Tuesdays January 28, 2020

I apologize for not posting this sooner. I saw it last month and started a post that I thought posted, but turns out it was saved as a draft instead. I noticed today that it hadn’t been posted. I noticed … Continue reading

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New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 27 January 2020

I went looking for this last night, but didn’t see it until after I posted my last post for the day – New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 27 January 2020: https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-27-january-2020/. Over 3.9M records from North Carolina … Continue reading

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Happy 105th Birthday U. S. Coast Guard January 28, 2020

Happy 105th Birthday U. S. Coast Guard. In memory of my uncle who retired from the Coast Guard many years ago and those who have served or are currently serving in the Coast Guard. In a way, the Coast Guard … Continue reading

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