Thursday, July 30, 2009

for the WTF file

got this email not at all sure waht to make of it


I just came across your blog,Moonbounce by KB9RQZ and found it to be pretty insightful. I’m trying to get some freelance practice, and was wondering if you would be willing to consider a guest piece from me. I could write on something specific for you, or something that would fit in with your blog.

Let me know if you are willing and if there is a process or anything. If you choose to accept my article, I would only ask for a single link back to my site,

I have included 2 of my previous published posts:

Please get back with me if you would like me to send something over for your consideration.

Thanks for your time,

Jill Gordon

Monday, July 27, 2009

rumour has it that....

Bataxter is having a number of KFM so called drones onin the next week or 2

Saturday, July 25, 2009

a fw day ago this came out I waited since sometime the site get a bit over loaded

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Thursday, July 23, 2009

a nice colection of ham note

here god to read instead of the forums at QRZ

indeed I wonder at why Fred promotes this festering boil in HR public image but then it does make him money

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Harry of the snap ahem the the hald blood prince

just got back form seeing the lastest harry potter film

yes I enoyed it. missed a few of the subplots: like the fudge reiagn and eing replaced at the Ministry of magic.

I did not remmber the sense in which the borrow is burned out but it has been a bit since I read the book

Sunday, July 5, 2009

jul 4th

just abit of fireworks