Monthly Archives: February 2007

VCAP Blog

organizational change paper research hypothesis null hypothesis the internet essay ielts an essay on urban economic theory levitra benjamin https://harvestinghappiness.com/drug/viagra-and-bendroflumethiazide/66/ dissertation on crm pdf source site literature review writing services here writing doctoral thesis http://snowdropfoundation.org/papers/best-personal-statement-editing-service/12/ https://nebraskaortho.com/docmed/buy-viagra-over-the-counter-uk/73/ levitra elmore https://medpsychmd.com/nurse/viagra-in-pakistan/63/ best place to post resume online 2013 https://psijax.edu/medicine/laboratorio-do-remedio-cialis/50/ go https://sugarpinedrivein.com/treatment/links-between-thyroid-cancer-and-synthroid/10/ good thesis report https://sigma-instruments.com/sildenafil-dapoxetine-manufacturer-india-16182/ see essay engels voorbeeld https://211ventura.org/choice/narrative-essay-on-my-mother-was-right/40/ help me with my book report https://bonusfamilies.com/lecture/human-sexuality-essay/21/ https://statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu/movabletype/papers/exterminate-all-the-brutes.html thesis on youth center http://mcorchestra.org/2376-college-paper-service/ click here is it easy to get a prescription for viagra funny school essay VCAP has entered the blogosphere !

Leave a comment

Boaz and Ruth

While I was walking about Downtown Richmond (moreso to acclimate myself to the neighborhood around RPV), I walked into an antique store run by Boaz & Ruth: It’s a vicious cycle. When someone is released from prison, they generally return … Continue reading

1 Comment

World's Oldest Newspaper Goes Digital

First the L.A. Times, now the oldest newspaper on the world gives up the print for the digital age: For centuries, readers thumbed through the crackling pages of Sweden’s Post-och Inrikes Tidningar newspaper. No longer. The world’s oldest paper still … Continue reading

1 Comment

Apollo 11-17 Panorama

You will spend 15 minutes of your life on this: Quicktime panoramic shots of the Apollo Moon landings. Plus, if you go to the top right, you can see other images from around the world as well. When I’m not … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Why Showing Up is Important

Matt Lewis gives an excellent example on why showing up really is 80% of life: This isn’t an original concept: Why did Ross Perot address the Christian Coalition in 1996? He had to have known that his immediate audience — … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Iran: Giant achievements coming soon

February 11th is the day when Ahmedinejad says Iran’s nuclear rights will be established . Hoo. Ray. Also in the article, Iranian scientists have claimed to have found an herbal cure for AIDS. It seems as if this week is … Continue reading

Leave a comment

RTD: For Every Gamer There Should Be a Gardener

I’ve written at length on this topic once before, but never from this perspective: Your respectful gardener might know a godawful lot about horticulture, aesthetics, flower-arranging, and whatnot. He might spend many a diverting hour puttering about in his (or … Continue reading

8 Comments

The Ward View: Friday Whine and Cheese

A new feature over at The Ward View. Friday’s Whine and Cheese, which reads more of a carnival of Democrat… Democratic… well, silliness. I really like this blog, for various and sundry reasons. Most of all because Ward holds no … Continue reading

Leave a comment

How 'bout those HOOS?!?!

Virginia beats Duke 68-66 in OT. Outstanding!

3 Comments