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(MSNBC)   Parts of the National Archives now available online   ( divider line
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2003-04-04 10:27:19 PM  
Shirley Langdon Wilcox, former president of the National Genealogical Society, called the new system an "extremely useful and exciting" tool.

Just like:

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2003-04-05 02:01:57 AM  
heh, the article title says parts... hehehehe

i'm done now
2003-04-05 02:04:24 AM  
I hate it when people write about cool shait and don't include a link.
2003-04-05 02:04:51 AM  
Any boobies in the archive?
2003-04-05 02:07:26 AM  
Link to the archives
2003-04-05 02:08:08 AM  
2003-04-05 02:09:37 AM  
Huh!? So this means that... the internet is useful for things other than porn? Wow.
2003-04-05 02:11:31 AM  
internet has always been usefull for other things than porn, dingbat. Like online games. or fark... wait, porn, sorry.
2003-04-05 02:11:37 AM  
im not as think as you drunk i am.
2003-04-05 02:13:40 AM  
Thanks Yodanation
2003-04-05 02:15:16 AM  
I'm shocked and disturbed that two of my links have been posted today.
2003-04-05 02:16:38 AM  
An international archive of pr0n sites would be more useful.
2003-04-05 02:18:35 AM  
Good job Corinne
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2003-04-05 02:19:08 AM  
i second that
2003-04-05 02:24:54 AM  
Certified bonehead I hate it when people write about cool shait and don't include a link.

The link was at the bottom, after the article.
2003-04-05 02:28:44 AM  
Ooops! Didn't scroll far enough.
2003-04-05 02:37:22 AM  
It was just a joke, Kuznicki. No need to get your Kuzknickers in a twist.
Sorry, I'm just really tired. I should go now.
2003-04-05 02:47:07 AM  
Good luck trying to find anything on this mess.


'Course it doesn't help that I've had 6 beers already....
2003-04-05 03:10:19 AM  
Of course, of the multitude of "mentions" possible the one included is the intern of Americans of Japanese ancestry.

Damn it, times were different then, far different than now. At least America puts its dirty laundry in public view but do we have to beat ourselves to death with it?

Perhaps mention should have been made of Japan's recent decision to again deny any assistance to the "comfort women" of the 1920s to 1940s. State created sex slaves for the troops.
2003-04-05 03:22:36 AM  
I get lost on the first page of the crappy database.
2003-04-05 04:14:32 AM  

personal favorite

That's your desktop for today.
2003-04-05 04:16:36 AM  
Can you tell I got a buzz goin'?
2003-04-05 09:28:46 AM  
2003-04-05 01:11:06 PM  
"Parts of the National Archives now available online

It's bad enough the Bush administration is willing to sell our Bill of Rights, now they're doing it online?
2003-04-05 02:24:35 PM  
"Parts" is not a bad thing dummy. Most of the national archives arent open to the public AT ALL. Perhaps "parts" means everything thats actually available. We'll have to wait and see.
2003-04-05 03:05:11 PM  
Not many people know that the foreward to the national archives was written by Strom Thurmond.
2003-04-05 05:12:02 PM  
They say they're online, but WHERE?
2003-04-05 05:35:18 PM  
Congratulations. The collective power of your curiosity has just farked the National Archives. Are you happy now?
2003-04-05 06:13:44 PM  
The *cough* edited parts...
2003-04-05 10:47:39 PM  
CongressionalSenator --

Lighten up! Sheesh! It's a link for genealogists. The only things people will actually read are birth and death dates for their great-great-grandfathers.
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