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June 15, 2009

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kcinnova

Headed directly over to my blog to create a quick post. Good thinking, Jenn!

JCK

I'm headed over there to read those posts!

Amber

I'm off to check out her blog.

kcinnova

It took me nearly an hour, but my post is up and my WWC for tomorrow (originally scheduled for midnight PDT) has been postponed 6 hours.

Sometimes insomnia is a good thing!

Queenofphrump

both of your blogs are good reads. Isn't it amazing that in this day and age we, as a society, have yet to figure out how to treat those for whom our lives or lifestyles are dependent upon more than those people who, say, make buckets or sell us things we don't really need? Teachers, firefighters, armed forces and their families, policemen, bus drivers, daycare workers etc. They should all be freakin' millionaires!

suburbancorrespondent

Frustrating, isn't it? The irony of it all is that part of the idea behind privatizing the military housing was that a private company motivated by the profit factor would be more responsive to customer complaints. Apparently, it has not worked out that way.

LifeAsIKnowIt

I read Mary Alice's posts...and couldn't believe it! That is so not right!
I am a twitterer and will tweet away about it...

Janet

ahhhh, military house...I remember those days.

Suz

I am going now...thanks for the heads up.

Green Girl in Wisconsin

way to spread the world, girlfriend.

imom

I'm heading over now! I used to read Mary Alice's blog all the time, but haven't in a long time.

Minnesota Matron

The Matron is a general Mary Alice fan and who's a bit behind. She's headed over -- thanks!

Susan

My post is up - my readership isn't much, but you never know!!

Blognut

I'll go check it out!

gary

I have heard it said the first casualty of war is the truth!

debbie

good job, jenn. I'm sure that Mary Alice and all the others like her appreciate all the support...maybe things will start to change. we can only hope!!

phd in yogurtry

Way to do your part, Jenn. I still can't believe she was asked to stop posting. How unpatriotic!

she

Just read about this at kchinnova's blog. Awful and we can do better.

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