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9-11-07 http://usasearch.gov/ great place to find information regard the US Government.

9-12-07 http://www.computerandvideogames.com/ Learn about the latest news in gaming and computers

9-14-07 http://www.birthdayinabox.com/ Welcome to Birthday in a Box! Choose from more than 100 party themes, or shop for individual party items like decorations and favors. You can also personalize your party with printed invitations, banners and more. Planning your perfect party is just a few clicks away!

9-17-07 Whoo Hooo Free T-Shirt Biowizard.com is giving out a free shirt!- Link to Offer

9-18-07 There are millions of people in the United States. How many people have your name? howmanyofme .com/

9-19-07 Today is International Talk Like A Pirate Day: www.TalkLikeAPirate.com

9-21-07 Jamie Richards is not a man who fears the machine or cares what "they" think. With boldness, Jamie dares to go where most have drifted from; traditional, ... www.jamierichardsband.com/

9-24-07 NEW ALERT Does stamping "Promo only" on a CD and giving it to a station mean the label can dictate what happens to it forever? Universal Music Group is suing eBay seller Troy Augusto for copyright infringement, says the Washington Post. UMG claims he's "illegally sold promotional CDs belonging to major record labels" in a suit filed in California. The Electronic Frontier Foundation is taking an interest in the case and filed a counterclaim against Universal. Augusto says he's sold more than 20,000 albums online, doing business as Roast Beast Music Collectables, and
apparently many of those were promo items. The Post's Mike Musgrove says the case turns on the century-old "first sale doctrine", which holds that somebody who buys a copyrighted work can do what he or she wants with it,
without permission. But Universal - and three years ago, Capitol and Virgin - hold that "first sale" doesn't apply, since they gave, not sold, the product to the first recipient.  THIS STORY TO BE CONTINUED..

9-25-07 http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=070924072636.vfa1kw6m&show_article=1 Looking for a new home with a bit more space as well as a 1950s Cold War ambiance?  A US intercontinental ballistic missile base, equipped with a vast underground network of tunnels and rooms but no atomic warheads, is for sale in a remote corner of the United States.

9-27-07 http://www.nabradioshow.com/ Check out the NAB Radio show!


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