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Dec 27, 2004

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» We Interrupt This Program... from AdPulp
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~laurent

take care :)

Freddie Daniells

Best of luck. Hope you feel well enough to travel soon.

hugh macleod

Wow. What a story.

Glad to see you in relatively one piece =)

Think about it, though. By bloggingg standards, this is huge stuff. We're more used to a diet of "Upgraded to Movable Type v3.14 yesterday..."

Certainly puts things in perspective...

Once all this is behind you, I'm interested in seeing how it will affect your ideas and your writing =)

God Bless!

Hugh

Yvonne DiVita

Keep in touch, Evelyn. We would be lost without you. Your reporting on this event is more powerful and brings more authenticity than any news report. As always, your words speak louder than Dan Rather or Peter Jennings. We all learn valuable things from you. Would that you are safe and able to find your friends, and make it back home soon.

kirsten

Stay safe, kind soul.

kirsten

Janette

Evelyn,

Thanks for taking the time to blog your experience. I really think that this is an important new way to document history. Fortunately you survived to become a blogging pioneer.

I'm glad you're okay and I hope that as you digest everything you'll share more of your insights.

Wishing you blessings and a speedy recovery.

Term paper

We would be lost without you. Your reporting on this event is more powerful and brings more authenticity than any news report.We all learn valuable things from you.

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