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Monday, October 22, 2007
New Highs

Short, boring post, but my first in a week. I guess I just haven’t had anything to say. Still don’t, really.

X   8/X   X   X   X   9/X   X   XX9
9/9/X   X   X   9/63X   X   XX9
81X   X   X   X   X   X   X   X   9/X
7/X   X   9/X   72X   X   9/9/9
Series: 952   Average: 238.0

The first three games add up to 748, beating my previous high of 746 by two pins. My previous four game high series was 948, back when I shot my 299 game, so I beat that by three pins.

I warned you it was short and boring. That’s it.

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Comment by voice of freedom
2007-11-06 14:53:28

Here, read something useful…

Since being elected to congress 20 years ago, Ron Paul has:

Voted AGAINST the illegal war in Iraq.
Voted AGAINST the Patriot Act.
Never voted to raise taxes.
Never voted for an unbalanced budget.
Never voted to raise congressional pay.
Never taken a government paid junket.
Never voted to increase the power of the executive branch.
Voted AGAINST regulating the internet.
DOES NOT participate in the lucrative congressional pension program.
HAS REPEATEDLY been named the “taxpayers best friend” in Congress.

When Ron Paul is elected President of the United States in 2008 he will:

Let Americans keep more of their own money.
END THE IRS (this reason alone is why people should vote for him).
Stop the inflation tax (means he advocates a gold standard for money).
Stop unconstitutional spending leading us to bankruptcy.
Stop the national ID card.
End the Patriot Act. (Please! Google “The Patriot Act” to understand how this law effects YOU!)
Secure our borders and end illegal immigration.
End birthright citizenship for illegal aliens.
Bring our troops home from no-win police actions!!!!

Educate yourselves, learn the facts and then exercise your right to vote in 2008.
Take back your freedom!!

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