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Sunday, August 9, 2009

Blogroll notes August 9, 2009

Whenever I happen to run across a blog site that has my blog listed, I reciprocate by adding them to the sidebar list here. If I have missed anyone, please drop me an email and I will take corrective measures. Conversely, twice I have had people tell me to remove their site links from the sidebar list of this site, and there was one objection to my linking to a post at yet another site. If I have you linked and you are uncomfortable with it for any reason at all, please let me know and I will remove the link.

Recent reciprocal blogroll additions:

Mongo from over at Mal-fits has a talent for introspective prose and photography. He is a big tough looking gunslinger with a heart of gold; he is not above helping out those in need. There is much to see at his site.

9x19dan from over at The Rewst is a God-loving, prior-service Infantryman from the Great Plains who is now comfortably living the engineer life in Alabama. He is fond of most four-legged critters, a couple of two-legged critters, the pursuit of prowess in vegetative-growth, culinary distractions, peaceful time & things that go Bang.

M.D. Creekmore from over at is a practicing prepper with many good ideas. A few years a go he got sick of being another rat in the rat race-so he left, bought two acres of land off the grid for $2,000 and set up a 26-foot travel trailer. For power, he uses a small generator, three solar panels, and two 40-gallon propane tanks. As a teenager, he studied Shotokan Karate and earned his black belt in three years. He is a certified gunsmith and first-aid CPR instructor.

Thank you to all for the links and to all who visit here.


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