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Welcome to my blog.  Some people that know me will be rolling their eyes right about now and wondering what in the world I could have to contribute to the blogosphere.  Maybe not much.  But as the world has shifted from stone tablets to paper and now bits and bytes, this is the best medium for expressing my view point on things that I deem important.  So here you’ll find a variety of topics from technical (I’m a computer guy) to religious (I’m LDS) to political (I’m pretty conservative).  Have a gander.  Post a comment.  Keep if clean (if you can).  Feel free to share your thoughts on my thoughts.  I’m sure I’ll have something to say back.



  1. Just wanted to get your opinion on an idea that may or may not be a good approach. I have heard about people searching for proposition 8 in google and then clicking on the “yes on prop 8″ or “no on prop8″ paid ad links multiple times that appear at the top of the search results in google. Each time someone clicks on these links it is costing that campaign money. I guess clicking on the “no on prop 8″ ad is costing Hollywood stars like Ellen money they donated to the no on 8 campaign. I imagine if you were to break out the donations made to each campaign that the yes on 8 campaign’s donations have been made by at least twice as many people as the amount of people contributing to the “no on 8 campaign”. The majority of donations made to the “no on 8″ campaign have been made by Hollywood starts like Brad Pitt, Ellen Degeneres, and Steven Spielberg. Don’t forget the CTA, is it a bad idea for people who feel betrayed by the $1.2 million donation made by the CTA to fight back by clicking on the “no on prop 8″ paid search link multiple times each day? What do you think……

    • abbyearth
    • Posted October 24, 2008 at 5:42 am
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    France DENIED same-sex marriage!
    Your blog is great and I feel like asking no on 8’s:
    Hey! Got Research? Bashing, accusations, emotions are running high in this election about Prop. 8 but I’m not seeing people talk about the hard-core research. There is no hate in facts. They just are. And they are in support of yes on Prop. 8…

    The country of France did their homework. They read the research and decided to put children’s needs first because kids thrive more in a heterosexual marriage. Don’t believe me? Read the research yourself:


    • abbyearth
    • Posted October 27, 2008 at 7:42 pm
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    How & Why Did France DENY Same Sex Couples Marriage?
    France Says Marriage Is Strictly Reserved For Heterosexual Couples!

    Why? The Answer Will Probably Surprise You!

    Please Read It & Place Your Vote With A Clear Conscious For YES! On Prop. 8…

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    • abbyearth
    • Posted October 29, 2008 at 6:10 am
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    One of my favorite yes on prop. 8 blogs (including yours 🙂 is

    Keep up the great job on your awesome blog and please donate to! We’re in the final hours!!

    Best wishes,

    • prop8discussion
    • Posted October 29, 2008 at 7:51 am
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    um, i love your blog. good work.

    as i’ve studied this issue, i’ve realized that the state really does have a responsibility to protect its children.

    France took a year studying the issue BEFORE they decided. They rejected same-sex marriage because of the rights of children.

    Every child has a right to a mom and a dad. This is how they grow and learn best. While homosexual parents might be really good people, they can’t equal a mom AND a dad.

    society has an obligation to provide this basic and natural/biological right to its children.

    there is a cool discussion going on here:

    and here:

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