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  1. icvader
    09-22-2008 12:32 AM
    icvader
    My Birthday is 4/4/86. Yes thats my baby, his name is Neko. Heres a bunch of photos when he was younger. http://www.icvader.com/neko/
  2. EricRC
    09-21-2008 11:43 PM
    EricRC
    My Birthday is June 2 1973
  3. Ryan
    09-20-2008 01:00 PM
    Ryan
    I really liked "Iron Man," too. It was everything a great (comic book) movie should be. I thought "The Dark Knight" was pretty good, although to me it ran too long and I feel like... Heath Ledger's Joker was the only villain needed in the movie - Two-Face was too much (ha ha).

    Anyway, I hope the situation with this character you, Rob, and others are dealing with is either resolved or goes away soon - life's way too short to be dealing with this kind of nonsense.
  4. Ryan
    09-20-2008 04:49 AM
    Ryan
    Well, despite me being a big fan of superheroes in general, Danielle (I was an avid comic book collector in the '90s, now I just watch related TV shows and movies), I really haven't had the chance to see much of "Heroes" because there are two other shows I like that come on at the same time: Fox's "Prison Break" and "24." I do watch "Smallville," though! And, uh... ahem, "Power Rangers."

    Have you, by chance, seen "Iron Man" and/or "The Dark Knight"?
  5. geolarson2
    09-19-2008 11:43 PM
    geolarson2
    Back yet again (I've been on/off all day for a couple sec's each time--hectic, so hectic I thought today was Thurs, not Fri). Anyway, the video was really nice. I know I said it comes in #3, but nothing comes ahead of my nieces, so if you want to look at it another way, yours is #1 because it was a surprise to me that you'd take the time (I am very flattered BTW--Ha! Just figured out what that means the other day). Everything else is more "obligatory," this wasn't so a really big thank you, Danielle. You gave me a big smile (and made me blush, too!)
  6. geolarson2
    09-19-2008 10:01 PM
    geolarson2
    Thanks most kindly for the cute video, Danielle. Its one of the best presents I got today--#3, right behind watching Scooby with my little niece all morning and getting a big hug from my elder niece. Cheers to you!
  7. geolarson2
    09-19-2008 08:56 PM
    geolarson2
    Aye, it is, thanks for asking. I did get an email from Chris earlier, too, which was pretty cool, and an email from that relative in the UK, the genealogist, too. So far, I've spent the day with my little niece watching Scooby-Doo. My other niece is in school until 4, and after that I expect I'll be helping her with her math, if she needs it (she's really, really good at math--she's learning powers right now, something I didn't get until 6th grade, maybe 7th, but she's in 5th--what a brain she has!), and if not helping her on math, I know she has a spelling test tomorrow (another thing she's very good at--her first spelling test of the year she got an A on without studying--I think she missed one out of something like 20 words). Thanks again for checking on the b'day!

    Cheers
  8. geolarson2
    09-19-2008 03:48 PM
    geolarson2
    Hola, Danielle--

    Find out what your family knows and I'll dig. You might also want to check out what I have at Roots already (its a portion of my master database) to see if any of the names you have are names I've already done some work on. No guarantees, but its rare that I either don't find a connection back to England for someone, or at least find kinships to others here in the US. Oh, and again to clarify, Gates, Hewlett, Packard & Berners-Lee are all related to each other. (Berner's Lee, though English, has Canadian and New England ancestors, too). Like I've said, what a big, wide, weird world! Slan--
  9. geolarson2
    09-19-2008 05:22 AM
    geolarson2
    No worries--I'd be glad to help if I can. You can find some of my bona fides at these sites where I've helped others: http://www.wargs.com/other/felt.html, http://www.wargs.com/other/holloway.html, http://www.wargs.com/other/waterston.html, http://www.wargs.com/political/mccain.html, http://www.wargs.com/other/aniston.html, http://www.wargs.com/political/richardson.html, http://www.newenglandancestors.org/r...cles_gbr73.asp, http://www.newenglandancestors.org/r...cles_gbr83.asp, http://www.newenglandancestors.org/r...cles_gbr77.asp, http://www.newenglandancestors.org/r...cles_gbr78.asp, http://www.newenglandancestors.org/r...cles_gbr80.asp, http://www.countyhistorian.com/cecil...p/Jodie_Foster, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb....08/peirsol.htm, http://blog.cleveland.com/pdopinion/...ts_and_ra.html. You can also take a look at what I have on my own ancestry here: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-...on2&id=I194038. Think about it, discuss with your family, then let me know what you want done and I'll try to do some digging for you, and hopefully get something good. I do better with New England families, but I've worked on southern ones, too (I'm not sure which you might fall into--Cokie Roberts is from Louisiana but she's also descended from William Brewster of the Mayflower. I traced her descent and posted it to Caleb Johnson who runs a Mayflower website a few years ago). For that matter, I've done a fair bit of work on Quebecois families, both in Canada as well as in Louisiana (I helped out earlier this year with data I had on Alanis Morissette which was used to show her kinship to Hillary Clinton). I would suggest that anything you want to send me that is personal (names, birth dates/places of living people), you send via email rather than post, just for your own safety's sake. I'm safety conscious myself, and even though RootsWeb in theory is supposed to privatize data for living people, and even though I've set the benchmark for that at 1920 (even though the 1930 census is and has been out for a few years now), I privatize that data by hand, just to make absolutely sure that my Mom, my brother, sister-in-law, nieces, aunts, uncles, grandpa and so on are all protected. I'm not sure exactly how you do that, but I know Rob has (or had) my email address, so I assume you probably have access to it, too, just make sure you tell me who you are if you go that route because I got inundated a year ago with more emails than I could handle, and with my niece's taking up so much time I generally don't have time to answer every email and I wouldn't want to miss yours. I help those who I actually know nowadays. Its funny (I think) but I was able to trace my kinship to two old childhood friends, one of whom I still keep in touch with (and is now an attorney at a good firm in Phoenix), found that my brother's best man is kin, that his mother and two of my Mom's other friends are kin, found that one of my professor's is kin (he was also the chair of my thesis committee, but neither of us knew we were related until nearly 10 years since I'd last sat in a class and he'd been retired for a few years himself) and there's been a few other interesting connections I've come across since I started this in '92. Gotta go get some sleep now, though--I had my nieces today, had some light housework to do, and have to be up at 6:10 tomorrow morning to do the whole thing over again. The life of an uncle, and I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world! Oh, heck, one last bit o' trivia: Bill Gates, Bill Hewlett, David Packard & Tim Berners-Lee (creator of the World Wide Web) are all kin. Cheers, Ms D.
  10. geolarson2
    09-19-2008 12:23 AM
    geolarson2
    Just to clarify: when I said you get what you pay for, nothing, I meant that I do not and never have charged anyone to look up their family tree for them. I have helped a couple people trace their family trees and get into the General Society of Mayflower Descendants (I'm not a member--too pompous at times for me; I did submit records to them on my nieces' behalf, which were accepted, but then I changed my mind when they copped that silver spoon entitlement attitude--know how many folks are descended from the people who came over on the Mayflower? Thousands upon thousands, and some of black, some Indian, some Asian, some white, some rich, some poor and so on) and other groups like SAR & DAR, but what I usually provide is an outline that you, or anyone else, could use to request the official documents or allow you to follow the trail I find using the census, &c. That's what I meant to say.

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