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09/19/08 01:18 PM #28    

Jacqueline Tillman (Harty)

Happy Birthday to Al Grizzard!

09/22/08 06:52 PM #29    

Albert Grizzard

Thanks for the birthday wishes.
Glad to have them. (the birthdays)

Navy PO2, 67-68, South China Sea

09/25/08 06:02 PM #30    

Curly Harman

And Jackie Tillman Harty.....HAPPY BIRTHDAY to YOU !!

09/30/08 04:03 PM #31    

Jacqueline Tillman (Harty)

Thanks Curly. I had a very nice day.

And today is Butch Garner's birthday. Have a good one!

09/30/08 05:35 PM #32    

Frank Duke

Hello Mr. Curly -- Got your post about the open chat line on Thursday... Thanks for the invite and looking forward to saying Hi to you and others on Thursday.
Frank

10/04/08 11:09 PM #33    

Ed Keeney

Jackie
A little late in my response but Thanks for the well wishes.

Ed Keeney, USAF, Retired
1962-1988

10/05/08 11:51 PM #34    

Frank Duke

New Poll very interesting. Just hope it is a sample of things to come.... May be hope for the Good Old USA yet. But then we are Army brats, older enought to have some smarts, and a lot more brains than the news media thinks give us credit for, and many of us have been to other counties and know just how great even with all its faults America is. There was a great program on Fox News tonight that expose a lot of B O's ( Bad Odor )past associations and just how he has gotten to where he is now both polically and mentally.
Thanks again for the poll and at present I see there is 1 person out there that needs to think about country and not party, because surely they have to be thinking party and not individual.
Sorry about the diatribe, this is just me opining my opinion
Frank

10/10/08 05:04 PM #35    

Sharon Barrow (Dickens)

Hi Curly,

Just checked out Our songs and Fun Link. Both are great. I played several of the songs and they really brought back memories. You are doing a great job.

Sharon Barrow Dickens

10/30/08 08:43 PM #36    

Curly Harman

Where is everybody? Sleeping? Getting ready for the holidays? Thinking about what to do if Obama is elected President? (God help us!)

11/05/08 04:38 PM #37    

Jacqueline Tillman (Harty)

Well well well gang, we got us a new prezzy. His appointments will tell us much.
It's amazing McCain/Palin did as well as they did, given the economic mess, Bush's irrelevance, two wars going on, the most biased media coverage in our lifetime, and so forth.
It's time to regroup and get back to basics.

11/07/08 09:49 AM #38    

Jacqueline Tillman (Harty)

Let the real revolution begin. New ideas from Newt:

http://www.aei.org/publications/pubID.28905/pub_detail.asp


I attended a lecture that Newt gave several months ago where he raised this issue. I was so intrigued, and in a conversation with him afterwards, he said he was going to do more work on this subject. And so he has. Would love to know what you think.

11/08/08 07:20 PM #39    

Sharon Barrow (Dickens)

I'm sorry I haven't been into the message board. 65th Birthday party sounds great. I always believed, if you have to get older might as well celebrate. Callaway gardens sounds great. I have only been there once in 4????? years. That was to drive thru the Christmas display 8 years ago, boy was it cold that night.

Sharon Barrow Dickens

11/09/08 09:21 PM #40    

Frank Duke

Just a few words - get madder and madder the more I think about the one sided election, so can't say much... Thanks Jacqueline for your posts.... McCain/Palin never had a chance, what with so much stacked against them. Sorry news reporting (very bias), ecomony shot, No record of who donated so much money to B.O. or where it came from. Just hope somthing good can come from it all..

P.S. tell Newt to come back in the forfront again.

11/14/08 04:54 PM #41    

Curly Harman

Jackie
I think Newt's article was quite interesting. Paying kids to learn is a practice that has been going on for quite some time but maybe in more subtle ways. I remember earning extra money while in school. My parents paid me $1.00 for each A and $.50 for each B but nothing for anything lower. That was good money back in the 50s and 60s. I remember doing the same for my 2 girls but the amount was higher. They always did good in school. Just look at the amazing things young kids do with computers...
The potential is there for this country's children to be great...but so many are spoiled. Something needs to change !!

11/25/08 11:03 AM #42    

Jacqueline Tillman (Harty)

Hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving.

I always give thanks for such good, cherished friends!

12/02/08 03:40 PM #43    

Sharon Barrow (Dickens)

Looked at the boards today and have they really been quiet. I guess everyone is still stuffed from the bird. HA!HA! Now the Christmas parties, went to one last nigth had TURKEY/DRESSING going to one tonight - again TURKEY/DRESSING. My church is really doing something different, we are having a Italian Supper for our Christmas party. Hope everyone is doing fine. I am relaxing after having two of my grandkids for 5 days. I dooooo love having them.

Sharon Barrow Dickens

12/07/08 09:43 PM #44    

Frank Duke

Curly, just got through looking at your " labor of love" addition to the Baker site.... Really enjoyed it and looking forward to more additions to be added. All the time you have spent working on this really shows and I for one really enjoy loging on ever day or so to see whats new or who may have added a new message. Thanks again for your work in helping to keep our class together and in touch with each other.
Frank

12/08/08 05:30 PM #45    

Curly Harman

Thank you Frank....I'm very glad that someone appreciates it.

12/20/08 06:46 PM #46    

Sharon Barrow (Dickens)

Curly,

We all appreciate what you are doing. If it weren't for you we would all loose touch.

Thanks again,

Sharon Barrow Dickens

12/24/08 01:53 PM #47    

Frank Duke

Decembewr 23,08

A Very MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR to one and all. May your blessing be even more in '09 than ever before and looking forward to seeing everyone the next time we can get together.
Most of us will be turning 65 in '09 and I just know we all look like we are just 49, so act like you look, make your kids wonder what you are up to and just smile when they ask you.
UNtill next time --- Keep in touch.

12/29/08 08:23 AM #48    

Jacqueline Tillman (Harty)

Want to echo Frank's good wishes for Christmas and add a very Happy New Year to all of us. I've already told huband Pat that I want a bash when I turn 65. It's all uphill from that! Bless all of you.

12/30/08 08:51 AM #49    

Jacqueline Tillman (Harty)

Curly,
You are amazing. What you have given to us with this web site; all its features -- fun, nostalgic, interesting, moving; and now a bunch of interactive methods for us to use to communicate..... Plus, all you have done and do for us to get together physically. There are not enough ways to say thanks. But heartfelt thanks and have a wonderful 2009.
Jackie

12/30/08 03:20 PM #50    

Curly Harman

Thank you Jackie
I become inspired when I get comments like the ones from you. It makes all the efforts worthwhile. I just wish that all of our classmates enjoy the website as much as you do.
Curly

01/09/09 11:43 PM #51    

Jimmye Rhyne-Warren (Grimes)

I'm sorry your year got off to a bad start Curly. And, I'm sorry I missed sending you a birthday greeting. I was at my parent's in North Carolina and I can't open or use my email there. They have dial-up! Happy belated birthday. Your year can only get better!
Jimmye Grimes

01/22/09 03:45 PM #52    

Jacqueline Tillman (Harty)

Yikes! I missed it as well, Curly. But, now that you have expertise in being 65, what's it like???? j/k

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