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April 25, 2006

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I just realized this was a multi-author blog - duh! Anyway, I've put my comment about the manifesto in the correct place

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My son Douglas (who turns 6 on Friday) in his I.A.N. shirt:

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My son Douglas (who turns 6 on Friday) in his I.A.N. shirt:

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The pins are way small... though my niece, who is a style queen, immediately appropriated one.

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According to public record births database Anybirthday.com, birthdays are evenly distributed throughout the year, except for the months of October and September, which follow the holiday season by nine months. The most frequent birthday is cited as October 5, with an average of 12,576 people born each year, while the least frequent birthday is cited as May 22 with an average of 10,259 persons born annually.

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Swag like nobody's business.

I bought a mug, some pins, and an apron. The mug rocks... heavy and big. I cook seriously -- meat grinder, big sautee pans -- so I use professional quality aprons: this one doesn't cut it (my daughter can wear it making frittatas, though). The pins are way small... though my niece, who is a style queen, immediately appropriated one.

Kami Huyse

Susan; You got the shirt, cool.

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Well, happy birthday to Douglas! Great T-shirt, btw...

Elisa

I just noticed that Typepad adds the parenthesis to the links. This is the manifesto link:

https://www.breakingranks.net/weblog/nobody-manifesto/

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I just realized this was a multi-author blog - duh! Anyway, I've put my comment about the manifesto in the correct place. Sorry, Susan!

Elisa

After reading your archives, I noticed you were working on a manifesto (https://allanjenkins.typepad.com/nobody/2006/04/working_on_a_no.html). You might find Bob Fuller's The Nobody Manifesto useful (https://www.breakingranks.net/weblog/nobody-manifesto/). This is from his book Somebodies & Nobodies (2003). I just posted a shout out to your group there.

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