The Post on Jane Doe and Master’s University Will Be Up Today

We are so sorry for the confusion. We needed to do some tweaking on the post. It will be up later today.


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The Post on Jane Doe and Master’s University Will Be Up Today — 17 Comments

  1. I read the post last night, then……..poof, it was gone. I was afraid Jane had changed her mind. Glad she didn’t!

  2. Nancy2 (aka Kevlar) wrote:

    I read the post last night, then……..poof, it was gone. I was afraid Jane had changed her mind. Glad she didn’t!

    Oh I didn’t see it at all.

    Bless Jane, she is brave.

  3. Had an interesting conversation with Mr Haney the one who TMS is referring everyone to who calls about Janes story

  4. Shauna wrote:

    Had an interesting conversation with Mr Haney the one who TMS is referring everyone to who calls about Janes story

    Details?

  5. I wondered where it went. Read it late last night, then it was gone. Glad no one is pressuring you about it, not that pressure still won’t happen.

  6. Deb wrote:

    @ Nancy2 (aka Kevlar):
    I had to make a few minor corrections. You will see very few changes from the original post.

    Will the comments the original post collected transfer over?

  7. Nancy2 (aka Kevlar) wrote:

    I read the post last night, then……..poof, it was gone. I was afraid Jane had changed her mind. Glad she didn’t!

    I read about Jane’s story first over at Spiritual Sounding Board which had a link to her letter on Marci’s blog. I wondered why the post here just when poof too.

  8. On the plus side:
     Liverpool won today;
     I’ve got junit installed and working on the Mac

    IHTIH

  9. Furthermore, I’ve just read the following on Wikipedia:

    Some mathematical systems such as surreal numbers and hyperreal numbers generate elaborate systems of infinitesimals with amazing properties.

    In the absence of any direct references, I looked up hyperreal numbers, but if I’m honest, I’m none the wiser.

    IHTIH

  10. I think everyone here is looking for the perfect church.

    What I would say is, if you ever find the perfect church, don’t join it – you’ll spoil it.

    Yours sincerely,

    Arnold Smartarse

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