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Etiquette For Graduation Invitations And Announcements

 

Etiquette For Graduation Invitations And Announcements
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Etiquette For Graduation Invitations And Announcements

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Etiquette For Graduation Invitations And Announcements

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10.10.10

All their Silver Blue sides are great, as are many of their earlier recordings of course. ‘Shame they were virtually overlooked in their homeland! These sides sound even better now than they did in ‘74/75!

10.10.10

#win CraftArtist Platinum – Make Scrapbooks, Invitations & Much More! Ends 5/3 #giveaway #mothersday

The calligraphy was done for a 40th birthday dinner party thrown by the client for her husband. She requested my Lavish Design Style. The invitations were custom lettered for each guest. I took the Lavish Design Style a step further by …

10.10.10

It is proper to send announcements to anyone that you want to sent announcements to. You do not have to invite everyone to the party.
When you have the party is up to you (and your family if you live at home). I agree that Mother's Day would not be a good day for obvious reasons. It is even ok to have a pre-graduation party if that suits you better.

10.10.10

“Eminent National Security correspondent at the New York Times has been told by a retired former official of the Central Intelligence Agency that the Bush White House repeatedly asked the CIA to spy on me with a view to discovering “damaging” information with which to discredit my reputation. Glenn Carle says he was called into the office of his superior, David Low, in 2005 and was asked of me, “ ‘What do you think we might know about him, or could find out that could discredit him?’ ” Low actually wrote up a brief attempt in this direction and submitted it to the White House but Carle says he intercepted it. Carle later discovered that yet another young analyst had been tasked with looking into me. It seems to me clear that the Bush White House was upset by my blogging of the Iraq War, in which I was using Arabic and other primary sources, and which contradicted the propaganda efforts of the administration attempting to make the enterprise look like a wild shining success. Carle’s revelations come as a visceral shock. You had thought that with all the shennanigans of the CIA against anti-Vietnam war protesters and then Nixon’s use of the agency against critics like Daniel Ellsberg, that the Company and successive White Houses would have learned that the agency had no business spying on American citizens. I believe Carle’s insider account and discount the glib denials of people like Low. Carle is taking a substantial risk in making all this public. I hope that the Senate and House Intelligence Committees will immediately launch an investigation of this clear violation of the law by the Bush White House and by the CIA officials concerned. Like Mr. Carle, I am dismayed at how easy it seems to have been for corrupt WH officials to suborn CIA personnel into activities that had nothing to do with national security abroad and everything to do with silencing domestic critics. This effort was yet another attempt to gut the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution, in this case as part of an effort to gut the First Amendment of the US Constitution. I should point out that my blog was begun in 2002 with an eye toward analyzing open source information on the struggle against al-Qaeda. In 2003 I also began reporting on the unfolding Iraq War. My goal was to help inform the public and to present sources and analysis on the basis of my expertise as a Middle East and South Asia expert. In 2003-2005 and after I on a few occasions was asked to speak to military and intelligence professionals, most often as part of an inter-agency audience, and I presented to them in person distillations of my research. I never had a direct contract with the CIA, but some of the think tanks that every once in a while asked me to speak were clearly letting analysts and field officers know about the presentations (which were most often academic panels of a sort that would be mounted at any academic conference), and they attended. I should underline that these presentations involved small travel expenses and a small honorarium, and that I wasn’t a high-paid consultant but clearly was expected to speak my views and share my conclusions frankly. It was not a regular gig. Apparently one of the purposes of spying on me to discredit me, from the point of view of the Bush White House, was ironically to discourage Washington think tanks from inviting me to speak to the analysts, not only of the CIA but also the State Department Intelligence and Research and other officials concerned with counter-terrorism and with Iraq. It seemed likely to some colleagues, according to what they told me, that the Bush administration had in fact succeeded in having me blackballed, since the invitations rather dropped off, and panels of a sort I had earlier participated in were being held without my presence. I do not know if smear tactics were used to produce this result, behind the scenes and within the government. It was all the same to me– I continued to provide what I believe was an important service to the Republic at my blog and I know for a fact that not only intelligence analysts but members of the Bush team continued to read some of what I wrote. What alarms me most of all in the nakedly illegal deployment of the CIA against an academic for the explicit purpose of destroying his reputation for political purposes is that I know I am a relatively small fish and it seems to me rather likely that I was not the only target of the baleful team at the White House. After the Valerie Plame affair, it seemed clear that there was nothing those people wouldn’t stoop to. You wonder how many critics were effectively “destroyed.” It is sad that a politics of personal destruction was the response by the Bush White House to an attempt of a citizen to reason in public about a matter of great public interest. They have brought great shame upon the traditions of the White House, which go back to George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison, who had hoped that checks and balances would forestall such abuses of power.”

10.10.10

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Jyotika’s role in Karthi’s marriage!
The wedding preparations for Karthi and Renjani are progressing in full swing and the entire Sivakumar household is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that the wedding is a grand spectacle. With the D-day (July 3rd) drawing close, there is a lot of work to be completed and everybody in the household is chipping in to get everything done in time. The invitations and other details are being taken care of by Suriya.
Jyotika has her hands full too, as she is in charge of selecting the sarees and jewels for Renjani, as Jo’s sense of fashion and style is well-known. This task is keeping Jo completely occupied, as she is ensuring that the new arrival in the family is given the best of everything.
The marriage on July 3rd is to be a private function. However, a grand…
10.10.10

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