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Thanksgiving at the Simkins' 2009

Posted on November 27, 2009

I grew up in northern suburbs of Chicago. You know all the John Hughes' films like Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club and Weird Science? They were either filmed or supposed... Continue Reading

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Live from the Cox Arena

Posted on November 21, 2004

I am at the Cox Convention Center in downtown OKC getting ready to see The Trans-Siberian Orchestra for my third time. With me is Mrs. Mayor and some good friends... Continue Reading

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Happy Birthday Mary!

Posted on March 18, 2004

Today is my sweetie's Birthday. Mary is loving, intelligent, creative, witty, beautiful, fun and as godly a woman as I could ever ask for. She is an incredible blessing in... Continue Reading

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Spring Break

Posted on March 15, 2004

Well, its Spring Break. We tossed around the idea of leaving town, but couldn't agree on where to go. Instead of hitting the road, we are redoing Zach's room. He... Continue Reading

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Seussical the Musical

Posted on March 12, 2004

About three years ago, I came upon the soundtrack for Seussical the Musical at Amazon.com. Seussical is a Broadway production based on the works of the late Dr. Seuss. The... Continue Reading

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Posted on November 25, 2003

When we were on our month-long road trip, one of our key stops was in Plymouth, Massachusetts, the place where the pilgrims first set foot on the continent after disembarking... Continue Reading

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Posted on September 29, 2003

Here is the big news from the Comm household. As many of you may know, we homeschool our two children, Z and J. One of the subjects the children are... Continue Reading

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Posted on August 17, 2003

We discovered a great new game yesterday. Using nothing more than a GPS device (Global Positioning Satellite), our car and the cooperation of other fun seekers, we participated in an... Continue Reading

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On the road again

Posted on July 19, 2003

It is late on Saturday evening and we are preparing for a sem-spontaneous trip to Red River, New Mexico. It has been SO darned hot in Oklahoma City (it hit... Continue Reading

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Enid, OK, Day 3

Posted on June 6, 2003

We decided that the continental breakfast at the Comfort Inn had a lot to be desired. Fortunately, there was an IHop not far from the hotel. Just can't beat a... Continue Reading

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Enid, OK, Day 2

Posted on June 5, 2003

Rainy and overcast today. The kids were really hoping they might go swimming, but I guess it wasn't meant to be. We went to Godfather's Pizza and enjoyed the buffet... Continue Reading

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Spontaneous Vacation

Posted on June 4, 2003

After the week I had last week, the icing was put on the proverbial cake yesterday afternoon. I found that I have been paying way too much for my health... Continue Reading

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All in the family

Posted on May 22, 2003

Mrs Mayor now has her own blog! She saw my blog and wanted one as well. The design isn't final, nor is the name. But go take a look and... Continue Reading

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God, Dancing and the Matrix

Posted on May 17, 2003

We've got a full day planned for Sunday. First, we'll head to church in the morning. Afterwards, we've got time for a very quick bite to eat and then its... Continue Reading

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Posted on May 9, 2003

My mom and step-father are in town for a visit. They'll be staying until Sunday morning. The kids are very excited to see Grandma and Grandpa! Continue Reading

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Our kids are awesome!

Posted on May 8, 2003

Zach and Jenna worked hard these past few weeks to be part of our church Children's Musical, "The Solid Rock Cafe". Both had solo singing parts and both were part... Continue Reading

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Zach wants me to

Posted on May 7, 2003

Zach wants me to auction these on ebay... Continue Reading

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Just another day

Posted on May 7, 2003

So, today I mowed the lawn and laid down some grass seed. Yee-haw. Another exciting day in Edmond, Oklahoma. Oh, and Socrates got his hair cut today. Continue Reading

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Joel Comm is an Internet entrepreneur who has been online for over 20 years. In 1995, Joel launched WorldVillage.com, a family-friendly portal to the web which enjoys thousands of visitors each day. Joel is the co-creator of ClassicGames.com, which was acquired by Yahoo! in 1997, and now goes by the name Yahoo! Games. Since then, Joel's company, InfoMedia, Inc., has launched dozens of web sites which offer online shopping, free stuff, website reviews and more. Joel is the author of many popular books, including the NY Times Best-Seller, The AdSense Code. He regularly makes appearances at Internet marketing conferences and seminars.
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