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Colin Lovett
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Do I have a choice? Yes. And this is the next one...
Do I have a choice? Yes. And this is the next one...

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My father, Tom Lovett, passed away this week. What he did for a living is not really that important, other than he worked very hard to provide for his family. What he did as a person IS important.

He was decent man who led a good life and was kind to all he knew and fiercely loyal to those he loved.

I was lucky to have his as a father and honored to call him my friend. This photo is how I choose to remember him.  In the sun, surrounded by his entire family, making us laugh.  

No one really dies as long as they are remembered. His life will echo on.
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St. Thomas was a great way to spend the holidays. Highly recommend Bolongo Bay! Happy New Year everyone. 
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Southern Oregon can be so beautiful. Really enjoyed my trip to the Rogue River. Next time I promise not to be sick the entire time!
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A new picture of our pale blue dot.

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We had a couple of baby hawks visit us in the backyard today! Amazing and beautiful birds. 
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Great day for baseball. Great day to spend with my son. 
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Ding Dong the DOMA's dead! This doesn't change everything at once, but is a big step in the right direction. 

“The federal statute is invalid, for no legitimate purpose overcomes the purpose and effect to disparage and to injure those whom the State, by its marriage laws, sought to protect in personhood and dignity.”

Well said. 

#scotus   #lgbt   #doma  

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Really poor work by David Gregory in this interview.  Seriously, just a little journalism 101 dude. 

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I'm really proud of the work we did on this series.  A good resource for anyone wanting to know more about the issue of immigration in America. 
Immigration: The New Face of America is a collection of personal stories, interactive graphics and resources that seeks to put a human face on the political debate. It is a place to examine the "American Dream" and explore why it comes true for some, yet remains elusive for others. Join us in the conversation.

Watch the video here or see the complete special report at voanews.com/immigration

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Very cool, but the idea of bunny's on the brain is a bit creepy. 
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