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Dennis Reasinger
Works at Rollins Accounting and Inventory Services, Inc.
Attended Hagerstown Community College
Lives in Damascus, MD
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Lent is a time to enter more deeply into a relationship with God.
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What should you know about dating someone on the autism spectrum? This is one of the many questions Matt Fuller’s new documentary, Autism in Love, seeks to uncover about how people with the disorder pursue and manage romantic relationships. Finding love can be hard enough for anyone—but it can be even more challenging when things like communication and social interaction, core characteristics of a successful relationship, are compromised. In thes...
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Looks like some good stuff for everyone, not just Buddhists....
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I support Bernie Sanders !
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Patheos writers discuss the rise of consumerism and the realities of 21st-century capitalism and wealth disparity.
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You will find resources and information here regarding Openness Theology. If this is your first visit please take a moment to look around. If you have any questions or comments regarding Openness Theology or this website feel free to contact us. While you are here please take a moment to tell us what you think…
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Pardon the "potty mouth" butthis really is a good story....
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While there are many generic items such as disaster kits that you can prepare in advance, there are also many things that will need to be done in accordance with specific disasters. Here's our advice! http://adjustersinternational.com/the-6-natural-disasters-you-need-to-prepare-for/
Earthquakes, fires, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes and winter storms are some of the most damaging natural disasters you need to prepare for.
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Education
  • Hagerstown Community College
    Computer Applications, AA degree, 1993
  • University of Maryland University College
    Psychology, Computer Programming, Accounting, and various other classes during my Army career.
  • Harrisburg Area Community College
    General Studies, AA dgree
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Retired Army NCO, Excel Geek and web surfer extraordinaire....
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I can often be found loitering in Barnes & Noble; drinking coffee, looking at books and discreetly ogling the women. I enjoy reading, surfing the web, walking and family time. Most likely I should do more walking and less web surfing. I am a Christian; not the scary fundamentalist type, rather I am an ELCA Lutheran. My politics and theology are eclectic but overall I tilt to the left. I have a special place on my bad list for white collar crime and corporate malfeasance. My interests include but are not limited to technology, religion, history, and psychology. I am particularly interested in the psychological and sociological aspects of the internet. You should visit my blog  because you know you want to ! 
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Married to an excellent woman for 20+ years. I am blessed with two grown daughters, both college graduates. I have three outstanding grand kids, two boys and a baby girl !
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Spreadsheet Wizard and Guardian of the Archives. My primary responsibility is to prepare spreadsheets for property insurance claims. I also do records management and answer questions about MS Excel from my co-workers.
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  • Rollins Accounting and Inventory Services, Inc.
    Spreadsheets, Data Entry, and Records Management, present
  • U.S. Army
    Veterinary Service (MOS 91R Food Inspector), 1972 - 1992
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Damascus, MD
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Kaiserslautern, Germany - Rouzerville, PA - Stuttgart, Germany - Seoul, Korea - New Cumberland, PA - DuBois, PA
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Benefit of the Doubt
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Bestselling author counters the unbiblical notion that faith means lack of doubt, offering practical ways to live as disciples in a world...

Lumosity
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Learning from the Voices in My Head
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Available in: NOOK Book (eBook). Eleanor Longden was a college freshman when she started hearing voices in her head. Diagnosed with schizoph

Christians have not been ‘reading the Bible this way for 2,000 years’
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Whenever I write something critical of the relatively recent dogma of “biblical inerrancy,” someone always responds by insisting that Christ

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The Embodiment of God and the Disembodied Age: How the Incarnation Infor...
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Escape to the Wilderness—via Skateboard
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Jeff Rich's Watershed Project is an ongoing documentary study of three large rivers; the French Broad, the Tennessee and the Mississippi.

The ‘Cold-Call Pope’ Reaches Out and Touches a Lot of People
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Of all the novelties that Pope Francis has brought to the Vatican, few have endeared him to the public — and unsettled his aides — as much a

Google Cultural Institute
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The Google Cultural Institute brings together millions of artifacts from multiple partners, with the stories that bring them to life, in a v

The conservative crackup: How the Republican Party lost its mind
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How a major, diverse political party became so dependent on the Tea Party's narrow range of strident voices

Can Dogs Feel Our Emotions? Yawn Study Suggests Yes
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Pet dogs yawn more in response to their owners' yawns than to strangers'—suggesting they can understand our emotions, a new study says.

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images-775 The pursuit of happiness can be described as both a deep concern and obsession of human beings throughout time. This quest to dis

Do I Love the Bible? It’s Complicated.
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And as I was prophesying, there was a noise, a rattling sound, and the bones came together, bone to bone. I looked, and tendons and flesh ap

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There has been research and speculation regarding video gaming and how it can be a source of addiction. According to the American Medical As

Visiting a Sacred Void: the 9/11 Memorial | The Wild Hunt
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A personal reflection on the 9/11 Memorial Site in Manhattan