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Thanks Mama Dews, for your kind words on behalf of Jewel Kats and Claudia Marie Lenart.  If you would like to see any of our other books in the Fairy Abilities Tales series please stop by www.LHPress.com/growing-with-love and email me victor at LHPRess dotcom.
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A must read for all TBI survivors, caregivers, and family.
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Public outreach to nonprofit agencies is a big part of our mission at LH Press.
Loving Healing Press (LHP) recently donated some of its books and issues of its quarterly journal Recovering the Self to Old Town Clinic in Portland, OR. The donation was valued by the clinic, which provides healthcare to 20 plus thousand medical visits annually. library 1 ...
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Alas, no Juggernaut X [R5] was compared?  I thought that would be a shoe-in for ballistic fun...
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Ohhh I just had to try to come up with something...

I really like the Fallout armor on the Jugg since it has a high ballistic resist already.  I used the armor to balance evade and all the resists... if making it a "dredge" fleet, you might want to pump up evade and radioactive resist a little more.  With more smaller armors, the build time isn't too bad compared to the other fleets (88d 2h).  The resistances are in the same neighborhood as most of the other fleets, with slightly better evade.

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Greatly underestimates the ability to hit Tier 3.  I've been trying for Tier 3 weeklies for a year and I finally gave up and coined it.  That means hitting a 40 base TWENTY times to get to Tier 3.  That's not easy in 3 days.  I tried to do it with only 27s and 34s but my god it took all freaking day long to get 1 million.
Uranium is needed for Retrofits, Outpost 6, and Level 11 buildings. Uranium has been difficult to get in this game... or HAS IT? I recently saw a Level 49 player begging in comms for someone to prep a Level 62 dredge for ...
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8 marauder fleets autoing 27s for instant repair will get you to tier 4 every week. Takes a day to build each fleet. Then book mark every 27 in your sector and nearby sectors as they generally spawn in the same place. After you've built the marauders you can build bigger fleets that you drive to get points quicker.
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"However at R5, this hull will still have its intrinsic weaknesses of "average" combat speed and 3 specials."
Are there boats with more than 3 specials? If so, I don't have them.
With the game update after the Perdition raid, there were no fixes, but two new pieces of content: New retrofits and a new campaign. New Retrofits:  Kixeye has released retrofits on 4 limited hulls: Greta's Nuclear Cruiser,...
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Lots of boats do these days - Interceptors, Crusaders, Dreadnaughts, Behemoths, Stingrays, Kodiaks....
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Great review of Jewel Kats' children's book
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Shaila Abdullah is one of our most important authors and she has made huge contribution to adult and children's literature at Modern History Press and Loving Healing Press.
Shaila Abdullah author of 2 adult books and a children's book about an autistic sibling, one on a natural disaster and one on friendship and cerebral palsy
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Software Engineer
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Programming in Python, MySQL, Perl on Linux EC2 cloud. Publisher and book shepherd with 200 titles published.
Employment
  • ProQuest
    Sr. Software Engineer, 2011 - present
    Advanced Search Team reverse-engineering Microsoft FAST Search Engine in Python to provide services such as document alerting, hot backups of servers and data, and liaison with IT.
  • Loving Healing Press Inc.
    Publisher
    Published 200 titles under Loving Healing Press, Modern History Press, and Marvelous Spirit Press imprints. Responsibility for new title acquisition, vendor and author relations, title planning, metadata architecture, royalty calculation and disbursement.
  • SIEMENS
    Sr. Software Engineer, 1996 - 2009
  • SDRC
    1999
  • HCIA
    Sr. Software Engineer, 1993 - 1996
  • Condor Computer
    Software Engineer, 1987 - 1989
  • Imageware
    Sr. Software Engineer, 1996 - 1998
  • EDS
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Ann Arbor, MI
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Grosse Pointe Park, MI - Houghton, MI
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Author of books on C++ and Windows programming
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  • Michighan Tech University
    BS in Computer Science, 1982 - 1986
  • Washtenaw Community College
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Invoice 24284: MAR answered the phone after hours (I think it was 7PM) when our freezer died and they were here by 1PM the next day. The technician was courteous, arrived on time, and able to diagnose the bad starter just from listening to the freezer. Unfortunately, our unit was too old to be repaired economically and the parts weren't in stock but it was well worth the diagnostic fee and I would surely do it again the same way. Since the freezer was more than 30 years old and we didn't tell them the make/model in advance, I am not surprised that parts weren't on hand.
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The lunch specials are very inexpensive, a full-size meal for about $7.95. Dinners have a wide variety of tasty combinations. My wife especiallly loves the Sesame Pork. We have scheduled New Years Eve dinner there on more than one occassion and they can comfortably seat about 12. More than that, I woud try a different venue. The service is always fast, the food is hot and fresh. Your choice of white or brown rice (no extra cost). I've never had them make a mistake and I have been eating there for at least a decade regularly. I agree its not SanFrancisco Chinese cuisine, but nothing outside California is. For Michigan, its as good as it gets.
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In the middle of 1000 mile roadtrip, any breakdown is bound to be scary. We were headed down the Mass Pike when we pulled off for gas at the station next door to Brooks Motors. A passing mechanic noticed a large pool of liquid seeping out from undernearth my 2005 Taurus. He said it looked like a burst hose and he could get someone to look at it in 30 minutes. We took his word for it, went to lunch, and they repaired what was eventually found to be a burst hose clamp/connector and we were back on the Pike in a couple hours. Mechanics and owner were courteous and explained all the details to us. Could not have asked for better luck or better service. If we had run out of coolant on the Pike it could have been the end of my engine or worse.
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