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Moshe Haven
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Attended SUNY at Binghamton
Lives in Potomac, MD
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13,699-mile journey stops at 50 landmarks — but you'll need some serious time off to complete it.
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Please provide specifics on what was used to make this. It looks like a great idea to have it using the same opening as the Mirage drive, instead of needing to create a bracket on the side or stern.

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The wording below is mainly from an announcement. I wish I was involved in working on it. Analyzing that data would be a dream job...

The Department of Health and Human Services launched the Health System Measurement Project. The Project brings together, in a very easy to use format, trend information on about 50 key health system-related measures across ten topical areas, including access to care, cost and affordability, prevention, and health information technology. Most of the data can be viewed by population characteristics, such as age, sex, income level, insurance coverage, and geography. You can view the project at https://healthmeasures.aspe.hhs.gov/.
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I'm thinking about buying the Pro Angler 17T instead of the 14 so that I can occasionally bring someone else along, and to have the extra room when alone. I'll be using it alone nearly all the time - using the Mirage, not a motor.  Any experience to share on how it handles when alone? I can't find any reviews that say more than that the seating can be configured for single use.

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This comes out (hopefully inadvertently) as an ultimate advertisement for a spouse: "The person you really need to marry: Terry McMillan."  just under the section with the video.  I hope that her referring to the marriages ending as simply, "I walked out" was an over effort to avoid criticizing anyone else. But it also completely avoided acknowledging that anyone really had responsibility. Things that "just happen" are desolate and poor. But her upbeat, pausing to look thoughtful and deep, answer of simply taking responsibility for yourself, makes "Just Do It" sound sophisticated. Her talk was initially appealing, especially to me - having personally failed in several marriages, but while her talk sounds nice, when subsequently looking to actually operationalize the "advice", there is "no there, there."  But it sure sounded good until some thought was applied...  Disappointing. 

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This is brilliantly done. I wish I knew who designed it...
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Have him in circles
40 people
Shirley Miller's profile photo
James Usitalo's profile photo
Breslov Therapy's profile photo
Jack Rubinger's profile photo
Alexander Yaw Danquah's profile photo
Gloria Goldman's profile photo
Susan Andrews's profile photo
Zak Kreisman's profile photo
Elizabeth Frates's profile photo
Education
  • SUNY at Binghamton
    1980
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A relationship
Birthday
August 29
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Single
Other names
Mark
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Retired
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Computer Information Systems Security Specialist (CISSP),
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  • Retired
    Living to the max, 2015 - present
    Remodeling house, gardening, learning Torah, fishing, looking for the crescendo love of my life...
  • U.S. Government
    Senior IT Specialist, 1984 - 2015
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Potomac, MD
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Utica, NY - Binghamton, NY - Halifax, Nova Scotia
A holy and deeply moving site to visit.
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