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Merry Christmas to all.

My new A7ii should be arriving today!  What?  Me excited?   Well, maybe just a little!

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The first playoff games of the 2013 season. Novice and JV played hard but unfortunately Varsity will be the only Sonora team moving on. What a beautiful facility Bret Harte has! The girls continue to do a fantastic job.
Jr Cats Cheer at Bret Harte (AMA) Jr Bullfrogs
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The girls pretty well hung tough even during some torrential bursts of rain and some awesome rolling thunder! Here are a few shots from yesterday's games.
Jr Cats Cheer at Home vs AMA Bullfrogs
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Had a great time Saturday shooting at the MVFL Jamboree for the Jr Cats Cheer team. Here's a sampling. #JRCatsCheer   #MVFL   #SonoraCheer  
Jr Cats Cheer
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Archiving and formatting SD Cards.  Now there's some fun for ya!

A little work on the studio tonight.  Organization to maximize space.

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Some really good info on Google+
Free copies of What the Plus!, courtesy of Google. Please share this post so as many people as possible can get a copy.

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An important read. Even if you don't agree with his position on one thing or another Gary Johnson isn't afraid to discuss real issues that these guys won't. Help broaden the debate and bring real choice:
#garyjohnson2012   #garyjohnsonmustdebate   #gogaryjohnson   #garyjohnson   #presidentialdebate2012   #presidentialdebate  
"The top five reasons Gary Johnson should be allowed to participate."

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Great opportunity to hear different ideas, not just variation in shades.   #garyjohnson2012   #garyjohnsonmustdebate   #gogaryjohnson  
Gov. Gary Johnson will host a special online event on Wednesday, October 3rd, at 6:00 pm PDT / 9:00 pm EDT, during which he will provide commentary on the Presidential debate.

The event will be hosted via this Google+ Hangout, and on Twitter at

Gov. Johnson is challenging his exclusion from the upcoming Presidential debates, and his online commentary and responses to Wednesday's or subsequent debates are of course subject to change should the Commission on Presidential Debates or the Federal Courts allow him to participate.

To learn more about Gov. Gary Johnson, please visit
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