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Alfred P. Reaud

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Al at 52 in May, 2010 in Colorado Springs, CO, made playing with GIMP.

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  • Posted: 09/12/2016 - 14:52

    After working for a couple of years in Dairy service, I'm back out looking for a job. One is never too old for new things, LOL. And as one of the Proverbs says, a laborer's hunger works for them. I'm looking for something with computers, IT, websites, or something in the warehouse. Great job I put in a resume for today, working as a Material's Specialist for a helicopter outfit. That would be nice, as I love being around the airport, airplanes, and just flying things in general. I must get that from my feline buddies, who love flying things too... wink So never think you are too old to do new things, and remember you'll get plenty of sleep when you're dead!

Migrated Pages

These are pages that migrated to sister sites where the content belongs, which will be happycattech.com for software and applications, and coloradoan-anti-censorship.net for activism. If you landed here looking for something, please look through the list below to see if the page you want is on one of the other sites.

Contents

Back on the Job Hunt

After working for a couple of years in Dairy service, I'm back out looking for a job. One is never too old for new things, LOL. And as one of the Proverbs says, a laborer's hunger works for them. I'm looking for something with computers, IT, websites, or something in the warehouse. Great job I put in a resume for today, working as a Material's Specialist for a helicopter outfit. That would be nice, as I love being around the airport, airplanes, and just flying things in general. I must get that from my feline buddies, who love flying things too... wink So never think you are too old to do new things, and remember you'll get plenty of sleep when you're dead!

Al's Links to Anomaly, Research, and Knowledge Sites

This set of links has been developed over the years as a quick reference to sites of interest. Sadly due to the ephemeral nature of the internet, some of the best sites out there on anomalies are disappearing, as mainstream science doesn't touch certain subjects, and therefore those sites don't get supported.  Links are checked for functionality as the pages get updated, and the date of checking is noted at the bottom of each section page. 

Mars Image Analysis and Anomaly Research

Mars is an interesting planet, whose likelihood of harboring life (not intelligent life) is high. Some of the authors investigations contained in this book began during the heyday of the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) mission. MGS was the first mars probe to take high resolution images of the planet.

Best Jokes of the Internet

The jokes pages are a collection of jokes that span approximately a decade in collection, from many sources. Most of the authors of the content are unknown. Where attribution is available, I've included the joke author and a contact where possible.

Content is searchable using the search box. If you know the author of a joke, please contact the administrator of this site at al@alreaud.net.

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