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From: (J. Hugh Sullivan)
Subject: Re: Ancestry.com
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2002 13:05:03 GMT
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On 19 Jun 2002 02:38:47 GMT, wrote:
>Someone who looks an awful lot like J. Hugh Sullivan <> wrote:
>> And, at home, I am comfortable
>> looking while clad in my underwear - would that be permitted in
>> Seattle at NARA? Of course they would laugh either place!
>Gosh, thanks Hugh for that mental image.
>I tend to agree, though. If they have as many films as it sounds like
>they do, it's like having a well-stocked FHC at your disposal, without
>having to play the microfilm-games.
Ancestry fits my personality. If I'm hot on the trail I don't want to
quit because the library is closing. If I wake up at 1 AM and can't go
back to sleep, Ancestry is waiting for me - sometimes it even puts me
back to sleep.
Plus, that annual fee is part of the kids inheritance - it's the only
way I can get back at them! 8-)
If we live long enough we get to the point where anything is better
than nothing - in my underwear nowadays, the computer is the only
thing I turn on. 8-) In that state la femme is no longer where I
Even my French is not what it used to be.