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"The objective of securing the safety of Americans from crime and terror has been achieved," Mr. Ashcroft wrote in a five-page, handwritten letter to Mr. Bush, The A.P. said."
Well, I'm glad Mr. Ashcroft believes this to be true and I'm also glad he's resigning. There is a silver lining after all.
I do hope he recovers from his gallstones.
I've decided to fold my cards in the MLS game, although it is an intriguing program. My decisions are solely based upon my own realizations and are not in any way a reflection of the SU program.
Now that I've gotten that disclaimer out of the way, I hope I can still keep my spot here with y'all. ;-) It's a great news spot, even for those of us who are not, nor will ever be, librarians. :-)
My first day of MLS class will be this Saturday in Syracuse. Pray for me! ;-) I'm looking forward to it: Information Resources, Users and Services. :-D
Keep the home fires burning here. If I can figure out how to hook up to the Internet in my hotel room, I'll be sure to keep an eye on LISNews so I won't feel completely out of the information loop upon my return.
On a different note, it's seems awfully hard to believe that the "campaigns" are only just beginning. Me thinks trench warfare should be starting soon, alas.
Off to the Outer Banks of NC today - for a week of surf, sun (or good weather at least - please!) and lots of down time to relax and read in between trying to catch the Big Kahuna on our boogie boards!
I'll miss this place, but it is good to go cold turkey every once in a while. ;-)
My searches have led me to Syracuse University. Will be starting, albeit slowly, their distance MLIS program in September. I've made a few contacts there, but am looking forward to more. Thank goodness the Internet is still free - even if my connection to it isn't! ;-)