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June 07, 2005


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Great post. I missed the footnote.

I would like to join this coalition. Please leave a message on my site telling me how. Just click on my name and it will take you there.

I am glad to see you are on the map.

I love his maps. They are of beauty. Probably my childhood dream of looking down upon it all.

A snippet from the box tonight: a 1507 map by Martin Waldseemüller, the first to name the New World America, sold for $1,000,000.

Semi OT: One of us should be getting more respect from Amazon. You're selling me about a book a day.

Too cool for words, that Waldseemüller map. Here's a link: http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/ssistory.mpl/world/3216436

Europe Photos presents more than 500 pictures of European and Mediterranean cities and landscapes.

Blogs are so informative where we get lots of information on any topic. Nice job keep it up!!

I don't expect things to keep on changing as rapidly as they are today. On a different matter, you conveyed your ideas in a very original way, you really love maps don't you.

Maps give us a sense of our place in the universe. We get a warm, fuzzy feeling from the Commissar's portrayal

the Moonbat Ocean on one side and the rampaging Wingnut Hordes on the other, frequently subject to excommunication from the Orthodoxy, as the worst of all heretics, "Compromisers," the Coalition of the Chillin' [blogged here] arose.

Squeezed precariously between the storms of the Moonbat Ocean on one side and the rampaging Wingnut Hordes

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