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June 19, 2007

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roaringgrrl

Once a cashier asked to my driver's license when I wrote a check. She studied the license and asked, "When do you expire?"

roaringgrrl

SEM

By any chance do you have Banner? I found the same comment earlier this summer and thought it was hysterical. Considering that our campus has a history of not entering correct information into the information system, it may become quite tragic for some of the students.

Miriam

Yes, it's Banner.

We've had some Banner-related disasters ourselves...

Melanie Stephan

Hello Professor, This is an important News Update, please read and pass it along. God has made contact. The message is about Revelation. The message is from God, Jesus and the Holy Ghost respectively. It was sent in the Spring of 2006. It is about the meaning of First is Last and Last is First . The message is this: In the morning I go to Heaven. In the afternoon I live my life. In the evening I die, death. What does this mean? In other words this means Birth is Last and Last is Birth. To understand this don’t think from point A to point B. Think of this as a continous circle of life. Birth is First, Life, Death, Birth is Last, completing the circle. God also said that Judgment will be before Birth in Heaven. As birth on Earth is painful so will birth in Heaven. It is possible that this message was delivered by one of God’s Angels in the Spring of 2006. Yes, God has made contact and he sent a messenger. Spread this message along, just like a chain letter. Tell two people. OH, one more thing of interest. Did you know that Mike Douglas died on his birthday. Melanie Stephan

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