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my brother sent out these crmtsihas cards . the front was him and his wife wearing matching v-necks each holding their babies also wearing .. matching v-necks . phot shopped across the bottom was a tag that said *LagOnnis (our last name) like he is trying to brand our family name and have exclusive credit for the family name . On the back of the card . He has four paragraphs talking about how many vacations he went on this year, all of these amazing job offers pouring in and states He likes where he is working right now very much but still enjoys the amazing job offers that are pouring in. He says despite the economic downturn he moved into a much bigger and better house in a more family frienddly neigborhood . We live in an area where every house cost about on million and up . it's not hard to find a family friendly neighborhood here. When facebook isn't enough he created a mind blowing blog page so you can find exclusive details all about him and his family at their very own website. He also says how his two kids aged 11 months and two years old have a personal chef. Just upscaling everything Like honestly I hope those two infants have a personal chef they would die if nobody cooked for them. They are expecting another child and they said We are expecting a new child Next year our family is going to be bigger and better! And at the bottom they signed they're LagOnnis And didn't say they're names or anything . Just the corporate brand idea they're projecting out. Is this to much? I feel in the economy we are in right now saying how many vacations they have been on, the bigger and better house they moved into while other people in my family are facing forclosures or are struggling month to month, I feel it is just very unsensitive and rude. And, I am not jealous either. I have things I can brag about but I don't believe in this bahavior so I don't do it. What do you think? Also, my other brother installed solar panels on his roof, and this crmtsihas card brother took all the credit saying he installed all the solar panels and never mentioned any help from my other brother . And I get it, my other brother didn't help seeking any praise or approval but clearly this Christmas card brother is seeking praise and approval so it is annoying to me .. And . Matching grey V-Necks? Come on. Lifes not all rainbows and butterflies stop faking it.Ok so I was pretty irriated when i wrote this. It's not a million dollar and up area it's more like $900,000 and up but all the money aside . Just the way he is being so formal with his family and talking about how great he is IN THIRD PERSON point of view . So you think it's it's to much? You think I would get away with it? lolI agree with all of these responses .. The one person that said there is a lot more going on then what they tal about Agreed. It seems picture perfect on the outside but deep down inside of that family structure there is clearly insecurity. I agree everyone has one of those in the family And yes Matching V-Necks. What the hell.I have to admit .. I sent out my own Christmas card this year . After getting this years crmtsihas card and seeing that it is bigger than last years I decide to send out a card that looks similar to theirs but I am mocking the **** out of them. On the front I am holding my dog, I am looking really good but I am making a funny face and under my picture (I am awearing a grey V-Neck) I wrote See reverse for exclusive details all about me!!!!!! and I on the back I ran all over them I hope next years card either 1) Doesn't come at all or 2) Is drastically tuned down. The back clowns them pretty bad. I sent it to everybody The opening sentence to my Christmas Card is Hello Everybody, I know you all have been waiting for this years status report and I thank you all for being patient. I'mdoing extraordinary. Last year, (despite the ecomic downturn) I went on so many vacations. And when I say so many, it's relly an understatement. lol.
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Holland .New Jersey has 50+ resort cities & towns; some of the nation's most famous: Asbury Park, Wildwood, Atlantic City, Seaside Heights, Long Branch, Cape May.New Jersey has the most stringent testing along our coastline for water quality control than any other seaboard state in the entire country.New Jersey is a leading technology industrial state and is the largest chemical producing state in the nation when you include pharmaceuticals.Jersey tomatoes are known the world over as being the best you can buy.New Jersey is the world leader in blueberry and cranberry production (and here you thought Massachusetts ?)Here's to New Jersey the toast of the country! In 1642, the firstbrewery in America , opened in HobokenNew Jersey rocks! The famous Les Paul invented the first solid body electric guitar in Mahwah, in 1940.New Jersey is a major seaport state with the largest seaport in theUS , located in Elizabeth . 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( Union , NJ !!!)New Jersey had the first medical center, in Jersey CityThe Pulaski SkyWay, from Jersey City to Newark , was the first skyway highway.NJ built the first tunnel under a river, the Hudson( Holland Tunnel).The first baseball game was played in Hoboken , NJ , which is also the birthplace of Frank Sinatra.The first intercollegiate football game was played in New Brunswickin 1889 ( Rutgers College played Princeton ).The first drive-in movie theater was opened in Camden , NJ ,(but they're all gone now!).New Jersey is home to both of NEW YORK S pro football teams!The first radio station and broadcast was in Paterson , NJ .The first FM radio broadcast was made from Alpine, NJ, by Maj. ThomasThe Great Falls in Paterson , on the Passaic River , is the 2nd highest waterfall on the East Coast of the US .You know you're from Jersey when . .You don't think of fruit when people mention The Oranges. 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The GP 500 captures close cainpoting from a tv signal, something I did not know when I first responded to this question so, I suggested Dragon naturally speaking' Because it will process dictated notes, and Dragon is miles better than it used to be.However to get the Closed Captioning that accompanies a program into a text file from a tivo recording, first we have to be sure Tivo recordings support the extra channels that carry the closed capture text. If they do look into programs that edit video, like Final cut for mac, or Avermedia's ezcapture, which is probably a whole lot less expensive (but probably not as much fun).