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Saturday, September 13, 2008

Filibuster: Election reading


Credit: J. J. McCullough

Posted by P.M. Jaworski on September 13, 2008 in Western Standard | Permalink


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Heh. Why does the beaver have Pac-Man eyes?

Posted by: Cory D. Schreyer | 2008-09-13 8:23:31 AM

Could is be that the timing of the election to coincide with the US election is part of Harper's strategy?

Posted by: TM | 2008-09-13 9:44:16 AM

...speaking of jokes, what I do in my spare time:

Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute’s (ASMI) Board of Directors Governor Palin appointed Tom McLaughlin and Jack Schultheis, and reappointed Kevin Adams, to the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute’s (ASMI) Board of Directors. The seven-member board includes representatives from the seafood processing and harvesting industries, and works to increase the value of Alaska’s seafood resource through promotions in both domestic and overseas markets and providing the industry with food safety and quality assurance training.

Tom McLaughlin fills an ASMI Board seat representing large processors with an annual payroll of $2.5 million or greater. As president and CEO of Seafood Producers Cooperative, North America’s largest fisherman-owned cooperative, McLaughlin has helped build market awareness of premium longline and troll-caught Alaska seafood. He has held senior management or marketing positions with divisions of John Labatt Ltd., Tyson Prepared Foods, and ConAgra, and worked as marketing director for several other food companies. He has also served on national and international food marketing councils, including the Frozen Food Council, the International Food Manufacturers Association, and the Beef Marketing Board. He has a master’s of business administration from DePaul University.


About 12 paragraphs down. Didn't know I was famous!

Posted by: tomax7 | 2008-09-13 7:17:17 PM

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