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  • Boojferd
    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    July 29, 2010



    Direct TV & AT & T DSL


    I can't believe you continue to battle with Charter. DIRCTV is the best for service and quality.


    We stay with Charter because we're somewhat lazy and do not want separate things for internet and tv. I'd love to have satellite tv, but then I'd have to find an internet provider and as we have given up the landline phone in C'ville, it's tough.


    I love AT&T internet & UVerse TV. I can show my online photos on my TV, do a bunch of things w/recording, and I don't even use the cell phone remote recording feature, get the channels for a lot of city TV channels--St. Louis and Illinois side of the river, and generally like everything about it except that I'd like the remote features to kick in a little faster on startup. Customer service has been great, so far. Have had it a couple of years now. Their HD is quite good, too.


    I had a similar problem when I switched providers. I have to make sure- with the 'remote that came with the TV' that the channel is always set to '3'. Then the 'cable remote' will work. Hopefully it is something simple-good luck.

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    Michigan 2005

    • Arcadia_077
      In August of 2005 we spent a week at Camp Arcadia on the shores of Lake Michigan's Northern lower peninsula. Here is our story.

    Dedicating Wartburg

    • Img_5101
      Wartburg Hall's transformation from dining hall to a commons area was dedicated on September 18.