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Updates!

I have updated my blog post about the college- a must see for anyone considering attending Master’s Baptist College: Master’s Baptist College

I also updated some parts of my main site: Joshua Lindsey

And updated the website of a wonderful friend: John Shrock

 
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Posted by on October 17, 2013 in Blogging, Computing, TImes-Script

 

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Updates…

Since I had been working on the college yearbook for the last couple of weeks, the blog sort of fell to the roadside. Hopefully I have made it all up with the posts this evening.

Also, the website joshsblog.com stopped redirecting to my blog at some point, and this has now been fixed.

Enjoy the pictures and videos- more to come shortly!

 
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Posted by on May 9, 2013 in Blogging, TImes-Script

 

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New web domain for main site

I snatched up another piece of online real estate- http://www.joshlindsey.com now will take you to my timesscript website as well!

 
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Posted by on July 31, 2012 in Computing, TImes-Script

 

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More origami + Website updated

My homepage timesscript.com has been updated with a new look, as well as a origami gallery section. Check it out!

 
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Posted by on January 20, 2012 in Computing, Hobbies, TImes-Script

 

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A new way to get to my blog

The website www.joshsblog.com now redirects to this blog. You can of course still use http://www.timesscript.com.

 
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Posted by on September 10, 2011 in Blogging, Computing, TImes-Script

 

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Latest Times-Scripts now available online

Issues 117, 118, and 119 are now available at the Times-Script website

 
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Posted by on March 21, 2010 in TImes-Script

 

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Times Script Sample

This is an article in this week’s Times-Script. Enjoy!

Battlefields of the Civil War By Matthew Lentz

Fort Donelson; February 13-16, 1862

About a week after Fort Henry fell, Grant decided to attack Fort Donelson, which was situated on the Cumberland River. Grant’s force had increased to twenty-seven thousand men. As they marched East, the weather became unusually warm for February. Grant decided to use the same tactic here that he used at Fort Henry; hold his troops in reserve while the gunboats bombarded the fort. But Fort Donelson was located high on the bluff so that the shells arched harmlessly over it. Before the gunners could adjust their aim, the cannons in the fort opened fire, sending cannonballs crashing into the boats. Two out of the six vessels were sunk, the rest were damages, and the naval commander was seriously wounded.
Grant called off the assault by water and settled in for a siege. Then suddenly the weather turned bitterly cold. Water froze in canteens, gun hammers froze, there were several cases of frostbite. On the morning of the fourteenth, shivering Northern soldiers were huddling around campfires when thousands of rebels came charging out of the trees. It looked like Grant might have to retreat….

 
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Posted by on March 20, 2010 in TImes-Script