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posts on 8/17/2006 9:23:15 PM I have to the same assignment and as far as I can tell they are still alive
posts on 8/9/2006 10:48:32 PM I just bought the book for school and I need to know, are either of the authors dead. The assignment says to list date of birth and date of death and from what i can tell either the websites are really old or they aren't dead yet. Please somebody help me! Thank You. They made into a movie?
Denise Snyder posts on 12/13/2005 10:47:24 AM I have been looking everywhere on the Internet and in my catalogs at my school library and cannot find this in either audio CD or cassette form. Can you tell me where I can buy it? My teachers need it for their special needs students. Sincerely,Denise Snyder, media specialist, Whiteland Community High School, Whiteland, IN



Jandek posts on 6/16/2005 11:26:57 AM you are not the future SATIN HOOKS is the future. THe MOST musically destructive band in the city. The most dangerous shows to dance along to. The most fun you'll ever have with a band and they're playing limited shows in Houston becuase everywhere else they play people dance and go craz, while the Houston kids just stare in awe. Get yer nose out of the book and be alive SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS SATIN HOOKS -Jandek
Pat Andersen posts on 6/6/2005 5:29:40 PM I am also looking for the Farewell to Manzanar video for our adult school program. I have asked our media center and local library if they received copies from Bustamante's office, but I can't locate a copy. If anyone has information about how to obtain this video, please email me at the above email address or write to me at: Foothills Adult School, 1550 Melody Ln, El Cajon, CA 92019. Thanks.
Ken Stofer posts on 6/6/2005 3:02:16 PM I am trying to locate [if she is still living] a Betty Yamaguchi who was just a young 18-year-old when I knew her. She worked for my Uncle Bill Stofer in Eagle Rock, California prior to the war and was interned at the time of Pearl Harbour, as were all of her family. I am now 84 so she would be about the same age if living. Thanks. Ken Stofer, Victoria, B.C.
Mary Masten posts on 1/3/2005 4:50:37 PM I need the "Farewell to Manzanar" video for one of my teachers. We had a copy but it disappeared. I understood that there was a kit with video that was sent to each school in California during 2003/2004. My mailing address is Mary Masten, Libraary/Media; Hoopa Valley High School; P.O. Box 1308; Hoopa, CA 95546. I would be very grateful for your assistance. Thank you.


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