Shared Items From Around The Web – March 23, 2009

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Best Posts on New York OA Trader from 16th March – 22nd March 2009

Too many posts to handle? If you missed out on a great post from last week, here’s a quick digest of the top posts that you may want to check out:
  • 1988 Section NE-2B Conclave
    Posted on Tuesday, March 17th, 2009 in Area/Section Conclaves – Comments: (1)
    1988 was the last Conclave for Section NE-2B at least in its current incarnation. the patch and neckerchief do not indicate the host lodge or location for the event.  The theme was Firm Bound in Brotherhood.There were at least two issues for the conclave, a pocket patch:

    Section NE-2B 1988 Pocket Patch

    and a neckerchief:

    Section NE-2B 1988 Neckerchief

    According to the OA Section List, the following lodges were part of NE-2B at this time: Ona Yote Lodge #34 Gosh Wha Gono Lodge #120 Tahgajute Lodge #247 Kamargo Lodge #294 Nischa Nitis Lodge #410Thanks to Tom Wadnola for the scan of the neckerchief.
  • Shared Items From Around The Web – March 16, 2009
    Posted on Monday, March 16th, 2009 in Miscellaneous – Comments: (0)
  • Shared Items From Around The Web – March 17, 2009
    Posted on Tuesday, March 17th, 2009 in Miscellaneous – Comments: (0)
    There’s Going to be a War over thisMarch 16, 2009 Jay Leno disses the free marketMarch 17, 2009 Count me out for 2009 on paying more to Uncle Sam, but I'm listening . . .
  • Shared Items From Around The Web – March 18, 2009
    Posted on Wednesday, March 18th, 2009 in Miscellaneous – Comments: (0)
    Another Marines ViewMarch 18, 2009 – Worth reading, IMHO.Original 'Darth Vader,' David Prowse, battling cancerMarch 17, 2009 Highlight Top 10 Values using Excel Conditional FormattingMarch 17, 2009 – More excel tips to find the highest (or lowest) priced items on your needs list.
  • The Wearing of The Green
    Posted on Tuesday, March 17th, 2009 in Politically Correct or Incorrect? – Comments: (0)
    Wearing a shamrock in the “caubeen” (hat) was a sign of rebellion and green was the colour of the Society of the United Irishmen, a republican revolutionary organisation. During the period, displaying revolutionary insignia was made punishable by hanging.The Wearing of The Greenby Dion Boucicault (1820-1890) O Paddy dear, and did you hear the news that going round?
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