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MONDAY, DEC 10, 2012  |  40 comments  |  1 commentary
Food stamp use reaches another high in September: 47.7 million participants

Participation in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or food stamps, reached another high in September, according to new data released by the United Stated Department of Agriculture.

The most recent data on SNAP participation were released Friday, and showed that 47,710,324 people were enrolled in the program in September, an increase of 607,559 from the 47,102,765 enrolled in August.

The number of households enrolled in the program also increased from 22,684,463 in August to 22,973,698 in September, an increase of 289,235. The average benefit, according to the new data, was $134.29 per person and $278.89 per household. ...


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News Item12/14/12 11:21 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Thanks brothers John & Christopher.
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News Item12/14/12 11:05 AM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Christopher000 wrote:
Oh...happy, happy birthday to the both of you!
Thanks!
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News Item12/14/12 8:33 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Oh...happy, happy birthday to the both of you!
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News Item12/14/12 2:15 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Well Lurker, you've safely negotiated another year of life on this planet, praise be to God. I wish you a happy day, and many more.
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News Item12/13/12 10:32 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Mike wrote:
Birthday well wishes, Lurker. You too Frank.
Thanks Mike.... and Frank.
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News Item12/13/12 10:44 AM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Mike wrote:
Birthday well wishes, Lurker. You too Frank.
Thanks brother!
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News Item12/13/12 9:56 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Lurker wrote:
Then, turnabout ~is~ fair play!
Btw, (that's short for "by the way", btw ) I recall you recently celebrated your 66th (?) birthday. This Friday will be my 64th and my 10th in Christ. Yes, God picked my natural birthday to set His love on me and put a burning desire in my heart to be taught of Him. For 5 1/2 years I couldn't put the bible down because my thirst was so insatiable.
Anyway, if you have any birthday cake left over, have a piece for me.
God bless fellow ember.
Birthday well wishes, Lurker. You too Frank.
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News Item12/13/12 7:30 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Frank writes:

Christopher000 wrote: POV: Point of view, Frank.

Thanks, I really am clueless about those things. John UK and Lurker are known for confusing me with abbreviations, etc.

Well, I have to admit that it was an educated guess, Frank, as I very rarely use abbreviations myself.
Lurker, you sure know a lot for only being saved for 10 years.

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News Item12/13/12 12:41 AM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Lurker wrote:
Then, turnabout ~is~ fair play!
Btw, (that's short for "by the way", btw ) I recall you recently celebrated your 66th (?) birthday. This Friday will be my 64th and my 10th in Christ. Yes, God picked my natural birthday to set His love on me and put a burning desire in my heart to be taught of Him. For 5 1/2 years I couldn't put the bible down because my thirst was so insatiable.
Anyway, if you have any birthday cake left over, have a piece for me.
God bless fellow ember.
Well, a fellow old-timer Yes, I turned 66 last month, so just remember that you are my "younger" brother. I have been saved for 32 years and I remember there were years when I couldn't put it down either, especially right after I became saved.

I don't have any more cake, but I will make sure to remember you this Friday in prayer. That the Lord blesses you, keeps you close to Him and is gracious to you. Since you and I are the only embers I know of, we both need that. Happy Birthday brother.

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News Item12/13/12 12:17 AM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Frank wrote:
I should have known better than to try and mess with your mind which I admit I was trying to do.

But, you and I were both startled about JPW being a lady. I do discuss things with them differently in more personal settings or even in emails, but this board is fair game as far as I'm concerned. But, I was raised in the era of treating them as the fairer sex, so perhaps I do mitigate things somewhat.

Anyway, hope you are doing fine Pilgrim and thanks for the lesson.

Then, turnabout ~is~ fair play!

Btw, (that's short for "by the way", btw ) I recall you recently celebrated your 66th (?) birthday. This Friday will be my 64th and my 10th in Christ. Yes, God picked my natural birthday to set His love on me and put a burning desire in my heart to be taught of Him. For 5 1/2 years I couldn't put the bible down because my thirst was so insatiable.

Anyway, if you have any birthday cake left over, have a piece for me.

God bless fellow ember.

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News Item12/12/12 11:39 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Lurker wrote:
Hello like-minded pilgrim!
1) Nor did I imply you said..... Notice I greeted you as "like"-minded even though we don't agree on all things. It's a relative thing even though we're not related. In "like" fashion, I referenced your comment to jpw because I too comment differently to women than men. But because "like" means "similar to", I used my own words rather than quote you verbatum.
2) POV
I should have known better than to try and mess with your mind which I admit I was trying to do.

But, you and I were both startled about JPW being a lady. I do discuss things with them differently in more personal settings or even in emails, but this board is fair game as far as I'm concerned. But, I was raised in the era of treating them as the fairer sex, so perhaps I do mitigate things somewhat.

Anyway, hope you are doing fine Pilgrim and thanks for the lesson.

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News Item12/12/12 9:39 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Frank wrote:
1) Hello Pilgrim! I didn't say I argued and debated differently because they were the fairer sex.

2) Okay, JPW may be hard to understand sometimes, but ... POV - positions on ?
Or something else.

Hello like-minded pilgrim!

1) Nor did I imply you said..... Notice I greeted you as "like"-minded even though we don't agree on all things. It's a relative thing even though we're not related. In "like" fashion, I referenced your comment to jpw because I too comment differently to women than men. But because "like" means "similar to", I used my own words rather than quote you verbatum.

2) POV

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News Item12/12/12 6:24 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Christopher000 wrote:
POV: Point of view, Frank.
Thanks, I really am clueless about those things. John UK and Lurker are known for confusing me with abbreviations, etc.
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News Item12/12/12 5:34 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
POV: Point of view, Frank.
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News Item12/12/12 2:53 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Lurker wrote:
Knock me over with a feather!
Like Frank before me, I generally speak differently to the fairer sex than I do men. Probably has to do with the age I was raised in. But like Frank, no problem for I always appreciate reading a sister's prospective.
A little constructive criticism.... you often abbreviate words which are not typically abbreviated (eg: cohn for constitution, wore for war, etc.) which can cause great difficulty for me to understand your POV. Think about it.
Hello Pilgrim! I didn't say I argued and debated differently because they were the fairer sex.

Okay, JPW may be hard to understand sometimes, but ... POV - positions on ?
Or something else.

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News Item12/12/12 2:31 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
jpw wrote:
John UK -- I am not a guy. I cannot bear for you to misunderstand that, and thought you would know from my posts. so very sorry for the misunderstanding.
Knock me over with a feather!

Like Frank before me, I generally speak differently to the fairer sex than I do men. Probably has to do with the age I was raised in. But like Frank, no problem for I always appreciate reading a sister's prospective.

A little constructive criticism.... you often abbreviate words which are not typically abbreviated (eg: cohn for constitution, wore for war, etc.) which can cause great difficulty for me to understand your POV. Think about it.

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News Item12/12/12 12:56 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
jpw wrote:
John UK -- I am not a guy. I cannot bear for you to misunderstand that, and thought you would know from my posts. so very sorry for the misunderstanding.
I always thought you were male. I have never read any post you have written that gave me any other impression. I argue and debate differently with females so I wish I had known that. But, no problem.
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News Item12/11/12 2:50 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
John UK wrote:
Hi John
In the UK at present, the word guy is used for both male and female. So if someone turned up at a meeting involving both, he might say, "Hi Guys."
But if he related a story where he'd spotted a male friend of his, he might say, "I saw the guy walking down the road."
Hope this makes sense.
It does. Thanks.
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News Item12/11/12 2:48 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
San Jose John wrote:
"Guy" must be used for people you're familiar with, right? I work with a guy from the UK who often uses the word "bloke" instead of "guy" when describing a man he's not so familiar with.
Hi John
In the UK at present, the word guy is used for both male and female. So if someone turned up at a meeting involving both, he might say, "Hi Guys."

But if he related a story where he'd spotted a male friend of his, he might say, "I saw the guy walking down the road."

But if it was a female friend, he would say, I saw the girl walking down the road."

Guys and gals (girls).

Hope this makes sense.

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News Item12/11/12 2:35 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
John UK wrote:
jpw, I didn't know that, so thanks for the info, and please accept my apologies.
"Guy" must be used for people you're familiar with, right? I work with a guy from the UK who often uses the word "bloke" instead of "guy" when describing a man he's not so familiar with.
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