Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Good News From Mary March 4, 2009

Banned Christian Fellowship Allowed to Meet on Ohio Campus, For Now

A Christian fellowship group that was denied registration from Wright State University in Ohio because of its faith-based policies has now been granted recognition by campus officials – for now that is.

Representatives of Campus Bible Fellowship received an e-mail Monday evening from the university's director of student activities that they would be reinstated for the remainder of the school year.

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View-Master travel reels head into the sunset

Amber LaPointe's introduction to one of the country's greatest tourist attractions came from small square pictures on a white wheel.

"It was like you could look into a world away," said the 28-year-old from Toledo, Ohio. "My only image of the Grand Canyon was from the View-Master."

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How to get $100 worth of groceries for 25 cents

You can cut your grocery bill in half when you know how to use coupons and store promotions along with sale prices on your favorite items. For a family of four, that may be a savings of $100 per week or as much as $5,000 per year. Coupon Mom Stephanie Nelson demonstrated how to combine sales, store promotions and double coupons and paid only 25 cents for $100 worth of common grocery items. Stephanie’s top tips to save are:

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How to Complain for Fun and Profit

When you think you've been ripped off, what do you do? Scream? Call and complain? Or just take it? Maybe there's a better idea.

Bruce Silverman, author of "How to Complain for Fun and Profit," suggests writing a letter to the boss of the company.

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IPod Touch, iPhone join Kindle's book club

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently said he wanted to open up Kindle electronic books to other devices. Today, Amazon delivers on that with "Kindle for iPhone and iPod Touch," a free application at Apple's App Store.

Owners of the iPhone and Touch will have wireless access to the same 240,000-plus e-books previously only available on Amazon's own Kindle and Kindle 2 electronic readers. New releases typically cost $9.99.

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