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I've now been a blogger for five years, and today I turned 54 years old.
Happy Birthday! Enjoy your day.
Happy birthday - and more power to your elbow!
Looking good, Jim. Happy Birthday!
Happy birthday, Jimmy. You look great.
Happy birthday, Jim. Have a great day and keep up the good work!
Best wishes! Great photo! From your fan in Plainfield, NJ
Great photo! Thanks for your work on this blog. Happy birthday.
Jim:Didn't you post recently that you were working on something big?Scott
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I think you did Jim. You said that you would be posting details on the phantom stock grants.
Yes. Thank you for reminding me. I'm waiting for some more of those SEC filings, so I'll have enough to work with.
Hey Jim!II think CafeMom owes you a six-figure thank$ for all the DD they got off your site to steer them around that pothole they nearly drove into.After all, if the "Shue" fits... ;-)
Happy birthday Jim.
Happy birthday, and thanks for listening.
Happy Birthday! You look fantastic and happy (that's what getting out of GCI does to you)!
Happy Birthday Jim. You do an outstanding job on the Gannett blog.Keep up the good work.
Happy Birthday Jim. Thanks for keeping the conversation lively!
Wow, I must have missed the CafeMom post - link anyone?PS> Jim, I bet you feel ten years younger than you did when you were at Gannett. Great job on the blog and happy birthday.
Happy birthday. Thank you for giving us hard-working Gannett folks a place to find out what's happening with this company.
happy b'day from your former colleagues in louisville....
Thank you, all.
Jim says: "Proceed with caution; this is a free-for-all comment zone. I try to correct or clarify incorrect information. But I can't catch everything. Please keep your posts focused on Gannett and media-related subjects. Note that I occasionally review comments in advance, to reject inappropriate ones. And I ignore hostile posters, and recommend you do, too."
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