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"Everything is here," added Obama, standing among the towering stacks of money, as well as several other items that were uncovered, including three dozen toothbrushes, multiple tire hubcaps, two teddy bears, and a broken desk lamp. "This truly is a tribute to Mr. Reagan’s incredible presence of mind."

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While senior officials were initially unsure of where the hoard of valuables had come from, a number of clues notably a framed photo of former first lady Nancy Reagan accompanied by a note which read "Don’t be angry with me, Mommy" to point to the 40th president.

Reports from retired Secret Service agents who routinely witnessed a disoriented Reagan sneaking out of the White House late at night, only to return in the early morning hours covered in grass and dirt, also corroborated Tuesday’s find.

"The prescience on display here is just astounding," said former secretary of state George Shultz. "Predicting the financial fallout of our country is one thing. But burying all those jars of peanut butter, cans of Chef Boyardee, half eaten turkey sandwiches, and dozens upon dozens of toasters takes a man of unparalleled insight to be able to prepare for a potential future famine like that."

White House staff found at least nine coffee tins full of wadded up bills in the northeast corner of the Rose Garden.

Added Shultz, "Anyone who has ever questioned Ronald Reagan’s sanity need only look at the 80 barrels of oil we found beneath those lilac bushes."

Republicans, who have long held up Reagan as a conservative icon, claimed that Tuesday’s discovery of $20 trillion more than makes up for the former president’s tripling of the national debt, and invalidates frequent allegations of his irresponsible overspending.

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"At the time, his decisions seemed troubling, to say the least," former vice president and Democratic presidential candidate Walter Mondale said. "His talk about a fiscally responsible government was completely undercut by the unprecedented deficits he ran up, and he seemed more concerned with experimental defense projects than worthy social welfare causes. After all these years, though, it appears that Ronald Reagan knew exactly what he was doing. The man has saved America!"

While the White House has indicated that it has the right to spend the recovered money and instantly bring the country out of its prolonged recession, others believe that such an act would defy Reagan’s wishes.

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Judging a Book

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A deal was quickly struck, and in mid 1995, Santa Ana based GT began shipping 2,600 pricey mountain bikes.

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Most gray market transactions are perfectly legal. Manufacturers complain that this undermines their pricing strategies.

Consumers can get burned when they buy a computer or automobile designed for another market because regulatory requirements vary from country to country. And, the Better Business Bureau cautions, not all gray market goods carry warranties.

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Companies such as GT maintain that it’s outright fraud when discounters work in concert with middlemen to get their hands on their exclusive goods.

Retailers such as Price/Costco won’t discuss their role in the gray market. But in court documents, they say they’re merely catering to customers by selling goods at the lowest prices possible.

Yet even executives at upscale manufacturing companies acknowledge that the gray market provides an instant barometer of how status conscious consumers view their goods. "I guess if that time comes around, I’m even more worried."

Manufacturers and retailers typically enjoy a symbiotic relationship. But the gray market can be a touchy area, and both sides resort to cat and mouse games as they scramble to turn a profit.

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There are lots of photos from the trip here.

Back on American soil

Hello all! I am back in SC. I had missed all of my connecting flights, including the ones that were rescheduled. I guess the plane from Amsterdam to Entebbe hit a bird, so they had to turn around. We had to wait for that flight to come in. We ended up leaving Uganda around 1am, 5 hours after we were suppose to. We were rescheduled all the through to the States. My flight from Amsterdam to Atlanta was delayed 2 hours. One reason is because Pres. Jimmy Carter was on my flight. He arrived late,  but made up for it by shaking almost everyone’s hands on the plane. I got a great pic of the back of his head as well as a video. Since I left Amsterdam late, I missed my connecting fight to Charleston. Luckly it was only a 40 minute flight. I finally got inot CHS at 8. I had to bum a phone call from a guy in Atlanta to call Tommy to  pick me up. Luckly he got my message.

I am adjusting ok to the time change. I picked up a bit of a soar throat yesterday. I spent 6 weeks in Africa and never felt this bad. Oh well. At least I’m home and safe.

About the bombing in Kampala. I had no clue it happended till the next morning. The news isn’t that great there. It happened at 10pm (3pm EST). I was about 15ish minutes from one of the site, but never heard a thing. When we all were finding out info, we learned more from calling our family back home than watching the Ugandan news. I picked up some papers on Tuesday, which are very interesting. Americans are very sheltered with their media than many other places. They printed pics of everything, no sensoring. My group and I stayed low that day. We went to a school to do our program in the morning, but didn’t do anything after that. We ended up going past the restuarant the next morning. One couldn’t tell anything happened. It’s all a shame. I hope to post more pics later on. Right now Tommy and I are hitting the pool.  :)

Lucille and Party are Safe

Norm here.

I just got a call from dad, that Lucille had called Tommy and all are safe. We were really worried that they were with the mission group from Pennsylvania in the restaurant that was targeted by the attack. Praise the Lord that all are safe and continue to pray for safe travel throughout the rest of their journey.

I don’t have any more details at this time but will keep you updated as things progress.

two must check out blog sites

Pastor Jake’s blog. We didn’t want to tell him our sites, but he told us he would figure them out. He figured mine…right after Courtney told him. Scroll down to see what we’ve done. He also has a link to my blog.


Also check out Courtney’s blog.


Is it over already?

When leaving Tommy in the Charleston airport and boarding my first flight to Uganda, I thought that 6 weeks would feel like eternity. As I took my first car ride in this new place, I thought to myself  “Self, what have you gotten yourself into?!?!” After taking my first, cold bucket shower and being introduced to a squat outdoor toilet, I knew my time here was going to be an adventure. At that point I didn’t know whether it would be good or bad, but an adventure it was. I absolutely can’t believe that in 2 days time, I will be boarding to fly home. Did it feel like eternity? Nope. Am I regretful for coming? Absolutely not. I cannot begin to recount the laughs, friends, and life inspiring moments I have obtained. Now, my time here wasn’t as flowery as I painted above. I also dealt with tears, heartache, and much frustration.

The last time I was able to write, it was a little more the 2 weeks ago. In short, I had the thrill of my life while rafting the Nile. I also conquered craft stalls and customs once again while traveling to and from Kenya. I learned much much more about African life while working in Busia and village life became no sweat to me while ministering to our last schools in the Kayunga district.

I have so many stories and many pictures to accompany them. Throughout all of my travels around Uganda, I have been reminded time and time again of how great God is. He is doing amazing work with the people here. Unfortunetly, the devil has had his play too. So if you ask me how life is here, I’d say that spiritually it is the same as the US. Everyone has struggles, everyone has their blessings. The two countries just differ in what they struggle with and which blessings they receive.  I am greatly looking forward to sharing my time here with everyone who will listen. When I get back to the US, please still continue reading my blog. I will be writing more post on my stories, pictures, and thoughts. I haven’t had much time to do much blogging while here and expect to have more when at home. I do not think for one moment that I was sent on this trip for God to use me to witness to only the people of Uganda. I know God is also using me to speak to my home country about my experiences. I pray that he uses me to continue his work with all the stories I share with all of you and all the others who didn’t get the pleasure of following me on this blog. If all the plans in my head work out (I still have to ask), I hope to talk with Grace’s congregation(SC) on Sunday, July 25. I also plan to talk to Bethany’s congregation (OH) on Sunday, August 1. Please pray for my safe journey this Tuesday (9pm Uganda time) and arrival Wednesday (3:30 EST). Praise God from whom all blessing flow!