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Jim DeLaHunt lives in Vancouver, British Columbia at Green College, University of British Columbia.

Note: the user name is Jdlh, with only one capital letter, even though Jim spells it with all capitals ("JDLH"). This is a legacy of technical limitations earlier in Wikipedia's history.

Jdlh is the same person as User:JimDeLaHunt. The latter user name came to Wikimedia via the merger with Wikivoyage. I have not yet reconciled the two accounts. I tend to use JimDeLaHunt on Wikivoyage and Jdlh on Wikipedia, but there is some leaking across.

Until July, 2005, he lived in Palo Alto, California. He had a day job working in Silicon Valley and was very heavily involved in civil rights work, particularly in winning the Freedom to Marry for same-sex families. As a result, he has learned a bit about the sociology and history of marriage, and about marriage equality.

Present Wikipedia interests:

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We Stand By You notes[edit]

And there was a second such demonstration, on September 11, 2003, when the German Frigate FGS NIEDERSACHSEN (F208) passed by the USS Doyle (FFG-39).

In return, the USS Doyle gave honours to the FGS Niedersachsen on October 3, 2003 to commemorate German Reunification Day.

Different incidents

  • Different use of "We stand by you" slogan mentioned in "Europe's first CART race a go", article in the Daily News newspaper of Halifax, Nova Scotia on September 14, 2001, pg. 57. 515 words. " The German newspaper Hamburger Abendblatt yesterday ran a full- page in support of the United States, anchored by the photo of an American flag buried in rubble and topped by a headline: Americans, We Stand By You." Available from Proquest archive database (may require a fee).

"Power curve" article notes[edit]

Wikipedia has no article for the Aeronautics (or Aerodynamics) term "Power Curve". I want to write such an article. Here's some notes and sources.

Other Wikipedia notes[edit]

  • strange but true: there is no Wikipedia article on Water as of February 13, 2006. Appears to be a temporary glitch; Google has a cached copy of the article.
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