Monthly Archives: June 2008

Tim Russert and Living

It’s been a week since Tim Russert’s passing. I have always admired him as a newsman as so many in this great country of ours have.   I too was raised Catholic.  Twelve years of Catholic education followed by training … Continue reading

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Studying and Researching in Spain

LiveJournal Tags: Spain,Genealogy,Spanish It would be great fun to go to Spain for an extended vacation, study spanish and research my family history in the West Indies archives in Seville. Study Abroad in Spain Spain’s National Archives

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SSRS Error: Execute permission denied on object ‘sp_add_category’

  While attempting to schedule a SSRS 2005 report by creating a SUBSCRIPTION, I encountered the error Execute permission denied on object ‘sp_add_category’.   Followed the following steps recommended on TechNet: 1. Open Start –> All Programs –> Microsoft SQL … Continue reading

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Our Vacation in Greece – Athens, Greece – May 11-14, 2008

You can read a lot about a destination, it’s history, it’s culture, but when you finally get there you realize that most  of what you can learn is so small from the actual experience of being there.  Robert and I … Continue reading

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