Capitol Fax.com - Your Illinois News Radar » A missed revenue opportunity
SUBSCRIBE to Capitol Fax      Advertise Here      Mobile Version     Exclusive Subscriber Content     Updated Posts    Contact
CapitolFax.com
To subscribe to Capitol Fax, click here.
A missed revenue opportunity

Monday, Apr 27, 2015

* This kinda burns me up a little

A Southeast High School Spartans hooded sweatshirt retails for $26.99 at the Walgreens at Fifth Street and South Grand Avenue.

Also for sale is a Southeast performance T-shirt for $16.99, a Springfield High School hooded sweatshirt for $26.99 and a Springfield High regular T-shirt for $12.99.

There’s nothing stopping Walgreens, or any other store in town, from selling Springfield School District apparel, School Superintendent Jennifer Gill told school board members last week.

There’s also nothing in writing ensuring that the district, individual schools or booster clubs get a cut of the profits made off apparel sold by retailers, she said.

What the heck, man? Why isn’t the IHSA all over this? And why would stores rip off schools like that?

- Posted by Rich Miller        

44 Comments
  1. - Anonin' - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:30 pm:

    Cause ISHA is gettin’ their end?


  2. - MrJM - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:31 pm:

    “And why would stores rip off schools like that?”

    Ripping off schools is a very popular trend in Illinois.

    – MrJM


  3. - Skeptic - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:34 pm:

    I agree, Rich. Considering that whole blow-up (oops, no pun intended) about sports photos a few years ago, you’d think the IHSA would be on full alert.


  4. - bored now - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:34 pm:

    isha has tons of problems. this would be very low on the list.

    btw, as near as i can tell, many of these problems arise out of the sheer number of high school districts in illinois. it might be less of a problem if, say, there were only 101 or 102 school districts in the state…


  5. - D.P.Gumby - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:37 pm:

    Are we sure one of Brucie’s companies isn’t involved??


  6. - VanillaMan - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:38 pm:

    “At the corner of Happy and Stealthy!”


  7. - A guy - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:41 pm:

    Licensing is not a cheap process. Better be enough upside to make it worth it. If they did, Walgreens would probably drop it. Prices already seem too high to me.
    Not to mention that the IHSA also has many parochial programs participating. My guess is that those programs wouldn’t participate in a group effort.

    Walgreens could voluntarily throw some dough their way. Someone in that district might just want to/need to ask them to.


  8. - Tough Guy - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:46 pm:

    I’ve seen Walmart do the same thing in other towns with the local school’s logo.


  9. - Arthur Andersen - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:48 pm:

    The merchandise is also crappy. Most high schoolers wouldn’t wear it on a dare.

    The local Carholic high school as an “exclusive” with one local supplier. Better stuff at similar prices and the school benefits as well.


  10. - CLJ - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:50 pm:

    1. Why in the world would anyone buy a high school sweatshirt or t-shirt at Walgreens, CVS etc?

    2. If the school’s are not selling their own merchandise, then that’s their own missed opportunity.

    Several years ago, the Tribune had a e-commerce site where you could create clothing for every high school in Illinois. It is where I was able to design my own Southeast High School Skateboarding Team t-shirt. It was rad. I’m pretty sure my alma mater didn’t get a cut on the profits from that either.


  11. - Kaner - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:52 pm:

    Not an IHSA issue. They can only get proceeds from apparel that has an IHSA logo or an affiliated tournament. Individual districts would own the rights to the images of their mascots and names, so the school boards would have to file for some type of copyright/license infringement. That’s if the images and names of public entities are protected at all.


  12. - NIU Grad - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:52 pm:

    This is normal in most towns, especially if the high school isn’t selling quality apparel. Jewel and Wal-Mart do this as well. Also, high schools usually contract their apparel with companies that sell them at overpriced rates as the sole monopoly.


  13. - frustrated GOP - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 2:59 pm:

    A school just needs to copywrite the logo and then enforce it. most mascots and logo are stock items, so there is no extra cost when the school uses it for uniforms and other stuff. But if they think they will sell enough, they need to copy write it. They pay a little extra when they buy stuff. It would make a great art competition too, if done right. BTW, it won’t stop the selling of the old stuff.


  14. - Educated in the Suburbs - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:00 pm:

    Also a not-insignificant number of Illinois high schools have logos or mascots that trademark infringe either colleges or nearby corporations. While most corporations and colleges overlook it, if they start making licensing deals with OTHER big corporations to sell the infringing logo, it’s going to get messy quick.


  15. - Bogey Golfer - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:03 pm:

    So you’d rather see official licensed apparel contracts be required with all the schools so they get a piece of the action. Don’t think Nike or Adidas will be entering into an agreement with Watseka anytime soon.


  16. - Rich Miller - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:05 pm:

    ===So you’d rather see official licensed apparel contracts be required===

    I so love it when commenters attempt to put words in my mouth.


  17. - anon - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:06 pm:

    Maybe the local Walgreen stores offer employment opportunities to high school kids.

    Stores in Springfield sold high school shirts and sweatshirts 40-50 years ago. This is far from some recent development.


  18. - Six Degrees of Separation - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:07 pm:

    Don’t think Nike or Adidas will be entering into an agreement with Watseka anytime soon.

    Can’t wait to buy a pair of those $200 Air Iroquois BB shoes!


  19. - Norseman - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:08 pm:

    === There’s nothing stopping Walgreens, or any other store in town, from selling Springfield School District apparel, School Superintendent Jennifer Gill told school board members last week. ===

    There is nothing stopping Gill or someone from her staff asking these businesses for some revenue from these sales. There may be no legal obligation, but a store may want to consider the appearance to the community if they’re making money of school named apparel and not giving anything to the schools.

    I can’t believe we’re talking about a lot of money. I was a treasurer of a school sports booster club and we didn’t get a huge profit from the sale of apparel.


  20. - Formerpol - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:08 pm:

    Schools need to trademark their logos and name. Then they could stop or license stores who sell unauthorized items. Towns should do likewise.
    May be difficult to trademark a town name; but it’s worth a try. Some law firm could make $$ agreeing to do this work.


  21. - Commander Norton - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:09 pm:

    The schools in Springfield do sell their own apparel that looks a lot better than the Walgreens versions. Still, it should be possible to shame the company into giving the District some sort of cut. We have a lot of businesses that generously support the public schools; it certainly isn’t enough to make up for the lack of state support, but Walgreen’s needs to be guilt-tripped into getting on the train!


  22. - anon - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:19 pm:

    When letter jackets were really popular, who do you think sold them? Department stores, not the schools. Why would a school want to inventory these items and provide staff for a small profit when school districts have no money as it is.


  23. - Former State Employee II - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:20 pm:

    CVS in River Forest sells Elmwood Park High School gear and the EPHS boosters get a very small cut from it.


  24. - Harry - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:26 pm:

    If the school district trademarked the name and it’s enforceable, they should be able to seek redress from either the manufacturer or retailer. If they didn’t, and this has been going on a long time, they may have forfeited their rights–that’s why firms defend trademark and copyright so strenuously


  25. - JS Mill - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:27 pm:

    School names etc. are not the property of the IHSA. They only own the “state series” and they have copy righted that. Any apparel related to the state series can only be produced by a company with an IHSA licensing agreement.

    In general, schools are owned by the public and thus are public domain. No one has to license the name of their local school to re-produce their apparel for sale. For individual schools the market is not huge and they usually turn over the process to boosters or a single company for simplicity sake.

    I don’t mind local businesses getting into the act if it helps their bottom line. They support us (locally) with tax dollars and donations. Here, in small town USA, it is a good symbiotic relationship and we love to see our apparel out there for school spirit’s sake.


  26. - Wensicia - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:28 pm:

    This is not unusual; stores like Walgreens and Jewel sell shirts and hoodies representing more the one high school where I live, often at cheaper prices.

    These same stores, as well as other businesses, often sponsor events at our schools and will employ our special ed students as part of their “School to Work” training programs. That’s a decent tradeoff.


  27. - Stones - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:30 pm:

    The Walgreens across the street from our local HS does the same thing. I think it’s common practice.


  28. - Team Sleep - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:31 pm:

    I was at the Walgreen’s at the corner of Monroe and Lawrence and that location had both bleacher and lawn chairs for New Berlin and Pleasant Plains. The stand-alone chairs were $45! Both of the Springfield area Schnuck’s sell high school apparel as well.


  29. - Anonymous - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:33 pm:

    Hey, WALGREENS - BeTrue To Your Schools 🎵🎶


  30. - NIU Grad - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:37 pm:

    If anything, I’d say this is a good thing. It ensures that community members can buy apparel representing their local school/team. For example, I live in DeKalb and didn’t graduate from DeKalb High School, but consider their football team to be one of the stronger ways to connect with the community. Also, having a market compete for better apparel prices seems to be working better than a school district creating a monopoly with an overpriced apparel company. I’m sure if the schools sold apparel and said that proceeds go into a District Foundation, many parents would opt for that.


  31. - Responsa - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 3:38 pm:

    Thank you for your comment, Wensicia. Yes. You can always buy a school spirit shirt or hoodie cheaper at Jewel or Walgreens than at an in-school kiosk or stand. What may look to many here like only a few dollars of difference in price can make a big impact in many students’ or families budgets.


  32. - plutocrat03 - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 5:20 pm:

    Don’t think you can copyright a public logo or symbol.

    Is it the right thing to do to rebate something back to the schools, you bet.

    Is there a legal requirement?, not so much.


  33. - Cheryl44 - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 5:22 pm:

    It’s been decades since I’ve been in HS, but I know the Oak Lawn Spartans ripped off every single logo from Michigan they could, back in the day. I can’t see them worrying too much about copyright infringement on the stuff they stole elsewhere.


  34. - Lefty Lefty - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 5:37 pm:

    MrJM’s comment has me reaching for the “thumbs up” feature that was here for about 5 minutes during the ill-fated redesign of the site. +1


  35. - Levois - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 5:58 pm:

    There goes my idea to have apparel made for my old high school GO FALCONS!


  36. - CPS - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 6:16 pm:

    Stores in Chicago don’t do this…I guess there are too many schools for them to handle! LOL!


  37. - Michael Westen - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 7:47 pm:

    Maybe Dick Durbin could write a threatening letter to the CEO.


  38. - DuPage - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 8:10 pm:

    A couple of bucks royalty to the schools would be nice, but it is a drop in the bucket of the Rauner induced financial situation the schools are now facing.


  39. - Cubs Win - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 9:21 pm:

    High schools can license their products through the same process the universities use although the revenue would be much lower: http://www.nfhslicensing.com/


  40. - Illinois Manufacturer - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 9:49 pm:

    Its more a trademark than a copyright and they can take actions to protect it without registration but its easier if they register unless state law somehow doesn’t let them


  41. - Sheesh Hecuka Cupajava - Monday, Apr 27, 15 @ 11:13 pm:

    When I was in high school (2008) I found a niche market in my entrepreneurship class. My class was tasked with creating a product/service and running the business. My HS had a terrible spirit wear at the time, it was outdated, and no one wanted to buy/wear it. So I chose to revamp the spirit wear. Create a new logo. And use attractive Under Armour products. At the end of the class I had $8,000 in sales with a $2,000 profit (half of which I had to give to my charity of choice). My point is, if we were teaching the importance of entrepreneurship instead of Shakespeare, maybe the students could innovated these ideas. My apparel could have gone toe-to-toe with a collegiate team at the time and it sure as heck could have gone against Walgreens.


  42. - Big Mouth - Tuesday, Apr 28, 15 @ 8:06 am:

    Can a public institution that is supported by tax dollars copyright anything?


  43. - Illinois Manufacturer - Tuesday, Apr 28, 15 @ 8:21 am:

    Big - the Universities seem to . I found out Minn sticks the c on its highway environmental statements. If the schools cant the GA should correct that


  44. - D-43 - Tuesday, Apr 28, 15 @ 6:39 pm:

    The schools get their share of the revenues when they license their logos, etc. to the companies that make/distribute those kinds of apparel. Do you think that the school districts wouldn’t sue otherwise?


Sorry, comments for this post are now closed.


* Reader comments closed for the weekend
* *** UPDATED x1 *** SUBSCRIBERS ONLY - Fundraiser list, a new poll and a harsh new anti-Durkin TV ad
* Republican files lawsuit over HRO mailers tying him to Madigan
* Your moment of un-Zen
* Your moment of Zen
* Question of the day
* Madigan's House to advance a package of gun legislation next week
* Campaign Workers Guild coming to Springfield
* A new Madigan question: Can he survive?
* Hinz: "The governor is in full Pinocchio mode"
* *** UPDATED x1 - 150 explains *** Local 150 makes good on its pledge to file First Amendment lawsuits
* *** UPDATED x1 - Kennedy responds *** Pritzker hit again on the lack of women in his companies
* *** UPDATED x1 *** Diversity is more than drinking a glass of milk
* Dems use Greitens to attack Rauner
* A look at gubernatorial ad spending
* *** UPDATED x1 *** Anybody have any ideas how to fix this problem?
* Support HB4469
* Crain's not-so-wholeheartedly endorses Rauner, Pritzker
* SUBSCRIBERS ONLY - Today's edition of Capitol Fax (use all CAPS in password)
* Yesterday's stories

Support CapitolFax.com
Visit our advertisers...

...............

...............

...............

...............

...............
<


Loading


* Shaw: Three Steps to Fix Illinois' Broken Budge.....
* How Michael Madigan could be 'taxed' out of exi.....
* State Week: Madigan Cuts Second Aide, Dems Deba.....
* Lawmaker hopes Madigan scandal brings attention.....
* Madigan’s importance to Democratic Party likene.....
* Five at 5: Herald & Review endorses Rauner, Bis.....
* Shameful decision by a Downstate TV station all.....
* Revolving door spins again at state’s utility r.....
* Why are so many college freshmen leaving Illinois?..
* So who exactly is this Fritz Kaegi?..


* Freeport man creates giant sculpture of Harry Caray
* Chicago fires back at Feds' request in sanctuary city fight
* Illinois group homes still troubled despite reform promise
* Midwest flooding expected to last through weekend
* Illinois officials announce plan to stabilize mine
* Gothamist news sites brought back to life by public radio
* Piece of ceiling falls at Illinois State Fairgrounds
* The Latest: Indiana Gov. Holcomb tour flood-ravaged areas
* No bail for Chicago father charged in 2-year-old son's death
* Police evacuate suburban Chicago care facility due to filth

* Part of ceiling falls in Illinois State Fairgrounds' Livestock Center
* Rauner drinks chocolate milk to demonstrate commitment to diversity
* AG candidate Erika Harold says GOP county official used racial slur
* AG candidate says GOP county official used racial slur
* Illinois Democrats move toward licensing gun stores
* Rauner 're-evaluating' whether to move veterans out of Quincy home
* Recreational marijuana ballot question clears committee
* Biss, Pritzker clash at Springfield debate
* Watch replay: Democratic governor candidate debate
* Watch live at 7 p.m.: Democratic governor candidate debate

* Edward-Elmhurst Hospital plans another round of cuts
* Edward-Elmhurst Health plans another round of cuts
* Your guide to the 2018 Illinois gubernatorial primary
* Who we're backing for governor
* DRW's Wilson expects cryptos will change world


* How Michael Madigan could be ‘taxed’ out of existence
* As Cubs, MLB honor shooting victims, inspired Joe Maddon touts power of activism
* White Sox outslugged by Dodgers in Cactus League opener
* Brewers beat Cubs 2-1 in spring opener
* Nanette Fabray, starred on TV and stage, has died at 97
* Keep charging ahead on juvenile justice reform so kids aren’t ‘thrown away forever’
* Tim Anderson wants to keep running ‘with head on fire’
* 2018 Chicago Sun-Times All-City basketball team
* Overnight lane closures start Monday on I-88 ahead of reconstruction project
* Panic-stricken Trump awaits more bad news


* Florida governor unveils plan to put more armed guards in schools, ban gun sales under age 21
* Cubs fall 2-1 to Brewers as offense is quiet in Cactus League opener
* 9 indicted during FBI raids in connection with Gary drug distribution conspiracy: officials
* White House alerted 2 weeks ago to ongoing issues in Jared Kushner's security clearance
* Chicago rapper G Herbo, 2 others arrested with loaded guns after limousine driver tips off police
* Combine marks busy period for Bears, Ryan Pace on multiple fronts
* Wisconsin dairy says owner among Indiana plane crash victims
* Milwaukee man gets life without parole in triple-homicide of neighbors
* Chicago fires back at feds' request for 'sanctuary city' documents, questioning 'integrity' of Trump's Justice Department
* Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens blames politics, but even some in GOP concerned


» State Week: Madigan Cuts Second Aide, Dems Debate, Republicans React To Racist Language
» Lawmakers Seek To Curve 'Predatory' Car Title Loan Industry
» Local 150 Sues Rauner, Anticipating 'Janus' Loss
» Early Voting Gets Late Start In Some IL Districts
» Illinois’ Storied History of Choosing Its Second-in-Command
» Speaker Madigan Among Lead Topics At Democratic Gubernatorial Debate
» The Primary Race That’s Almost Guaranteed To Hit Your Bottom Line
» More Gun Legislation Filed At Illinois State Capitol
» Lawmaker Rips Rauner On Legionnaires' Response At Vets' Home
» Illinois Lawmaker Looks To Ban AR-15, 'Ghost Guns'


* Part of ceiling falls in Illinois State Fairgrounds' Livestock Center
* Rauner drinks chocolate milk to demonstrate commitment to diversity
* AG candidate Erika Harold says GOP county official used racial slur
* Counterpoint: NAFTA a good deal for corporations, a bad deal for the country
* Point: North American energy trade boosts our economic and energy security
* Thumbs Up: Work and fellowship for those who need a boost
* Eugene Robinson: Trump and the GOP won't act on gun control. So we must.
* AG candidate says GOP county official used racial slur
* Illinois Democrats move toward licensing gun stores
* Rauner 're-evaluating' whether to move veterans out of Quincy home


* Volunteers needed for annual Kinkaid Lake Cleanup on March 24
* Illinois officials announce plan to stabilize mine that collapsed under Swansea school
* Illinois group homes still troubled despite reform promise
* Christopher man charged in his wife's shooting death has trial date set back again
* Feb. 26 Bob Asmussen chat
* Yoga class at Fletcher Park
* ‘Raw emotion, no sugarcoating’: Tunnel of Oppression gives visitors firsthand experiences of racism, discrimination
* Five at 5: Herald & Review endorses Rauner, Biss in primary and 4 other stories to see
* Shots fired near Centralia elementary school; police say school wasn't target
* McDuffie plans to appeal conviction


* Bulls' rookie Markkanen stuck in 3-point shooting slump
* Batavia native's debut novel addresses hate, Islamophobia
* Jaguars release veteran RB Chris Ivory, saving $3.6M in 2018
* After a wrong turn, Portis puts his edgy style to good use for Bulls
* Lincolnshire resident sues village over membership in lobbying group

* Reps Question DHS's Decision to Deny Asylu...
* Democrat Schneider, Republican Hultgren si...
* Hultgren visits Parkview third-graders - K...
* This RSS feed URL is deprecated
* River Town Chronicles: Randy Hultgren is T...
* 14th Democratic hopefuls talk guns at Bata...
* Duckworth taps downstate principal as Stat...
* A New Congressional Caucus Backs Planetary...
* House passes bill boosting funding to Illi...
* Before the State of the Union, a chance to...

* This RSS feed URL is deprecated...
* Durbin Pushes for Ashford to Lose GI Bill ......
* Springfield Catholic diocese prohibits Sen......
* Ashford May Lose GI Bill Eligibility - WVIK...

* This RSS feed URL is deprecated...

* Judge's impromptu remarks result in controversy
* Government, John Stossel, and the TSA
* All Illinois GOP Congress members receive 100% rating on family group's scorecard
* Clerical error mistakenly ties Liberty Principles PAC to pro-Madigan mailing
* Antifa groups support Univ. of IL Urbana-Champaign instructor who punched Trump Supporter
* The 10 worst colleges for free speech: 2018
* Occupational Licensing Craziness With Anastasia Boden
* Illinois' DePaul University denies Crowder, says he doesn't 'align' with mission
* Rauner endorsed by Chicago legacy media
* What You Need to Know About Planned Parenthood


* Illinois Awarded Funds to Offer Advanced Training on Detecting Impaired Driving
* Illinois EPA Announces Upcoming Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events
* IEMA Highlights Emergency Preparedness for People with Access and Functional Needs in May - Ready Illinois website offers preparedness tips for people, caregivers
* First Lady Launches Illinois Family Connects
* Governor and Lt. Governor Unveil 2016 Journal of Local Government Shared Service Best Practices

  
* Deals: T-Mobile Launches iPhone/Apple Watch S3 Offer, Belkin Debuts Weekend Sale, and More
* MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Seaboard Block From ROLI
* Android TV’s YouTube app gets a small redesign, includes video quality control
* Microsoft and Xiaomi to collaborate on AI, cloud computing and hardware
* Too in love with your phone? That’s a problem says new Motorola study
* Google Assistant goes truly global, with multilingual support, Routines and deeper OEM integrations
* [TA Deals] Save 18% on the Takieso Marble Qi Wireless Charger

* Sox pitching is prickly in Cactus League opener
* White Sox see rebuild timeline shortening
* Rodon to sit out spring, likely back in June
* White Sox 2018 Spring Training Broadcast Schedule
* Card of the Week: 1974 Topps Jorge Orta
* Oscar Gamble: When I’m at bat, I’m in scoring position
* White Sox youth look to get taste of Majors


Main Menu
Home
Illinois
YouTube
Pundit rankings
Obama
Subscriber Content
Durbin
Burris
Blagojevich Trial
Advertising
Updated Posts
Polls

Archives
February 2018
January 2018
December 2017
November 2017
October 2017
September 2017
August 2017
July 2017
June 2017
May 2017
April 2017
March 2017
February 2017
January 2017
December 2016
November 2016
October 2016
September 2016
August 2016
July 2016
June 2016
May 2016
April 2016
March 2016
February 2016
January 2016
December 2015
November 2015
October 2015
September 2015
August 2015
July 2015
June 2015
May 2015
April 2015
March 2015
February 2015
January 2015
December 2014
November 2014
October 2014
September 2014
August 2014
July 2014
June 2014
May 2014
April 2014
March 2014
February 2014
January 2014
December 2013
November 2013
October 2013
September 2013
August 2013
July 2013
June 2013
May 2013
April 2013
March 2013
February 2013
January 2013
December 2012
November 2012
October 2012
September 2012
August 2012
July 2012
June 2012
May 2012
April 2012
March 2012
February 2012
January 2012
December 2011
November 2011
October 2011
September 2011
August 2011
July 2011
June 2011
May 2011
April 2011
March 2011
February 2011
January 2011
December 2010
November 2010
October 2010
September 2010
August 2010
July 2010
June 2010
May 2010
April 2010
March 2010
February 2010
January 2010
December 2009
November 2009
October 2009
September 2009
August 2009
July 2009
June 2009
May 2009
April 2009
March 2009
February 2009
January 2009
December 2008
November 2008
October 2008
September 2008
August 2008
July 2008
June 2008
May 2008
April 2008
March 2008
February 2008
January 2008
December 2007
November 2007
October 2007
September 2007
August 2007
July 2007
June 2007
May 2007
April 2007
March 2007
February 2007
January 2007
December 2006
November 2006
October 2006
September 2006
August 2006
July 2006
June 2006
May 2006
April 2006
March 2006
February 2006
January 2006
December 2005
April 2005
March 2005
February 2005
January 2005
December 2004
November 2004
October 2004

Blog*Spot Archives
November 2005
October 2005
September 2005
August 2005
July 2005
June 2005
May 2005

Syndication

RSS Feed 2.0
Comments RSS 2.0
WordPress




Hosted by MCS SUBSCRIBE to Capitol Fax Advertise Here Mobile Version Contact Rich Miller