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Well, time to update this thing.

I’m a husband to a wonderful wife and a father to two adorable daughters. I’m also a Secular Humanist and a big fan of science and polititcs, which you’ll see me write about on any given day.

Stick around, read the archives, and have a good time!

Anyone that wants to reach me in the days between posts can at jmadjeski_@_gmail_._com (remove the underscores)

4 Comments leave one →
  1. October 27, 2006 11:29 am

    Hi Joe,

    I just wanted to thank you for the kind words you wrote about my music, and about my and Nicole’s performance at the Peace Jam. I remember you I think – sitting on the left side of the theater, and your daughter (blonde?) was dancing in the aisle. So adorable! Anyway thank you so much for the wonderful review. Would you mind if we used it on our website under our reviews page? Unfortunately I don’t know your last name, but I would like to credit you and point back to your blog page. Let me know.

    Thanks so much!!!
    Melissa Cox

  2. November 6, 2006 1:07 pm

    Where you at Joe?

  3. Mark Brunswick permalink
    August 28, 2007 8:55 am

    As you know, the A. Philip Randolph Institute is building its September 8 meeting around the defeat of House Bill 177. Our members feel that the defeat of this legislation was significant for the diverse range of people who came together in opposition and the role of talk radio and Bloggers in educating the public. It was truly an instance of people valuing democracy over party interests.

    All of the players involved have been invited. However, we are asking the following people to be part of the formal panel with comments solicited from the balance of the invitees:

    Dave Burris-First State Politics
    Dana Garrett-Delaware Watch
    Tyler Nixon-Republican Party Activist
    Rick Jensen-Radio Host
    Gerry Fulcher-Radio Host
    Al Mascitti-Panel Moderator
    Angela Walker-ACORN
    John Flaherty

    Invited audience members

    Nancy Willing-Delaware Watch
    Joe Madjeski-Merit Bound Alley
    Mike Matthews-Down with Absolutes
    Darlene Battle-ACORN

    Our meetings are held at Longshoreman’s Hall, 200 S. Claymont St. in the Southbridge section of Wilmington. The meeting begins at 10 a.m. We have allocated 75-90 minutes within the meeting for this discussion. Our meetings always end by noon. You are assured of having you afternoon free.

    Please let me know if you are planning to participate on this panel.

    I look forward to hearing from you and seeing you on September 8th.

    Mark Brunswick
    Director of Education
    A. Philip Randolph Institute of Delaware

  4. Mark Brunswick permalink
    September 7, 2007 9:22 am


    Due to circumstances beyond our control, tomorro’s meeting is cancelled. More on this later.


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