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daily 08/15/2012

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daily 08/11/2012

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daily 08/10/2012

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daily 08/06/2012

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daily 08/01/2012

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    • Sample Workbook:  Sheet1toSheet-NoVbaNoBlankRows.xlsThis first workbook demonstrates a non-vba way to transfer data from a main “database” sheet to sub-sheets based on a key piece of information on each row of data in the database. This example shows “accounts” on sheets named after the “managers” assigned to each account.
      • Titles are in row 1 and will be duplicated on all sheets
    • I’ll make this quick. I have one question and one observation about Mitt Romney’s visit to Israel. The
    • In recent years, the Republican Party has decided to make Israel a wedge issue
    • This, in turn, has created a culture in Washington where State Department officials, not to mention politicians, are reluctant to even state publicly what is U.S. policy — that settlements are “an obstacle to peace”
    • No wonder settlers now boast on op-ed pages that the game is over, they’ve won, the West Bank will remain with Israel forever
    • On what matters to Israel’s survival — advanced weaponry and intelligence — Defense Minister Ehud Barak told CNN on Monday, “I should tell you honestly that this administration under President Obama is doing in regard to our security more than anything that I can remember in the past.
      • ehud v. Bibi.
    • Israel today is an amazing beehive of innovation — thanks, in part, to an influx of Russian brainpower, massive U.S. aid and smart policies
    • Palestinian business talent also built the Persian Gulf states. In short, Romney didn’t know what he was talking about
    • all told blunt truths to every Israeli or Arab leader
    • All of them knew that to make progress in this region you have to get in the face of both sides
    • Since the whole trip was not about learning anything but about how to satisfy the political whims of the right-wing, super pro-Bibi Netanyahu, American Jewish casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, why didn’t they just do the whole thing in Las Vegas?

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