Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Prison Inmate Locator 2

Now you can request prison inmate records, as well as inmate license records and all other pertinent vital records. Any State, anywhere in the USA! Whatever your reason is for requesting prison inmate records,Federal Prison Inmate Locator is one of the best sources where you can obtain information.

Some people acquire this kind of information because they want to check out the records of the person while he or she is still in jail. There are also some people who just want to make sure that they are not residing near an ex-convict who still has the capability to commit a wrongdoing.

If you want to obtain records of a certain inmate, all you have to do is check out the site and use its inmate locator. You can locate Nationwide Federal Inmate Reports Fast with their Direct Data Retrieval. In order for you to find the inmate whom you are searching for, you need to supply details about the individual. The locator will provide you with a list of inmates who have similar names to the one that you have given. One form of information that you can get from looking up inmate records is the address of the prison or the number of the cell. Aside from the name, you can also provide the sex, race, and age of the person. This additional info will make your search easier. It's only a click away!

Yes, Virginia there is a Santa Claus

Jon and I were invited to watch a play last night at Grand Opera House. It was a last minute invitation, and I have no idea what's the play is all about. What makes me excited is the idea of watching our good friend Joan acting in the stage and her beautiful daughter Kari singing in the stage too. We arrived a little bit early, I got bored and walk around, it's an old building but has an impressive architecture, not so modern. Then, I saw Joan in 1897's costume walking towards on my direction, I was laughing, we hug and talk a bit about her role, as a salvation army widow, soon I realized that the play is all about the classic question of an 8 year old girl, Virginia O'Hanlon "Is there a Santa Claus?" What a lucky night, I thought.

I met or should I say, became familiar with Virginia in a popular TV Game show hosted by Kris Aquino, Pilipinas, Game ka na ba? Virginia made the contestant won 1 million pesos, a young high school boy. The million dollar question was, what was the first name of the 8 year old girl who wrote a letter over 100 years ago to the editor of the New York Sun.
"Dear Editor, I am eight years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says if you see it in the Sun, it's so. Please tell me the truth. Is there a Santa Claus?"

The smart contestant, not even a second answered "Virginia". And that made him a millionaire.