I like to meet in person. When I connect with people outside of that, I usually prefer telephone, w or wo video.
Reaching John Abbe (if i don't get back to you as soon as you'd like, try again):
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question about the Walnut Street Co-op.... I am doing a bicycle trip from cincinnati to the west coast and was wondering how open you guys are to people staying for a few days and doing work to make up for it. Just trying to stay with good people on our trip, its me my boyfriend and his brother. I can give character info or whatever you need. Very interested in expanding myself and interests. Thank you.
--firstname.lastname@example.org (Not signed in).....Wed Jun 03 15:32:05 -0700 2009
We are generally open to such things. E-mailing you about it...
--John Abbe.....Fri Jun 19 11:23:26 -0700 2009
Just discovered your website and wiki.
Wish to make you aware of blog.Innertude.com on Power With in Politics.
--Paul Radde (Not signed in).....Tue Nov 10 09:19:24 -0800 2009
just missing you is all - wondering where you are sleeping these days
--steven strauss (Not signed in).....Mon Jan 31 17:23:50 -0800 2011
Still here, at Walnut Street Co-op.
John, I have replaced Patrick Hosfield as Chair of the group of folks who interview Harvard applicants in the Eugene and Corvallis areas. I write this to ask whether you are willing to interview one or two applicants in the Eugene area. If you are willing, would you kindly give me a phone call (at 541-687-0660) so I can find out how best to communicate with you. Thanks, Maury
Hello John, my name is Alice Orrichio and I live in Holland Twp, Nj in Hunterdon County. We are located along the banks of the beautiful Delaware River. A newly created conglomerate called PennEast Pipeline Co.LLC. Is charged with the task of constructing a greenfields Natural Gas transmission line under our river to Trenton NJ. This 108 miles long of pipe is coming from the gold rush Fracking area of N.E. PA . We are proud to say that with very hard work and becoming a very unified force, we in NJ have been able to get all of the TWPs in the path to institute resolutions against this pipeline. PennEast has targeted our preserved farmland and open space we have worked so hard to protect. With that being said we are in the pre-filing Stage and our open house meetings are scheduled PennEast and FERC Open House next week. Question, have you heard of this pipeline? And any advise for us during our meetings next week. We fear that FERC really does not have the power they claim that they have and cannot say no to anything.