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**January 2016 ACRInc tipBits Newsletter**

There's quite a 10-day cyberless vacation site item backlog: three PixBits ( "MicroProcess (3)" and "Somewhere Seasons (3+)," and "Freedom Library (11+)," with one "GetReel In-Tune(1+)"); and four SoundBytes ("NewsTipBits#1" commentary, "Tomorrow's Aim" AT-poem, "the word unwritten" microfiction, and "White Rap" polyprose) creations to emplace for ACRInc's in-development 2016 "Seasons of Somewhere" supersection. And there are also several content upgrades awaiting for the new Christmas Score '96-'16 supersection.....

**On new year's vacation, i learned: cbs sportstalk radio is a fantastic mentalhealth antitode to gabbygame grabass clashcrass politics! it doesn't yell, kinda hums, floats on softly bouyant waves of import and consequence.

***From fox newstalk -- which broadcasts crisp and strong here -- i have learned that the liberal media is responsible for everything to slimey yellow frig mold to black spots on overripe bananas which it tries to market as nutritiously edible-podded new age ladybugs. DON'T BE FOOLED! they ARE out to get you. and Already Have, as you will see clearly from My Insightfully Seminal Book they have dissed and tried to hide. but YOU can find The Truth through my hashtag #KvetchKitsch and at my website Inform yourself. DON'T BE AN IDIOT.

**This state's region with the most drug-related death/suicides last year is East Tennessee.

**Big Foot (Alaska) and The Loch Ness Monster ("over there") were sighted frequently during 2015.

**People, especially in Texas and Arizona, are being sucked from detectable sight increasingly into other-dimensional vortexes. This is truly contemplateably unpleasant, and scary.

**Obama hasn't done anything right or good, or told the truth about anything, In Seven Years (at least).


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Historic Jobo TN Tiki Lounge and Motel--click for larger view "The Appalachian Region's economy, once highly dependent on mining, forestry, agriculture, chemical industries, and heavy industry, has become more diversified in recent times, and now includes manufacturing and professional service industries. Appalachia has come a long way in the past four decades: its poverty rate, 33 percent in 1965, was 18 percent in 2008. The number of high-poverty counties in the Region (those with poverty rates more than 1.5 times the U.S. average) declined from 295 in 1965 to 116 in 2000.

"But despite progress, Appalachia still does not enjoy the same economic vitality as the rest of the nation. Central Appalachia in particular still battles economic distress, with concentrated areas of high poverty, unemployment, poor health, and severe educational disparities. And recent economic data show that the Region has fared far worse in the current recession than the rest of the nation." -- ARC

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"The way of the Cross is not easy, yet it is the tuneful, the rhythmic, the beautiful, the lovely way."
-- Edgar Cayce, Association for Research and Enlightenment

Original text and graphics c. A Country Rag, Inc. and Jeannette Harris, Jonesborough TN, January 2016.