Her actions were retaliatory because her husband lost a series of cases to FlavFlavor Flav takes a major hit Jun 26, 2007
I feel pretty good. It was definitely a different situation this year, knowing that I wasn't gong to be with the team. I was hoping the situation would work outCatcher Charles Johnson seeking new team Mar 31, 2005
We do need to raise funds to keep this lovely place goingCemetery raising money with calendar Sep 24, 2004
If you put all the new anti-idiotarian Web logs end to end, they would stretch halfway around Michael Moore's bellyCathy's World: Blogapalooza Aug 07, 2002
Charles Johnson (1752 – July 23, 1802) was a Congressional representative from North Carolina. Johnson was born in Chowan County, North Carolina; engaged as a planter; elected to the Continental Congress in 1781, 1784, and 1785, but did not attend; served in the state senate in 1781-1784, 1788-1790, and 1792 (and as Speaker in 1789 after the death of Richard Caswell); elected as a Republican in a special election to the Seventh Congress (serving from March 4, 1801 until his death on July 23, 1802 in Bandon, near Edenton, North Carolina); interment in Edenton Cemetery.