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as of March 18, 2018

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03.17.18More Encouragement from Far and Wide
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03.09.18Prayers for Keith Haynie's Sister
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03.09.18New Clues for You: This Weekend's Single
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03.02.18Encouragement from a Former Atheist in Iowa
03.02.18ApX Album Changed Maryland Man's Life
03.02.18ApX Aids Brothers in Arkansas
03.01.18ApX Video Was Just What He Needed
02.27.18ApX Releases 100th Single (2 New Parodies)
02.23.18Happy 50th Birthday, Todd Waites!
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02.22.18Here Comes Our 100th Single/EP
02.22.18Clues for Our Fifth Single of 2018
02.16.18Fans React to Our Latest Remake
02.16.18New Batch of ApX USB Thumb Drives in Stock
02.16.18Scottish Blog Interviews ApX Lead Singer
02.16.18ApX on the Radio Again This Weekend
02.14.18New Single: Bad-Boy Bands (Not Bad Boy-Bands)
02.09.18Another Station Adds Weekly ApX Radio Show
02.09.18ApX on the Air in Remote Alaska
02.09.18Clues for Our Fourth Single of 2018
02.07.18Happy Birthday, Chris VonBartheld!
02.06.181100 Tracks for $100 Ends Saturday
02.02.18One Good Testimony Deserves Another (from Canada)
02.02.18New Fan in Washington, Old Fan in Alaska
02.02.18Beam Us Up, Scotland!
02.01.18More Stations Add New ApX Radio Show
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01.22.18Pastor Looks Back on 19 Years as ApX Fan
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01.19.18Encouragement from a Pastor in NC
01.18.18The Principal and the Parodies
01.18.18New Single: Tears for Fears & Alanis Morissette
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01.10.18ApX Lead Singer on ESPN Again This Weekend
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01.10.18Clues for Our Second Single of 2018
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12.14.17How to Donate & How to Get Multiple MP3s
12.14.17So is it Alexa-getiX or Apol-alexa?
12.14.17Clues for This Weekend's Single
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11.23.17Get Ready for Our 50th CD
11.23.17Thanksgiving Song and Video for You
11.23.17Clues for Our Next Single
11.23.17Fan Says Thanks for "Thankfully" Song & Video
11.21.17Thanksgiving Message for Fans
11.17.17New Single Spoofs British Invasion Bands
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Connecticut Rhetoric: Last Weekend's Concert & Tangents Galore
Wed., Feb. 16. 2005 10:06am EST

Thanks to everybody who came to see us for our concert in Cheshire CT last Saturday ... and thanks to all of you who responded to J.'s horrible Barry Manilow "Weekend in New England" puns in last week's newsletter. Thanks also to Don and Jauneen Dore, who coordinated the event, with a large staff of volunteers, all wearing "ApologetiX in Connecticut" shirts.

The place was packed. In fact, it may have been the largest mixed group of Red Sox and Yankees fans we've ever seen coexist peacefully :) Usually, Red Sox fans agree with Mark Twain that a Connecticut Yankee should be in King Arthur's Court ... or some similar place in another continent and another millennium. We also met some people who are interested in bringing us to Massachusetts (haven't been there in a while) and Rhode Island (one of six states we've yet to play).

Here's a nice email we received from one of the concertgoers:

"I went to your concert in Connecticut. It was my first time seeing you guys. It was awesome! I can't wait to see you again! I got my first ApologetiX CD for Christmas (2004) and then my parents bought seven in January. So now we have a total of eight of your CD's. I listen to them all the time, and we always have at least one in the car at all times. You guys are awesome. Keep up the good work."

Laurel Good
Brainard, NY

Editor's note: "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" by Mark Twain was published in 1889, 13 years after "The Adventures" of Tom Sawyer and four years after "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." It's one of the world's earliest stories about time travel, published six years BEFORE "The Time Machine" by H.G. Wells!

Mark Twain moved into his last house, in Connecticut, in 1908, and he was buried in New York in 1910. For those of you who'd like to use this as evidence that Twain was a Red Sox fan who converted to the Yankees before he died, we'd like to remind you that Twain was born in Missouri, so he must have been a Cardinals fan, since they were founded in the late 1800's and the Royals didn't exist until the late 1960's. And if Twain was a Cardinals fan, there's no way he could be a Red Sox fan, not after 1946 and 1967, and certainly not after what happened last fall!

By the way, Cardinals fans and Royals fans alike are invited to see us in Bolivar MO (near Springfield) this Friday night. Red Sox fans and Yankees fans are welcome, too, but please dress appropriately!