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2013 04 15: Symantec (makers and distributors of Norton Antivirus) and O2 now filter/block the website of Fathers for Life and *BOTH* of its affiliated blogs. Click for details.


 
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Due to constraints on time and resources, the e-mail distribution list is no longer in operation.  The mailing list was being used increasingly less often, mainly only for news items of special interest.  Dads & Things, the blog affiliated with the website of Fathers for Life, became a better tool for staying informed, but even that blog is a drain on time and resources that became too much to handle over time.

No one has ever come forth to take on the work necessary to run the blog, and I can no longer focus on it.  I am getting too old and too tired to carry on with it.  The blog is now closed for comments.

Still, as long as I am around and capable of doing it, anyone interested in leaving comments about anything regarding fathers rights or the contents of the web pages of Fathers for Life or the blog entries at Dads & Things, those comments can be made through my Facebook page.

Walter

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