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January 14, 2010


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Hi, my name is Ava and I'm the blog moderator for a marine site called The Reef Tank (http://www.thereeftank.com)

Had a particular question to ask you, Ben, but there's no e-mail address available. Can you please e-mail me at [email protected]? Thank you for your time.


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All this is cable is going to help the non usa companys to rake alaska of it oil and gold to Tokyo and London I say don't let them do it It should be only USA companys at pumpo oiland mine other metal, wood from Alaska that the mony say in the USA & alaska Not london (BP)BE american buy from only USA OWN Company Are Country would be better off.

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I've been reading a lot about this issue and you're right because the Cable access will have a big impact in rural Alaska and we can't avoid this situation,specially if we're interesting in that communities. 23jj


Thanks for such an informative article, it's been very useful.

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