• It was October 1995 when Jim Dille handed me a $10 bill to sign up for Internet service as our first customer. From 28.8k to 56k to broadband, the ride this industry and community have provided has been fun even with all the bumps along the way. As I bow my head to the LORD, I will be giving Thanks for the past 15 years and the next fifteen. May God bless you and your family. Brian

    Nov 25,
  • The office of semo.net will be closed on Thursday, November 25th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. We will reopen for normal business hours on Friday, November 26th. Have a happy and safe holiday!

    Nov 23,
    - by semoadmin
  • With Americans up in arms about the new security procedures of the TSA, one would expect that the industry most affected by these measures to speak out. But after clicking through page after page of Google search results, I couldn't find any airlines making statements against these travel-hindering moves. One could assume that the airlines appreciate the broader lines drawn in the sand, but the loud voice of protest by the pilots and flight attendants seems to trump that argument. This leads to an interesting question, though: Why would the airline industry be totally silent about something that would keep travelers from looking forward to heading to the airport?

    Nov 21,
  • I was having a quick bite to eat with friends at the Exotic Grill this week and noticed that they had created 12 new sandwiches (six burgers and six chicken). It was hard to choose, but there was one that started calling my name: it was named the Elmer Fudd. The Elmer Fudd is a breaded chicken breast topped with bacon, hash browns and pepper gravy all on an incredibly tasty bun. It was so good I had to offer a portion to my dinner guests and they too agreed that it was unlike any other chicken sandwich. Stop by the Exotic Grill and tell them semo.net sent you to try out their Elmer Fudd. You'll be glad you did.

    Nov 19,
  • Following a grassroots campaign by Cardinals fans, the White House announced today that Stan Musial will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor awarded by the government, just as Musial is about to celebrate his 90th birthday.

    Nov 17,
    - by semoadmin

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