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This web site,, is copyright © 2024 by James Alexander Jr., 227 Woodside Drive., Lumberton, NJ 08048. Our copyright includes all pages and sections of this web site, including periodic changes and modifications immediately upon their execution. It covers all content, including text, HTML code, pictures, graphics and design, except as may be covered by other copyright or trademark authority.

Except as is authorized by law under the fair use provisions, all rights are reserved, and no copying or use may be made of this material without prior written approval which may only be granted upon request to the Webmaster.

Privacy Statement

We do not maintain any records of the identity of our web-site visitors. In the event that we ever use “cookie” technology to assist you in a more helpful return visit, or to assist in maintaining general usage statistics, this will not be used in any intrusive manner.

If you have voluntarily given us your name and US mail address or E-mail address in connection with a visit to this site, we may send you information or notices of important changes to this web site. Any request not to do so will be respected.

We will not share information about you that might be derived in the future from your participation in this Web site, such as your E-mail address or phone number with any outside source. We will not assail you with flashing ads, nor expose you to thinly-disguised commercial pitches.

Any links we provide to other sites are only to allow you to obtain what we believe to be relevant information; we are not responsible for any material off of this site. We respect your privacy.

Digital Millennium Copyright Act

In the event that you wish to allege that any page on this web site infringes on your copyright, please notify the following designated copyright agent, in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, P.L. 105-304:

James Alexander Jr.
JimQuest Communications
227 Woodside Drive
Lumberton, NJ 08048

Reporting copyright infringements
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act specifies that all infringement claims must be in writing (either electronic mail or paper letter) and must include the following elements:

1. a physical or electronic signature;
2. identification of the infringed work;
3. identification of the infringed material;
4. information about the complainant so that we may identify and reach out to you, e.g. address, telephone number, electronic mail address;
5. a statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner or the law; and
6. a statement that the information contained in the notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.

For more information on United States Copyright Laws, go to the US Copyright Office.

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