"head on a stake",kinda Game of Thrones(ish)
From the page: "After a one-woman filibuster and a raucous crowd helped derail a GOP-led effort to restrict Texas abortions, Gov. Rick Perry announced Wednesday that he's calling lawmakers back next week to try again."
-historic underground music venue in Victoria,Vancouver Island,B.C. since '82. -last night was final show before being torn down -thanks for the memories Gary!
-impressive record for Cal Ripken
-saddest song ever!!!
-check the list
-rare photo of Robert Johnson
"If things go disastrously wrong, and you've shaken someone's revolting disease-sodden hand and you don't have immediate access to hot water and a sink, it's imperative to remember your hand is "evil" until you've had a chance to wash it. Don't eat with it, and don't pick your nose or rub your eye with it either or you will die. Keep it in a pocket. Or sit on it, like a moron watching a lapdancer. Just don't use it."
From the page: "They feel the rain on their skin and leave their umbrellas at home. They drink coffee before bed and eat chocolate for breakfast. They cross the street in a rage and sing to themselves down hallways."
"Frieman plans to contest the $478 violation in court on Jan. 7, arguing that he had corporate incorporation papers in his car at the time and, he says, the state vehicle code views corporations as persons窶"therefore he and his corporation constituted a two-person carpool."
-some of the first snowmobiles
From the page: "Port Radium's miners and the Dene workers employed in transporting the radioactive material south from Great Bear Lake would go on to suffer high rates of cancer. That led to Deline - the aboriginal community nearest to the mine - becoming known as the "village of widows." In recent years, the Canadian government has funded cleanup efforts around the mine as part of a long-term environmental remediation project."
-baffled and saddened
From the page: "The Late, Great Yankee Stadium With Vintage Photographs"
-good cause, good music, good friends
From the page: "Conservation groups call the Flathead River Valley the "Serengeti of the North" because it supports an abundance of life, including bighorn sheep, moose, wolverines, elk and the highest density of grizzly bears in the interior of North America.The Flathead River system flows undammed from British Columbia into Montana and contains some of the purest water in North America, according to The Nature Conservancy of Canada."