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As our conversation ended, Bill pointed a finger at me and landed a parting shot before he turned to walk away: “Put your hand to the plow and don’t look back,” he said. “Put your hand to the plow and don’t look back. And the Office of University Advancement wants you to look back and give back. And so do I. The Murders in Paris yesterday have quite rightly been universally condemned as an unacceptable assault on freedom of speech. DZ has been a fan of Charlie Hebdo for some time and has used some of their cartoons here on this blog. He is deeply saddened by the fact that people have been killed simply for expressing their views. It may be seen as not in the same league but here in the UK the same principle is being tested in relation to a member of the medical profession who has run into trouble for airing his views. I've not actually read anything written by Meirion Thomas but it appears to be distasteful to many. But freedom of speech applies to all, and we're just as entitled to express controversial views as any. The view has been expressed that the disciplinary action taken against him by his employers is justified as it might be implied that he is “speaking on behalf of his employer”. Bollocks! It's even been stated that we “don't know what's in his contract”. Let's lay that one to rest for a start. He'll have a contract on national terms and conditions, the same as every other consultant in the land. flickr: Sadness by SashaW Suffering. You don't know it till it's grabbed you by the neck and held you down for weeks, months, even years.
It drives out every subterfuge and scours out every illusion.It chases you into every corner and steals every illusion of control. It empties you of every vanity and robs you of every trace of self-reliance. If you're stubborn like me, this takes some time. Your brain chases its tail, trying to invent reasons, explanations, answers. Your faith wilts and staggers. This exhibit led me a merry chase, because I didn't want to have to ask where it was. After some wandering through the museum I found it. Howard Foote, a native Memphian, has been donating works of art to the Brooks for years. This exhibit highlights that generosity. The artworks span almost a full century and in style range from abstraction to realism. John Rubinstein stars as Zachariah and Don Johnson is his best friend. So OK, this didn't make a lot of money -in fact, it lost a lot of money- but this is a hoot! Well worth the hour and a half it takes to watch it. Kershaw and the New York Rock Ensemble also provide memorable musical moments. and says, "The resulting film did not quite live up to its premise, but it has its charms. " Stomp Tokyo doesn't see any charm and concludes, ""Electric Western. Ohio bigfoot hunters hit the woods in the famous Salt Fork State Park in search of the elusive Ohio Grassman. . Just a couple of cards for fun today made with Fancy Pants' new Burlap and Bouquets line.
On the Thanks card, I stamped the sentiment with Papertrey Ink's Thank You Kindly stamp set and added some gold twine.
The "And" is from the Button Set.It's chipboard, and I love the dimension it gives! I'm loving the color black lately. Can't wait to see her again. I am honored to be a part of the Imagination Library and hope you will enjoy learning about it, too!. Here is an update on what your Air Force is intentionally to doing to the last of an historic breed of aircraft: The early story was the aircraft were being moved. Here it is apparent that they are being destroyed. The orange crane on the left of the photo bears the spike which is driven through the engine and the wing spars to forever destroy the resource. The two round holes are the insurance that the wing will never again support flight. The orange square rod you see is the spike through the engine turbine. This is not accidental. It is a purely malicious act by an arrogant government which is destroying a heritage written in blood by some of the bravest warriors this nation has ever produced. I first encountered Mark Steyn during one of his regular guest host gigs on the Rush Limbaugh show. When I caught the British accent of Steyn and the biting humor of this self-identified "undocumented talk-show host" I was hooked. Then I began to stumble across Steyn's editorials. Pithy, to say the least!Here's an overview of the nation's problem:Unengaged, Uninformed, Uncaring, UnqualifiedThat captures it all about as well as anything. He drops this indictment along the way:Stanley McChrystal is a liberal who voted for Obama and banned Fox News from his HQ TV.
Which may at least partly explain how he became the first U.S. It is almost beyond belief that an American fighting man would admit to being an Obama supporter. With several prospects playing strong games then it was a matter of if you blinked then you missed out.
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