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The mindless nature of the modern college student is something which never ceases to amaze me.We've just witnessed an Arab Spring and a Euro-Zone economic meltdown. In the former we saw nations of oppressed, poverty-stricken people take to the streets to oust brutal and oppressive dictators. In the latter we learned that when nations with significant disparity in their economic situations surrender a critical aspect of their sovereignty, i. e. the ability to control their own currency, severe consequences will ensue. Both of those events offer opportunity for serious education. We've got the North Pacific Fishery Management Council meeting all week here in Anchorage, and the agenda is packed. Halibut bycatch is on the agenda, too. Red granite torso. I've spent more time on this novella than I probably should have both because of my inherent laziness and my tendency to over-research everything. A lot of the details in this book are as historically accurate as was possible and, if you are familiar with the period, you will have no difficulty recognising some of the situations, names and even occasional words and phrases. There are also literary references thrown around that I am not going to spoil for you. This is the first book I've published and I hope you enjoy it. I've tried to write a definitive lady-to-maid story I personally could enjoy reading and it's only you, dear readers, that can judge if I've succeeded. Oh dear tourists, you have it all backward! Instead, spend your time getting up close and personal with the famed Hollywood sign, and then all you need is an hour of "check-it-off-my-tourism-list" time on Hollywood Boulevard. But that's a whole 'nother post. Its roots date back to the golden age of Hollywood and it has been in dozens of movies and television shows since. If you care at all about seeing the sign, hiking to it is the best way by far! The trail starts at Sunset Ranch and takes you all the way above the sign with a a few great photo-ops on your way up. From the top, you can look down at the massive "billboard" and, as an added bonus, you'll be rewarded with amazing views of Los Angeles. The only consensus on budget cuts is that someone else ought to take the hit. Wait, Wait: We won't know until Tuesday if the EU/ECB/IMF raid on Cypriot bank accounts prevails, or if the tiny nation defies the Germans and chooses to go belly up. Well, not quite – it's going to go belly up anyway, but the whole thing will lead to a new definition of group punishment and the quaint idea of property rights. Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid: The US says it has to spend a few hundred billion dollars to defend the country against the threat from North Korea. When you're running out of wars, any war will do. Let's hear it for defense spending, defense spending! Degrees: Obama wants to both expand the scope of the Authorization for Use of Military Force and make parts of the global war on terror “permanent procedures” to continue the US global campaign against real and imagined threats. .