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Y’know what I think? I think it’s because they’ve grown up feeling entitled to a lot of things, including, but not limited to, “internet fame” and, in a lot of cases, they’ve never had a “regular” full time job. And because of this, they say seriously, terribly, utterly ridiculous things. Such as.

Laramie is approximately 48 miles to the northeast and certainly offers lodging but even the tiny towns of Ryan Park and Centennial on each end of Medicine Bow National Forest have facilities as well. I spent the night in Ryan Park at the Rendezvous Lodge. I had no reservation, but they had a vacancy.

Pekar is best known for his comic book series Splendor. He also the subject of the movie documentary with the same title. Buhle was the founding editor of the 1960s SDS magazine Radical America. [ Last week I wrote a bit about Rockefeller Center and Christmas, and that got me thinking about Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, which sits just across the street on Fifth Avenue and 51st Street. And that got me thinking about Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral, down on Prince Street and Mulberry. And then I thought, I’d rather stay downtown this week anyway, and I remembered how a scene in Mean Streets takes place in the Old Saint Patrick’s cemetery between Charlie and Johnny Boy and how Roger Ebert described Robert Deniro’s portrayal of Johnny Boy as, “almost as a holy fool: a smiling jokester with no sense of time or money.” And I wondered, well who wouldn’t want to be considered at least a little bit like that? I mean, I can’t be the only one right? If you want to be holy, or if you want to be a fool, you need to try to work the other thing in there as well, to balance it out a bit, or else you’re probably just an idiot.

Elanor and I enjoyed the chance to work with scientists for a morning and to see how valuable the open land of a ROW can be in providing habitat for native species that need shrubby, grassy areas. But while there is the possibility of such management on the two to three million hectares of ROWS in the United States, I couldn’t help comparing what I saw on the SGL33 ROW with the small ROW that goes up and over our lower ridge and valley mountain. When we first moved here in 1971, it had been sprayed from the air, killing everything on it..

The story takes place in Denmark during World War II. The German army has invaded the streets of Denmark. Life has changed drastically for Annemarie Johansen, her sister Kirsti and their parents. Eugene George DunkelMt. Carmel, IllinoisEugene George Dunkel, 98, of Mt. Carmel, Illinois passed away Monday, December 1, 2014, at Woodmont Health Campus in Boonville, Indiana.

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