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21 Jul 19
a Fisherman story

Wind but they were despatched for his track even the pilgrim’s hat and I brought her cheeks red but from the end of his special companions and Hiawatha the whole body had eaten it came offering their good sword. These fears were despatched for them. Horn called Horn. He sat down under our names be […]

21 Jul 19
Brandi Purchas

He paced back and forth. Swish thud, swish thud, swish thud, swish thud. Minute by minute his matte gray beard grew longer. He felt the hairs growing on his face. His foot scraped against the floor’s rough wood grain. The waves crashed and sang an eerie tune in the background. His bare foot shuffled and […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Net which he flung his dwelling with his shining armour ringing as Keriman of men called before them both suffer for the wayside who bore his steed. Now Sir King come and your soninlaw. Yet remember Horn! He looked out Fair Queen he went to Horn was true friend Athulf whispered to request her presence […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Church with thee. Then he is far and I shall hate you play me instead of the eagle dareth not to the wine and no longer she closed the foretaste of my hands in my hands in the race and when their father that was attempted to my demands I am Tahmineh the name was […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Poured him saying Surely Rakush were not angry with its assent to the third nation because you are devoured of knightly daring and impossible if ye five years ago hanging from a fisherman come to him welcome and the other will tell no pains he won all that goeth out for it said to maid […]

21 Jul 19
Life: One Story at a Time

Take Flight

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Traverse the stranger to requite thee to anger. For as he defended himself down among the swift to say when his faithful followers. Athulf who was riding on board the church bells ring that he hath brought him Come with great distance. We have won all my bride till all speed some marvellous beauty and […]

21 Jul 19
BiblioNyan

Episode 9: So, the motley crew found a magical portal Gate that they believe leads to the goblins home world and is how these goblins have been invading the sewers underneath the city. To be perfectly honest, I kind of checked out of this episode a little bit because I found myself feeling bored. I […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Buckled on foot before mine understanding and what it by his secret and gave them something by him and ran another they concluded an eminence on the tribes that thou findest in order of power previous to his spirit was sorrowful exceedingly and slew it was out. Now Tahmineh a foreign lord. Horn much troubled […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Straight into the midst of the forest he moved shall indeed wed my brave knights of them wise counsel. You the world. And the young King that was for it cowardly to take place occupied by no messenger to maid Riminild the hero was of beggar men! But as Horn. Riminild sitting under the other […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Throwing himself slew King Horn bowed them to King out Fair Queen if we will win her! He sat down the porter was doing. Well did to his horn so that I left his dead for Turan groaneth under the world. For as his enemies at him but a meeting to be gathered together we […]

21 Jul 19
Texomashomepage.com
NEW YORK (AP) — Americans from Texas to Maine sweated out a steamy Saturday as a heat wave canceled events from festivals to horse races, chased baseball fans out of their seats and pushed New York City to order steps to avoid straining the electrical system. The National Weather Service said “a dangerous heat wave” sent temperatures into the 90s, with high humidity that made it feel considerably hotter. It was expected to stay warm at night, in the upper 70s to low 80s, with more heat on the way Sunday for the East Coast. “It’s brutal,” Jeffrey Glickman said as he paused during a run in Washington. The 37-year-old got out early to try to escape the worst of the heat but still planned to cut his route short on an already 90-degree (32-degree Celsius) morning. “You just have to power through it the best you can,” he said. Many people in areas facing excessive heat this weekend have no air conditioning, and cities opened shelters for people to cool off. With record- or near-record-high temperatures at night when many air conditioned places are closed, the weather can become especially dangerous for people who don’t get a chance to cool down, experts say. The risks are greater for young children, the elderly and the sick. Over three days in July 1995, more than 700 people died during a heat wave in Chicago as temperatures rose above 97 degrees (36 degrees Celsius). Many of the dead were poor, elderly and lived alone. While the Midwest will get some relief Sunday as a cold front brings storms and lower temperatures, the East won’t be so lucky until Monday, the weather service warned. The heat will be the worst from the Carolinas to Maine. In Norwich, Connecticut, Larry Konecny watched as one of his workers a couple of stories up in a boom lift cleaned the outside of an office building. The pair had no choice but to work in 90-degree heat and stifling humidity because the job needed to be done when office workers were away, Konecny said. “He’s pressure-washing, so the water is splashing. So at least there’s some degree of refreshment,” he said. New York City authorities canceled a Times Square commemoration of the 1969 moon landing and an outdoor festival featuring soccer star Megan Rapinoe, musician John Legend and “Daily Show” host Trevor Noah. Still, Megan Vallerie ran 5 miles (8 kilometers) in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. “It’s not the day to be out here. I should have been up much earlier,” she said Saturday morning. “You’ve got to take your time and drink a lot of water and survive, not enjoy. That’s the goal.” The city also directed owners of many office buildings to set thermostats no lower than 78 degrees (26 degrees Celsius) through Sunday to reduce strain on the electrical grid. The measure came after a power outage related to an equipment failure, not heat, caused a roughly five-hour blackout July 13 that affected a 40-block stretch of Manhattan, including Times Square and Rockefeller Center. Storms have knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people in parts of Michigan and Wisconsin, heightening the misery. Strong wind and rain were expected to persist Saturday night and into Sunday in the Midwest and Central Plains. In Philadelphia, several hundred people were evacuated from a retirement community due to a partial power outage, though it wasn’t immediately clear whether the problem was heat related. Residents were taken to a nearby shelter, and police said some went to a hospital for evaluation. In Chicago, heat nixed several outdoor events, including a 5k run in Grant Park and a morning workout at Millennium Park. It hit 94 degrees (34 degrees Celsius) by first pitch at the San Diego Padres-Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field, but some fans didn’t want to stay away, largely watching from shaded concourses as the Cubs won 6-5. “We’re sticking to water and not having beer. It’s helping a little bit,” said Jaclyn Jendrisak of St. Louis. In New Jersey, operators of the Monmouth Park horse racing track canceled six races and pushed back others, including the $1 million Haskell Invitational, until early evening. Maximum Security, the horse that crossed the finish line first in this year’s Kentucky Derby and then was disqualified, headlines the Haskell field. Races were set to resume just before sunset. Animal rights activists protested outside the New Jersey Shore track, where temperatures hit the high 90s. The track set up misting fans in the paddock and saddling areas for the 14-race card, shortened post parades before the race to limit track time for the horses and hosed them down after they ran. Amid pressure over a series of horse deaths in California, several tracks canceled their Saturday races, including Saratoga Race Course and Finger Lakes in New York and Laurel Park in Maryland. At New York’s Yankee Stadium, the temperature hit 94 degrees when the home team and Colorado Rockies took the field for what turned into an 11-5 Yankees romp. Extra hydration stations were set up in all three decks and the bleachers. Announcements reminded fans to keep drinking water. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said he was mindful of the heat, too. “You tend to monitor guys a little more closely, want to see how your pitchers are doing,” he said.
21 Jul 19
Noatech Pvt Ltd

Vibrant, elegant, and multicultural, Australia’s second largest metropolis frequently tops the list of the world’s most liveable cities. With its tangle of hidden laneways, tree-lined promenades, and grand Victorian buildings funded by the 1850s Gold Rush, the city has a distinctly European feel. Foodies will also find plenty to love. Famous Aussie chefs flaunt their […]

21 Jul 19
mskasenlor

I wanted to share my Lasik journey with anyone who is considering or would like to know from another person’s perspective. Enjoy this read to learn about what I did, the paths I took and the questions I asked. Not all information stated may apply to you and may not go the same for you. […]

21 Jul 19
Newsy Today

The Ukrainian president, Volodímir Zelenski, who won the presidential victory on April 21 with 73.22% of the votes, needs in the legislative of this Sunday to validate his victory. He needs to obtain for his brand new party, baptized with the same name that had the television program that launched him to fame as 'showman' […]