Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.
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Police in Santa Barbara County, California raided a massive illegal cannabis cultivation site last week, with deputies finding so many illicit plants the enforcement operation took four days to complete. The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office said on Saturday that 350,000 cannabis plants had been destroyed and 20 tons of processed cannabis had been seized…
Both Vandy whistlers are at Vanderbilt’s national championship series opener against Michigan Monday.
Check out our interview with Siobhan McSweeney of Derry Girls at the AACW booklet launch!
NOAA Teacher at Sea Karah Nazor Aboard NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker May 29 – June 7, 2019 Mission: Rockfish Recruitment & Ecosystem Assessment Geographic Area: Central California Coast Date: May 28-29, 2019 I departed Chattanooga, TN for San Francisco, CA on May 28th to participate as a NOAA Teacher at Sea on Leg 2 of […]
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Two Georgia teams finished in the top five overall in the four-day long Disney Duals Community 2 division, as Social Circle reached the championship final of the Gold bracket, and Brunswick-based Riptide finished fifth. Redskins, the third Georgia team in the tournament, dropped into the Copper bracket after not finding a win in pool play. […]
Community 2’s tournament is complete. Congrats to Somerset on winning the whole schmear, and to Wakulla for a gold-bracket finish despite a couple of its top guns wrestling All-Star for Spec Ops. All the scores from Sunday’s and today’s pools competition. All the Florida boxscores. All here. Sunday-Monday, June 23-24 Community 2 Gold Bracket Championship: […]
I’ve heard Las Vegas described as Disneyland for adults. My favourite description though was from the film ‘The Distance Between Us’ where the main protagonist says “it’s like a big…toy”. I don’t think either is a particularly flattering description but that should not deter you from going. This is very much one for the bucket […]
Interview with David Davenport Monday, June 24, 2019 Recorded on May 15, 2019. David Davenport, Hoover fellow and coauthor of How Public Policy Became War, analyzes how presidents have too readily declared war (on terror, drugs, poverty, you name it) and called the nation into crisis, partly to tackle the problem and partly to increase their own power. […]
Robby Ashford, a four-star quarterback and MLB Draft-level baseball player at Hoover (Ala.) High School, committed to play both sports at Ole Miss on Monday.
How many times have you been urged to believe that President Herbert Hoover was a capitalist opposed to communo-fascist collectivism? Hoover himself, defeated in 1932 and unhorsed in 1933, characterized FDR policies as fascist regimentation. He should know: The motto of Hitler’s party was “The Common Good Before the Individual Good.” See how all of […]
The Burton D. Morgan Foundation announced Monday, June 24, that it is doling out nearly $1 million in its latest round of funding to support entrepreneurship programs and education, with a focus on youth-serving organizations. “In Northeast Ohio, Morgan Foundation serves as a diehard ecosystem builder enhancing the network of imaginative partners engaged in entrepreneurship […]