Schill: Would love to deny all of that first line but I can’t. There is no question I showed up to camp heavier than I wanted to or should have. There is and was no excuse but ‘not working out and getting heavy’ is a lie. 😉 2 points submitted 4 months agoMy wife opened an AA Plat from the regular link, waited about a month, and then opened another via no 24 mailer. We put off hitting the min spend on the first card so that we could knock both out on a single Simon run, and I just realized that this may have been a bad idea the second card statement posts the day before that of the first card, meaning that the second card bonus (with no 24 month language) will post before the first card bonus (which did have 24 month language). Any ideas if this will prevent her from earning the first card bonus? I sent an SM to try to change statement dates, but I doubt it will go through soon enough to affect this coming statement.

Just as the news cycle has shrunk, so has the bottom line.And too often, we fill that void with instant commentary and celebrity gossip and the softer stories that Walter disdained, rather than the hard news and investigative journalism he championed. “What happened today?” is replaced with “Who won today?” The public debate cheapens. The public trust falters.

The lionizing of Che, a sociopath who relished killing and acclaimed “the pedagogy of the firing squad,” is not just “inappropriate.” It is vile. No American in his right mind would be caught dead wearing a David Duke T shirt or displaying a poster of Pol Pot. A celebrity who was spotted with a swastika festooned cap or an actress who revealed that she had gotten a tattoo depicting Timothy McVeigh would inspire only repugnance.

No other Sloppy Joe recipe I found compares. Is no slouch, either. [I should probably also admit that I enough of a ketchup obsessive that I made my own a few times. Ursula Kroeber was born in Berkeley, Calif., on Oct.21, 1929. “One made up stories oneself, of course; but here was a grown up doing it, for grown ups, without a single apology to common sense, without an explanation, just dropping us straight into the Inner Lands. I had discovered my native country.”.

At heart in the issue aretwo questions. Does giving food or money to the homeless abet, if not perpetuate, homelessness? And does restricting and criminalizing such an actconstitute an infringement upon someone’s rights?”We’re all human,” said Megan Hustings of the National Coalition for the Homeless. “Giving someone a sandwich at a park is not going to keep them in homelessness; it’s not encouraging anyone to remain homeless.