Schill: [I spoke with Theo on the] last day of the homestand and we were talking about some of the young kids that have been up and down this year as well as [Mark] Buehrle’s situation. I spoke to Mr. Henry last week. 2.) Clay does not catch fire, but wiring in clay can most certainly get fried. Also, you have to ensure that the clay used is not conductive in any way. Be a real shame if you short out those wires you just baked into your coffee mug! Either way, ceramic is not a fantastic way to encase electronics, and would do absolutely nothing to prevent optical hard drive damage due to the sound caused by inert gas discharge fire suppression systems.

The priest was invoking it to remind the congregation of all the different ways their traditions needed to live on: a symbol of faith in the face of religious and cultural assimilation. Catholicism places a lot of symbolism in food: loaves and fishes. The body and blood of Christ.

You know, there’s one other group that, you know, was very terribly harmed, which is all the people who would’ve immigrated to America but for the 1924 immigration law that was enacted for eugenic reasons. And this intentionally shut off immigration of Jews, Italians and Asians, who were thought to be genetically less gifted, and prevented a lot of Jews from fleeing Nazi Germany. And as we know, some letters came to light some years ago in which Otto Frank wrote to the State Department trying to get visas for his family, including his daughter, Anne Frank.

Eleanor’s smile is what makes me watch the commercial. Something about it just intrigues me. All of my GFs are the best of the best and all of them would say, “Buy some new glasses.” Not any chance they would go on a sunglasses hunt. She was on The Office last week Season 8, Episode 10 “Christmas Wishes”. As Andy Bernard’s new girlfriend.

Now it is midnight and foggy, and Giovanni is walking me home to my apartment through these back streets of Rome, which meander organically around the ancient buildings like bayou streams snaking around shadowy clumps of cypress groves. Now we are at my door. We face each other.

I loved this game. I poured many thousands of hours into this game across various accounts, competed in the open tournament with friends I had recruited to the game (and was in the top 14 teams, which to you might be a small accomplishment but to us was a landmark), streamed the game, and tried to be an overall unofficial ambassador for Paragon. Though I distanced myself from this game a few months ago (because the writing was on the wall at that point), I continued to hope that maybe this game would turn the corner, but it never did.