“Tenants who are facing eviction,” organizer Joel Kilgour explained, “are also facing the very real possibility of homelessness, because there is nowhere else for them to go.”
“What school are you talking about?”
“I’d like to raise a point of order. I have the floor. The Chair is interrupting me.”
“No, I think--”
“I’m raising a point of order! I happen to have the floor!”
If you really want to find out what Republicans think about Obama, just Google “The Pretty Damn Exhaustive Obama Nickname List.” I’ve been collecting comments on Obama for the years he has been in office.
North Shore Notes
Accompanied by a disappointed look, a reprimand was recently given me for not more often writing about “nicer” things. Accustomed to such remarks, I call them the “hanging wish.”
Party of one
Washington wrote a section on the need for public credit and to use it sparingly by “cultivating peace”. If war is necessary, the burden should not be put on future generations.
From the Side
An uprising for a sustainable planet and an educated populace that doesn’t fear the boogeyman and doesn’t form its opinions in the vacuum of intransigent thought will begin soon.
“The meek shall inherit the earth, but I inherited all the strangely frocked preacha men of Southern persuasion.” Stanley cackled “You haven’t even known me ten minutes and you somehow bust my fashion statement.
Whenever a corporation issues a statement declaring that it is committed to “treating consumers fairly and with respect,” chances are it’s not.
With winter dragging on, I felt like giving spring a kickstart with the traditional harbinger of spring – bock.
Of course, I know that there is nothing to worry about. Wolf packs surround Cable and inhabit all of the wilds I play in. Tens of thousands of humans recreate in these woods each year, and most don’t even see a wolf
The Twin Ports definitely has its fair share of talented musicians and performers. This weekend will really show the diversity of this area’s music scene with the release of two albums that couldn’t really be more different from each other.
January, February and March are the worst months of the year. Everything is colder, darker. Our entire life seems more claustrophobic, as if every drop in temperature moves the walls of our home
The Masked Fan
Since September and October we knew the day was drawing near. A year ago his doctors informed us it was time to halt his treatment regimen, that it was no longer having any effect.
The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat played out on the ice at AMSOIL Arena last week, where enough drama filled the place to satisfy even the most zealous hockey fan. You could pick your favorite, and make the case for high school hockey
Duty to Warn
Gary G. Kohls, MD
“Journals have devolved into information laundering operations for the pharmaceutical industry”, wrote Richard Horton, editor of the Lancet, in March 2004. In the same year, Marcia Angell, former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine