Currently, it loses $75,000 per year in heating and cooling that escapes. The building is also poorly designed, with little natural light getting in and giant pillars obstructing people’s lines of sight
Blending a mix of clown and Nazi behavior is not easily done, but the school board has thrown itself into the endeavor for several years. The Red Plan’s wreckage—the Board’s enduring gift to us all
Sometimes the ranting pays off. Other times, it’s a crippling, dismal road that leads to a crash ending.
Party of one
I did have what I thought was a better title for this article, but, as too often happens, I didn’t write it down. Like the lost chord, it disappeared.
“Who’s there? I’m here,” may be the basic message in their wail. By speaking up, each loon reasserts that it is on its territory, and ready to defend against invaders.
From the Side
Man has gone and done it once again. Just when you think you can develop a modern, safe, environmentally pleasing copper-nickel/precious metals mine, the whole thing falls apart and sends a flood of toxic waste downstream.
North Shore Notes
It should have and could have worked, but unless I wanted far more cost and effort than the project was worth, the only rational choice was STOP NOW. WALK AWAY AND DO NOT RETURN.
But how did thousands of illegals from all over the world, but particularly Mexico and Latin America, find out about jobs in these six plants?
Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wanted to share his long-repressed feelings about a traumatic event. “It was,” Mitch confided, grim-faced, “the worst day of my political life.”
Another police killing of an unarmed man of color. Another grand jury deciding not to indict: Not for murder. Not for manslaughter. Not for assault. Not even for reckless endangerment. We live in a land of impunity. At least, for those in power.
My first impression of this week’s beer was that I had taken a big swig of a liquid, alcohol-infused Oreo cookie, and, I should add, that was a very pleasant experience indeed.
The Masked Fan
WINTER HAVEN… If there is one symbol to emerge from the abyss of Ferguson that has remained in the public consciousness, it has to be that of the Ferguson protesters and the “Hands up—don’t shoot” gesture.
This week will continue on with reviewing Twin Cities bands. If you’re just now reading this and missed the last few weeks, I really enjoyed the latest albums from The Great Depression and Bae Tigre.
So the question is, if the Pairwise uses objective logic and has UMD No. 2, what sort of logic are the voters in the USCHO ratings using to rate UMD No. 9?
Your kids don’t even like you. They won’t start liking you until you’re halfway dead. C’mon, you’ve got 15 years to kill before they become that emotionally secure.
Duty to Warn
Gary G. Kohls, MD
“…the ones who call the shots won’t be among the dead and lame;
And on each end of the rifle we’re the same” - John McCutcheon