The arrival of autumn has put me in a mood of mellow introspection. Objectively, human endeavor has delivered many astonishing achievements — the elucidation of the structure of DNA, putting a man on the moon, Sofia Vergara — but most of these things seem like almost inevitable byproducts of history. I feel the same way about personal achievement.
Martin Hayes has worked in the courier industry for 30 years. Martin Hayes has sent in a poem dedicated to Fred Vossand the compliment has been returned. Hayes speaks for those whose lives are supposed to be not worth speaking about.
Well, he does have a point. It actually seems like he has no point at all. We elect politicians and they decide when we go to war.
Jim Hayes uses his powerful voice and foot-tapping rhythms to bring his audience along with him as he sings of the longing for connection in a fragmented society. Burnside, The Black Keys. There seems to be a mission in their music: kill conformity in the name of love and sanity.
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Or somewhere in the middle. But damn you for making him say it aloud. And the prospect of speaking about it still perturbs him, thanks in part to an Advocate article that made him hate the gay media.
It is the second strongly-worded speech Hayes has given in as many days. Hayes questioned whether people fully understood the full effects of the cuts required under the terms of the bailout deal. Of course the uncertainty over the Euro is making our situation difficult to chart a way back.
If the schedule had played out the way it was meant to, Leslie would have had a week to bask in the glow of that one final victory. As it plays out tonight, she gets recalled less than 10 minutes after she completes her filibuster. The first episode is all about the characters identifying their potential, while the second episode is concerned with the limits of that potential.
John Bessler is a University of Baltimore law professor, author, ardent death penalty opponent, writing coach, dad, and informal advisor — and husband — of Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar. On Thursday night, local entrepreneurs with five different companies will face off in the Carroll Biz Challenge with thousands of dollars on the line. Battleground Lounge, which opened in May, is one of those five finalists.
More like, more like The Worst Purge!. Has a giant wart on his noseGot his wrinkles done THis series has been showing up in my feeds for a year now and I still have no clue what it is Collin is holding the knife wrong when he cuts the cabbage! You really dont even know how to read ppls mind cuz all my picks you coshen are all wrong.