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Each class was visited by a guest reader during the day, who shared a Dr. Seuss tale. And every room also got its own Seuss themed address, whether it was Mulberry Street, Cat in the Hat Circle or Thing One and Thing Two Way, just to name a few. Was there ever a more grateful group of people? One of the women in church today is Deliah Conor. She stayed in the Phillipines when her husband Cepriano arrived in Kuwait. He had signed a work contract to be a supervisor, but when he arrived, he discovered that he had been tricked and would be a laborer instead.

Appliances are energy efficient and can even be operated remotely: Think ice at the touch of a phone app when pulling into the garage or preheating the oven when out running errands. Motion activated lighting and faucets are big hits. Built in coffee stations, wet bars and wine refrigerators are becoming the norm.

The British government also bestowed on Mumtaz Ali the title of ‘Shams ul Ulema’ in 1934 for his modern and progressive ideas and work. He passed away in 1935. Mumtaz Ali was a close confidant of Sir Syed. It seems that it takes a lot to make us shift our perspective. Yesterday I blogged about how I am not going to buy certain things once they run out. Right now my list includes aluminum foil, paper towels, napkins, plastic wrap, plastic bags.

Buckeye seeds (sometimes erroneously called give it its name and are also the locus of much of the folklore associated with it generally used as a good luck charm in games and gambling, and to stave off more everyday, persistent aches and pains. Again, not indicative of quick outbursts of power, but more of a steady, earthy, beneficent power, gained by long use and familiarity. The more I read about this wood the more it seems associated with very local tradition, often down to the family level, and used as a link between generations from good luck charms to conker traditions to ash soap.

Meanwhile, here something else Moyers said this morning on Democracy Now! (not that you haven heard this before either): just face it, democracy has become a racket when it comes to politics and the media. This is contempt contempt for democracy and freedom. We cannot rightly claim to have a democracy as long as money is sovereign.

Island Britain; a Quaternary Perspective. Geological Society of London, Special Publication No. 96. It’s also up to the distribution companies and conventions to keep a check on the content sold at their stores and events. If they personally feel that some things are inappropriate, they should address these issues to the artists directly. Perhaps that would be one way to keep the government out of the industry.One reason you can’t regulate it is because you cannot define what would constitute provocative content on such a grand scale.

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