Hal Neumann
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Here’s to Elon Musk.
A long read, but it raises points that should be considered. “To win again, the Democrats don’t need to adopt an alien agenda or back away from policies aimed at racial justice. But their leaders woul + 526 more characters
Montana Historical Society: Digital Vault. “Appropriate, Curious, & Rare: Montana History Object by Object” *Choose items to view from the column at the right. “Objects from the past comprise the hear + 471 more characters
“Being a Philadelphia sports fan is to forever expect a kick in the teeth. A lifetime of rooting for teams that always let you down has taught many Philly natives how to lose. Like in life. This is no + 389 more characters
Bonus points if he says covfefe? Uniom?
Now please, don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying we should actually dine on our corrupt and inefficient politicians. There’s no way that a diet high in political toxins can be good for the consumer. But + 192 more characters
“With apologies to the Dos Equis pitchman, Gouverneur Morris may not have been the most interesting man in the world, but he was the most interesting Founding Father that you probably never have heard + 357 more characters
Crusaders one month ago
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The “Ice Crusades” thing didn’t work out so well for the Livonian branch of the Teutonic Knights in 1242. The Battle of the Ice - April 5th, 1242 url Alexander Nevsky - "The Battle of the Ice"
"Looking back on 2017 is like waking up after a party where you made some poor decisions, such as drinking tequila squeezed from the underpants of a person you do not really know. (At least you hope i + 45 more characters
: -) Yeah, I figured that might turn into an "active" thread. It looks like it could be a good one for those who are into those kinds of threads. Me? I'm thinking a mug of black and a glass of rum wil + 58 more characters
Here’s hoping 2018 will be good to us all. Happy New Year Folks. “The Story of Robert Burns and Auld Lang Syne” --Lily Rowan HISTORY DAILY In 1788 Robert Burns sent the poem ‘Auld Lang Syne’ to the Sc + 778 more characters
Christmas, Hanukkah, the Solstice, whatever it is that you celebrate, here’s hoping we all enjoy the best of the Holiday Season.
At the age of 15, he earned $15 (though some articles claim that it was only $5) performing as a trick roper at the Miles City Fourth of July rodeo. Riding on his horse Rex, Owen came into a Miles Cit + 414 more characters
Thanks for the update Karen. Soon to be 11 - wow!
Karen, thanks for the Holiday greetings. I hope it's a good time for you folks too. How old is Jobie? It seems like he's been posting here since day one.
An item on Ancestral Pueblo Peoples. "Conventional wisdom holds that prehistoric villagers planted corn, and lots of it, to survive the dry and hostile conditions of the American Southwest. But Univer + 231 more characters
Tree Rings 2 months ago
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“In the fall of 1282, a young carpenter went to his favorite stand of juniper trees in southwestern Colorado. That stand contained a large number of tall trees that could be fashioned into constructio + 612 more characters
Hope Thanksgiving is going well for everyone.
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