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Yes, if ever there was an example of winning the war and losing the peace, the settlement to WWI is it. None of the signatories to the three treaties ending the war walked away satisfied. Pretty much + 514 more characters
The common poppy, Papaver rhoeas, is an annual plant in the Papaveraceae family. It produces seeds that can remain dormant in the soil for as long as 100 years. Since the seeds need light to grow, th + 645 more characters
In the version of American history familiar to most schoolchildren, the U.S. experience in World War I was a nearly unblemished triumph, a moment when an energetic and powerful young nation rescued Eu + 2243 more characters
If you haven’t voted yet – get it done.
We had 56 kids show up for treats last night. We ran out of goodies an hour & half into the rush. This was our first Halloween in the new place; so we weren’t sure how many kids to plan for. We’ll nee + 40 more characters
: -) David, I think I'll pass. Maybe after a couple years of retirement I'll change my mind, but for right now it doesn't seem like the thing to do. I'm hoping though that someone will buy it and keep + 10 more characters
I met Tester in 2005 or 06, briefly spoke with him and listened to him speak on a couple of occasions. I decided that he was who he appeared to be - someone who grew up east of Billings. A family farm + 784 more characters
The Zombies, Prine, maybe Nicks.
I’m more of a Tirptz fan myself. An admirable grey beard, the admiral was.
Yeast? You might go with Wyeast 4766. It does a pretty decent job, if you are willing to be patient and let it sit and condition a while before drinking. You could always do a twist on Gunnar’s cyser + 210 more characters
“The fact that some dogs were ritually buried while others were butchered suggests a complex set of beliefs regarding the place of dogs in society. Canines were not seen as a homogeneous group. Resear + 1620 more characters
“It’s not speech per se that allows democracies to function, but the ability to agree—eventually, at least some of the time—on what is true, what is important and what serves the public good. This doe + 1863 more characters
Ah come on Gunnar. The item merely attributes global climate change to human actions and offers a clue to the severity of the change. Not like its actually suggesting we try to do something to remedy + 51 more characters
“As the world warms because of human-induced climate change, most of us can expect to see more days when temperatures hit 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius) or higher. See how your hometown ha + 157 more characters
“Current theory has it that grain was first domesticated for food. But since the 1950s, many scholars have found circumstantial evidence that supports the idea that some early humans grew and stored g + 1157 more characters
The Farmers' Market is Saturday at the Park? What are the hours? Thanks.