I’m hoping that most folks will give the matter serious thought, set aside partisanship & propaganda, and vote for the person they believe will best serve the interests of the Republic. I don’t know i + 351 more characters
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Karen, I’m so sorry to hear this. I always enjoyed Jobie’s posts, they were often a welcome change of pace. You take care.
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Yeah . . . Greenland. Whatever we do right now, let’s don’t talk about the economy. Greenland! Yeah let’s tweet about that. : -) : -)
Why does the new Italian navy have glass bottom ships? So they can keep an eye on the old Italian navy. The joke probably works better if you are familiar with the Battle of Taranto, November 12, 194 + 2 more characters
”Tracking down the three Montana sisters captured by Evelyn Cameron’s camera and admired by Teddy Roosevelt” May, Myrtle and Mabel Buckley were the daughters of Franklin and Susanna. They gave birth t + 564 more characters
“At one table, surrounded by rows of flintlock rifles and Winchesters, a Colt single-action Army revolver sat in a display case for visitors to the 64th annual Original Missoula Gun Show. A sign in fr + 505 more characters
Bob, it was a 57 Chevy (as I recall, it was riddled with bullet holes). [Edited by Hal Neumann (7/29/2019 2:50:51 PM)]
Aside from the music, there wasn't a great deal of difference between the Gaslite and the Disco. But disco?? Come on! ; -)
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Good to hear you folks rode it out in good shape. Quakes are always a rush. Shakes up your world, so to speak.
4.6. David, did it wake you up? Any damage to your house? url
MILES CITY, Mont., May 2 (1971) -- Casey Barthelmess, 80 years old, once a bronc buster and a cowpoke, shifted on his crutches outside the depot. He tried to sound uninterested in what had happened. “ + 454 more characters
Thanks Larry. Do you need a pdf copy of: J Fred Toman, ECHOING FOOTSTEPS: POWDER RIVER COUNTY, 1967.
I agree with Gunnar. I wish it weren't so, but I don't see either of them pulling it off.
Look at the 1893 Sanborn Map for Miles City and you’ll notice a street that no longer exists. One block north of Washington, the 1893 map shows what was once Ohio Street. Where did it go? Who stole Oh + 606 more characters
They were lumpenproletariat compared to those Bolshies in the Matanuska Valley Colony up north.
Kinsey sits where the pavement stops and where the New Deal gave farmers a fresh start. A farming community of about 100 families, it fills the bottomland north of the Yellowstone River, the only dot + 534 more characters