Hal Neumann
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Way cool. Thanks for sharing David.
Another 20-years? 30? 40? Biden made the right call.
Susie Yelloweyes Carlson (Aenohovohosoe) March 11, 1942 - December 11, 2006 url
All my life, the GOP has presented itself as “the” party of Unity. Is this a sign of fragmentation? Probably not. But to paraphrase from Francois Mauriac, I have to say, “I love the GOP so much I want + 19 more characters
We did have some great conversation – and arguments & pissing matches. And that was because we talked and listened to one another. Because we had low tolerance for thoughtless sound bites. And there w + 59 more characters
Heck Gunnar, back then most everyone who posted here was infamous. Bunch of infamous Righties and Lefties if you ask me.
Yup. That's him.
I never met Eric personally, but he was a prominent MCdotComer for time. He was Right, but I’d have not imagined this. Anyone remember Kyle who hung out here around the same time?
A man is driving down the road and his car breaks down near a monastery. He goes to the monastery, knocks on the door, and says, "My car broke down. Do you think I could stay the night?" The monks gra + 2532 more characters
Sure that's not Florida?
The recent dust storms we’ve had here in Terry blew in so much dust and dirt that there are foot deep dust drifts at the cemetery. Some of the flat headstones are completely buried. The County Cemeter + 564 more characters
Maybe true Gunnar, but on a per capita basis, Montana holds it own. Arkansas, Alaska, & Alabama are no slouches either when you consider the "here, hold my beer" sub-category.
Works for Montana too (works for any state for that matter). url
We lived on the Naknek River a couple hours by air south of Proenneke’s cabin in the Lake Clark region. Every couple of winters we’d get some 40 below weather and have heavy snow cover– most winters t + 121 more characters
Don, have you checked nurseries in Alaska? I don’t know the sub-species, but we used to harvest blueberries that grew close to the ground like huckleberries. This was in areas of mixed taiga / tundra + 137 more characters
RIP Annabel Battistella, aka: Fanne Foxe, aka: the Argentine Firecracker In October of 1974, Foxe — called the “Argentine Firecracker” by her promoters — was rescued from the icy waters of the Tidal B + 241 more characters
I got the first shot on February 6. I felt a little under the weather the next day and my arm was sore for a couple days, but there really wasn’t much to it. About like getting a flu shot. Speaking of + 331 more characters
Tina Turner should have been inducted decades ago. Hope she makes the cut this year.
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