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... of efficiency. The very same can be said in the northern regions of the globe wherein it's normally thirty degrees below zero for several months in a year. People need to accept that they are humans - frail and not at all prepared to live in extreme temperatures. When one is making way of living selections regarding exactly what's the best value for his money, a lot of people just concern the up-front price and do not ...
... traveled to the funeral of Boss Tom Pendergast, who was by then a disgraced ex-con. Truman navigated being an honest senator from Missouri at a time when a political machine controlled the politics of the state. He always maintained a civil relationship while being true to his beliefs. Can you even imagine a Vice-President even contemplating such a thing in today's hyper-sensitive world? These days, politicians gather donations from ...
Hoover died in 1964, and I remember his funeral...watching it on TV. He was buried on a hill overlooking the town where he was born, West Branch, Iowa.
I got to West Branch about 1:00 pm, heading first for the National Park Service Visitor's Center. As I entered, the National Park Service Ranger looked over at me like I was interrupting his steak dinner. And he said, "What du ya need?" Taken back a bit, I asked, "Can you ...