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... lulled their subjects under the yoke, that the stupefied peoples, fascinated by the pastimes and vain pleasures flashed before their eyes, learned subservience as naively, but not so creditably, as little children learn to read by looking at bright picture books. Roman tyrants invented a further refinement. They often provided the city wards with feasts to cajole the rabble, always more readily tempted by the pleasure of eating than by anything else. The ...
... the East Course, all pins are topped with wicker baskets instead of the usual flags. As one story goes, when Hugh Wilson was in England studying their golf courses, he happened upon local sheep herders and their flocks. These shepherds held staffs that they used for herding, and the staffs all had wicker baskets at the top. In those baskets, they kept their lunch for the day so that no animals could get into it. Wilson decided to use the idea at Merion. ...
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Yesterday was a REALLY busy day. We have been going strong for a while. Today it's time to do some cleaning. Laundry, sweep and scrub floors, color my hair, etc. I also get to do lots of blogging since we haven't had wifi for a while once again. No photos, just ...
... leader, was left as the team’s coordinator, so to speak. It was kind of a stressful afternoon.
Thursday’s project of the week was a small alleyway clean-out, more for publicity of a video being shot as it only took us MAYBE 45 minutes, then back to painting – this time the opposite side of the vacant lot we had painted last time with J. Also got to check out a sweet art project being done along the adjoining ...