Best Western Leisure Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... application declares: "6 points of identification - it keeps us all safe." Of course, I didn't bring enough. I also require a marriage license and a birth certificate. But first, I have to send an application to the Social Security administration to legally change my last name, even though my details are still in the system from the NJ license I got when I was 17.
All this to get a library card. It's a good thing I have 8 weeks on my ...
... another trifecta! Grant, Teddy Roosevelt, and one of the most interesting Presidents ever...Grover Cleveland. As I drove south it began to pour rain, but I was sure it wouldn't rain on my quest at the Princeton cemetery, so I ventured on. And sure enough, it stopped raining just as I got to Princeton. It took me 10 more minutes to get to the cemetery. I pulled into one of three (?) parking spaces for the cemetery, and I was just pounded ...
Here's another entry from a ballpark that I am all too familiar with. I've seen many games in Lakewood, but hadn't been back since. It was nice to recall all the great times I had there in the past.
Unfortunately, the weather didn't ...
... saying, during the "be respectful of supporters" video that they play over and over, "I WILL curse at you and I WILL fight with you" to Stu.
Luckily I was wearing what I call "Switzerland" colours - not one ounce of colour from either team. I was nice and safe.
It truly didn't help that Philadelphia got thrashed. We're talking one touchdown (that happened in the first half) to 6...I'm no NFL genius but...I ...
... policy, staff told me yes, because the med student was PRESSING CAHRGES against the patient. This really shocked me. I got a bit of mixed a response from staff. Most (especially ED staff) felt this was the only way to cut crime and abuse, by reporting every case of violence. I don't know what our policy would be in the UK, but pressing charges against a patient (who ultimately was a vulnerable adult) just seemed very strange to me...what do you think?