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... silence. No one would talk about, admit the existence of or ever turn in a member of the Mafia (The Demise of the Mafia). Rosie still remembers her father glancing around looking for “hidden cameras” or “bugs” as if the Mafia was always watching him. But even though Italian Americans influenced America in a negative way when it came to the Mafia, they influenced media in good ways as well. Many famous movie ...
... like some cartoon character running on the
spot. Wondering what all the noise was behind me, I turned, after I managed to
get my errant legs under control again, to observe my comrades splitting their
sides laughing at me.
Then there was the
time I was doing the DI (daily inspection) on the 2-22. Before taking to the
air every day, someone was responsible for using the checklist and walking
around the entire plane making sure bolts were in ...
... this really winding street with steep grades down obviously residential streets that were barely wide enough for one car! I did find that gas station, but the gas station right next door was about 20 cents cheaper, so I went to that one. Fortunately this one ended up being right by I-5, so I had no problem getting on the Interstate and heading south! It was a clear beautiful day, so I had some phenomenal views of Mt. Rainier! So incredibly ...
Napa Valley is truly a valley of lush black soil that has been washed down from the hills. There are miles and miles of vineyards in various stages of growth for as far as the eye can see. in fact, there are over 400 vineyards in Napa Valley alone. We visited 3 vineyards, but only tasted wine in 2 of the wineries. The first winery we went to was V. Sattui Winery which was started in San Franscico in 1885 by Vittorio Sattui. The winery ...
... do in Alberta-flow both ways! Rain says only I can
create perfectly symmetrical circles that swell forth until they become
indistinguishable. This tension creates a rhythm that fascinates me. The
interplay of the forces that have their fun with the receptive, responsive
surface of the water create an ever evolving spectacle.
Just as the mighty Fraser River flows into the Stave at the
estuary, so is my life hid in Christ. The waters and ...