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... my past blogs, you know my thoughts on that subject. Where are the monuments to peace? The Pantheon even has its own perpetual flame and armed, military honor guard. We were there at what someone referred to as the changing of the guard which is supposed to occur every two hours. However, it appeared to us that it was more a rest break than an actual changing. A more senior, I presume, guard walked out (not marched), entered the velvet ropes where the guard ...
... s how the 2 mothers knew to ask. I had no idea when groups came/who I had to ask to bring patients. I told them groups come in for specific reasons and if I got an e-mail about a group coming in for hernia operations I would investigate. It was forgotten about, until this past October. A group from Creighton University was coming to ILAC (in Santiago) 4 days specifically to do hernia surgeries.
I asked if I could bring 2 patients ...
... an office, the car had a flat tire and apparently a broken door knob. Well for 30 bucks a day that’s what you get. We waited a while for the owner to get the car in working order, changed the door handle etc..Needless to say there was no insurance paperwork and everything was rather unofficial.
After about an hour we were on our way. We were headed to river that was popular with the locals. Only about 15 minutes out of town we arrived at a really ...
... us if we knew how to swim. She said that its a good thing to know how to swim. I was really confused by this question and I though she was making small talk. Turns out, it was her lead in to the next part of the exhibit. The next part of the exhibit was an underwater scene at the bottom of a mangrove. Above us were fishing lines stretched across the ceiling to create an effect that the fishing line was actually water. To the sides in cabinets were models of fish, sting rays and ...
... had been leery of the idea, fearing the damage Nicon might cause in the jittery atmosphere of the Cold War, by calling him naive about foreign affairs.
Possibly it was a remark of Nixon's that drew Kennedy's mind back to the idea. In the debate the night before, the vp had reminded the national audience that 3 Democratic presidents-Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, and Harry Truman-had taken the U.S. to war. Kennedy may ...