Days Inn Philadelphia - Roosevelt Boulevard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Philadelphia, more than just cheesy?
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love. Getting here was different. Greyhound have an endless capacity to surprise. This time it was a coach with the AC permanently stuck on full. We did get here to find everywhere in the USA the transportation system functions differently. Here you buy a token @$2.25 …
... moral code that he would have bind society against the problems created by exactly that pursuit, modern man (and woman) has apparently performed his own act of transubstantiation. He has taken longstanding morality about sex, and substituted it onto food. The all-you-can-eat buffet is now stigmatized; the sexual smorgasbord is not.
In the end, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that the rules being drawn around food receive some force from the fact ...
... authority" figures, people become existentially lost if that control vanishes. In short, people trained to obey "authority" do not know how to be independent, sovereign, responsible human beings, because all their lives they have been intentionally and specifically trained not to follow their own consciences and not to use their own judgment. So the indoctrinated, when they escape one institutionalized control setting ...
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 ...
... home and looked at him, and us, like we were crazy. Finally, Ancestry.com loaded, we found the date, and headed back to Holy Cross. How's that or luck?!
Previously, I had dealt with one of the office workers at the cemetery, not particularly friendly, but then again I didn't have the necessary information. More luck when we got back. His supervisor (it was obvious) happened to be the individual who now stepped forward to help ...