Holiday Inn Express Austin North Central
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... have been more than 40 children newly diagnosed with thyroid cancer and other cancers in Fukushima prefecture 18 of which were diagnosed with thyroid cancer, but these cancers are not attributed to radiation from Fukushima, as similar patterns occurred before the accident in 2006 in Japan, with 1 in 100,000 children per year developing thyroid cancer in that year, that is, this is not higher than the pre-accident rate.
While controversial scientist Christopher ...
... Gallicane (1879-1893) and the Anglican Reform Mission, that "some made a living by attacking the Roman Church and the Society of Jesus in particular," he included Chiniquy among a number of excommunicated Roman Catholic priests, such as former Barnabite friar Alessandro Gavazzi, who "became anti-Catholic 'no popery' propagandists" and "received ready support from Protestants."(pp73-74) "Even some Protestants became indignant," according to Roby, eventually at ...
... re chained to the wheel. Music thrives here, permeates everything that moves, as too does democratic politics and a healthy gay community. Now that is weird! The city is a lefty oasis in one of the reddest states in the union.
Deanne and I hired a couple of push bikes and cycled to legendary 6th street. In an Irish tinged pub (named Paddies or Murphies or something to do with shamrocks) we found Joe G tickling the ivories solo. I requested something by Elton ...
... I don't do it on my own in my room before breakfast, I don't drink every day, I don't judge people who don't drink or think less of them, etc. etc."
"So...like...what do you do for fun?"
I told them I wasn't going to lecture them in a non-Reaganite fair-minded liberal sort of way and politely told them where they could go to **** off away from me. Although I did in my head at least.
If that wasn't enough, a guy who was ...
Nov. 16th stopped at the LBJ ranch on the way to Austin. We took the driving tour around the ranch and then the guided house tour. It was interesting to see. Evidently he spent 25% of his presendency at this ranch, hence it was called the Texas White House.
Austin, was pedal to the metal-everywhere! Everyplace we went it was busy. The highways had traffic jams, malls ...