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... there was a mass exodus suddenly taking place. At first many of us were confused and then we saw the rain in the lights. The crew chief almost instantly called for the tarp. By the time the tarp was covering the infield, the rain had stopped. They did not resume play however, I assume due to the radar. It rained on and off and then the lightning came. The radar image they showed on the big screen had storms stacked in moving right at us. About the ...
... doesn't look like it. There was a chemical plant that manufactured Agent Orange for the War in Vietnam in the 60's and 70's that dumped dioxin and other pollutants into it.
In the heavily populated areas of the Northeast, the neighborhoods along the railroad tracks are where nobody wants to live, but some people have to live. It is getting dark now. The train is quite full. There are many holiday travelers ...
... hold, so to speak, in order to give something back to the world that would extend beyond ourselves. Some of us were going to another country for a year, some for half a year, some for a few weeks. I was going to Nepal for ten months to volunteer at an orphanage in Kathmandu, others were going to various places in Asia, Europe and Africa to do conservation work or help to build houses in poor or disaster-struck areas.
I spent a total of four days at the retreat, living with ...
... not for men."
It was tough to tell if marriage was good or not.
Newly-wedded Johnny came over the following evening. He used to insist he'd never get married.
Now, he said of his wedding:
"It was the best day of my life!"
- Modern Oddyseus
Much thanks to Mom & Dad in Michigan; Joanna, Art, Flora, & Aquiles; Jewell, Ben, & Bill; Adam & Jessie; and Zeke & Paul for places to ...
... will not be a very big change from the work that I've already been doing for the past half decade. I currently work as a Paraprofessional in the field of Special Education, and I have a boatload of experience working with emotional disorders and trauma, which will certainly work to my advantage dealing with children who may have lost their parents. I am VERY good at the work that I do, it is something I truly love. It beats the **** out of when I was working ...