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... I was visiting. There isnt a lot of hip hop in Maine but I found one rapper called Spose. He has a track of the same name but his use reference to not being taken seriously as a rapper because of being from Maine. Here's a link. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gHoXgw3soE 8&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DgHoXgw 3soE8 Anyway the statement came true when I tried to get ...
... so that is a good thing about going to New York, you get to rest going there and back. We arrived back at camp at about 10.30pm so it had been a long day. But we had a sleep in the next morning which was good. I was just glad I managed to get to see New York since I wasn’t stopping there, and it had been a beautiful day for the most part.
I also was asked to help with school of English. There were 14 campers and only 1 teacher as the other teacher moved across ...
... and the cab driver had to detour twice. Gee, someone or something really does not want me to return home!
My house key had been in the bag that was stolen, and I had earlier let my housemates know what had happened. One of them was working from home today, so I was able to get back into the house.
So this is the end of the South America adventure. The last part was dramatic, ...
... the Dutch... It's a mix between a subway sandwich and a Broodje Shoarma. Cut up beef, cheese, onions (that will give a great effect in the confinement of an airplane) and that all on a big piece of bread. The taste was good... But we still have 3 more hours of flying to do.
All in all we spent about 2 hours in Philly, and that was nice. Now we are at the airport waiting for our connecting flight to our son!!!! That is going to be in 4 hours or so... Looking forward to it!
... Hall and rung in ceremonies celebrating the ratification of the 19th amendment.
To this day, oppressed groups come to Philadelphia to give voice to their plight, at the Liberty Bell, proclaiming their call for liberty.
History of the Bell
On November 1, 1751, a letter was sent to Robert Charles, the Colonial Agent of the Province of Pennsylvania who was working in London. Signed by Isaac Norris, Thomas Leech, and Edward Warner, it represented ...
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