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Did you bring your towel?
   A towel is just about the most massively useful thing an astronaut can have.
(Cockpit transcript of U.S. astronauts Gus Grissom [“C”] and John Young [“P”], March 23, 1965.)
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Great Blue Heron in upper Shoal Creek
   I see these pretty regularly, this one during my morning walk, today.
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Pluto in true color, a mosaic composite.
   Four images from New Horizons’ Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) were combined with color data from the Ralph instrument to create this sharper global view of Pluto. (The lower right edge of Pluto in this view currently lacks high-resolution color coverage.) The images, taken when the spacecraft was 280,000 miles (450,000 kilometers) away from Pluto, show features as small as 1.4 miles (2.2 kilometers). That’s twice the resolution of the single-image view captured on July 13 and revealed at the approximate time of New Horizons’ July 14 closest approach.
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To the Heroes of 1776
   Among the “Heroes of 1776” memorialized by this monument in Nashville is my 4th great grandfather (2nd great grandfather of my paternal grandmother, “Granny Bert”), John S. Fagan. One branch of my family has a tradition that he was born in County Meath, Ireland, in 1740.    He fought at The Battle of Kings Mountain, as did another of my 4th great grandfathers, George Parks.
   Inscription: “To the Heroes of 1776. Not dead— but living in deeds such lives inspire”
I saw this when walking around the older Court House recently. I didn't know anything about - I'd never seen it or heard anyone say anything about it. But then, When looking at a 100+ year old picture of the court house before this one, I saw this monument there back then. Does anyone know how old it is? Also, Is that George Washington, or anyone in particular? Here is the faded etched text: To the Heroes of 1776 Not dead!- But living in d...
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No parking available — the miniscule lot was full. The pizza I ordered for pickup was excellent, but 5-10 minutes colder because of time spent looking for parking. (I had to park in the lot next door.)
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*Avoid the salsa*    Normally a pretty good Alamo, but I ordered the “*Charred Tomato Salsa*.” Yuck! It tasted as if somebody spilled “Smoke in a Bottle.” Maybe somebody used the salsa bowl as an ashtray. Nasty.
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Despite their broken website and being well hidden behind CVS, there was a line six-deep at times during the lunch hour, and with good reason. The foundation of an excellent sandwich is the bread, and the baguette section around my salami and ham sandwich was superbly fresh with just the right amount of "chewiness". The garlic-toasted bread cubes on the Caesar salad were also excellent. I did have to bus my own table, not something they plan for, as there was no place to put their dishes. Plan on noshing on a sandwich or pastry here before a movie at the Alamo Cinema, next door.
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Quality: Very GoodAppeal: GoodService: Good
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*SLOWEST SERVICE* Even when there were only two in the drive-thru queue, the service was incredibly slow, and the slowest drive-thru service of any “fast” food restaurant in the United States. If there are already two customers in the drive-thru line, I recommend raising your own cattle, unless you have time to waste.
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Incredible bigots.
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