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Kirk Aug
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I have not been here in awhile. How's it going everyone?
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I killed myself from boredom.

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Spaces, huh? 

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From A to Bee: My First Year as a Beginner Beekeeper by James Dearsley
"It was fascinating to learn that at the peak of the summer there could be 60,000 bees in a hive and yet a few months later these numbers will have reduced to around 5,000. By my own amazing mathematic ability it means that there are 900 more bees dying than being created every day for nearly two months."
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We went to the People's JOY Parade in Cherokee yesterday. In my opinion, this is the most enjoyable parade that St. Louis has to offer. It always coincides with the Cinco de Mayo celebration on Cherokee. It is community driven. It starts at the wonky time of 1:11 PM. Attendees can actually get close enough to see the parade and interact with it. It is a whole lot of fun.

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From Free-Range Kids, How to Raise Safe, Self-Reliant Children (Without Going Nuts with Worry) by Lenore Skenazy:

"The statistics cited by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children itself show that the number of children abducted and killed by strangers holds pretty steady over the years—about 1 in 1.5 million. Put another way, the chances of any one American child being kidnapped and killed by a stranger are almost infinitesimally small: .00007 percent. Put yet another, even better way, by British author Warwick Cairns, who wrote the book How to Live Dangerously: if you actually wanted your child to be kidnapped and held overnight by a stranger, how long would you have to keep her outside, unattended, for this to be statistically likely to happen? About seven hundred and fifty thousand years."

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