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Regardless of the colors of the dress, I think we can all agree that it makes her butt look big.
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I have one myself that I am very attached to.
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The Edison & Ford Winter Estates museum store has reproduction Edison bulbs going back to 1890 style.
http://www.edisonfordwinterestates.org/store/Edison-Reproduction-Light-Bulbs/
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After the death of his first wife, President Woodrow Wilson began courting (and eventually married) a wealthy widow named Edith Galt. The romance received a lot of critical attention from the press. On one occasion the Washington Post printed an article meant to say, “The President spent the evening ENTERTAINING Mrs. Galt.” Instead, it said “The President spent the evening ENTERING Mrs. Galt.” The Post attempted to recall the issue, but a few copies survived.
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Most discussions of the Electoral College, including this one, fail to mention its greatest danger.  The Electors are appointed by the state legislatures, NOT elected by popular vote. The United States Constitution, Article II, Section 1 states "Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors...."  It is customary for state legislatures to appoint electors committed to the winner of the plurality of the popular vote, but they are not required to do so.
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Fangboner Road, Fremont, OH; Licket Harder Road, Fremont, OH; Harry Baals Drive, Fort Wayne, IN.
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At our old house we had an orchard, and in it the monarch butterflies would gather for their migration to Mexico.  They would flutter around our trees for the afternoon, and the next morning they would be gone.  One year we had a violent storm while the butterflies were in our orchard.  I thought that that was the end of the butterflies; but, as I watched, the butterflies exerted their maximum effort and attained the shelter of their chosen tree.  The next morning I got up early to see them off.  A beautiful sight.
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You could write about my favorite batpeople, Bob and Ann Walton (any relation?) of Huntertown, IN.  They run a shelter for injured, displaced, and malnourished bats.  I have taken them three bats so far.  If a bat can be rehabilitated, they release it in an appropriate environment.  If it is too badly injured to be released, they give it a good home and use it for educational outreach.  Bats are intelligent and adjust well to people, but they do not make good pets.  They are nocturnal, sleep most of the time, and tend not to live long in captivity.  The Waltons let me pet one of their resident bats (DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME!).  They purr like cats.
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Good luck with the wisdom teeth, Sam.  I had one of my upper wisdom teeth pulled when I was 16 (1964).  My dentist was born about 1890 and was missing a finger due to radiation from early x-ray machines.  He was good, but didn't waste any time.  He gave me a novocaine injection and left the room.  Five minutes later, he returned with a corkscrew-like device.  He grabbed the tooth with it and yanked.  The tooth was out in about a second.  I felt no pain; just pressure.  Not much pain afterwards, but a little swelling.

I was about 35 when I had the other three out (the two lower ones never emerged from the gums).  By then, the roots had grown around the bone, so they had to be cut out.  It is definitely better to have them out when you are younger.  I opted for the general anesthetic, even though it is a little riskier.  I didn't want to be conscious during the procedure.  The dental surgeon was still working when I woke up about two hours later, but I felt no pain, as the local anesthetic was still effective.  The procedure took about three hours overall, but really wasn't bad.  I slept most of that day and took a few pain pills, but that was that.  The next day I felt fine, but I looked like a chipmunk.
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Sorry you got into trouble over your hobby.  I am an old old house explorer (66 this month), but I have never filmed any of my escapades.  Like you, I have always been respectful of other peoples' property and have never taken anything.  I can identify with frightened property owners though.  Last year I was in the process of buying an old mill.  The week I planned to close on the property, three delinquents broke in and burned it to the ground ( http://www.timesbulletin.com/Content/News/News/Article/Fire-destroys-old-Dull-Lumber-building/2/4/161569 ).
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Wonderful reading.  The background music fit the story perfectly.
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Profound.
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The only unambiguous reference to interracial marriage in the Bible is in Numbers 12, and it thoroughly demolishes Rev. Reagan's ideas.

Miriam challenged Moses leadership because he had married a black woman.  Because of Miriam's rebellion, God strikes her with leprosy: her skin becomes white "like snow."  Moses prays for Miriam, and God heals her.

So God cursed Miriam for opposing an interracial marriage.  Rev. Reagan should be more careful.
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The Spring House Inn is an older resort motel with some very good positives and a few negatives. The motel is situated in a quiet residential/natural setting near the Indiana Dunes and several quaint small towns. Convenient road and rail access to South Bend and Chicago is a plus for me. The rooms are quiet and comfortable. Room decor is somewhat dated. Some of the rugs are old and worn. The morning desk staff seems distracted. Between keeping the breakfast up and running and making phone calls, they have little time for serving the needs of their guests. Breakfast is bare bones, with few choices and no fresh fruit (no fruit at all on our last day). I plan to stay at the Spring House Inn again, as it gives good value; however I think they need to address some deficiencies to keep the customers coming.
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