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Refine Results Sort By. Active filters Category: Music. Mrs Clinton's lead grew as Americans soured on Mr Trump's bellicose response. This time Mr Trump has been more measured, offering only condolences on Twitter.
He did call the New York incident a "bombing" before official confirmation and said the US needed to "get tough", but that was hardly comparable to his jarring comments on Orlando. Meanwhile, Mrs Clinton cautioned against premature conclusions - perhaps hoping her opponent would again overreact.
With the race tight once again and the first TV debate just over a week away, both candidates are under intense pressure to display their leadership qualities. Saturday's "nightmare scenario" was another test - and it probably won't be the last. The prime minister is to ask for early elections amid the crisis over Tuesday's devastating blast.
But they became Roman in mind and that made the difference. Kings like long-haired Clovis learned to become Roman just enough to take over. And don;t get me started on how horribly they and the Italians have messed up our boiled meat and potato diet. And they forgot how they kept it against the Vikings by faith and force. Mr Kurtz…I swear you and Young know all of this fantastic history….. Obviously I took too many music courses….. Music is touching the gods. Probably for Kurtz and also for also for me it is near perpetual independent reading of things that seem interesting.
Academically I graduated, barely, with the lowest GPA in my class and flunked out of, and was banished from, a community college three semesters in a row. When I got a truly miserable job in the smelter I decided I had to go back and treat formal courses more seriously. Young — I got kicked out of 3 colleges and universities and had many crappy jobs before I got my act together. Young — however, when I came back I had a nasty demand for my professors.
If they assigned something for me to read, they had to read it, too. And I read it and asked in-depth questions about the reading. Paul and Young— I feel humbled.
I and some classmates were kicked out of college our freshman year for inciting to riot in downtown Rome Georgia. After spending the night in jail, we were arraigned and the President of the school made a deal that if I and the others who were arrested would leave the school they would ask that the charges be dropped.
The judge agreed with the further stipulation that we never return to Rome. We agreed. And no, it was not an anti-war riot. A bunch of us were downtown witnessed a wreck. We split up with half on one side of the street and the other half on the other side. I think that was worth getting kicked out of college for. So, we never carried student ID unless we were doing something legal. Just as a fun story.
When I was a senior in h. Because it was held in SF, and all the seats were taken, most students could not get in. So, they locked the doors to the building. What are you afraid of! Open the doors! So, two days later, on a beautiful spring day in Montana. One of those days when you can smell the grass starting to grow.
Now, why anyone wanted inside is beyond me. Paul C…….. I had an aunt who told me that I could not possibly be thought of as a respectable Southern wife of an attorney and NOT play bridge! It was unheard of!!! LOL I never learned the game….. Cindy Bragg — yes, bridge the card game. My mother was an excellent player, however she never taught me, although we played a lot of card games. I learned in college. It can get highly competitive and you can lose or win a lot of money playing it.
Honest— That sounds like fun. Kick the dust of the town from your heels. Who needs Rome, Georgia? They asked I had any experience with riots and I said yes, I was a rioter for the last two riots. Good enough. They signed me up and gave me a badge. You got kicked out for going to a cat house? They were pretty discreet unless you met someone on the stairs.
Young — it is a long story involving other people who are still alive. No cat houses were involved. I did not even know they existed in Butte. Paul C…… ah! Now I get it. I have the old original Louisiana book that explains octoroon, etc. THank you. Thank you.
Except for music classes, I was a C average student.. But when I turned 40, I decided I wanted to be an intellect, LOL, so I decided to take a philosophy course at a Catholic university 2 blocks from our house.. I decided to be a serious student and so I made an A in the course! He had trained to be a priest, but changed to Philosophy. Sharon Dexter. Like a Prayer [Radio Version]. The Mysterious Girl. Groove is the Heart [Clubhouse Edit].
The In-Crowd. Upside Down [Radio Mix]. Syndicate of L. Somebody Elses Guy [Radio Mix]. Insomnia [Ibiza Edit Mix]. Streetlife [Real House Mix]. Michel Berger. DJ Oliver.Nov 22, · This video takes you into the streets of Manhattan (New York City) via the Lincoln Tunnel, the world's busiest tunnel, and then back into New Jersey across the George Washington Bridge, the world's busiest bridge. Along the way, you'll see 42nd Street, the Port Authority, Columbus Circle, Broadway, the Ed Sullivan Theater, and Times Square.