“Georgia Governor, Jack-Ass, Brian Kemp, and all closet RINOS like him, including Chic-Fil-A owners, are disgusting! All of them are Hypocrites. Their true colors are blue! If there is ONE cool spot left in Hell, I hope they are all second in line!”
Explanation: Does Mars have a north star? In long exposures of Earth’s night sky, star trails make concentric arcs around the north celestial pole, the direction of our fair planet’s axis of rotation. Bright star Polaris is presently the Earth’s North Star, close on the sky to Earth’s north celestial pole. But long exposures on Mars show star trails too, concentric arcs about a celestial pole determined by Mars’ axis of rotation. Tilted like planet Earth’s, the martian axis of rotation points in a different direction in space though. It points to a place on the sky between stars in Cygnus and Cepheus with no bright star comparable to Earth’s north star Polaris nearby. So even though this ruddy, weathered landscape is remarkably reminiscent of terrain in images from the martian surface, the view must be from planet Earth, with north star Polaris near the center of concentric star trails. The landforms in the foreground are found in Qinghai Province in northwestern China.
WGN 10-108-01 Elder’s Mill or Rose Creek Built in 1897 by Nathaniel Richardson in Oconee Co. spanning Rose Creek, one span, 99 ft. long, Town Lattice trusses
This covered bridge was originally built over Calls Creek on the Watkinsville-Athens Road, just north of Watkinsville, Georgia. It was dismantled in 1924 and moved to its present location by John Chandler of Watkinsville by wagon. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 5, 1994.
A farmer died leaving his 17 horses to his 3 sons. When his sons opened up the Will it read:
My eldest son should get 1/2 (half) of total horses; My middle son should be given 1/3rd (one-third) of the total horses; My youngest son should be given 1/9th (one-ninth) of the total horses.
As it’s impossible to divide 17 into half or 17 by 3 or 17 by 9, the three sons started to fight with each other. So, they decided to go to a farmer’s friend who they considered quite smart, to see if he could work it out for them.
The farmer friend read the Will patiently, after giving due thought, he brought one of his own horses over and added it to the 17. That increased the total to 18 horses.
Now, he divided the horses according to their father’s Will.
Half of 18 = 9. So he gave the eldest son 9 horses. 1/3rd of 18 = 6. So he gave the middle son 6 horses. 1/9th of 18 = 2. So he gave the youngest son 2 horses.
Now add up how many horses they have:
Eldest son……..9 Middle son…….6 Youngest son…2 TOTAL IS…….17.
Now this leaves one horse over, so the farmer friend takes his horse back to his farm.
The attitude of negotiation and problem solving is to find the 18th horse i.e. the common ground. Once a person is able to find the 18th horse the issue is resolved. It is difficult at times. However, to reach a solution, the first step is to believe that there is a solution. If we think that there is no solution, we won’t be able to reach any!