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I’M SURPRISED THAT BIDEN DIDN’T ORDER FLAGS AT HALF MAST TO HONOR HIS NEW “NATIONAL HERO.”
THE FBI HAD THIS COMPUTER FOR OVER A YEAR. JOE IS A FAKE PRESIDENT.
I expect taxpayers to pay the $1,350,000.00 million fine.
Common Core is another liberal way to make your kids stoopid.
There is no White Privilege. Since people learned to count it has been about money—-rich verses the poor.
The XXX Editor: Is this about ex Congresswoman Katie and her sex team, LL ?
We Need More Readers Cat: She might be in the loop. So far here are the budding thruple members.
Don’t forget the judge from Kentucky. Oklahoma’s state motto is OK, Kentucky’s is KY.
New York City says the earlier kids are shown sex the better.
This article raised some interest.
Texas deputizes kids.
DNA tells. This was stolen from Tolley’s Topics.
Just because you can doesn’t mean you should—doctors need more regulation—they sound like they are making Frankensteins. This is not for the squeamish.
DNA is just as telling as lipstick.
Explanation: Why is the Moon so dusty? On Earth, rocks are weathered by wind and water, creating soil and sand. On the Moon, the history of constant micrometeorite bombardment has blasted away at the rocky surface creating a layer of powdery lunar soil or regolith. For the Apollo astronauts and their equipment, the pervasive, fine, gritty dust was definitely a problem. On the lunar surface in December 1972, Apollo 17 astronauts Harrison Schmitt and Eugene Cernan needed to repair one of their rover’s fenders in an effort to keep the rooster tails of dust away from themselves and their gear. This picture reveals the wheel and fender of their dust covered rover along with the ingenious application of spare maps, clamps, and a grey strip of “duct tape”.
Tomorrow’s picture: cloudy day on Earth
07-03-01 – Bulls Covered Bridge Built in 1842(?) in Litchfield Co. CT Spanning Housatonic River on Bulls Bridge Rd – 1 span, 109 long, Town lattice & queenpost trusses
This bridge was named after Jacob Bull of Dover Plains, NY, who built the first bridge at this site in the 1770’s. The original bridge was primarily built to aid in transporting iron from the furnaces in the Kent area to the Hudson River. It cost $3000 to build and was originally a toll bridge. There have been stories over the years that the covered bridge was built in 1778 and was crossed by George Washington in 1781. Although Washington visited the area, and could have passed over Bull’s Bridge, it would have been an earlier bridge at this location since the Town truss used in this bridge was not developed until 1820. When the main dam of the Connecticut Light and Power Company was built in 1901-03, the bridge had to be raised 20′ to remain clear of the water. It was restored in 1949 to remove a noticeable sag and replace split and rotted bottom chords.
PHOTOS BY: BILL BOWSER….FROM CINCINNATI, OHIO