Seriously. I’m probably the only guy in the Nielson rating’s middle-aged-man demographic who missed it.
In fact, I haven’t watched a live sporting event on TV since I moved here in March of last year.
And it’s been a little agonizing for a life-long television junkie like myself.
First and foremost, Larry Wosick sits dias right with his personal agenda and his desire to change county government into one that fits his vision.
The district 3 supervisor apparently is ready to jump onto any and all conflicts across the county and turn them into his own personal causes célèbre.
Both the violin and its player surely will be among the finest to ever appear with our homegrown symphony.
I can’t say I know old violins as well as I know old guitars, but instruments generally rise in value based on the materials used in their construction and skill of the craftsmen who build them.
Feb. 7, 2012 — President Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address Nov. 19, 1863, to mark the devotion of soldiers on both sides of a nation embroiled in a great civil war.
While Lincoln said his speech would soon be forgotten, it has become arguably one of the most well known presidential speeches of all time.
Despite the bloody turmoil of a nation divided, in his Gettysburg Address Lincoln evoked the everlasting notion of a government “of the people, by the people (and) for the people.”
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