This is the grave of George Washington Hill. Born in 1884 in Philadelphia, Hill grew up wealthy. His father was the VP and later president of American Tobacco Company. So.
Let's check in with the transcendent super-geniuses of Silicon Valley: It's not like Elon's predecessor had appreciably better politics, it's just that amplifying them was not his primary reason for.
It's not easy, but apparently it can be done: Tennessee’s first-in-the-nation law designed to place strict limits on drag shows is unconstitutional, a federal judge says. The law is both “unconstitutionally vague.
Every argument that the US is in danger of losing out to China, that the US needs more weapons to deter China, that the US can't afford to help arm.
On the other, the house is currently on fire, and will burn to the ground shortly if spend another minute thinking about replacing the carpet, as opposed to maybe calling.
This is the grave of Hosea Williams. Born in 1926 in Attapulgus, Georgia, Williams grew up poor. His parents had met at a school for the blind and his father.
One of the most fun shows I've seen in awhile was Rhett Miller of Old 97s play a solo show at the Askew in Providence about two weeks ago. I.
Roy Cohn is probably trying to file some sort of writ from the 8th circle: In complete sentences and a narrative tone that sounded as if it had been ripped.