I'm thinking, it won't improve the curb appeal.
Yeah, and his little American flags out front are getting pretty ratty looking.
What a week. I'm exhausted.I hope David has good fortune conveying the property. ...Maybe the town will spend some of the state's money, buy it up, and use it as a park space. It could be the second pearl in Amherst's own Emerald necklace. You could sign up for it at LSSE, pay a small fee, except of course all organizations on the verboten list... ahem, like the boy scouts and any other group who the town manager (or self-righteous select board member with his head up his arse) deems immoral.
Looks like Beethoven to me.
That's not Caeser. The hair's too long. C'mon Larry, time to go back to history class, or at least rewatch one of those old toga films.
And then there is this:http://www.insidehighered.com/views/2008/07/30/mclemeeThere is a clear dual standard of outrage -- if the government even reads the literature of the left, it is a civil rights crisis. But the government can consider passing a motion of censure so as to censor someone on the right.Ummm......
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