I had, I think, 34 or 36 abscesses. I have scars that have healed, but I had to have surgeries on some and in the summertime when everybody else is wearing shorts and stuff like that, I see those things even right now sitting here at the table I can see one of the scars on my arms. It’s a good thing in that it reminds me of where I was, but then it’s also very challenging, because this documents a very unpleasant part of my life that can’t be changed..
Could normalcy make a comeback? I’d like to believe that it could. There’s certainly plenty of us regular guys out there listening to music, and I certainly think it would be easier to vicariously live through a Rock Star if I was able to see even a little of myself in him. When I see the tight jeans and white Ray Bans of today’s musicians, a wave of self conscious anger rises up, knowing it’s only further proof that I’m being pushed to the margins of popular culture, continuing the process of exclusion initially perpetrated by the boy bands of my youth.
Yes. It an assumption. As with most assumptions, it is fueled by evidence, however. Republicans don’t have a clear nominee either, though, with four main candidates emerging. Rep. Ron DeSantis has conservative support, while Rep. Been our main concern ever since all this started, resident Kathy Mull says. It been asked in every meeting we had with them [the LCRA]. And they told us they can tell us what Corix will do when they take it over.
Thinking about starting a reef tank in a couple weeks. Im trying to do it as cheaply and simply as possible. Because I like the look of an uncluttered aquarium my plan is to haveBasically, all the equipment will be stored away (underneath) so I dont need a heater or filter in/on the tank.
In the end, what struck us about the election was not only the absence of real choice but the mystery of Putin’s appeal. After not yet a decade of democratic experimentation, how could it be that this product of the KGB was the best the country had to offer itself?On election day, when Putin would become Russia’s second elected president in its thousand year history in an election marred by vote fraud, media manipulation, and irregularities politely overlooked by the world’s other great powers, we spent the afternoon in Moscow asking voters about the spy who became president. Their answers surprised us then and still do.”He knows what order is,” Putin voter Tatyana Gosudareva told us, a sentence we heard so often in the coming years it would come to seem a refrain.