Howling from the Heartland
Thank goodness. Tonight we put an end to approximately four months of Daylight Wasting Time. What we have done with sunlight since Nov.
At the risk of being accused of beating a dead horse, I’m going to write another column in opposition to High Speed Rail, at least as it is being conceived in California.
I am of this opinion that our own tung
shold be written cleane and pure,
unmixt and unmangled with borrowing
of other tunges, wherein if we not heed
Here we are, celebrating another Valentine’s Day (formerly known as St. Valentine’s Day in our less politically correct past).
A couple of weeks ago, on a Monday, a little girl — let’s call her Toda — didn’t feel very hungry. Even though she was slightly malnourished, she skipped her meal and complained of feeling warm.
The system was ready earlier than was expected, the last pole having been erected on June 27, 1914. The electrical current between stations had been tested and improved with new amplifiers.