Appearing by telephone on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Trump was challenged by host Chuck Todd to defend his assertion. The billionaire eccentric candidate’s story continued to dissemble in his defense. He waffled between whether it was “thousands” or “hundreds” and whether it was in “Paterson” or “Jersey City” in New Jersey before settling on the simple explanation, “Why wouldn’t it have taken place?”.
The echo chamber of good liberal policy is sickening. That money should be used to stop the growing problem which this taxation is the root of. You cannot tote success by the size of your coffers while your major cities, roads, and people are crumbling.
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I suppose this is a roundabout way of asking for a device. My car has an aux cord, but no Bluetooth. I aware you can get Bluetooth to aux adapters. Also this. “In 1970 fewer than a third of 16 to 18 year olds were deemed to be short sighted (meaning that distant objects are blurred). Now nearly four fifths are, and even more in some urban areas.”^ These children are literally studying so hard they permanently distorting their own vision.
I’m sure I wasn’t the only voter who, not wanting to over represent Smith, found himself torn between America’s National Parks and these duets with two time poll winner Iyer (once the pianist in Smith’s Golden Quartet). I might as well have tossed a coin, but I finally decided to go with this more intimate of the two. Unlike many musicians on the cutting edge, Smith and Iyer aren’t wary of the beautiful.
Prior to starting the On Deck blog, I had done the exact same thing with a blog called Beyond Fenway. Although there isn’t a ton of time to probably get things set up properly, I do want to continue this work that I have done for the past 6 years, so I will reopen Beyond Fenway as a place where I can extend this work and provide you with some features, game stories and updates on your local prospects. So please check out my weekly columns there if you have the opportunity..