He says, Doc, but I (unintelligible). I hear you. That’s your reasons. Also how would you get to the Suez? March through Lebanon and Israel to Egypt? This could be seen as some sort of weird crusade to the German people, I guess. It would effectively shift the North African theatre to the Middle East. Much harder for the French and British troops there to be reinforced by the Americans if they somehow get pulled in.
It was not until he reached Duke that Sime became interested in track. His raw speed far outpaced his technique at first, but he schooled himself in the art of sprinting by reading every book on running at the university library, eventually patterning his style on the stride of a dash great from an earlier era, Ralph Metcalfe. He spent hours thumbing through the pages of a flip book of photographs depicting Metcalfe running, creating the sensation of a moving picture.
One thing to consider is that though irradiance is high, the heat causes the panels to run very inefficiently. This also impacts the longevity of the panels, so their degradation rate is much higher than panels installed in Canada. You could do a multi day glacier course in your home country or hire a private mountain guide for a 2 day climb in Peru for that amount of money.
Thank you.jmayer 39 points submitted 7 days agoIt not always that simple. There are a variety of places in SF where sidewalks are marked for shared bicycle and pedestrian traffic (for example, the Embarcadero). There are other places where street traffic precludes bike traffic, and bikes routinely roll on the sidewalks, and I can blame them.I would like to advocate for scooter rides to obey the same rules as bicyclists.
Safer’s life was a work of art into which 60 Minutes fit seamlessly. He vacationed in Europe, often combining field trips for his stories. He made a regular pilgrimage to The American Academy in Rome to hone his painting skills, a hobby he began from an early age.
GLENN: Last night a peaceful gathering turned violent. The protest stemmed from the fatal shooting of 43 year old Keith Lamont Scott. Police say he threatened officers with a gun, but Scott’s family say he was in his car reading a book. Half the books on this top 10 list delve into the past, ranging from 20th century wars to rights movements to the birth of hip hop. And part of what makes these history dipping graphic novels sublime is that their creators know how to bring stories alive; they paint distinct characters that ripple off the page and often create immersive worlds that resonate with the real. Before diving in, though, a couple of qualifiers: First, in a year that held an embarrassment of mainstream superhero riches, my Comic Riffs blog is offering a separate top 10 list of the best superhero titles of 2013.