Yes it true. Many of us are told by editors to keep it simple stupid or at least keep technical details out of it. This is because 80% of readers don read anything beyond the first or second sentence. But less is definitely more with this stuff I think. I think I going to try just 3g on my next go around. If 1g is still making you sleepy, maybe this isn the right red for you.
BOGER: Miles says she’s applied for federal disaster assistance, but doesn’t know if she’ll be able to wait for the money. She’s considering packing up the few belongings she has left and leaving the state for higher ground, perhaps in Jackson, Miss., or Memphis, Tenn. For NPR News, I’m Paul Boger in Baton Rouge.[POST BROADCAST CORRECTION: In this introduction to this report, we say Paul Boger is with Louisiana Public Broadcasting.
On the subject: Both the Phoenix and Tampa areas feature throwback heavy hip hop radio stations, and covering baseball teams in both cities necessitates a heck of a lot of time in a car. But where Tampa throwback hip hop station bafflingly plays Vanilla Ice seemingly seven times a day, Phoenix The Beat 101.1 is generally a really good channel. They mix contemporary hits with older jams and played a bunch of bangers I totally forgot about, like Scarface Smile.
I imagine civil rights proceeding along the lines of Tuskegee airmen type scenarios and the needs of the military. Also the little we know of prewar conflict it appears that anti Chinese sentiment was somewhat rampant, hatred of the Chinese may have overridden other racial biases. As documented in some terminals class conflict existed as well.
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I think Oasis is looked down upon because, if you aren working class, the lyrics of the songs don really resonate. Like, Cigs Alcohol is just a cliched hooligan song about partying all the time unless you been broke, unable to find a job, and sort of depressed. Then it something more.
Voters, especially those directly affected by the storm, probably aren’t keeping score of the times Trump tweeted aboutthe storm vs. Politics this weekend. (About a 2 to 1 ratio as of Monday afternoon, in case you’re wondering.) But Trump needs to be careful about giving even the appearance that he’s less than 110 percent focused on the storm,said Washington University professor Andrew Reeves, who studies the politics of storm management..