A king in Thailand and a princess playing hooky in Japan.
Some states that don’t mind selfies in voting booths.
The Library of Congress is a nice place to visit
the history of the really tiny country of Granada plus a new record
in dollars of ,military aide from the U.S. to Israel which, as small as
it seems to me, is something like 50 or 60 times the size of Granada
I make mockery of the fact that issues
were left out of the candidates debate, but
the issues are slightly serious, and I don’t care
for sports metaphors used in politics.
Has a 3rd party candidate ever gotten any electoral votes?
YES Has the the U.S. House of Representatives ever determined
the outcome of a presidential election? YES, again but only once.
Taking a little of the mystery out of history
with the birthday of Johns Hopkins. Would the Japanese
government actually make the background for VISA pages
in passports manga?
money and dollars and bills, and whom
would be honoured by being on some American
currency, and do you have pesos? I do not mind
brushing up on historical characters.
It is all about the FOXES. A Premier League soccer club beats
the odds, and I get into the history of the league which is not so
deep. Japan aids the Mekong River basin
contrasting earthquakes, the candidates,
the front runners and Paul Revere’s ride on April 19th
Submarines are not for pleasure but
why not. Pirates don’t use submarines,
and aren’t we glad. Kerry went to Hiroshima,
and that’s a first.
Lin Manuel Miranda is the man who made the latest
Broadway hit. It is such a hit that if you buy months in advance
of going to New York, it will still be a tough ticket. And then there
is the guy the play is based on, and then there is Miranda’s editorial,
and then there is what Clay Akin wrote at Huff Puff