You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy
This distance concerns me as my wife and I will be in St. Louis next Wednesday through Sunday for the D1 NCAA Wrestling tournament.
Sold out, there are always dozens of ticket scalpers around the Scottrade Center that you have to walk through.
We usually walk to the Arch at least once down a beautiful boulevard between sessions.
Plus, it's the first weekend of March Madness in the NCAA Men's Basketball.
Sports bars/restaurants are packed to the gills in my hotel area.
In wrestling, at least one Congressman, Jim Jordan will be there--so there will be more security.
His son is seeded 3rd at 165 while his nephew is seeded 5th at the same weight.
I don't know the law about carrying cutting devices for hand-to-hand combat if I or my wife is assaulted.
Obviously, I'll get my share of this Ferguson mess next week if I so choose.
Though I like to take naps between sessions, two sessions a day.
Chemists Have Solutions .
FWIW, one big problem was those emails were sent by supervisors, the bosses, and the environment was such that supervisors felt comfortable sending, and others forwarding, those emails without any fear of negative repercussions, and none occurred. Not even the most benign - "Hey Bob, let's keep the work email clean OK."