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  1. Sunsettommy's Avatar
    Only 59 then, you did better than I have as I am 59 now.

    Keep kicking the can down the road!
  2. HumblePi's Avatar
    Amazon pulling out of the 'HQ2' deal was one of the biggest shows of grassroots power over a massive corporation, a plethora of industry lobbyists and government officials. The sheer scope of the Amazon incentive package felt abusive and obscene, especially when the state is facing a $2.3 billion budget shortfall. Why would NY offer Amazon $3 billion in financial incentives? Amazon's tax breaks were nothing more than bribery and fraud.

    The decision by Amazon to stop pursuing $3 billion in financial incentives from New York to locate its "HQ2" in the state was one of most startling corporate about-faces in recent memory, and it's also one of the biggest shows of grassroots power over a massive corporation, a plethora of industry lobbyists and government officials.

    Amazon’s oversized power is looking less and less like smart business and more and more like oppressive politics, one company bullying us all. And the spotlight the deal brought to the company wasn't good for it overall. some of the reason that Amazon pulled out of the deal with New York was purely tactical: They were probably about to lose it anyway. State Senator Mike Gianaris was appointed to the state's Public Authorities Control Board this month, where he would have veto power over substantial parts of the Amazon $3 billion subsidy package. Glanaris was an outspoken critic of the deal based on its potential impact on rents and transportation, as well as Amazon’s anti-union, ICE-enabling through facial recognition technology.

    Amazon's capitulation to those opposed to their expansion in New York City is an epic moment for people power over an enormous corporate bully. But, when you beat a bully, you have to be sure not to let him get away with it somewhere else. This is just the beginning of pushing back on the unfettered growth of corporate power.
  3. Garry Denke's Avatar
    Stonehenge Bluestones Pyrometamorphism Reported to
    Preseli Hills area UK Nursery and Pre-schools in 1974

    In 1961 during a Stonehenge UK visit, Drums Elementary School kindergartener, Garry Denke of Butler Township, Pa discovered Stonehenge Bluestones are pyrometamorphic altered by High-heat Late Carboniferous (Pennsylvanian) Period, Namurian Age, anthracite (Coal Measures) burn above 1200 C, possibly made in ancient Pembrokeshire Coalfield carbon cave dwellings where in 1974, whilst backpacking from Stonehenge to Preseli Hills, the same Garry Denke, and Ralph Ferdinand of Hazle Township, Pa students of UK geology discovered ancient Pembrokeshire Coalfield prehistoric tools, Bluestone wedges, and Coal rank anthracite digging activity; and

    In 1961 during a Stonehenge UK visit, Drums Elementary School kindergartener, Garry Denke of Butler Township discovered Stonehenge Bluestones are pyrometamorphic altered by High-heat Late Carboniferous (Pennsylvanian) Period, Westphalian Age, bituminous (Coal Measures) burn above 1100 C, possibly made in ancient South Wales Coalfield carbon cave dwellings where in 1974, whilst backpacking from Stonehenge to Preseli Hills, the same Garry Denke, and Ralph Ferdinand of Hazle Township, Pa students of UK geology discovered ancient South Wales Coalfield prehistoric tools, Bluestone wedges, and Coal rank bituminous digging activity; and

    In 1961 during a Stonehenge UK visit, Drums Elementary School kindergartener Garry Denke of Butler Township discovered Stonehenge Bluestones are pyrometamorphic altered by High-heat Late Carboniferous (Pennsylvanian) Period, Stephanian Age, sub-bituminous (Coal Measures) burn above 1000 C, possibly made in ancient South Wales Coalfield carbon cave dwellings where in 1974, whilst backpacking from Stonehenge to Preseli Hills, the same Garry Denke, and Ralph Ferdinand of Hazle Township, Pa students of UK geology discovered ancient Bristol (Dean) Coalfield prehistoric tools, Bluestone wedges, and Coal rank sub-bituminous digging activity.

    In 1974 after Stonehenge Free Festival coring, Garry Denke and Ralph Ferdinand reported their findings to Preseli Hills area UK Nursery and Pre-school Kindergarteners there on field trips, that neither a Northern land nor Southern water route of Bluestones pyrometamorphism was possible, Rather, post Ice Age Coalfield carbon cave dwellers quarried Shoring Pillars for their homes, the route East through Pembrokeshire, South Wales, and Bristol (Dean) Coalfields carbon caves to Salisbury Plain, where countless digs proved their surface fossil fuel trend ended. Shoring Pillars, durable in High-heat anthracite, bituminous, and sub-bituminous Coal ranks. Most precious.

    How did two-ton Preseli bluestones get to Stonehenge? | Tivyside Advertiser

    Ralphy Raoul Wally
    G. Willy Wally
    Updated 03-01-19 at 03:33 AM by Garry Denke