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John A. Adams (1 Aug. 1817-19 Jan. 1882)

John A. Adams was the son of John Adams (1776-1837) and his wife, Mary “Polly” Smith (b. ca. 1775-1839), both of whom are buried in Muskingum Presbyterian Cemetery, Nashport, Ohio. 490 more words


'Adams' by George Saunders

Adams by George Saunders, 2004

The magic trick:

Successfully creating an allegory that works completely on all levels

A few months back, I complained about Stephen Crane’s “A Dark Brown Dog” as a seriously flawed allegory. 346 more words


Spring Training Notes for March 1st

We’ve passed a milestone in the waiting process – today brings the first day of March, which brings us one month closer to opening day. But before we get there, many drills have to be performed, many players have to be sent down or called up, lineups and rotations and bullpens have to be configured and spring training games have to be played. 415 more words


Under tuscan sky

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Franklin Graham: Muslims Have Infiltrated Washington, D.C.

Franklin Graham recently appeared on The O’Reilly factor going on record to say “One of the problems we have in the West is our governments, especially in Washington, have been infiltrated by Muslims who are advising the White House,” Franklin Graham tells Bill O’Reilly.   1,077 more words


27th Feb 1915. Appeals for more Men.


Mr C T Mewis, 44 Bath Street, has received a very interesting letter from a friend, Pte W Gardner, of the 3rd Coldstream Guards, who is at the front. 1,477 more words

In The News

Pre-Launch Sequence

The recording last night of A Is For Adams went pretty well, I thought. It’s all just a matter of finding the right tone. 8 more words