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Yesterday was supposed to be monumental; I’d been looking forward to it for months, counting down the days and waiting for Monday, August 18th to arrive. 461 more words

Sondays

fifty-nine: small

Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion. – Rumi

Fifty-Nine

If I could just but stop the time,

I’d halt on number fifty-nine.

T’was never a measure quite forgot,

remaining ordered and left to rot, 60 more words

Poem

A Book Review of "Fifty-Nine in '84" - Written by Ed Achorn

This is a book that dives into one of the earliest eras of baseball history. Author Ed Achorn’s first baseball book, Fifty-Nine in ’84: Old Hoss Radbourn, Barehanded Baseball, and the Greatest Season a Pitcher Ever Had is about a Hall of Fame player, and life in general in the mid to late 19th Century. 799 more words

Review

After Romney loss, GOP soul searching begins | Reduction

After Romney loss, GOP soul searching begins

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Excerpt:

Mitt Romney’s loss on Tuesday laid bare a Republican demographic problem that, if not addressed, could transform the GOP into a permanent minority party. 732 more words