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Aberdeen confirm hawk hired to fight off Pittodrie seagulls has gone rogue

Less than 24 hours after hiring a hawk to deal with the aggressive seagulls causing trouble at their Pittodrie stadium, Aberdeen have announced that the bird of prey has gone rogue and joined the very flock he was recruited to fight off. 195 more words

Football

June 22, 2015

I was suicidal again this morning but I think it was just because my meds hadn’t kicked in yet.  I felt better later on especially after talking to my therapist and distracting myself with a little reading.  951 more words

General

June 9, 2015

Yesterday I hat that appointment at the Nowhere Community College to sign up for truck driving classes.  Unfortunately, the lady I met with thought I wouldn’t be able t pass the Department of Transportation physical and maintain it once she heard I had diabetes.  1,075 more words

General

'Antiquated' Lurking, Loitering Laws Have Long History In Twin Cities

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – While laws banning loitering and lurking have deep roots in many Twin Cities communities, legal experts and social activists say they’re often constitutionally questionable and contribute to racial inequality and an authoritarian police force. 1,536 more words

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亲爱的 Dracula: A Sidewalk for Loitering Cats

I’ve been working on a lot of pieces that I’m not sure I want to share online because they’re pretty far out, but also because they’re part of a larger work in progress. 88 more words

亲爱的 Dracula

May 24th - No Loitering

Try and move me on….

The figure is silhouetted onto the wall of Walsh Bay wharf 5/6 by the late afternoon sun. It was the final day of the… 71 more words

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Loitering by Charles D'Ambrosio

I almost never read what could be broadly described as the alternative press, largely because it requires time I don’t have. Between working, writing, family, walking the dog, eating, fitness, crosswords, daydreaming, eating and sports—this Warriors-Cavs series is the greatest thing ever, right?—it’s all I can do to keep up my New Yorker subscription (and Bloomberg Business Week, Sports Illustrated, the weekend NYTimes and some other stuff). 535 more words