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Is Lonzo Ball a Good Rapper?

Lonzo Ball’s haters were rejoicing, when the rookie player for the Los Angeles Lakers flopped on his opening night.

But Lonzo proved that he is more than just hype with his second game when he came out and ended the evening with 29 points, 11 rebounds, and nine assists, leading the Lakers to victory over The Phoenix Suns. 77 more words


Take A Stand

When summer comes creeping towards the end, one thing is inevitably on my mind. FOOTBALL. Yes, in this house, I’m the football fanatic and my husband could care less who’s playing where or when. 914 more words


Retired Marine competing in marathons to prove wounded veterans are not broken

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Retired Marine Sergeant Rob Jones is on a mission to run 31 marathons in 31 cities in 31 days. On Sunday (Oct. 279 more words


“The Nighthawks” visit the Clinton Library

October is American Archives Month! We’re celebrating the work of archivists and the importance of archives with a series of blog posts highlighting our “Archives Across America.” Today’s post comes from John Keller at the Clinton Library in Little Rock, Arkansas.  629 more words

UPDATE: You are Loved, Soldier & Civilian

Website: http://AddictionCenter.com   &  Alcohol Rehab Guide

UPDATE: Over the past week I received multiple emails offering personal insight into how mental health, as well as addiction, can first handedly affect the lives of not only the person going through the experience, but also family and friends who are close. 213 more words


LCpl Mark Ryan Black

Mark Black was killed in the Quang Tri Republic of Vietnam, on 13 Aug 1967, by a gunshot wound to the chest from hostile rifle fire while engaged in action while serving in Company D, 1st Battalion, 9th Marines. 11 more words

Vietnam War

Unclear On The Concept

He walked into Claude Perdue’s office as if Claude were a misbehaving child.

“Mr. Hauptmann!” greeted Claude. “What can the Ectoplasmic Investigations Division do for Homeland Security?” 232 more words

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