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A 29-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Late November, 1980

Saturday, November 22, 1980

4 PM on a cold Saturday afternoon.

After sleeping okay, I was up at 8 AM today, went to the bank and post office and then drove into Brooklyn to the copy center, where I left my dossier and some excerpts from Hitler to be photocopied; I’ll pick them up on Monday. 4,744 more words

Pier 25 Play Area- Hudson River

Maura, Jack and Michael in the late afternoon.

Took this the Saturday after Thanksgiving when the grandkids and I visited Aunt Mary in NYC. It was a wonderful piece of playground equipment, made in Germany.

Pier 25 Play Area

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The Birthday Celebration

It was a wonderful birthday.  Instead of being the one given to, I spent the day giving to others.  I won’t share who are what I gave because that is between God and the ones who received.  113 more words

Widow

‘Two Thousand and Serving Things’

 This Feature was written by Mrs Adetola Shomoye, who enrolled for an online writing course I facilitated. Enjoy, it seems like the rightest way to start the new year. 298 more words

Thoughts

Patience, planning key to Black Friday shoppers

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON TOWNSHIP — Fernando Hernandez has spent the last five years perfecting his craft of getting a jump on Black Friday. 570 more words

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Stuffing it to calories: Turkey Trot returns for Twin City runners

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON HARBOR — Thanksgiving is a tradition that normally involves family and eating.

A few hundred that found themselves in Benton Harbor on Thursday morning threw in a twist to that tradition. 622 more words

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Teacher: Use “dandelion” in a sentence.
Singaporean: The cheetah is faster dandelion.
Whole Class:

How are we, Singaporeans, not an elite race yet? We give fantastic answers like this every day. 463 more words

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