As I’ve mentioned recently, it was time to clean out old jobs from the warehouse at work. As a result, there were several boxes (a good sized truckload in my Ranger) of paper that needed to be recycled. Not wanting to tie up my local recycling guys by putting this on the curb, I took it all to the Dekalb Farmer’s Market. There have been a lot of changes at the Market recently, with them clearing out large stands of trees (some that had been there for decades) to make way to for a planned expansion. Though a nasty storm front was moving in at the time, I took a moment to snap this picture before rushing to dump off the paper. The circumstances that brought this composition together were so unusual, that it was worth the effort.
This cabinet has been through a lot since being put together in 1985. Use, abuse and even converted to a different game! Still, it will be worth it, once it’s set up at the Joystick Gamebar for people to enjoy.
This is next door to where I grew up. I hope everybody is ok!
CANTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) – Severe thunderstorms have hit parts of southern Michigan, bringing 60 mile-per-hour wind gusts that knocked down trees and power lines and blacked out about 169,000 electricity customers.
Students heading into their first year of college this year were generally born in 1996.
Among those who have never been alive in their lifetime are Tupac Shakur, JonBenet Ramsey, Carl Sagan, and Tiny Tim.
On Parents’ Weekend, they may want to watch out in case Madonna shows up to see daughter Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon or Sylvester Stallone comes to see daughter Sophia.
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The weather this past weekend was surprisingly cool for this time of year. It was nice enough that we opened the windows to air out the place for the first time since moving in. That was no small feat, since many of them had been stuck shut for years!
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