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Learning from a soldier of the early 18th century colonial militia about his musket at @locustlawnmuseum

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Mark of a successful trip

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Breakfast

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Belated Averill birthday Woodloch getaway, Day 1.

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Paintball madness

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Under the weather watching KING OF THE HILL on Hulu

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Bill Hader’s impersonations of Dateline anchors is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy
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“My hand is at the small of your back; I may let you stumble, but I will never let you fall.” – Maya AngelounnUnless you’re on a scooter in which case I can’t run that fast. Sorry Sammy.

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No you’re the dummy

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{ posted: Friday, 15 March, 2019 at 11:54am // views: 12 // words: 9 }

“Look I drew a bottom.”

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Bracing for the deafening roar of a cap.

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re: Why do the Brits, known internationally as polite and restrained, have such a raucous and seemingly disrespectful Parliament, while Americans, popularly seen as brash, loudmouth cowboys, seem to have a more formal and subdued congress?
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{ posted: Thursday, 14 March, 2019 at 3:17pm // views: 13 // words: 24 }

Ha–and contrast it with the type of American who "visited" England in the early and middle part of the last century!

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re: Why do the Brits, known internationally as polite and restrained, have such a raucous and seemingly disrespectful Parliament, while Americans, popularly seen as brash, loudmouth cowboys, seem to have a more formal and subdued congress?
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{ posted: Thursday, 14 March, 2019 at 11:50am // views: 15 // words: 38 }

That's true–Northeasterners are much more refined and quiet. I always love going to Red Sox games, where the crowd is silent apart from occasional rounds of applause, and cheers of "well done!" and "good show!"

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re: If you can go back in time and give one piece of advice to one famous person, what would it be and to whom?
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{ posted: Thursday, 14 March, 2019 at 11:42am // views: 14 // words: 29 }

I'd go back to the time just before the Battle of Gettysburg and tell General Lee to retreat south and not engage the northern forces there.

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At Sammy’s request, carpool karaoke #2

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re: Women should take their husband’s last name
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{ posted: Wednesday, 13 March, 2019 at 1:36pm // views: 16 // words: 40 }

I've heard that back in the day (at least in England) it was a sign of prestige to have hyphenated names as it suggested your parents were both so worthy that you needed to sport them all.

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