When they had the riots in 1965, the national news media always called it the “Watts riots,” even though I still remember one prominent announcer, claiming the more proper description would “the LA riots.” I still remember that all of the rest of the riots, back then, were named after their cities, except in New York City, they were reported as the “Harlem riots.”
I remember a time when scouts were trained to properly handle everything they needed to do when camping.
We had a cat, that every night, liked to sit under the porch light, catching and eating junebugs.
Most holy men, that I have met, actually have a good sense of humor. I am, of course, talking about REAL holy men, not cult leaders.
It would make a good fuel. I still remember guys in college, who would drop their pants and light a match, when they felt one coming on. During the 1950s, it was called “impressing your friends.”
Luckily, he must not be far-sighted.
Or the Oklahoma panhandle?
The Norwegians, that I know, seem quite happy with the way things are in Norway and prefer to stay there, rather than immigrate. On the other hand, there were hundreds, maybe even thousands of my Vietnam war generation, who immigrated to Canada, Mexico and other countries. President Ford actually offered amnesty to those who left our country. But, very few, if any actually came back, because they already had jobs, families and places to live in their new home countries.
Cryogenics is not a working system and the necessary equipment and procedures would cost thousands of times more than health insurance.