1) Its entire length, from where the Monongahela & Allegheny converge to form it all the way to the Mighty Mississip.
2) Grandma has a truck.
Yet another victory in Moscow Mitch’s War Against America.
He caught the first ML game I attended as #72; one of the all time greats, and a truly class act ! (And I’m still POed at Jerry Rhinesdorf for treating Pudge so shabbily he decided to go in the Hall with his Sox the wrong color!)
Oh, and Galena (lead ore) Illinois – and I believe there’s a Galena in AK, as well.
Iron City Beer (from Pittsburgh) not recommended…..
Bucket? Not home-fried?? On a farm??? Heresy!
The one time i tried “distance learning” (graduate class) it was live in real time; did not work for me. The “access it when you’re ready” method seems much more doable – though, as noted, I have not tried it. One of my sons is teaching that way right now, and seems to do OK (makes the week’s lessons all at once, puts them up, then spends the rest of the week raking it in trading gold & silver online). But I think learning would suffer from not being able to question.
Of course not; no matter what her failings, we have never seen any indication she was stupid.
One year of Latin in high school – which I passed only because I was able to charm the college girl they brought in to finish the semester after the little old lady who’d taught it for 493 years dropped dead in front of class one day – but I can still translate that (maybe 2 years of college Español in mid-life helped).
Really? You don’t think the Ohio River is navigable? You need to go tell all the boats that are on it as we speak.