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I laugh at how many times in a story line/TV/movie a young person is turned on to life/reading through Moby Dick. Personally I think it is the most famous unread novel ever.
My brother refused to eat in the cafeteria and after 11 years of making school lunches for him, my mother refused to make another PB&J sandwich. She told him if he wanted it, he would have to make it for himself. He did. And at 72 he still eats PB&J for lunch. My brother, he’s nothing if not consistent.
A “dedicated snow brush receptacle” ???
With my new car and the remote in my pocket, the trunk opens without unlocking the car doors. I keep the brush in the trunk, start the car with the remote and by the time I get to the windshield the snow just slides off. (I’m a little OCD about clearing the snow — off all the windows, off the roof, off the front hood and the the trunk. )
When I was teaching and I needed access to large easel size pads of paper and construction paper and drawing paper and sharpies and other stuff I just kept it all in my car trunk. It was easier than hauling it up to my apartment. My fellow workers referred to my trunk as my basement.
You take the snow brush out of the car????
My parents lived there for a short time Lovely there
They even have a TV commercial that starts out “Canadians are polite…”
On my wall, I have copy of an 1813 map of the Detroit river between Detroit and Windsor Ont. from Hog Island (today Belle Isle) to Lake Erie. If I look very carefully I can find the exact location of where my apartment stands today on the Detroit side. It seems to have been a mud flat.
In the Middle East those straight lines through the desert cut into areas where the Bedouin tribes traveled. Suddenly tribes of people found they had lost the land they lived on because someone drew a line in the sand. Today much like the Native Americans, tribes are limited to areas, instead of all of the desert they might be limited to Jordan