I had no idea that my great uncle, Everett Hay, ever fished. But he is listed as a third round finalist, second from last on the list, in The Seattle Times Salmon Derby of 1940. His catch was an impressive, at least to me, twenty pounds.
I like reading the newspapers and came upon this, crumb rubber, from one in New Mexico.
I have never seen the term before. It has a sort of tastiness to it, but I doubt anyone should be eating the stuff.
I am wondering if it is the strange pellets that are kicked up on artificial play fields. It is curious material. I think my niece tried eating some of it once. Her mother caught on and stopped her before any became lunch. Or maybe it was my littlest nephew.
The front page of The Washington Times sums up what’s happening in the Trump White House & beyond. For the most part, I am happy with the news. We, the conservatives, just need to keep moving. Slow, steady progress is the key, I think.
The Blind Sheikh, whose moniker could have been The Blind Creep, has finally died. Sadly, he wasn’t executed. He died in prison. He was a terrorist leader responsible for the deaths of many. Enjoy your virgins!
Just the other day, I tweeted about how he was the poster child for strict immigration controls. He was issued a tourist visa to the United States despite being on a terror watch list!