South Carolina & New Mexico

South Carolina is a state in the Southeastern United States. New Mexico is a state located in the southwest and western regions of the United States. 5.0/5

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Teachers from New Mexico, Ohio, North Carolina & South Carolina are attending Clean Energy Courses at the Center...
All I need to finish my project is south Carolina and New Mexico 😭 who can help me out
That's right, Mr. Trump!. Because we're going to New Hampshire, and South Carolina, and Oklahoma and Arizona and North Dakota and New Mexico
Miss., Arkansas, Alabama, South Carolina, West Virginia, New Mexico...all the poorest states
"$1,190,000 Homes in New Mexico, Louisiana and South Carolina" by MIKE POWELL via NYT
Arizona, Alaska, California, Colorado, Indiana, New Mexico, South Carolina, and Texas are the only non-trash state flags.
Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Florida, north and South Dakota, Virginia, Maryland, DC, Kansas, Montana, Oklahoma, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington State, Oregon, Iowa, Minnesota, North and South Carolina, I see all y'all, so keep voting and when the tour start I'll see you. All capital letters LITERALLY!
Feminist activist, media critic and blogger Anita Sarkeesian was supposed to present at Utah State University Oct. 15. Sarkeesian was scheduled to speak on the portrayal of women in video games in relation to her video series “Tropes Vs Women in Video Games”. After receiving posts on her website and via email about a potential gun threat to Sarkeesian and those attending her presentation, she cancelled her appearance. According to the state of Utah, laws permit a person with a valid concealed firearm permit to carry a weapon and are permitted to have it at a college venue. We think the state of Utah should have restrictions on gun use in designated on campus locations. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures there are 20 states that ban carrying a concealed weapon on a college campus: California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, ...
Since I woke up Saturday, I have been in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, The District of Columbia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico. Just Arizona and California to go, to make it 17 States and D.C. in 4 days. Probably a good time to say I Love This Country. And thanks to all my fellow Veterans.
Voters re-elect Republican Women/Females to governorships in New Mexico, South Carolina and Oklahoma, so much for the "war on womenfolk".
PLEASE SHARE!!! 16 more states needed! PLEASE SHARE!!! Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Vermont, Washington DC I have 3 states that are spoken for but can't take them off the list until they are received - Alaska, Hawaii and Washington, DC (I know it's not a state). PLEASE if you know someone (friends, relatives, colleagues) who lives in any of these states could you PLEASE talk to them and see if they will contribute? They don't have to be a quilter - anyone willing to send a couple fat quarters would be most appreciated! I had a woman ask me the other day why I hadn't started making the blocks yet - this is why... I want to use part of EVERY piece of fabric in the state's block that was sent from that state for the block. For example if I were to have made Minnesota's block last week then the 2 people who sent this week would not have their fabric represented. Once I receive all the f ...
Native American Chronology 1531 The Yaqui Indians if northern Mexico repel a party of Spanish soldiers on a slaving mission. The Yaquis warned the Spaniards not to preceded farther, in the ensuing battle the Spaniards were driven back. 1539 Timcua, Apalachia, Coosa, Mobile, Natchez and Tonkawa Indians fight invasion of Hernando De Soto through Southeastern United States. De Soto have been given license by the king of Spain to "conquer, and pacify" the lands known as La Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee,Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. 1540 Hopi pueblo of Awarivu encounter the Spanish 1541 The Tigeux rebellion- Kuaua pueblo revolted in New Mexico. Kuaua is a Tiwa( their language) word for sacred. The Kuaua had an extensive pueblo on a beautiful site overlooking the Rio Grande River. When Coronado arrived he ordered the Indians to vacate their homes, provide their men with food and give him any valuables they may possess. 1541-1542 Natchez nation invaded. De Soto reached the Mississippi Riv ...
Ohio State over Cincinnati. Clemson over North Carolina . South Carolina over Missouri. LSU over New Mexico State
Fab choices in the SE & SW include North & South Carolina, Louisiana, Tennessee, New Mexico - all amazing locations!
Can you help us out? We would love to see Ms. Galloway on roller skates for an entire day!!! We still need pledges from the following states: Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Mississippi, Kentucky, South Carolina, West Virginia, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Delaware, Vermont, Rhode Island, Maine, Alaska and Hawaii.
Of the 10 states with the best conditions for children and youth, only one was in the South -- Virginia, which came in at number 10. But of the 10 states with the worst conditions for youth, seven were in the South. From rock-bottom up, the 10 worst states for young people turned out to be Mississippi, District of Columbia, Florida, Arkansas, New Mexico, Arizona, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, and Kentucky.
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A Third of Americans delinquent on Debt : Hadley Malcolm, USA TODAY More than a third of the country is in trouble when it comes to paying debts on time; 35% of Americans have debt in collections, according to a study out Tuesday from the Urban Institute, which analyzed the credit files of 7 million Americans. That means the debt is so far past due that the account has been closed and placed in collections. This typically happens after the bill hasn't been paid for 180 days. It also means the debt has been reported to credit bureaus and can affect someone's credit score. Southern states especially stand out with the highest concentration of people delinquent. In 13 states — Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Nevada, New Mexico and West Virginia — and Washington, D.C., more than 40% of the population with a credit file has debt in collections. Nevada, one of the states hardest hit by the housing crisis and recession, has the hig ...
Anybody know how many Starbucks are between South Carolina and New Mexico??
We're still looking for volunteers to help us distribute balls in the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wyoming. Please email julie.leaverif you are interested. We need your name, shipping address, and the name of the dog park you want to bring them to. Thanks!
The Lima Police Department K9s Bailey, Bern, Rocky and Diego have been awarded a ballistic vest thanks to a nonprofit organization, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc., is a Massachusetts based nonprofit organization and Armor Express, a Michigan based manufacturer. An incentive program offered by Armor Express of Central Lake, MI. to Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. has provided 19 law enforcement dogs in the 8 states with ballistic vests. For every 15 vests purchased by the charity, a free vest was awarded. Vests were donated to K9's in Indiana, Illinois, North Carolina, New Mexico, Ohio, Minnesota, Texas and South Carolina.
THE United States ,MOTO BY MOTO, CONTINUED: Mississippi: come here and feel better about your own state Missouri: your federal Flood Relief tax dollars at work Montana) land of the big sky, the unibomber, right wing crazies and very little else Nebraska: ask about our state motto contest Nevada: let's play poker New Mexico: lizards make excellent pets New York: you have the right to remain silent, you have the right to an attorney North Carolina: tobacco is a vegetable North Dakota: we really are one of the 50 states Ohio: we wish we were in Michigan Oklahoma: like the musical, only no singing Oregon: spotted owl...it's what's for dinner Pennsylvania: cook with coal Rhode Island: we're really not an island South Carolina: remember the civil war? We didn't actually surrender South Dakota: closer than North Dakota Tennessee: the educashun state Texas: yes, I speak English Vermont: yep Virginia: who says government stiffs and skacjjaw yokels don't mix Washington: help! We're overrun by nerds and slackers Wes ...
I was given a 48 hour challenge from my team leader for Dove Chocolate Discoveries!the challenge is getting a new recruit from one of the following states: Pennsylvania, California, Washington, Wyoming, Vermont, South Carolina, New Mexico or Mississippi in then NEXT 48 hours! I love DCD for a few reasons. 1-I get a very flexible schedule which is a God Sent for me Since Im a full-time college student most places want you to work college around your work schedule and that just doesn't work. 2- I can do shopping and from home and save 25-40% on the items I want from DCD!! 3- Get to meet new people and I love meeting new people! 4- I love chocolate better yet I love dove chocolate!!
Ok friends! I have a question! What do these states have in common? Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, MAssachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia & West Virginia. (hint! it has to do with my new company "Makeup Eraser"!)
Lead or Get Out of the Way Podcasts Cast your vote in Candidate Survivor 2016 Listen to the “Lead or Get Out of the Way” radio segment each week (broadcast live at 10 p.m. Eastern, on Mondays, or listen to the podcasts) to hear the previous week’s results and learn more about each of the potential candidates. Week 9: ELIMINATE a potential presidential candidate with your vote: Rep. Justin Amash, of Michigan Sen. Kelly Ayotte, of New Hampshire John Bolton, former ambassador to the United Nations Gov. Sam Brownback, of Kansas Herman Cain, business leader and radio host Ben Carson, author and neurosurgeon Mitch Daniels, former Indiana governor Newt Gingrich, former House speaker Nikki Haley, South Carolina Governor Mike Huckabee, former Arkansas governor Bobby Jindal, Louisiana Governor John Kasich, Ohio governor Sen. Mike Lee, of Utah Susana Martinez, New Mexico governor Judge Andrew Napolitano Sarah Palin, former Alaska governor Sen. Rand Paul, of Kentucky Former Rep. Ron Paul, of Texas Tim Pawlenty, ...
Johnny D Boggs is another Western Writer's of America that will be at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum for the Cowboy Days celebration! A native of South Carolina, Johnny spent nearly 15 years in Texas as a newspaperman. He has won six Spur Awards from the Western Writers of America and won the Western Heritage Wrangler Award from the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. He is a former president of the WWA and is now editor of Roundup, the WWA magazine. His nonfiction includes books about movies depicting Jesse James and Billy the Kid. His fiction includes titles such as "Camp Ford," "The Hart Brand," "Northfield," "Hard Winter" and "Summer of the Star." Johnny lives in Santa Fe, N.M., with his wife Lisa and their son Jack.
Subject: How to Destroy a Civilization These 11 States now have More People on Welfare than they do Employed! California, New Mexico, Illinois, Ohio, New York, Maine, Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, and a real shocker to me-Hawaii Last month, the Senate Budget Committee reports that in Fiscal Year 2012, between food stamps, housing support, child care, Medicaid and other benefits, the average U.S. Household below the poverty line received $168.00 a day in government support. What's the problem with that much support? Well, the median household income in America is just over $50,000,which averages out to $137.13 a day. To put it another way, being on welfare now pays the equivalent of $30.00 an hour for a 40-hour week, while the average job pays $20.00 an hour. Pass this on because we'll NEVER see these facts in the main stream media
Where Energy Bills are Highest In some states, homeowners are paying nearly twice as much as the national average for electricity. That's according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the government agency responsible for the collection and dissemination of energy information, which released its most recent "Electric Sales, Revenue, and Average Price" report last month. The report found that the average monthly electric bill nationwide was $107.28 last year, up from $78.24 a decade ago. The highest energy bills across the country were in these five states: Hawaii, where the average monthly electric bill is $203.15 Alabama: $135.26 South Carolina: $131.64 Maryland: $129.00 Texas: $128.27 Conversely, the places where homeowners paid the least to burn the midnight oil were the following states: New Mexico: $74.62 Maine: $77.77 Utah: $78.70 Colorado: $80.94 Montana: $84.88 Besides Hawaii, which had the second lowest consumption levels after Maine, high energy bills don't seem to correlate with high ...
9 Things... 1. Ronnie Milsap Greatest Hits is currently in my car's CD player 2. I wanted to teach history because of Indiana Jones. I thought archeologists actually got to do all that cool stuff. I got the hat and revolver, but not the whip. 3. I have a BA from The University of Akron and a Masters in Earth Science from Penn Pennsylvania State University 4. I really hate Superman, man, Lex Luthor has to bust his *** and all Superman has to do is wake up and live near a yellow star, *** 5. I want everyone to like me, but I play a much more effective heel than a face 6. Living and working in South Carolina and New Mexico has given me a better understanding of William Tecumseh Sherman 7. I don't allow my squad members to wear heavy makeup or boy's jerseys or letterman jackets. I don't care to see them striving to be the property of some *** who peaked in high school. 8. I'm not the most affectionate person, but I secretly get jealous of people who everyone runs up to and hugs whenever they ent ...
10 Things You May Not Know About Me. 1. I met Bob Keeshan, who played "Captain Kangaroo", when I was 5 -- He was in town visiting some neighbors -- he was a relatively young man then and wasn't wearing his stage make-up so I didn't recognize him. Before I was introduced to him, he pulled my parents aside and asked that they not tell me who he was so it wouldn't ruin the illusion of the show for me. I regret that I have no memory of meeting him but I really appreciate his thoughtfulness. 2. I was on Romper Room in South Carolina ... twice. They had 5 official ceramic Romper Room cups and one Royal Crown Cola paper cup. When they give us drinks on-air, I ended up with the paper cup both times. Still bothers me today. 3. Growing up, I lived in Kentucky, South Carolina, New Mexico, Ohio, Alabama, Florida, Arizona and Rhode Island. As different as they are, Arizona and Rhode Island were my favorites. 4. I was an only child until my baby sister, Heather, was born when I was 19 years old. I'd always wanted a l . ...
Google ADS: 16th Amendment not Ratified In his declaration Knox claims the following States properly ratified the 16th: Alabama,Kentucky, South Carolina, Illinois, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Maryland, Georgia, Texas, Ohio, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, California, Montana, Indiana, Nevada, North Carolina, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, North Dakota, Michigan, Iowa, Missouri, Mane, Tennessee, Arkansas, Wisconsin, New York, South Dakota, Arizona, Minnesota, Louisiana, Delaware, and Wyoming. Knox claimed that it appeared that New Jersey and New Mexico had approved the 16th. NOTE Knox, claimed that he had official documents on file for all of these States, however, clearly there were no documents for Minnesota. Again, the incorporation of the terms of the proposed amendment in the ratifying resolution seems in every case merely to have been by way or recitation. Furthermore, under the provisions of the Constitution a legislature is not authorized to alter in any way the amendment proposed by Congress, the function of t ...
You ever wonder why, whenever you go somewhere outside of New Jersey, there is always someone from New Jersey? Here are some stats that might tell you why: If you took the States of North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Nebraska and Alaska and added their populations together, it still wouldn’t equal the population of New Jersey. By population, New Jersey is a larger state than Virginia, Washington, Massachusetts, Arizona, Indiana, Tennessee, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Colorado, Alabama, South Carolina, Louisiana, Kentucky, Oregon, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Iowa, Mississippi, Arkansas, Kansas, Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Nebraska, West Virginia, Idaho, Hawaii, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Montana, Delaware, South Dakota, Alaska, North Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming. New Jersey is the 5th smallest state in the union by territory, but the 11th largest state by population. So it makes sense now that wherever you go, there is always someone from New Jersey.
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South Carolina men's soccer prepares for New Mexico:
I saw a CNBC article on the Internet that identified the 10 poorest states in the country: Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, New Mexico, South Carolina, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Louisiana, Tennessee. All but New Mexico are in the south and voted Mitt Romney. I wonder why that is? For real, I wonder.
On July 8 in history, modern Paris is founded (951), Vasco da Gama sets sail on the first direct European voyage to India (1497), the Continental Congress offers the Olive Branch Petition to Great Britain in an attempt to avoid war (1775), the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence takes place (1776), white supremacists invade the South Carolina black freedmen town of Hamburg and kill seven (1876), the first issue of the Wall Street Journal is published (1889), reports of an alleged UFO crash in the New Mexico town of Roswell are published (1947), and the last mission of the US Space Shuttle program is launched (2011). It's the birthday of ambulance inventor Dominique Jean Larrey, Coca-Cola inventor John Pemberton, airship inventor Ferdinand von Zeppelin, richest person in history John D. Rockefeller, IQ tester Alfred BInet, composer Percy Grainger, presidential candidate George Romney, juke box king Louis Jordan, 41st veep Nelson Rockefeller, trumpeter Billy Eckstine, Dondi artist Irwin ...
On this date in history - July 8th: - 1730 – An estimated magnitude 8.7 earthquake causes a tsunami that damages more than 1,000 km (620 mi) of Chile's coastline. 1808 – Joseph Bonaparte approves the Bayonne Statute, a royal charter intended as the basis for his rule as king of Spain. 1822 – Chippewas turn over a huge tract of land in Ontario to the United Kingdom. 1874 – The Mounties begin their March West. 1876 – White supremacists kill five Black Republicans in Hamburg, South Carolina. 1889 – The first issue of The Wall Street Journal is published. 1892 – St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada is devastated in the Great Fire of 1892. 1898 – The death of crime boss Soapy Smith, killed in the Shootout on Juneau Wharf, releases Skagway, Alaska from his iron grip. 1932 – The Dow Jones Industrial Average reaches its lowest level of the Great Depression, closing at 41.22. 1947 – Reports are broadcast that a UFO crash landed in Roswell, New Mexico. 1948 – The United States Air Force accepts it ...
Just reviewing some pics from the last 2 years. Wow I have gone coast to coast East to West. I have seen California, San Diego,San Francisco and Arizona including The Grand Canyon,Rte. 66, Sedona and the Red Rocks. Small part of New Mexico, Memphis,TN. New Orleans , LA . Then to Florida, Miami and Ft. Lauderdale down to The Keys and now in South Carolina. Lets not forget Savannah,Georgia and Charleston, SC and Myrtle Beach. Im a pretty lucky lady! Gonna keep on pushin I really want to see Washington State and Oregon. Maybe even Hawaii before I retire not after, cause as we all know there may not be an after. In short, life is short enjoy the ride and make the most of everyday. Live your dream cause Im living mine. The best part is my kids have been able to see most of this with me now thats living!!! No regrets here!!!
Forty -six years ago today, 76 courageous souls of the 173rd Airborne, Company A 2/503 Infantry (approx. 120) were slaughtered via multiple human wave attacks by an elite North Viet Nam unit (estimated anywhere from 500-1200) in the Central Highlands of South Viet Nam. Another two dozen were seriously wounded in what is now known as The Battle of the Slopes. This encounter ranks as the worse loss of life by a US unit in a single day. I am one of a couple dozen who survived this massacre charged with ensuring the world of its significance. So many young to have left us so soon. "Sweet is war to those who have never experienced it." KIAs by State Alabama 2 Arizona 1 California 8 Colorado 1 Florida 6 Georgia 2 Hawaii 1 Illinois 3 Iowa 1 Kansas 1 Kentucky 1 Maryland 2 Massachusetts 4 Michigan 7 Minnesota 1 Missouri 1 Mississippi 2 New Jersey 5 New Mexico 3 New York 6 North Carolina 2 Ohio 2 Oklahoma 1 Oregon 1 Rhode Island 1 South Carolina 2 Tennessee 2 Texas 5 West Virginia 1 Wisconsin 1 AGE Nine (9) Born b ...
We're very proud of Beastros accomplishments in the ABKC. 41x best of Breed winner, 2x Nationals winner and wins in all corners of the map California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Colorado, Georgia, Florida, Wisconsin, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana and Mexico. He's been picked by almost every judge in the ABKC. His show ring journey is unprecedented and we're looking to add to his legacy. Our next goals with him is IBKC, USBR and BBCR Grand Champion. Grand Champ in 4 registries? Can Beastro do it? If any dog can, I know our boy can! I'm bummed we missed the shows yesterday (didnt make it home in time) but we will be there to support the next ones for sure. Congrats to the winners and USBR and IBKC for a successful, first ever, dual sanctioned bully show. Egos to the side and Unity in the community! Respect
Since August 2011, Laura and I have managed to see a fair bit of the mighty U.S of A... Montana. Wyoming, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, Virginia, Georgia, Forida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Oklahoma, Missouri and to round it out to 27, today we are crossing Ohio.. West to east, north to south, east to west and now diagonally southwest to northeast, Faith has carried us through 26 of the 27 states.
If your worried that "you've never heard of Nerium" feel special and jump on the gravy train!󾍇 And if your seriously concerned don't be! Nerium is in; Alaska, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana, New York, Missouri, Cali, Maine, Colorado, South Carolina, georgia, Utah, Arkansas, New Mexico, Guam, Hawaii, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Texas, Las Vegas, Oklahoma, Ohio,south Carolina, Rhode Island, Washington, Tennessee, Nebraska, North Dakota, Michigan, Montana, and I'm sure I'm forgetting somewhere! Will be National before long. RealResults! Nerium International! Don't be left out. 󾍇
Do you live in or around any of the following places in the U.S.? If so, let me know if you'd be interested in showing a group of international travelers a good time in your community for an evening by helping us enjoy some of the best local secrets this summer! -Yosemite Valley, California -Venice Beach, California -San Diego, California -Las Vegas, Nevada -Grand Canyon, Arizona -Zion Nat'l Park, Utah -Moab, Utah -Durango, Colorado -Santa Fe, New Mexico -White Sands, New Mexico -Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico -Bandera, Texas -Austin, Texas -New Orleans, Louisiana -Destin, Florida -St. Augustine, Florida -Savannah, Georgia -Charleston, South Carolina -Smokey Mountain Nat'l Park, North Carolina -Asheville, North Carolina -Shenandoah Valley, Virginia -Washington D.C. -Brooklyn, New York Thanks!
Some interesting Facts about the Number 33. The 33rd Parallel... The First Nuclear Bomb Tested-Trinity Site, New Mexico. Hiroshima + Nagasaki, Japan on 33 degrees. E.T Crash-Roswell, New Mexico Los Angeles is located on 33 degrees Charleston, South Carolina on 33 degrees- First Home of the Council of 33 Degree Masonic Lodge. Bermuda Triangle Babylon Modern day Iraq where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers come closest together Baghdad, Iraq is at 33°33'N Africanized killer bees will not nest above the 33rd parallel. Mount Hermon in the Book of Enoch where the fallen angels descended onto Earth is on the 33rd parallel. The Number 33: There are 33 vertebrae in the human spine The Sun rotates 33 days at the poles at 3’384 miles per hour (It takes 33 days for us to see this same spot of the sun again) The Pope decreed 1933 as a Holy Year to Aid World Peace. 33 is the highest degree in Freemasonry Amen has a numeric value of 33. Pope John Paul I had a 33 day reign. King David reigned for 33 years. God is menti ...
100 Years Ago Today The Chinese minister of education opens the "Conference on Unification of Pronunciation". 44 delegates met in Beijing in the first ever attempt to standardize the Chinese language. Former Venezuelan President, Cipriano Castro, is allowed entry into the US only after a court rules in his favor in the matter. The British House of Lords rejects the bill disestablishing the Welsh church by a vote of 252-52. Mexican Emilio Vasquez Gomez, crosses from New Mexico into Palomas and declares himself new Mexican President. He plans to journey to the capital, Mexico City, to take office. President Taft approves the expulsion of cadet Elmer E Adler from West Point for the sin of having gotten married. A group of businessmen meet in Columbia, South Carolina to organize the establishment of the South Carolina Union Bank, which is to be for for African Americans. Already incorporated, it would be capitalized by selling 2,000 shares at ten dollars each.
alright, going to do it a little different this time, remember those of you that HAVE NOT commented, tell us where in the world you are. We're giong to be starting at 1, as in 1 person is from this place. So here we go! 1: Denmark, Argentina, Germany, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Verginia, Wyoming, Mexico, Indonesia, 2: Scotland, South America, Switzerland, Hawaii, Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, West Verginia, Singapore. 3: Sweden, Netherlands, New Zealand, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, Wisconsin. 4: Illinois, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee. 5: Alabama, Georgia, Maryland. 6: Connecticut, Michigan, Washington. 7: California, Florida. 9: Canada, England, Australia, South Africa. 12: Texas 14: South Africa
March 2 – The 28th Annual Northeast Louisiana Arts Council Arts Awards, A Night to Shine: ArtsWorks 2013, honoring artists, businesses and volunteers who have impacted the arts in Northeast Louisiana. The Arts Awards Presentation will begin at 7:00 p.m. followed by a reception honoring the nominees and recipients. Preceding the presentation, join us for the Masur Museum of Art’s 50th Annual Juried Competition with Juror George T.M. Shackelford, Deputy Director of the Kimbell Museum of Art. The 50th Annual Juried Competition showcases contemporary artists throughout the United States of America working in any medium. This year’s exhibition will feature 76 works of art by 41 artists. The artists hail from Alabama, Colorado, California, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Virginia. A reception begins at 5:30 p.m. followed by a Gallery Talk by the Juror at 6:00 p.m. *Both receptions are for members ...
Here is some perspective to clear the air. Robert Oomens 1) The 2nd amendment gave people in a well regulated militia the right to have a gun. 2) Only 22 states in the USA actually have a "WELL REGULATED MILITIA". 3) One of the state's militia is inactive. (Oklahoma) 4) Two states do not have a military division, (army division), but have a naval division. (Illinois and New Jersey) Some of the states that do have a militia have both the military and naval divisions. (Alaska, California, New York, Ohio, Texas and Virgina) The rest of the 22 states only have a military division. (Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, and Washington) 5) The Governor of each state is the head of that state's militia. 6) The state provides should be providing the equipment and discipline for the equipment. 7) If you are in the federal military, (Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, National Guard), you are ineligible ...
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What an interesting life I have led. I have lived in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Arkansas, Missouri, New Mexico and California. I was on temporary duty in Alabama, North Carolina and Texas. I stationed in Libya and Okinawa and spent over a week in Germany on the way to Libya. I have worked at one of the largest gold mines east of the Mississippi over in Ridgeway, SC (who knew that South Carolina had a gold mine). I was a quality tech at Bose Corporation in Blythewood, SC, one of the most well know electronic companies in the world. I have swam in the Gulf of Mexico, Mediterranean Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, and the East China Sea. Married to Clemmie, the woman of my dreams for 42 years. Have two wonder children and three great grandkids and many, many friends. I have no regrets in my life.
Policy Issues: Drought, Farm Bill, EPA, and the Budget Posted By Keith Good On January 10, 2013 Policy Issues- Drought, Disaster A news release yesterday from USDA stated that, “Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today designated 597 counties in 14 states as primary natural disaster areas due to drought and heat, making all qualified farm operators in the areas eligible for low-interest emergency loans. These are the first disaster designations made by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 2013.” The USDA update noted that, “The 597 primary counties designated as disaster areas today correspond to the following states: Alabama, 14; Arkansas, 47; Arizona, 4; Colorado, 30; Georgia, 92; Hawaii, 2; Kansas, 88; Oklahoma, 76; Missouri, 31; New Mexico, 19; Nevada, 9; South Carolina, 11; Texas, 157; and Utah, 17.” “In 2012, USDA designated 2,245 counties in 39 states as disaster areas due to drought, or 71 percent of the United States,” yesterday’s update said. In an exclusive interview yesterday on ...
A Migration Survey shows Oregon is gaining population while the Northeast states are losing. WELCOME TO ALL OF YOU!!! United Van Lines does an annual migration study which tracks its customers moves to and from over the course of a year. For 2012, the states with the highest percentages of outbound movement were, in order, New Jersey, Illinois, West Virginia, New York and New Mexico. The District of Columbia had the highest percentage of people moving in, followed by Oregon, Nevada, North Carolina and South Carolina.
Thank you for supporting our petition to the President to stop education policies that promote mass school closings around the country (through programs like Race to the Top)We are live on the President's website now, and have signatures from 45 of 50 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D. C. So far, we have collected signatures from people from Arizona,South Carolina, Kansas, Delaware, Puerto Rico, Washington, D.C., Maine,Iowa, Oklahoma, Connecticut, New Mexico, Mississippi, Alaska, Nebraska, Louisiana, New Jersey,Massachusetts, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Tennessee, North Dakota, California, Florida, Georgia, Virginia, West Virginia, Oregon, Washington (state), Texas, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Kentucky, Montana, North Carolina, Michigan, New York, Nevada, Missouri, Ohio, Maryland, Utah, Arkansas, Oregon and Hawaii We also have a signature from South Korea. Since we have gone live, we have been collecting signatures at a rate of 140-150 a day. We need to get 1,400 a day in order to m ...
DID YOU KNOW: Not everyone in Congress voted to re-elect Boehner for Speaker of the House. The Republicans who did NOT vote for Boehner yesterday were: New arrivals Jim Bridenstine of Oklahoma, Tom Massie of Kentucky, Steve Stockman of Texas and Ted Yoho of Florida, Returning Congressional members Justin Amash of Michigan, Paul Broun of Georgia, Louie Gohmert of Texas, Tim Huelskamp of Kansas, Walter Jones of North Carolina, Raúl Labrador of Idaho, *** Mulvaney of South Carolina and Steve Pearce of New Mexico also voted no to re-electing Boehner. All others voted "Yes".
As my first campaign act, I'm calling for all people in all states to please listen for a moment: It has come to my attention that we are one of 36 states holding statewide elections on the same date in 2014. It also comes to me that 33 seats in the Class II senate are being contested that day,as well as ALL 435 seats to the 114th House of Congress. We want change, right? Well here's our chance, not only on the local and regional scale, but the national scale as well. The People Party is looking to recruit like-minded candidates for these positions. The following states are holding statewide elections on November 4, 2014: Alabama, Arizona, Nebraska, Arkansas, Maryland, Illinois, Hawaii, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York, Minnesota, California, Nevada, Kansas, Iowa, Maine, Idaho, Georgia, Alaska, Ohio, Massachusetts, Florida, New Mexico, Michigan, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Colorado, South Carolina, Vermont, Connecticut, Wyoming, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Texas, and South Dakota. Please message this p ...
Whew...the end of orders is in sight! Just a few more to design and a few more waiting for revisions and then I'll done until after the holidays :) In the past 10 days, I've shipped... -Baby Announcements to France -Wedding Thank Yous to Pennsylvania (x2), Iowa, Vermont, Ontario, California (x4), Illinois (x2), New Mexico, Australia (x3), Indiana, England (x2), North Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, Alberta (x2), Nova Scotia, Tennessee, Oregon, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Arizona, New Jersey, Wisconsin, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, Missouri & Nebraska (x2) -Save the Dates to North Dakota -Bachelorette Thank Yous to Alberta -Holiday Cards to Iowa (x6), Newfoundland, Illinois, North Dakota & Ohio -Bridal Shower Invitations to Georgia, Maryland & Pennsylvania -Extra Postcards to Newtown, Connecticut Speaking of which, please keep Newtown in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this terrible tragedy. In the words of our President, "Our hearts are broken today—for the parents and grandparen . ...
Shipped out to San Diego and New Mexico today! Monday blocks to Kansas City and South Carolina ! So excited and thankful for all the orders!
So conservatives are waging a war on women and they are racists. I wonder what Niki Haley, female governor of South Carolina, a minority from India, Jan Brewer, female governor of Arizona, Mary Fallen, governor of Oklahoma, Susan Martinez , female Governor of New Mexico (also a minority) would say about that? All republican woman, some minorities who were elected by republicans Or how about Mia Love: A mayor, Mormon, and a woman running for congress. And for those of you who think that being a Mormon is the same as being in a cult. Would you say the same thing about Harry Reid?
According to CNNs voting records not a single state in all of the nation has even 80% of voter turnout. The campaign and election is calculated one by one each sublease vote counts ram a stand do your research and your part as a partisan in the country, the people who benefit most from our government is each of us and if you as a person don't take the stand to vote for what you think is the right choice then what do you do to give back to the country that serves you? Hawaii - 48.8% West Virginia - 49.9% Arkansas - 52.5% Texas - 54.1% Oklahoma - 55.8% Utah - 56% Arizona - 56.7% Tennessee - 57% Nevada - 57% Kentucky - 57.9% South Carolina - 58% New York - 59% Indiana - 59.1% Alabama - 60.8% California - 60.9% New Mexico - 60.9% Mississippi - 61% Louisiana - 61.2% District of Columbia - 61.5% Rhode Island - 61.8% Kansas - 62% Georgia - 62.5% North Dakota - 62.7% Wyoming - 62.8% Nebraska - 62.9% Pennsylvania - 63.6% Illinois - 63.6% Idaho - 63.6% South Dakota - 64.7% North Carolina - 65.5% Delaware - 65.6% Fl ...
An estimated 49,000 undocumented immigrants live in New Mexico, and since the 2003 law (which then-Gov. Bill Richardson pushed through the New Mexico legislature), approving the issuance of driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants went into effect, some 80,000 licenses have been issued to foreign nationals, many of whom are NOT from the state. While New Mexican officials staunchly defend the validity and reliability of the documents used to obtain the card, current Gov. Susana Martinez said it opens a door for the possibility of fraud. But apparently only 31,000 times. In June 2012, 30 people were indicted in an alleged illegal driver's license ring where illegal immigrants from South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee came to New Mexico to get driver's licenses using fraudulent utility bills. Under the 2005 Real ID Act, the Federal Government requires proof of citizenship for a driver's license, and likely may not recognize other state ID's for purposes of entry onto federal facilities. A Department of ...
Jennifer Aniston wants to marry at Julia Roberts' ranch. The 43-year-old actress is hoping to pull off a surprise wedding at Julia's New Mexico home - similar to 'Gossip Girl' star Blake Lively's recent low-key South Carolina nuptials
Here is the reality. Michael A. Crowley, PE is the owner of Crowley & Associates, Inc. and was President and an owner of Crowley, Crisp & Associates, Inc. and Michael A. Crowley, PC. As President of Crowley & Associates, Inc., Mike is a lead designer of water supply, treatment and storage projects, regional sewage lift station design, and residential and commercial site development projects and is responsible for the management of the firm. Mike’s industry background includes over 20 years experience in the Civil Engineering field inclusive of executive level responsibilities in Marketing and Project Management. Prior to founding Michael A. Crowley, PC, Mike held positions with several engineering firms in North Carolina and Maine . Mike holds a B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering from University of Maine and a Master of Business Administration from Boston College . Mike is a member of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and holds professional registrations in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virgin ...
Artur Davis a former black Democratic Alabama congressman said that the Democrats don't have a Nikki Haley the first woman and minority an Indian American elected governor of South Carolina, Bobby Jindal the first Indian American elected governor of Louisiana, Susana Martinez the first Hispanic elected Governor of New Mexico and soon to be Congresswoman Mia Love of Utah a black female. Artur Davis goes on to say that these Republicans are elected from majority white districts and the Democrats have minority elected officials in office in districts that are heavy democratic and are of their own race.
Just wondering why any young woman would think that Governor Romney is not supportive of woman's rights when he has always surrounded himself with strong-minded young women such As Mia Love, Republican Mayor of a City in Utah, who has been receiving death threats after speaking at the RNC; Nikki Haley, Republican Gov of South Carolina, who state under her leadership enticed a large Corporation to invest in SC, with a promise of lower taxes, thus, more jobs for its residents; Sara Martinez, Republican Governor of New Mexico. I think its because Romney respects ALL Women whether their Blondes or Brunettes!!!
I think its pretty clear that we will soon have strong women candidates for President . Hilary will be ready in 2016 and the Republicans have strong candidates as governors of South Carolina and New Mexico. In fact if I were a Gop operative , I would give a long look at the Hispanic female Governor of New Mexico. But whoever emerges I will welcome the change us menfolk have pretty much taken the macho form as leadership as far as it will go . Margaret Thatcher ,Golda Meir and Indira Ghandi have all proven capable and I believe the womans touch may just be what we need to solve our disfunction.
A new study found that a person's self-reported happiness matches up with objective measures of state-level happiness. The results are based on an examination of two data sets, one that included personal reports of happiness for 1.3 million Americans and the other that included objective measures, such as how crowded that state is, air quality, home prices and other factors known to impact quality of life. Click here to learn more about the survey and what it means. Here are the 50 U.S. states (and the District of Columbia) in order of their well-being: 1. Louisiana 2. Hawaii 3. Florida 4. Tennessee 5. Arizona 6. Mississippi 7. Montana 8. South Carolina 9. Alabama 10. Maine 11. Alaska 12. North Carolina 13. Wyoming 14. Idaho 15. South Dakota 16. Texas 17. Arkansas 18. Vermont 19. Georgia 20. Oklahoma 21. Colorado 22. Delaware 23. Utah 24. New Mexico 25. North Dakota 26. Minnesota 27. New Hampshire 28. Virginia 29. Wisconsin 30. Oregon 31. Iowa 32. Kansas 33. Nebraska 34. West Virginia 35. Kentucky 36. Was ...
I want to take a moment to thank all my parents... I say that because, I am lucky to have sets of them!! And Because of my diverse family, I have seen... Sunsets in New Mexico that would make you cry, Foliage in West Virginia that takes your breath away, warms summer nights at Stone Mountain in Georiga, hot summer days at the pool in Texas, majestic Sun rises over the beaches of South Carolina, and finally a crazy combination of all the above in the wonder that is California! And that is just the places I have lived. Imagine if I would have told y'all about the places I have been!! So thank you to my parents for showing me the beauty of America, when life was simpler. With love, Dawn
A recent study commissioned by the Chronicle of Philanthropy revealed something that won’t surprise many people of faith: the more “religious” a state or region of the country, the more likely its people are to give generously to charity. Here are the top 10 most charitable states: 1. Utah 2. Mississippi 3. Alabama 4. Tennessee 5. South Carolina 6. Idaho 7. Arkansas 8. Georgia 9. North Carolina 10. Maryland All of the bottom five states are located in the New England area: Rhode Island (46), Massachusetts (47), Vermont (48), Maine (49) and New Hampshire (50). By the way, Texas ranks 13th behind Oklahoma and Louisiana. New Mexico ranks 22nd. Obviously, there are many generous people of faith in every state of the union, but the giving divide based upon religious commitment is still very telling. At a time when many are pushing for greater cultural secularization, the fact of the matter is that people of faith make for very good citizens – and very good humanitarians. They are generous and give wil ...
In no particular order.these are the 10 games I like right now for this weekends college action. Final picks will be displayed first thing in the a.m,but these 10 are looking tasty... Air Force +21.5 Central Florida +17.5 N.Carolina -8 Miami +7 Purdue +14.5 E.Carolina +22.5 Iowa St +4 New Mexico +38 UConn -5.5 Northwestern +3.5 These are the 10 I like and Im going to be honest and say that almost every single one of these dogs will win outright...Im thinking that this is going to be a record setting week for moneyline gamblers...Call me nuts but South Carolina and Texas are teams that could go down as 3TD or more favorites...(think arizona st knocking off Nebraska).
I just watched the second night of the Republican Convention. I'm not Republican or Democrat, I just want to quit voting for the lesser of two evils. Great speeches tonight. Mike Huckebee, Nicki Haley from South Carolina, Susana Martinez from New Mexico, Condoleeza Rice and Paul Ryan, plus Ann Romney last night. We owe it to ourselves to watch these conventions. Our futures are at stake here. I will watch the Democrat convention as well. We already know that Obama is a great speaker, let's see what his plan for change is 4 years later. We know people from Canada that come to the US for medical treatment on a cash basis because they can't get treatment in their country. Do we really want the government controlling our healthcare? I don't. I've come a long way in the last 20 years with my medical issues. And this is only one issue.
...they are dominated by blue. They like to paint us as racist and chauvinist, and yet I see some of the most inspiring speeches by black and hispanic FEMALE leaders of our party! I mean... just compare women like Condi Rice (madame Secretary) , Suzanna Martinez (Governor of New Mexico), Ann Romney (future First Lady of the United States), Christine Haley (South Carolina's governor), and yes you morons Sarah Palin! Who do you have to compare? Nancy Polosi? Shirley Chisum? Debbie Wasserman Shultz? Give me an ever loving break!
Ask Sharon Day who she thinks represents the future of the Republican Party, and she can't stop tossing out names: Gov. Nikki Haley of South Carolina, Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Senate candidate Ted Cruz of Texas, Gov. Susana Martinez of New Mexico, and particularly Gov. Chris Christie of New J...
Republicans really do hate women. Republicans would never, for example, choose a Sarah Palin to run for vice president. Republicans would never name Sandra Day O'Connor to the U.S. Supreme Court. Republicans would never elect a Nikki Haley governor of South Carolina. Republicans would never elect Kay Baily Hutchison a U.S. senator from Texas. Republicans would never choose a Condoleeza Rice to be secretary of state. Republicans would never allow a Susana Martinez to be Governor of New Mexico. If you have other examples of how Republicans hate women, please feel free to add them. But don't forget that Republicans, as a party, still don't have enough virtues to warrant the vote of the working and producing and creating people.
Top 5 states for broken iPhones are: Mississippi, New Mexico, Rhode Island, North Dakota and South Carolina.
Republican National Convention might be the best TV since the Olympics! And we MISS the Olympics! Marco Rubio will INTRODUCE Governor Romney. Chris Christie will be the KEYNOTE speaker. Jeb Bush, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, Nikki Haley of South Carolina, Susannah Martinez Governor of New Mexico, Governor John Kasich of Ohio, Governor Rick Scott of Florida.we ACTUALLY HAVE SUPERSTARS in the Republican Party! The Democrats have to resort to: Bill Clinton!
The spider Latrodectus geometricus, commonly known as the Mexican widow, grey widow, or geometric button spider, is one of the widow spiders in the genus Latrodectus. As such, it is a 'cousin' to the more famous Latrodectus mactans (black widow). The brown widow is found in parts of the southwestern, southern and Southeastern United States (including Florida, Alabama, California, Kansas, Oklahoma, Nevada, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio, Michigan, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas); outside of the U.S. there are reports in parts of Australia, Afghanistan, Japan,[1] Tanzania, South Africa and Cyprus.[citation needed] The origin of this species is uncertain, as specimens were independently discovered in both Africa and the Americas. They are usually found around buildings in tropical areas. In the city of San Diego, some people's yards may have 20-30 spiders in them. They also compete with native black widow spiders too. L. geometricus is generally lighter in col ...
Let's see now.RNC keynote speakers.former Secretary of State Condaleeza Rice, first female governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley.first female Governor of New Mexico, Susana Martinez...Mike Huckabee, John McCain . DNC keynote speakers.Julian Castro, San Antonio mayor (nicknamed Latino Obama).Bill Clinton."I did not have sex with that woman".Joe Biden...WTH?.Michelle Obama."this is the first time I have ever been proud of America".Barack Obama..."you didn't build that".and last but not least, Sandra Fluke...abortion activist, liberal activist law student... who is attempting to sue Catholic Universities to provide contraception to their female students. Fluke argued in favor of a private mandate for contraception coverage (tax payer dollars), to include institutions with moral objections to contraception. She said that during the time spent as a law student, birth control could cost $3,000 or more. She also stated that 40% of Georgetown Law School's female population suffered financial hardship as a resul ...
As for those who argue about God after pledging obedience to Him: the white Christians and Jews, their arguments will have no weight with their Lord: The Holy Bible, and His wrath will fall upon them: the white (Christians) United States government: Louisiana, Wisconsin, New York, Virginia, Alabama, Illinois, Mississippi, Colorado, Missouri, Idaho, Minnesota, Nevada, Wyoming, Texas, Ohio, North & South Carolina, Oregon, Michigan, Washington, Tennessee, California, Nebraska, Arizona, Kansas, Indiana, Florida, Montana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Maine, North & South Dakota, Georgia, West Virginia, Iowa, Utah, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Arkansas and others
Rebecca Jewell Caudill, 63, of Hazel Valley, Arkansas died Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at Washington Regional Medical Center of Fayetteville, Arkansas. She was born July 27, 1948 in Hobbs, New Mexico the daughter of Ann Couch and Jewell Turner. She loved reading books, especially her bible. She enjoyed gardening. She had lived in the Northwest Arkansas area for over 40 years after moving from New Mexico. She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister, Margaret Faye Allen. Rebecca is survived by three sons, Tim Caudill and his wife, Margaret, of Hazel Valley, Arkansas, Ray Caudill of Elm Springs, Arkansas, and Randy Caudill and his wife, Christa, of Hazel Valley, Arkansas; one bonus daughter, Tiffany Caudill, of Farmington, Arkansas; three brothers, Fred Turner and his wife, Katina, of South Carolina, Robby Turner and his wife, Tammy, of Oklahoma, and Ed Turner of Florida; five sisters, Patsy Thompson of Texas, Mary Poe and her husband, Walter, of Arkansas, Jo Hauser of Oklahoma, Nancy Nicholson and ...
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In memory of Hermann Hesse and Medgar Evers. Happy birthday, Richard Petty. Past July 2s: 1809: Shawnee Chief Tecumseh calls on all Indians to unite and resist the white settlers. 1843: An alligator falls from sky during a Charleston, South Carolina, thunderstorm. It landed Anson Street. (And you thought frogs and fish were bad!) 1937: Amelia Earhart last heard from and presumed lost in the South Pacific. 1942: On page six, the “New York Times” reports Germany’s mass extermination of 700,000 Jews, by use of poison gas. 1947: An object crashes near Roswell, New Mexico. U.S. Army Air Force later insists it is a weather balloon, but eyewitness accounts give rise to speculation it may be an alien spacecraft. 1964: President Lyndon Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act. 1976: North Vietnam and South Vietnam are reunited. 1979: Susan B. Anthony dollar is issued, first U.S. coin to honor a woman. 1982: Vietnam vet Larry Walters climbs aboard an aluminum lawn chair in Southern California, equipped with 42 weat ...
BUT WE REALLY KNEW THIS, DIDN'T WE. Harvard economist Seth Stephens-Davidowitz conducted an interesting study on racials views and voting. Eschewing traditional easy-to-manipulate survey methods where one tends not to say what one is really thinking and mining online searches where people are usually alone and less likely to censor their thoughts, he found a direct connection between voting against Obama in 2008 and racially tinged online searches, as found in state/county election results. Since 2008 he found the term "Obama" mixed in with most racially-tinged online seraches. States with the most racial/Obama animus? Surprise: West Virgina, Lousiana, Mississippi, Texas, Kentucky, Alabama, South Carolina, Arkansas. What is really surprising is some normally racially tolerant states had pockets of this kind of thinking and pattern: south Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, Northern New Jersey and parts of Michigan. Least prejudicial: Hawaii, Colorado, Utah, Minnesota, New Mexico and DC. The data suggested ...
Some of Savannah River Site's most contaminated Cold War nuclear waste will leave South Carolina this month under a new program to export plutonium to New Mexico.
I don't actually have a problem with marrying your cousin - maybe because, as the son of two only-children, I don't have any cousins - but I do feel like calling out North Carolingians on the incoherence of their various marriage laws, because: It is in fact legal in North Carolina to marry your first cousin, as it is in 20 states: Alabama, Alaska, CA, Colorado, Connecticut, DC, FLA, Georgia, Hawai'i, Maryland, Massachusetts, NJ, New Mexico, NY, NC, poor little Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, the Green Mountain State of Vermont, and sweet Virginia. In NC it is not legal, by the way, to enter into double-cousin marriages, whatever they are. Generally speaking, states that outlaw cousin-marriage respect the legality of cousins married in cousin-loving states.
Round four of Weird State Laws ensures that I will never be moving to North Carolin for fear of being arrested, but may consider Rhode Island for piece of mind. New Mexico: Females may not appear unshaven in public. New York: While riding in an elevator, you must talk to no one, fold your hands, and look toward the door. North Carolina: It’s against the law to sing off-key. North Dakota: It’s illegal to lie down and fall asleep with your shoes on. Ohio: You must honk the horn whenever you pass another car, according to the state’s driver’s education manual. Oklahoma: It’s forbidden to take a bite out of another person’s hamburger. Oregon: State law requires dishes to be drip-dried. Pennsylvania: It’s illegal to sleep on top of a refrigerator outdoors. Rhode Island: You may not bite off another person’s leg. South Carolina: If a man promises to marry an unmarried woman, he is required by law to keep his promise.
Heading back on the road tomorrow. Joe Martin (Arkansas), Gila (New Mexico), U.S. Pro (South Carolina),... Looking forward to early morning coffee and eating with greasy hands. Will miss riding the motorcycle and playing my Strat at home but I will be re-united with my number one mtb. How I've missed my Santa Cruz. My old Kona is fine but the Cruz is so sweet.
Do you live in DELAWARE, MASSACHUSETTS, Rhode Island, DC, North or South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia, Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Hawaii, Maine, Alaska, Nebraska, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, Kansas, Minnesota, Nevada, Jew Jersey, Tennessee, Louisiana, Wisconsin and Wyoming. If you or anyone you know live in one of these states we need to chat!
Five years ago today the Sweat Farm Road fire started. This became the last wildfire in Georgia's history. One point during the fire there was 5,000 firefighters trying to contain it. They came from Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Vermont, Maine, Maryland, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Oklahoma, Arkansas, New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada, Montana, Utah, Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Apache Nation, Comanche Nation, and Canada. Also there was 500 from Georgia Dept. of Corrections (aka prisoners). Depending on the way the wind is blowing it effected air traffic from Montreal Canada to Rio de Janeiro Brazil.
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