South Carolina & West Virginia

South Carolina is a state in the Southeastern United States. West Virginia is a state in the Appalachian and Southeastern regions of the United States, bordered by Virginia to the southeast, Kentucky to the southwest, Ohio to the northwest, Pennsylvania to the northeast and Maryland to the east. 5.0/5

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there's a north and South Dakota, a north and South Carolina, why the F is there not an east and West Virginia
Miss., Arkansas, Alabama, South Carolina, West Virginia, New Mexico...all the poorest states
Youth unemployment rates range from 17.4% in West Virginia and 16.2% in South Carolina to only 4.5% in North Dakota
Alabama, West Virginia, Mississippi, Tennessee and South Carolina have the highest percentage of evangelicals in the US
so far I've been to Florida, West Virginia, North Carolina, Virginia, Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, and Georgia 💀
It will look a lot better than ur racist West Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama.etc
Another mild December day here in Charleston, South Carolina...I mean, West Virginia.
I've been to Michigan, Tennessee, Indiana, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and more 😘😘
there's also Georgia Tech, Oregon, Baylor/West Virginia, then in the SEC: LSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Auburn
Went through Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland in one day. I been in the car too long 😭😤😂
South Dakota, Alabama, Mississippi, Montana, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina worst states for diabetes - >14% people have it
WUA - 24 States fighting Obama illegal amnesty. including Florida We can NOT AFFORD Obama’s mess. BREAKING: 7 MORE States Join Texas to Fight Obama… Here’s the Full List Friday, December 12th, 2014 The opposition to President Barack Obama’s illegal amnesty plan is growing. Now comes news that seven more states have signed on to a legal challenge of the president’s dictate. The list of states now stands at 24: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin. “More than 20 states have joined our challenge against the president’s unilateral executive action to bypass Congress and rewrite immigration laws,” Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, who will become the state’s governor this January, stated in a press release cited by Townhall. “The president’s proposed executive decree violates the ...
Let's help Dark Side of the Full Moon have at least one showing in every state...here's the list of states they haven't heard from yet...Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming...Know someone there? Share the "Request a Screening" link with them. Thanks!
Happy Thanksgiving to all of my family and friends. Today our family is gathering together in Florida, South Carolina, West Virginia, Hampton Roads and here in Grottoes Va. We may not be together in one location but know that you are in my thoughts. Love You =)
When Alpha Natural Resource’s coal, dug from Appalachian mines, arrived at a South Carolina power plant this year, it saw a cheaper cousin from abroad eating its lunch. More than 335,000 tons of coal from Alpha’s mines in Kentucky and West Virginia rolled along about 400 miles of railroad tracks to…
A number of radio stations in: Virginia / Arkansas / Kentucky / Alabama / North Carolina / Carolina / Indianna / Texas / Tennessee / Kansas / New York / West Virginia / Ohio / Mississippi / California / Georgia / Florida / Maine / Missouri and South Carolina are now playing 'My father's House' - If you are in those states, I would love for you to call your local and ask for a spin! Thanks Peter
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.
Let me get this straight.the party of old white people did the following last night: 1. First female governor in West Virginia history 2. First female governor of Oklahoma re-elected 3. Handicapped individual elected governor of Texas 4. First female Senator from Iowa 5. First black Senator from the South since reconstruction 6. First female governor of South Carolina re-elected Meanwhile: 1. Joe Biden "outed" the Kansas "independent" during early voting yesterday. Got to love Joe. 2. Democrats already calling Tim Scott an "uncle Tom" 3. The other candidate for Texas Governor found out that voters don't appreciate "pro-death" and mocking of handicapped individuals
Would any of my more liberal friends care to explain that IF Republicans are engaged in a "War on Women" and "don't want African Americans", then WHY is the 1st female senator from West Virginia a woman and the 1st African American Senator from South Carolina a Republican? Only REAL answers to these questions, please, as I am respectful of your right to be a Democrat, please respect my right to be a card-carrying Republican and let's keep it civil.
LETS GO ALL YOU REPUBLICANS, LETS GO... Republicans Gain Three Seats from Dems As polling centers start shutting their doors to voters, results have begun to surface and announce who will be claiming their seat on the Senate floor. And the GOP is half way towards claiming victory as the Senate majority with West Virginia being turned over to Republican Shelley Moore Capito, Arkansas's Tom Cotton unseating Democrat Mark Pryor, and Gov. Mike Rounds claiming formerly Democrat South Dakota. The party now needs a net gain of three seats to claim ruling over the floor. According to the Associate Press, early results have announced Republicans Mitch McConnell of Kentucky as well as Tim Scott and Lindsay Graham of South Carolina as winners of their respective states. Republicans have also taken victories in Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, and Maine, while Democrats hold on New Jersey, Rhode Island, Illinois, Michigan, Delaware and Massachusetts. The race is projected to see the Democratic Party ...
Dance at National Convention!! So far met people from Montana, South Carolina, Texas, Indiana, and West Virginia, y'all should make new buds
California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington State and Wisconsin, plus the District of Columbia are all at the Party. Alaska, Arizona, Kansas, North Carolina, Montana, South Carolina, West Virginia and Wyoming are on either on their way or parking the car.
Today in the WBTS, September 30th 1861 Operation against Indians from Camp Robledo, the New Mexico Territory 1862: Beginning of a four day Federal operation aimed at destroying Confederate salt works along the Savannah River in Georgia. Skirmishes near Louisville, Ressellville and Glasgow, Kentucky. Federal reconnaissance from Rienzi, Mississippi, to the Hatchie River. Skirmishes near Warrensburg and others in Scotland and Boone Counties, Missouri. Beginning of a month long Federal expedition from Fort Ruby, the Nevada Territory, to Camp Douglas, the Utah Territory. Beginning of a fourteen day Federal expedition from Hilton Head, South Carolina, to Saint John’s Bluff, Florida. Skirmish at Goodlettsville, Tennessee. Skirmish near Glenville, West Virginia. Following the battle of Pea Ridge (March 1862) most Confederate and Union troops withdrew from northwestern Arkansas and southwestern Missouri. By late summer, Confederates returned to the area, unsettling civilians and generals alike in nearby Federall ...
PLEASE SHARE Hi my name is Hannah Patton my maiden name is Hannah Casto I was born on Jan. 22 1992 at women and children's hospital in charleston West Virginia i am now 22 years old married and have a beautiful son I was adopted at birth by Vicki and Kevin Casto I've always known I was adopted but when I turned 18 I got a lot more information about my adoption including my birth mothers name (Laura Dufore) I chose a few years ago to look for my birth mother out of curiosity and found her Marraige records in Lincoln county West Virginia and found out she was married with a son prior to my birth I also found out she moved to South Carolina but am not sure if she still currently lives there I got cold feet and stopped looking in fear of the fact I would interrupt her current life especially if no one knew about me I've prepared myself for every scenario that could come from finding her and would completely understand if she does not want me in her life my search started because I had my son and wanted to kno ...
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.
To all you who talk in a southern accent but just so happen to live in Michigan ( 1,051 miles from Florida; 1,067 miles from Georgia; 741 miles from Maryland; 853 miles from North Carolina; 930 miles from South Carolina; 801 miles from Virginia; 662 miles from West Virginia; 804 miles from Delaware; 937 miles from Alabama; 550 miles from Kentucky; 988 miles from Mississippi; 711 miles from Tennessee; 863 miles from Arkansas; 1,172 miles from Louisiana; 1,075 miles from Oklahoma; and 1,379 miles from Texas ) .we all hate it or at least I do, you sound annoying and repulsive. But it's whatever lol.
I vote for South Carolina - Clemson and Florida - Florida State. Also, Alabama - West Virginia really intrigues me with fast O
Today in the WBTS, August 13, 1861 Skirmish near Grafton, West Virginia 1862 Skirmishes at Medon and Gallitan, Tennessee Skirmish at Yellow Creek, Missouri Engagement at Black River, South Carolina Skirmish at Orange Court House, Virginia. Robert E. Lee issues orders in preparation for the Army of Northern Virginia's movement north to engage John Pope's [US] Army of Virginia Confederate invasion of Kentucky begins. Confederate General Edmund Kirby Smith begins an invasion of Kentucky as part of a Confederate plan to draw the Yankee army of General Don Carlos Buell away from Chattanooga, Tennessee, and to raise support for the Southern cause in Kentucky. Smith led 10,000 troops out of Knoxville, Tennessee, on August 14 and moved toward the Cumberland Gap—the first step in the Confederate invasion of Kentucky. After a Federal force evacuated the pass in the face of the invasion, Smith continued north. On August 30, he encountered a more significant force at Richmond, Kentucky. In a decisive battle, the .. ...
Congratulations to SC's Keenan Huskey, who is the Boys Champion of the Trusted Choice Big I National Championship this past week in West Virginia. He starts college at the University of South Carolina later this month, and will play on their golf team.
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Went through Jersey, PA, Virginia, West Virginia, Mayland, North and South Carolina and now in Georgia. Next stop Florida for 2 1/2 weeks
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 ...
Congratulations to Virginia, Maryland on legalizing *** marriage with West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina to follow. Regardless of your beliefs, all Americans are given the rights to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness as long as those rights do not infringe on the rights of others. Social justice for all is a step towards a better tomorrow.
UPDATE: Federal Appeals Court Strikes Down Virginia Same-Sex Marriage Ban This ruling is the second from a federal appellate court since last year's victory in the Supreme Court. Unless it is reversed, the decision will pave the way for the freedom to marry throughout the 4th Circuit, including in North Carolina, South Carolina, and West Virginia.
BREAKING: Fourth Circuit Court Of Appeals STRIKES DOWN Virginia's Marriage Ban Via USA Today: A federal appeals court panel in Virginia became the second one this summer to strike down a state ban against same-sex marriage Monday, making it more likely that the Supreme Court will settle the issue as early as next year. The three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Richmond ruled 2-1 that *** men and *** have a constitutional right to marry that is paramount to state marriage laws. The Circuit Court has jurisdiction over Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. The panel's decision can be appealed to the full court or to the Supreme Court. Like the first appeals court panel to rule on the issue this year in Utah and Oklahoma, the three-judge panel was deeply divided, but the swing judge -- in this case Henry Floyd, who was named to the bench by George W. Bush and elevated to the Circuit Court by President Obama in 2011 -- came down on the sid ...
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E-mail from Newsmax.com: 6. Southern Retirees Most Reliant on Social Security At least 27 percent of retirees ages 65 and over rely on Social Security for 90 percent or more of their family income in 11 U.S. states — all of them south of the Mason-Dixon Line. That's a sobering statistic considering that the average monthly Social Security benefit as of December 2013 was just $1,294 — barely more than a person would earn working 40-hour weeks for the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour. The largest percentage of retirees relying on benefits for at least 90 percent of their family income is in Tennessee, 32.7 percent, according to figures from 2010 to 2012. The rate is also above 30 percent in Mississippi (30.8), Arkansas (30.7), and Georgia (30.6), the AARP Public Policy Institute disclosed. Other states where the rate is at least 27 percent are Louisiana, North Carolina, Kentucky, South Carolina, West Virginia, Alabama, and Florida. The lowest rate is in Alaska, where just 14.5 percent of retirees ...
West Virginia has been great but South Carolina is going to be better!
Remember the good old days when we sent people to Washington to steal as much money as they could from other states and send it back to us homefolks? Some people were great at it. There isn't a rock in West Virginia that isn't named for the late Robert Byrd. Or his wife. To this day, thanks to old Bob, WV gets $2.22 back for every dollar its denizens send to Washington. South Carolina only gets $1.35 back for every buck of tax revenue but it has eight major military bases that bring in about $16 billion a year. But, by far the nation's biggest welfare queen is Mississippi, which gets a staggering $3.07 for every penny it sends to DC. You would think that that would make Thad Cochran the most popular man in Mississippi but he appears to be about to lose his long-held seat to a Tea Party guy who has pledged to go to Washington to clean up this wasteful spending mess. He plans to do this right after he cleans up the mess from having one of his aides caught in a nursing home photographing Cochran's wife ...
WOW booking dates for October from October 4th- October 18th on East Coast...Oct 4th-12th Virginia/Washington/West Virginia area. Oct 13th-October 19th North Carolina/South Carolina and Atlanta. Message wowif interested! Hopefully see you on the courts!
I'm so excited for the Miss USA pageant and have compiled my list. After much deliberation and viewing of prelim photos I have came up with my top 20. I am probably wrong on some. Here goes: Wisconsin, Alabama, Texas, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Hawaii, Florida, Minnesota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, West Virginia, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Missouri, Nevada, Utah, North Dakota, California, and Connecticut. No particular order of course. Lol
Say a prayer for me and my sisters and my sister in law as we are traveling today and tomorrow to South Carolina to see her and be with her family as she has surgery.. I am traveling by my self today so I need prayers...I gol lost once in Fort Wayne and am now in Lima...hope to get to West Virginia before dark...Thanks again for your prayers...I love you all!
Revised: FIFTY NEW CONFEDERATE REMAINS were found here last year in Lynchburg, Virginia about a 30 minute drive from a church I use to pastor, and now another 35-40 unmarked Confederate graves were unearthed. Think about this. Were these graves of Jews in Germany, Poland, or France this news would be on the front pages of every newspaper in the world "affirming a noted genocide and a holocaust"; instead, finds like this one are in the countries of Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Arizona, Texas, Maryland, West Virginia, etc. Here as in Oakwood the USA and city governments oppose us placing appropriate grave markers lawfully required to be provided by the Federal Government of the USA, because these were people who opposed U.S. tyranny. Each time this happens there should be a huge wave of guilt flooding the USA for its genocide and ethnic cleansing of the Southern States, instead there are only rare voices of true dissent that do not get p ...
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MAN WHAT A TRIP - The Marching Cobras had a excellent weekend and we made it lol. Lets recap ! Thursdsy we departed from Dobbs Ferry NY and travel 9 hours to West Virginia in the crazy rain. We checked in are college dorms and went to a cool pool party with other band members from Jamaica and Mexico. Friday we did a parade and a cool late night show on main street. Saturday we did and Parade and met bands from, Canada, South Carolina, and much more. Saturday evening we closed out the festival with a stage performance. We departed from West Virginia at 7:00pm and travel in the night with are cool coach bus driver Daryl he got us into New York by 4:00am sharp. The band then took a small nap and prepared for are 8:30am show in Yonkers SPRAIN BROOK PARK Walk-A-Thon which was awesome. Then lastly although we were tired and sleepy we finshed are day in Connecticut at the freddie fixer parade at 1:30pm we met Imperial Thunder , Vincent Smith, and also met the director of the famous Blue Steel Drumline, we als .. ...
Jalen Christian is done with recruiting, and if the activity around his school in recent weeks is any indication, he’ll likely be playing in the SEC next year. While he’s the No. 3-ranked player in Maryland, it appears he’ll be leaving ACC country and coming to South Carolina. Christian is a do-everything style cornerback/wide receiver who runs the 40-yard dash around 4.5 seconds. His finalists include the Gamecocks, Kentucky, Maryland, Wisconsin and West Virginia. He has said repeatedly he’d like to play offense. The activity around campus has been two on-campus visits by two different South Carolina coaches–G.A. Mangus and Steve Spurrier Jr.–in just the past two weeks. Christian (5-10/165) is rated a four-star prospect and the No. 145 prospect in America. He had 610 receiving yards last year at Damascus High School in Maryland. He’ll go public with his decision at 2 p.m. today.
There were at least 40 interruptions from the judges hearing the same-sex marriage case. What these three judges decide will not only affect Virginia, but also North and South Carolina, West Virginia and Maryland.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments Tuesday on a judge’s February ruling striking down Virginia’s ban on *** marriage. North Carolina, South Carolina and West Virginia also prohibit *** marriage and are part of the 4th Circuit. A ruling affirming the judge's decision could help strike down bans in those states, as well. MORE:
On This Day: Saturday May 10, 2014 This is the 130th day of the year, with 235 days remaining in 2014. Holidays Feast day of St. Catald, St. Conleth, Saints Gordian and Epimachus, St. Antoninus, St. Alphius, St. Calepodius, St. Solange, and St. John of Avila. Micronesia: National Day (1979). Singapore: Vesak Day (Buddha's entry into Nirvana). Guatemala, Mexico: Mother's Day. North Carolina, South Carolina: Confederate Memorial Day. Events 1503 - Christopher Columbus discovered the Cayman Islands. 1775 - Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys captured the British-held fortress at Ticonderoga, New York. 1865 - Union forces captured Confederate President Jefferson Davis, in Georgia. 1869 - A golden spike was driven at Promontory, Utah, marking the completion of the first transcontinental railroad in the United States. 1872 - Victoria Woodhull became first woman nominated for U.S. president. 1908 - The first Mother's Day observance took place during church services in Grafton, West Virginia and P ...
State police activated the Amber Alert system late Friday night for two boys missing from New Jersey who may be headed to South Carolina or West Virginia.
May 8, 2014 Nunez picks USC Chris Clark GamecockCentral.com Recruiting Analyst Kennesaw (Ga.) Harrison four-star quarterback Lorenzo Nunez announced a commitment to South Carolina via social media on Thursday evening. Nunez can make plays with his arm or legs The 6-foot-2, 190-pounder chose the Gamecocks over NC State and also held scholarship offers during the recruiting process from Clemson, Kentucky, Maryland, Miami, Nebraska, Ohio State, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and West Virginia. Nunez, recruited to South Carolina by quarterbacks coach G.A. Mangus, made his first visit to Columbia on April 12 for USC's annual Garnet and Black Game. That trip put USC into serious contention after Mangus identified Nunez as an offer in the weeks prior. The dual-threat capabilities that Nunez brings to the field held intrigue for the Gamecock offensive staff, and one of the biggest reasons that the pick was ultimately USC for Nunez was because of the Gamecocks' offensive style. "They like about my game that I can extend t ...
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Today in OUR Story in Amerika - April 12 * "1787 - Richard Allen and Absalom Jones organize Philadelphia's Free African Society which W.E.B. Du Bois refers to, over a century later, "the first wavering step of a people toward a more organized social life." 1825 - Richard Harvey Cain is born in Greenbrier County, Virginia (now part of West Virginia). He will become an AME minister, an AME bishop, publisher, a member of the South Carolina Senate, member of the U.S. House of Representatives, and a founder of Paul Quinn College in Waco, Texas. He will join the ancestors on January 18, 1887. 1861 - The Civil War begins as Confederate troops attack Fort Sumter, South Carolina. 1864 - Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest captures Fort Pillow, Tennessee, and massacres the inhabitants, sparing, the official report says, neither soldier nor civilian, African American nor white, male or female. The fort is defended by a predominantly African American force. 1869 - The North Carolina legislature passes anti-Kla ...
The Shawnee or Shawnee nation (Shaawanwaki, Ša˙wano˙ki and Shaawanowi lenaweeki[2]) are an Algonquian-speaking people native to North America. In colonial times they were a semi-migratory Native American nation, at times inhabiting areas spanning present-day Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Western Maryland, South Carolina, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, and Pennsylvania in the United States. They were removed to Indian Territory west of the Mississippi River in the 1830s. Today the three federally recognized Shawnee tribes: Absentee-Shawnee Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma, Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, and Shawnee Tribe, are all headquartered in Oklahoma. The United Remnant Band of the Shawnee Nation is a state-recognized tribe based in Ohio, where it has bought some land. Contents 1 History 1.1 Shawnee mound builder origins 1.2 17th century 1.3 18th century 1.4 Tecumseh's War and the War of 1812 1.5 Aftermath 2 Social and kinship groups 2.1 Shawnee in Ohio and other states 3 Flags of the Shawnee 4 Coin ...
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"!)
So I've been thinking, coming from West Virginia and moving to South Carolina was a huge change, in not only climate, but people, the overall way of life, and most importantly attitude toward life. First I would like to say I have basically come from one extreme to the other. I'm not saying that I had a bad life in WV, I had a good life, my parents are amazing and gave me a great life, but what I am getting at here is, even though I lived well, I also lived around massive amounts of poverty. Living around it, I didn't pay much attention to it, it was always there, a way of life sadly for so many in WV. I moved on August 14th, 2013. Its been 7 months and 15 days. Just over a half a year! Kinda crazy to think that at first. Back to my original topic, after moving here, just a short time after I started working again I realized the way of life here is a complete flip as to what it was in WV. At first I will be honest I personally was a little set back by it. Oh wait what do they call that? CHANGE! Keep t ...
Here is my update for the last 10 days, 4,853 miles and the following states. Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Delaware and West Virginia. By the way I leave in the morning for Lansing Michigan
Last fact: I'm never going to live in Alabama, Idaho, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, West Virginia, or Wisconsin
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Lawmakers in several American states are hoping to ban abortions after 20 weeks. Bills in Mississippi, South Carolina and West Virginia have been hurtling through state legislatures and are likely to become law. These bans, which do not include exceptions for rape or incest, would join 13 others in Republican states, mostly in the South and Midwest
We are at the Halfway Point of Recyclemania at Reinhardt University. How are we doing in the 5 categories we are competing in Nationwide? Food Service Organics Category in the Country ahead of UGA, University of Alabama, South Carolina, Clemson, Tennessee and Oregon State. Per Capita Classic Categoryin the Country ahead of Georgia Southern, University of Kansas and Utah, West Virginia, UNlV, and Utah State. Gorilla Category we are doing good ahead of several schools and we have Recycled a total of 2900 Pounds which is awesome!!! In the Waste Minimization and Grand Champion Category we are at the bottom but we have 4 weeks to improve!!! Help RU Green Recycle 1000 pounds a week till the end of the contest so we can move up in the Contest! Check out the results below at www.recyclemaniacs.org
I am in Atlanta now. Left Pennsylvania this morning and drove through Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, to Atlanta what a day.
Columbia Classical Ballet -- Eleven dancers from the Columbia Classical Ballet take the stage Friday March 7th and Saturday, March 8th with the Charleston Ballet to bring the West Virginia premiere of "La Bayadere The Temple Dancer" to Charleston. Dancers in the full-length ballet, set in exotic India, portray the story of a love triangle between a temple dancer, a noble warrior and the beautiful daughter of a wealthy man. Choreographed to a score by Minkus, "La Bayadere" was first performed in 1877. Its second act is one of the most well known in ballet repertoire. Several of the dancers with the Columbia Classical Ballet in South Carolina are natives of Japan, Korea, the Ukraine and Hungary and bring an international flair to the performance. "This is a really big ballet. It's the first time it's been performed in this state," said Charleston Ballet director Kim Pauley. "La Bayadere" will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Charleston Civic Center Theater. Tickets are $20 for adults and ...
Please pray for my daughter again as she has her first round of Chemo today. As most of you know, we found out earlier yesterday that she does have stage 3 Hepatoblastoma. It's a pediatric cancer of the liver. Thankfully it's only in her liver and hasn't spread, but the severity of it most likely will force the doctors to have to do a liver transplant after 2 rounds, or 6 weeks, of chemotherapy. Many people have asked me if we need anything. My honest answer is I don't know right now. I do know we need prayer. So far we know of people praying for us in Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Kentucky, Arkansas, Alaska, California, Texas, Illinois, New Jersey, Kansas, Minnesota, West Virginia, Virginia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, Argentina, Mexico, England, Israel, Belgium, New Zealand, and Brazil.(if I left you off the list please let me know, see the updated list below). My plea to everyone here is to get the word out to somebody in every state and country possible. Ask t ...
Modibo and I, together, have been to Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania in 3 days...we almost made it to New Jersey to drop this load. We are suppose to get another load in New Jersey to deliver to Mississippi tomorrow. I am so tired !!!
December 11, 1863- The Federal bombardment resumes on Fort Sumter and surrounding batteries in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. An ammunition magazine is breached, exploding and killing 11 and wounding 41. Still no surrender. Averall's Federal cavalry continue the West Virginia raid on railroads and at Big Sewell and Meadow Bluff. The annual report and review by Confederate Secretary of War, James Seddon admits the current hardships facing the Confederate cause. Military defeats in Mississippi & Tennessee were costly. The Southern army's military readiness continues to suffer setbacks as desertion, straggling & absenteeism increases. The Secretary recommends a repeal of the current draft substitute and exemption policy.
I'm thinking Myrtle Beach South Carolina for 2014 vacation...with a scenic drive on route 39 through West Virginia and Virginia .sound good?
Well, the following is a list of people that I support for the US Senate in 2014: Joe Miller for Alaska, Owen Hill of Colorado, Paul Broun of Georgia, Sam Clovis of Iowa, Milton Wolf of Kansas, Matt Bevin of Kentucky, Rob Maness of Louisiana, Champ Edmunds of Montana, Ben Sasse of Nebraska, Greg Bannon of North Carolina, Jim Inhofe of North Carolina, Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma, Lee Bright in election 1 of South Carolina, Tim Scott in election 2 of South Carolina, Annette Bosworth of South Dakota, Pat McGeehan of West Virginia, and Mike Enzi of Wyoming. I have reviewed all these candidates and have given them my full seal of approval. Some might not be perfect, but as candidates go, I find them to be the best in their respective fields.
I could easily live in West Virginia, South Carolina or Georgia. I'm just that kinna person.
Reviewing: Tech competed with Baylor until the second half, lost big. Texas stayed close to Ok St, until second half, lost big. Duke upset "the U" Miami. Florida, with its worst season in this millenium, edged by South Carolina. So, Gamecocks, not that great, either. Louisville beat Houston, darn it. Stanford lost to USC, so that's a mess in the ratings now. Kansas beat West Virginia, so that ends the Jayhawks long conference losing streak. Ohio State, no problem. Florida State, no problem. Michigan State pulled away from Nebraska. And, Michigan needed triple overtime to beat Northwestern. And that's football, today.
So 7 surprising things about me...thanks Christina Rich for the challenge 󾬖 I can't recall ever wanting children but ALWAYS wanted nieces and nephews to spoil. I've been blessed to have several of each - but I am closest to Zach Dindinger and Maddy Toomer - true miracles in my life. LeAnne Schwab I claim you as a niece of my heart as well and have enjoyed this last year immensely! - at 16 I set a goal to drive in all 50 states - just 12 to go. Alaska was the first and I still need to go to: Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, South Carolina, Alabama, West Virginia, Ohio, New York and Michigan.road trip anyone? the number of degrees I have in fields I was briefly intrigued with. What will my fourth degree be...that is a current dilemma - choices to make by January. when I meet people they fall in 4 categories. Family, Work and Relay - the amazing friends that straddle the 3 have become the best of friends and make up the fourth. You know who you are and what you h ...
Duke is 7-2.  The Blue Devils end their season with Miami, at Wake Forest, and at North Carolina.  Duke can win each game.  What? David Cutcliffe is the greatest coach since, well, Steve Spurrier.  Spurrier is the last coach to lead the Blue Devils to an ACC championship. Wednesday, November 13 is a big day for the MAC.  Ball State (9-1) visits Northern Illinois(9-0).  The Huskies have an outside chance of making the Bowl Championship Series’ games. Undefeated Baylor gets their first meaningful win this week and defeats Oklahoma convincingly.  Oregon loses to Stanford.  Alabama destroys a good LSU team. 1.  Alabama (Texas A&M, LSU) 1.  Baylor (Oklahoma) 1.  Florida State (Clemson) 1.  Ohio State (Wisconsin) 5.  Auburn (Loss to LSU) 5.  Clemson (Loss to Florida State) 5.  Michigan State (Loss to Notre Dame) 5.  Missouri (Loss to South Carolina) 9.  Central Florida (Loss to South Carolina) 9.  Louisville (Loss to Central Florida) 9.  Oklahoma State (Loss to West Virginia) 9.  Oregon ( ...
The Cabell Midland Marching Band represented WV in South Carolina by doing the state formation this afternoon ON Myrtle Beach before their competition. They were celebrating the 150th birthday of West Virginia! LIKE or SHARE this to show support for these kids who represented our state with pride! — with Christina Nestor and 2 others.
Hello All, VOLUNTEER In case you are not aware, the Autumn Blast Tournament is less than 2 weeks away; November 9&10. There are 100 teams participating. Teams are coming from West Virginia, Virginia, South Carolina & North Carolina. That is 35 teams MORE than last year. We need your help!! VOLUNTEER PLEASE This tournament is the clubs MAJOR fund raiser. It benefits everyone because it helps to keep our costs down. A VOLUNTEER can be anyone who would like to donate some time, including high school students. Most jobs all relatively easy: Team Check In – review all material that the visiting teams need to provide for the event; a check in sheet is provided. Friday 11/8 Noon to 4 PM at club Office; 5:30 – 8:30 PM at *** s Sporting Goods Parking Lot – show folks at Henry Fork where the open spaces are available Field Marshall – collect scores from referees & have water available for them. Neill Clark & Henry Fork Runners – collect scores from Field Marshalls Set up & Clean Up – Saturday 7 AM ...
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.
Elvis Has Left The Building By: Jason C. Marshall On October 17, 2013 the Tug Valley Arts Council and the Rose G. Smith Theater were graced by the presence of the King, aka. Donny Edwards. A career impersonator, Donny has performed at casinos, theaters, conventions, and on cruises. He is known internationally and has won a multitude of awards for his performances. A talented performer, Donny sang songs from varying periods of Elvis’ career. Over the course of the evening, he sang such hits as “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me,” “In The Ghetto,” “Kentucky Rain,” “Blue Suede Shoes,” “How Great Thou Art,” “Shake Rattle and Roll,” “Hound Dog,” and “Viva Las Vegas,” amongst others. The show started at 7:00pm and ran till almost 9:30pm. The crowd was enthusiastic, and packed out the theater. There were guests from as far away as Ohio, South Carolina, and Morgantown, West Virginia. The audience was great and made the show that much more enjoyable as they cheered, clapp ...
05:00 PM ET What does it say that most of the 10 poorest states are Republican? FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty: As the Republican race for the White House heats up, here's something the GOP can't be too comfortable with: Most of the 10 poorest states in the country are Republican. Mississippi is the poorest... followed by Arkansas, Tennessee, West Virginia, Louisiana, Montana, South Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama and North Carolina. And the list doesn't even include Texas, where Rick Perry is governor and one in five people lives in poverty. In a piece on CNN.com, Roland Martin writes Republicans expect to win all 10 of these states in 2012, although President Obama won North Carolina by a slim margin in 2008 and West Virginia is usually considered a Democratic state. Martin points out that despite the red-leanings in these states, you don't hear so much from Republicans about poverty. In fact the word "poor" has barely come up at the GOP debates thus far. The only exceptions were: – Rick Santorum discussing wel ...
Oct. 15, 1988 No. 4 Notre Dame def. No. 1 Miami (Fla.), 31-30 South Bend, Ind. No. 4 Notre Dame and top-ranked and defending National Champion Miami (Fla.) headed into the game with perfect records in 1988 under Hall of Fame coaches Lou Holtz (William & Mary, North Carolina State, Arkansas, Minnesota, Notre Dame, South Carolina) and Jimmy Johnson (Oklahoma State, Miami (Fla.)). The game was closely contested, with the teams trading scores and the lead. A Miami touchdown with 45 seconds remaining put the Hurricanes down by one, and Johnson opted to go for the win with a two-point conversion. However, the two-point pass was knocked down, giving Notre Dame a one-point victory and snapping Miami’s 37-regular season game win streak. The Hurricanes went 11-1 on the season, earning a 23-3 Orange Bowl victory over No. 6 Nebraska and HOF coach Tom Osborne. The Fighting Irish won the national title with a 12-0 mark and a 34-21 win against West Virginia in the Fiesta Bowl.
Good morning everyone! After a much needed break over the weekend, I am back and ready to keep everyone updated on the latest potential systems that may impact Delmarva over the next week. Now let's take a look at the forecast discussion: Latest surface analysis explains why much of Delmarva has less cloud cover today than the past 5 days or is clearing out this morning. Surface high pressure centers have built southward from Canada over the weekend and are now in New England. The coastal low pressure previously affecting the region with endless periods of rain and widespread cloud cover has been shunted southward to off the coast of South Carolina. However, even with low pressure way to the south, we still have to deal with at least some minor coastal flooding on east-facing beaches and bayside areas as high pressure keeps an easterly flow in place. A cold front was also noted in Western Pennsylvania extending from West Virginia north northeast into western New York. Latest forecasts indicate this bounda ...
PULLING A CLEMSON DEFINITION(From Urban Dictionary)- The act of miserably failing towards the end of a task that was started with such promise. The phrase comes from many seasons in which the Clemson University football team starts off their season with huge victories, only to fall off completely at the end of the season to teams like Georgia Tech and get dominated by teams like NC State, South Carolina and West Virginia. "Look. Clemson is pulling a Clemson again. They started off 8-0 and in the national title hunt, but they actually suck."
welcome to all the new LIKE/MEMBERS the past few days all orders have been shipped and you should check your email for tracking numbers. Once again thanks for all the support we grow larger and larger every day and the Zombies will not stand a chance!! for the new USZORT followers welcome I hope you enjoy our FB page and to learn more about us you can go to USZORT.com ROLLCALL U.S. Zombie Outbreak Response Team State Units ( the number in front of your state is now state UNIT 1 Delaware 2 Pennsylvania 3 New York 4 Georgia 5 Connecticut 6 Massachusetts 7 Maryland 8 South Carolina 9 New Hampshire 10 Virginia 11 New Jersey 12 North Carolina 13 Rhode Island 14 Vermont 15 Kentucky 16 Tennessee 17 Ohio 18 Louisiana 19 Indiana 20 Mississippi 21 Illinois 22 Alabama 23 Maine 24 Missouri 25 Arkansas 26 Michigan 27 Florida 28 Texas 29 Iowa 30 Wisconsin 31 California 32 Minnesota 33 Oregon 34 Kansas 35 West Virginia 36 Nevada 37 Nebraska 38 Colorado 39 North Dakota 40 South Dakota 41 Montana 42 Washington 43 Idaho 44 ...
How many states have I been to? I've been to 11 states roughly. I might have forgotten one or two. Florida, North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Nevada, California, and Hawaii. TA ≈ Harmony ϟ
Here are my picks for Week of NCAA Football: Florida to beat Arkansas; Michigan State to beat Iowa; Florida State to beat Maryland; Miami to beat Georgia Tech; Clemson to beat Syracuse; NC State to beat Wake Forest; Nebraska to beat Illinois; Oregon to beat Colorado; Georgia to beat Tennesee; LSU to beat Mississippi State; Virginia Tech to beat North Carolina; Oklahoma State to beat Kansas State; Michigan to beat Minnesota; Washington State to beat California; Stanford to beat Washington; Ole Miss to beat Auburn; South Carolina to beat Kentucky; Arizona State to beat Notre Dame; Baylor to beat West Virginia; Ohio State to beat Northwestern and Penn State to beat Indiana. My overall record is 49-13.
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.
I'm a day late but still right on time.Georgia slips LSU between the hedges, West Virginia trips up Oklahoma State, Arizona State sticks a fork in USC's gut, Alabama serves Ole Miss a donut, Boise State slaps Southern Mississippi, Washington bears down Arizona, Oregon does what Oregon does on California, Ohio State badgers Wisconsin, Florida State flies by Boston College, Florida blue grasses Kentucky, Texas A&M hog ties Arkansas, Oklahoma lowers the boom on Notre Dame, South Carolina eases by Central Florida, Stanford palouses Washington State, Clemson gives Wake Forest an old school whoopin', TCU hangs horns on SMU, Colorado State head butts UTEP, Fresno State outduels Hawaii, Miami, FL reverts to the "U" against South Florida.Ok NFL let's see if you can top this.
Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, (except the Parishes of St. Bernard, Plaquemines, Jefferson, St. John, St. Charles, St. James Ascension, Assumption, Terrebonne, Lafourche, St. Mary, St. Martin, and Orleans, including the City of New Orleans) Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia, (except the forty-eight counties designated as West Virginia, and also the counties of Berkley, Accomac, Northampton, Elizabeth City, York, Princess Ann, and Norfolk, including the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth[)], and which excepted parts, are for the present, left precisely as if this proclamation were not issued
As promised, Phase I (w2) intriguing games I have circled for the 2013 College Football season. --Week 2-- Saturday, September 7 TIME (ET) MATCHUP TBA South Carolina at Georgia: Georgia coming off an emotional game against Clemson…If USC can beat UGA, they are set up for a National Championship run. One could say the same for UGA! TBA West Virginia at Oklahoma: Okay, if Dana Holgerson can turn this team around after losing everyone, I’m officially sold. That said, Oklahoma will be tough in Norman. 12:00 PM Florida at Miami (FL): Maybe Miami will get more than the parents to show up to the games when UF is in town…Al Golden is a great coach and Miami is building a solid program, but Florida is already there. This one could get ugly early. 3:30 PM Oregon at Virginia: This may be a good test to see if Oregon lost its mojo when Chip Kelly left. They should be favored to beat UVA by 25, but don’t underestimate Mike London and the defensive talent he is bringing in from Hampton Roads. Do I expect them t ...
Nine states in six days, Massachusetts, DC, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Apparently we will also visit West Virginia (Ridge mountains, Shenandoah River) to make it a round ten this time next week# keep the engine running! Special big thanks to Michael and Tracy!
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 ...
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Wow! The Blowing Rock Chamber of Commerce's Art in the Park Wins Platinum in a 7 state region! Every five years, Blue Ridge Country magazine asks its readers to name their favorite things, places and activities in the mountains. Of these, Art in the Park won platinum for Best Arts/Crafts Show! Blowing Rock won Gold for Best Main Street and Silvers for Best Arts Town and Best Shopping. Winners were selected from candidates in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama. The awards will be featured in the July/August 25 Anniversary Edition of Blue Ridge Country. Congratulations, Blowing Rock!
Leslie and Scott Tyree backed out of a contract in 2011 to buy a weekend place in Hilton Head, South Carolina, fearing they’d be anchored to a sinking market for second homes. This year, the West Virginia couple pounced on a listing in the same resort town without visiting the property.
Help us spread the word about this opportunity to all 11 states of the Southern Division! Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia!
The Cherokee are an Iroquoian-speaking people aboriginally occupying the southern Appalachians of North America. Western North Carolina was the heart of their farming/hunting lands but they also lived in portions of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Virginia. In 1838-1839 a major portion of the Cherokee were forcedly removed from their homeland by the United States government to the present state of Oklahoma along the infamous “Trail of Tears.” In the early twenty-first century there are two main groups of Cherokee--the Oklahoma Cherokee are the larger group and are known as the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and United Keetoowah Band; the Eastern Band is considerably smaller. Based on self-identification in the 2000 census, the Cherokee are the largest Native American group in the United States. Learn more about the Cherokee in eHRAF World Cultures, an ethnographic online database with information on Native North Americans and other cultures, indigenous people, an ...
What a beautiful evening! Ed and I had our dinner on the front porch this evening. Talking about taking a 2 week road trip to Florida. We have family and friends there and a friend in North Carolina and our beautiful daughter in South Carolina---so the plan is to try and fit everyone in our schedule (of course this will depend on the schedule of the next phase of our Townhouse project. I am keeping my fingers crossed. We certainly need this vacation. A mini vacation to West Virginia is coming up in August. Just found out today that Andrea Bocelli will be in concert in Washington DC on December 12th. Anyone want to go--there is no-way I will be dragging Ed to an opera event but I know that "I" will be there. Ok---enough chatty cathy. going to bed--my brother guy is coming to visit for 2 days and the bushel of crabs will get torn up tomorrow nite for sure. Marie---have a great weekend at the beach and to my precious little nephew Austin who is in the hospital---Aunt Claire loves you sweetie and ...
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.
(more key Thur. games): South Carolina at Mississippi State...Arkansas at Auburn...Indiana at Ohio State...West Virginia at Oklahoma State..
Jihadis training in your neighborhood? Investigator describes setup as infrastructure for attack - One of the investigators who worked on a report about terror training camps operating inside the United States describes the network as no more or less than an infrastructure for attack. WND previously reported on a documentary called "Homegrown Jihad: Terrorist Training Camps Around the U.S.," and how it offers evidence that "Muslims of America" operates a series of training camps in the U.S. Jason Campbell is project manager for the Christian Action Network, which was behind the training camps investigation. He described for WND some of his visits to the camps, which have been located in New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Oklahoma Michigan, Colorado, California and Washington. "The one that really gets you concerned is in Georgia," he said. "You go down a road and all of a sudden it's just woods, and there are two ro ...
Latest results on the "Bring Chase and Lacey to YOUR State" contest! Only FOUR MORE DAYS left to vote at Update: Washington is currently in 1st. Florida is in 2nd. New York and Ohio are in 3rd. Indiana is in 4th. Pennsylvania is in 5th. California is 6th. Texas is 7th. Arizona, Louisiana, and Pennsylvania are 8th. Georgia is 9th. Massachusetts, Virginia, and Michigan are 10th. South Carolina and Maryland are 11th. Kentucky, Illinois, and Minnesota are tied for 12th. Followed by Utah, North Carolina, D.C., Oregon, Maine, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Kansas, West Virginia, Missouri, Nebraska, and Iowa in 13th.
This past year I have: ate cheese in Wisconsin, posed as a student at Norte Dame, worked along side mountain men in West Virginia, smoked a joint in front of our nations capital building, ate a meal with the homeless in Charleston and listening to eye witness reports of the great hurricane of 1961, slept on the sunny beaches of the Isles of Palms, danced all nite with the locals in Folly beach, Worked at a fancy hotel and met sum amazing people in Greenville SC, explored the Appalachian Mountains of North and South Carolina, ate dinner with a well known celebrity at a famous barbeque spot in Memphis TN, witnessed artifacts left from the great eruption in Pompeii in 79 AD, explored the Black Hills of South Dakota and much much more. I want to thank all who have supported me and to all the people who showed me respect on my journey..its been an honor and some of my greatest experiences of my life. Looking forward to what's next...
Charge a fee to use your credit card? It’s legal for merchants to do that, unless barred by state law. Ten states already ban such surcharges – California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, Oklahoma and Texas – and more may join the list. The legislatures in 13 other states are currently considering bills that would prevent these so-called “check out” fees. Lawmakers in Hawaii, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Washington and Tennessee are responding to a rule change that took place late last month. A similar bill will soon be introduced in West Virginia. and MasterCard agreed to let merchants add a surcharge to credit card transactions so be a fool and use your credit card.
NFL Network's Mike Mayock has released his preliminary 2013 NFL draft prospect rankings and has Alabama's Eddie Lacy as the No. 1 running back. ANALYSIS: Mayock has Montee Ball No. 2, followed by Clemson's Andre Ellington, UNC's Giovani Bernard, and South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore, respectively. Mayock's top draft-eligible receiver is Cordarrelle Patterson (Tennessee), with Cal's Keenan Allen second, Baylor's Terrence Williams third, and West Virginia's Tavon Austin fourth. Mayock has Geno Smith (West Virginia) as the top quarterback, with Matt Barkley (USC) second and Mike Glennon (NC State) third. Mayock will tweak the rankings as he watches more tape throughout "draft season."
Statewise abortion facts. State levels by race and ethnicity • Among states with available data, Arkansas had the highest pregnancy rate among nonHispanic white teenagers (67 per 1,000). Pregnancy rates among this group were also high in other Southern states: Tennessee, South Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia and Mississippi (60– 63 per 1,000). Meanwhile, Minnesota had the lowest rate among non-Hispanic white teenagers (29 per 1,000), followed by Wisconsin, North Dakota and Pennsylvania (31–34). However, * These observations exclude the District of Columbia, which is more comparable to a city than a state. 4 many states do not record abortions by age, race and ethnicity, and some of these were likely to have had high or low rates. • The states known to have the highest pregnancy rates among black teenagers aged 15–19 were New York, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota (132–149 per 1,000). The rate was lowest in Hawaii (42 per 1,000), followed by Idaho, Maine, Utah and Alaska (52–74). ...
A young man cowered in the corner of a dirty, roach infested death row cell in a South Carolina prison. His body curled in a fetal position, he seemed oblivious to the filth and stench around him. His name was Rusty, and he was sentenced to die for the murder of a Myrtle Beach woman in a crime spree that left four people dead. Police arrested twenty-three old Rusty Welborn from Point Pleasant, West Virginia in 1979, following one of the most brutal slayings in South Carolina history. Rusty was tried for murder and received the death penalty for his crime. Bob McAlister, a deputy chief of staff to South Carolina's governor, became acquainted with Rusty on death row. Bob had become a Christian a year or so earlier and felt a strong call from God to minister to the state's inmates, especially those spending their last days on death row. Bob's first look at Rusty revealed a pitiful sight. Rusty was lying on the floor when he arrived, a pathetic picture of a man who believed he mattered to no one. The only sig ...
National Signing Day Top 25 Rankings: (1) Alabama, (2) Ohio State, (3) Notre Dame, (4) Florida, (5) Michigan, (6) LSU, (7) Mississippi, (8) Auburn, (9) Florida State, (10) Texas A&M, (11) UCLA, (12) Georgia, (13) USC, (14) Clemson, (15) Oklahoma, (16) South Carolina, (17) Nebraska, (18) Washington, (19) Vanderbilt, (20) Tennessee, (21) Oregon, (22) Virginia Tech, (23) Texas, (24) West Virginia, (25) Mississippi State. *Strong, strong classes for the best conference in College Football. Only three of 14 SEC teams (Arkansas, Kentucky and Missouri) did not make the Top 25 rankings. Vandy out-recruits in-state rival Tennessee Vols and the new king of the Lone Star State is Texas A&M -yes, joining the SEC does have its benefits! LSU loses only four offered in-state recruits in Louisiana's Top 40 to out-of-state universities (DE Williams to Alabama, TE Dobard to Miami-Florida, TE Skinner to Houston and TE Carter to Nebraska). Great job of keeping the talent in-state for LSU! Only current unsigned recruits in Lo ...
Just thinking about how blessed I am to have genuine friends across the nation from Illinois thru Indiana flowing across Ohio, Pennsylvania to West Virginia, and Virginia Sliding into North Carolina and South Carolina and Praising him in Georgia down to Florida and Swooping back in Alabama, Tennessee, and Kentucky flying into Texas and then into California and back to Maryland with a finally stop in Chicagoland/Northwest Indiana. Not to forget my friends in Grenada, Costa Rica, Canada, Wales, Cayman Islands, Brazil and the list goes on!!! Wel Glory!!! I'm BLESSED!!!
last known address was 4274 Holmestown Rd Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He has friends and family in Alabama, West Virginia, Virginia and Florida. He is a painter by trade. Crimestoppers is offering up to $1,000.00 and Al Holcomb Bonding is offering $5,000.00 for information leading to Brent Dotson's arrest. Brent Egan Dotson, 57, was convicted of Criminal Sexual Conduct with a Minor Under 11 Wednesday in an Horry County courtroom, even though he failed to show up for his own trial, according to prosecutor Candice Lively.
Snowstorm Stats: Snow, Wind, Rain and Record-Warmth Memorable From Southern Mississippi to Nantucket, a moisture-laden winter storm brought heavy snow, torrential rain and damaging wind gusts Thursday and Thursday night. From record warmth in South Carolina to record snowfall in Alabama, residents of the Southeast saw a wide variety of weather over a short amount of time. Temperatures dropped (and jackets became necessary in a hurry) in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., from a record high of 75 to 43 overnight! Wilmington, N.C., and Melbourne, Fla., also had record highs followed by rapid temperature drops as a cold front swept offshore. Although a relatively quick-hitter, this winter storm packed a punch, snarling travel in many places. Multi-hour backups were reported in Alabama, Virginia and West Virginia as heavy snowfall blinded motorists and made roads slick. Some travelers were stuck over 6 hours! As the storm slides out into the Atlantic and dry, sunny weather returns to the Southeast, Snow Statistics Gre ...
Hi! Where is Pilot Mountain? I'm guessing West Virginia.. Weather is gorgeous here in South Carolina on the Grandstand!
I find it strange that Democrats believe that they will win the presidency in 2016 easily. They seem to believe that the Republicans are lost in the wilderness. They are not. Hillary Clinton will be 69 years old in 2016. Joe Biden will be 74 years old in 2016. Jeb Bush can beat both these candidates in Florida, Texas, and Virginia. These are going to be the key states in 2016 if Jeb Bush runs. The following states are sure states that Jeb Bush can win: These are states, with their electoral votes, that I believe Jeb Bush can win against any Democrat who would run against him. They are Florida (29), Texas (38), Louisiana (8), Arkansas (6), Missouri (10), Mississippi (6), Alabama (9), Georgia (16), South Carolina (9), North Carolina (15), Virginia (13), West Virginia (5), Kentucky (8), Tennessee (11), Kansas (6), Oklahoma (7), Idaho (4), and Alaska (3). These electoral votes total 203. Only 170 are needed to win the presidency. Louis A. DeFreitas, Sr.
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 ...
In College Football Recruiting news: 1. 4* WR Demarcus Robinson(in Rivals250 for 2013), who attends Peach County HS in Fort Valley, GA, and 4* WR Tyler Boys(in Rivals250 for 2013), from Clairton HS in Clairton, PA, are both planning to announce their college decisions Saturday at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Demarcus will choose either Clemson or Florida, and Boyd is down to Arizona, Michigan State, Penn State, Pitt, Rutgers, and West Virginia. 2. 4* OT Na'Ty Rodgers, who is in Rivals250 for 2013 and attends McDonough HS in Pomfret, MD, is down to South Carolina and Maryland, and he will announce his choice at Friday's Under-Armour All-American Game. 3. 3* OLB Zach Cunningham, from Pinson Valley HS in Pinson Valley, AL, has a top four of Auburn, Oregon, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt.
The Southeastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry is dedicated to the advancement of the science and art of Pediatric Dentistry. The SSPD is made up of the following states: Florida, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, West Virginia and Puerto ...
== Which University's The Best of Euch State? 1-University Of Virginia 2-University of Maryland 3-University of Boston 4-University of New York 5-University of New Jersey 6-University of Vermont 7-University of Maine 8-University of Pennsylvania 9-University of West Virginia 10-University of South Dakota 11-University of North Dakota 12-University of North Carolina 13-University of South Carolina 14-University of California 15-University of Los Angeles 16-University of Seattle WA 17-University of Oregon 18-University of Kansas 19-University of Kentucky Many University's Euch State Have?
College Football picks for this week; TEXAS (-7) over TCU, Nebraska over IOWA (+15), CINCINNATI (-13) over So Fla, LSU (-13) over Arkansas, Utah (-23) over COLORADO, West Virginia (-2) over Iowa St, Arizona St (+3) over ARIZONA, Ohio St (-4) over Michigan, GEORGIA (-13) over Georgia Tech, BAYLOR (-3) over Texas Tech, ALABAMA (-31) over Auburn, Miss St (+1) over Ole Miss, Stanford (+2) over UCLA, OKLAHOMA (-7) over Oklahoma St, TEXAS A&M over Mizzou (+22), Oregon (-10) over OREGON ST, Florida St (-8) over Florida, South Carolina (+4) over CLEMSON, SO CAL (+6) over Notre Dame, PENN ST (-3) over Wisconsin. Upset alerts: Southern California over Notre Dame and Stanford over UCLA. Happy Thanksgiving to all my family and friends!
Why is Florida State playing in the ACC a bad thing when Notre Dame plays the worst teams from the ACC and its a good thing? And, why does NC State only play well twice a year? How about instead of all the crappy teams in the ACC taking their best shot at FSU, they take their best shot at some of the out of conference games and give the conference a little credibility. While I'm at it, South Carolina vs Wofford, Alabama vs Western Carolina, Florida vs Jacksonville State, and Georgia vs Georgia Southern yet FSU gets crap for playing a weak out of conference schedule even though West Virginia pusses out at the last second.
TexMessage Wednesday, November 14 Good morning TexMessagers! Do you think the future Republic of Texas will recognize the future People’s Republic of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations? TEXclusive It’s not just Texas that wants out of the Union. Georgia, Florida and Louisiana also bolstered enough votes on “We The People” to merit a response from the Obama administration. Other states vying to break ties: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, Arizona, Missouri, Mississippi, Kentucky, Oklahoma, New York, Oregon, New Jersey, Montana, Georgia, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, California, Nevada, Ohio, Delaware, Wyoming, Utah, Alaska, Kansas, Nebraska, West Virginia, South Dakota, Virginia, Wisconsin, Rhode Island, Illinois, New Hampshire and Idaho. That leaves only 10 states who aren’t considering secession or who haven’t yet managed to raise enough votes to get on the site. The loyalists would almost be better off seceding from the rest of the country ...
Fun Election Facts: President Obama won all four states that begin with “New” (New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico and New York), but he lost all five that begin with a direction (North Carolina, South Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota and West Virginia).
This is the first one I read. 6:34PM EST November 10. 2012 - LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) — The U.S. Geological Survey reported Saturday that an earthquake centered in Kentucky also rattled at least eight other states. The USGS website said the epicenter of the 4.3 magnitude earthquake on Saturday afternoon was about 10 miles (16 kilometers) west of Whitesburg, near the Virginia line. Residents in both states, as well as West Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Indiana, Ohio and Georgia, also reported feeling the temblor. National Weather Service spokesman Jeff Carico said employees at the office in Jackson, Kentucky, which is about 60 miles (100 kilometers) northwest of Whitesburg, felt the ground shake for about 15 seconds. He says the office has gotten numerous calls, but so far no one has reported any serious damage. USGS geophysicist John Bellini said the quake is considered "light." "It's not going to cause any significant damage," he said. Bellini said people near the epicenter migh ...
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Ray Crissman Jr I agree the fake FG hurt ! But The Personal Foul call 10 yards behind the play was BS if you can't call Personal Foul when I guy gets knocked on his *** when the play is over ! In games that are evenly played those calls can decide the game. Jeremy Hill is a True Freshman who gained more yards on Alabama with 2 True Freshman starting on the Offensive Line. LSU is reloading ! You are lucky Bama has only played Florida 1 time in the last 3 years ! You don't play South Carolina & Georgia ! The 3 Best teams in the East ! Not to mention LSU played at West Virginia & Oregon on a neutral field and beat Bama in Bama LAST YEAR . The Alabama Schedule looks a little weak ! Bama doesn't get beat up ! LSU played at Florida & then South Carolina in 3 weeks. How is that Alabama never plays the best teams in the Eastern Division ? They play Tennessee ! Tennessee was great 30 years ago ! LSU gets to play at Florida, at Texas A&M, South Carolina & Alabama. Alabama gets to play LSU ! Bama should be healthy ! ...
In the Aftermath of Sandy Prayers and Light have been sent to places impacted by Sandy since before it first made landfall in the Caribbean, and continue to be sent as people begin recovering their lives and sense of wholeness. We have Members living in Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and the other islands. Astarians live in Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine. And in West Virginia, Ohio and west to Illinois and Wisconsin on up to places in Canada that are still feeling the effects of this massive storm. And we have many more Members with family and loved ones suffering the storm's effects. Please keep them and everyone in these areas in prayer and within the reach of your Light. You've seen some of the pictures and heard some of the stories of this record breaking weather event. You know how widespread the area of devastation is, and have a sense of the impact on people's lives. You know ...
Stuff I learned from Saturday's college matchups Okay, I drank too deeply from the Steve Spurrier/South Carolina kool-aid as Florida pounded the Gamecocks 44-11. Perhaps not as big a shelling as Fort Sumter got that early April morn in 1861, but pretty close. The Gators are back in the conversation as a national power quicker than I would've thought. When the Gators converted three South Carolina turnovers into touchdowns, I thought "The Head Ball Coach" was going to eat his visor. Texas Tech has not been too kind to the new kids on the Big 12 block. First they made West Virginia tuck their tails and run, then went to Fort Worth to get a 56-53 overtime win over TCU. Following Kansas State's massive beatdown of the Mountaineers, the thud you heard was West Va. QB Geno Smith's shot at the Heisman Trophy. His chances of winning that like Bobby Petrino being named Public Safety Commissioner in Arkansas. Tommy Tuberville is truly working his turnaround magic in Lubbock. Speaking of former Ole Miss coaches, Du ...
The highest ranked team to lose on Saturday was South Carolina. Florida beat them by 33. Still, during the Florida State – Miami game, Brent Musburger asked if Florida was in danger of being jumped in the BCS. Herbstreit said, “It’s possible after how good Oregon looked against Arizona State (unranked, lost to Missouri) and how good Kansas State looked against West Virginia (worst defense in College Football, lost to Texas Tech by 35 one week before).” Musburger came back with, “Florida did beat up on South Carolina, but that game was at home.” Seriously.
Well in the world of both college and pro football, we are starting to separate the pretenders from the contenders. CF: I don't want to hear any more of West Virginia being elite or Geno Smith for heisman and South Carolina has getting eaten up by the better teams. In the world of pro sports we now see that Ravens injuries have ruined their season and Joe Flacco, is nowhere near elite as he likes to think and I am not sold on Jay Cutler and the Bears, but watch out for the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North led by Adrian Peterson and their impressive young QB Christian Ponder. This has been Mason's football report. Sorting out the winners from the losers. Tune in throughout the week for more football report.
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 ...
No disrespect to how Florida is playing right now but they were helped an awful lot by a completely horrible showing from South Carolina. Didn't see the K State game but West Virginia played on the level of South Carolina also. Plus.they backed out of playing us so they are weenies. BCS will still give them glowing marks. Just keep winning Oregon and you'll play in the NC. Did you see Mark May and Lou on College Football Final.Lou wants to give Notre Dame the trophy right now. GO DUCKS!
Thought maybe the Florida / South Carolina game would be closer and I would miss the beginning of West Virginia / Kansas State
Fearless football forecasts on a great college schedule today. South Carolina in a close upset win over Florida in the Swamp. The 'ole ball coach' schools Muschamp. Not that SC is that great, but Florida is that overrated. Kansas State over West Virginia in a close one in Morgantown. No faith whatsoever in WV defense. Colin Klein may be the best QB in the country. Texas wins at home over Baylor. Bigger game for Texas. Athletes, depth, and size advantages add up. TCU holds off Texas Tech in a very close one in Ft. Worth. Tech is always so inconsistent throughout a season and will be flat after big win last week over WV. Might be the best and most entertaining game to watch of the day. LSU over A&M in College Station -- could be big, likely will be ugly. LSU much bigger, faster, deeper, meaner, and better than anyone Aggies have seen -- including overrated Florida team. Manziel may not finish the game, or the season.
Once again, the rumors about straight ticket voting arise. Voters in states that don't even have straight ticket voting are being warned against it. Straight ticket voting is only available in Alabama, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Utah and West Virginia. Only in North Carolina must you vote separately for president/Vice President if voting straight ticket. My thinking on the reason behind these misleading emails? They assume (erroneously) EVERY African American vote is a vote for President Obama. But if we believe it's a multiple step process, we'll stop at President/Vice President and forget the rest. With record length ballots this year (Converse has a 59 screen ballot), other races could be lost...crucial Board of Education, Supreme Court, countless legislative and other positions. Personally, I'm willing to stand all day in the booth to ensure the right thing (as I see it) is done. Here are some links... Fake Group Hands Out Fliers Meant To ...
What is going on with all the gray in College Football? Oklahoma State, South Carolina, West Virginia...the gray is hideous. Stop.
On this FREE FOR ALL Friday morning it's now time for WEEK 8 of FB's College Football picks: Starting with: Florida St @ Miami / LSU @ Texas A&M / Texas @ Baylor / Michigan St @ Michigan / South Carolina @ Florida / Kansas St @ West Virginia / BYU @ Notre Dame & FB's Game of the Week: The Famed 3rd Saturday in October: ALABAMA @ TENNESSEE! Plus a game no one really cares about: Auburn @ Vanderbilt! MAKE YOUR PICKS FB!
8 weeks down & 8 weeks to go in the College Football season til bowl season starts. Key Games: for week 8. Take your picks. # 6 LSU at # 18 Texas A&M, # 7 South Carolina at # 2 Florida, # 17 Texas Tech at # 23 TCU, # 4 Kansas State at # 13 West Virginia, # 14 Florida State at Unranked Miami (FL) # 24 Iowa State at Unranked Oklahoma State.
and so the talk begins: Derek Dooley's fate at Tennessee may already be sealed. The Mississippi State contest was supposed to be Dooley's attempt to finally right the ship against a Top 25 program and SEC opponent. Tennessee lost 41-31 to Mississippi State. Dooley must now pull out an upset victory against Alabama or South Carolina to get some type of momentum built in his direction. Otherwise, the discussion of Tennessee's next head coach will only increase. Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com mentioned an interesting potential candidate for the possible opening on Rocky Top. West Virginia's Dana Holgorsen may be interested in Tennessee. "The Vols situation, though, will tempt a lot of people," Feldman wrote. "Compared to WVU, Tennessee would offer a significant upgrade in facilities. Also, it'd likely improve Holgorsen's chances of landing elite defensive talent." The luster on Holgorsen's well oiled offensive juggernaut was dinged slightly after West Virginia's hiccup against Texas Tech. But Holgorsen certa ...
West Virginia's balloon burst. Of all teams - Texas Tech. Tommy Turbeville must be building something there. The Raiders just wiped out the Mountaineers. South Carolina's season came crashing down with the loss to LSU. Dropped 6 places in the rankings,but seventh in BCS rankings. They can salvage the inside track for the SEC Eastern Division Championship if they can beat Florida on Saturday down in Gainesville. May have the same problems they had against LSU. Need to stop the run, and the offense must be able to run. Charleston Southern beat VMI. The Bucs have now won 2 games this year - two more than last season. La Tech must be better than I thought. Only lost by two to TX A&M 59-57 - real track meet. The school that produced Terry Bradshaw and Tony Romo may have something coming along now.
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Bold Prediction of the week: Three teams in the BCS top 5 will fall this coming weekend, No 4 Kansas State will fall to West Virginia in Morgantown. Reasoning: the wildcats haven't faced anyone really tough up to this point other than Oklahoma, and the Wildcats just don't seem like they have the kind of defense that can handle Geno Smith. Final Score: WVU 41 KSU 31. Our second upset of the bracket is South Carolina and the 'Ol Ball Coach going into the Swamp and stomping the Gators. How Florida got to be number two with their strength of schedule up to this point is beyond me, like KSU, the Gators have only faced one really tough opponent up to this point, LSU. Oh and don't tell me that Texas A&M is a great victory, They only beat Louisiana Tech by two this past weekend and their soft schedule up to now has inflated their win total, LSU will expose them this weekend. Steve Spurrier will go into his old stomping grounds and emerge with a victory USC 34 UF 10. Our third upset is Arizona State over Oregon. ...
I hope Notre Dame wins big this week and Florida loses to South Carolina and Kansas State loses to West Virginia.
Top 2 games worth watching this weekend is UF vs South Carolina and Kansas State vs West Virginia ... That's my opinion tho
Quick weekend football synopsis - West Virginia proves to be yet another massively over rated pretender. I don't know if has ever lost by 5 TD's to an unranked team. Staying in the Little 12, Mack Brown continues to do extraordinarily less with more. Texas simply *** Staying with the theme of UT sucking, so does the real UT. Vols looked bad yesterday and there is little hope ahead with next 2 games being Alabama and South Carolina. While I guess Ohio St is the best of a conference that is quickly losing national relevancy, they gave up 49 points to Indiana, who I believe, was playing their second string QB. Really? 49 to IU in a football game? Bobby Knight must be proud. LSU comes back from the dead and once again controls their own destiny for an SEC West Title, an SEC Title and a National Title. Only problem is so does Alabama. They meet 11/3 in College Football's most difficult venue, Death Valley. Staying in SEC, Missouri continues to be dominated as they see more 'Old Man Football". Down here, we ...
I wish reporters would tell the truth. Here is a headline I just read, "Texas Tech stuns Geno Smith, No. 5 West Virginia." That is simply not true. LSU stunned South Carolina 23-21. When you play an non-ranked opponent and lose by 35, that is not stunned. That my friend is a good ol' fashioned butt whoopin'. Here I thought West Virginia was for real this year, guess not...lol
You know.. I think ESPN has a way of being the kiss of death when they hype up teams.. Look what happened to Geno Smith and West Virginia today... They talked so highly of him and (figuratively) gave him the Heisman 2 weeks ago, and continued to do nothing but talk about Geno this week. And then they got killed 49-14 by an unranked Texas Tech.. They did not hype up Connor Shaw, but they kept talking about South Carolina, and we lost tonight.
It is indeed a stunning revision of American history to think that the earliest settlers in Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Kentucky, and Tennessee were not stalwart, white-skinned Anglo-Saxons and Celts from the British Isles, but rather dusky, dark-eyed, dark haired, exotic, non-Christian Semites and Berbers from North Africa and Spain. It was Moors who occupied Black-a-moor’s fort on the Clinch River; it was a Semitic Daniel Boone who cleared the path through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky. This knowledge challenges not only our view of American history, but also the modern image of Jews and Muslims.
So, West Virginia got thumped..I mean, THUMPED! by Texas Tech. Notre Dame beat a good Stanford team in OT and I've already commented on OU. Great day in College Football as far as I'm concerned. The only thing that could make it better is if LSU beats South Carolina tonight. I'd love to see an Alabama-Oregon National Championship game. But I'd like to see Notre Dame sneak in there somehow. It would mean a return to greatness for one of the most storied programs in America. The Irish, however, still have to play at Oklahoma and USC. What? No Eastern MeatBall State on ND's schedule? Geez, how did that happen? Even Alabama had Western Kentucky and Florida International on their schedule. Oregon had Tennessee Tech. Ooh!
I overheard someone saying that John Denver got the facts wrong about West Virginia in his song Take Me Home, Country Roads. They said that the Blue Ridge Mountains weren't in WV but they are, actually. They stretch from Georgia to Pennsylvania, passing through North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina and West Virginia. So he had it right. And they also said the Shenandoah River wasn't in WV. Wrong again. The Shenandoah River is a tributary of the Potomac River, 55.6 miles long with two forks approximately 100 miles long each,[1] in the U.S. states of Virginia and West Virginia. I don't remember who said it but they now stand corrected. John Denver was right on. I saw John Denver onstage when he was just getting popular with that song. He was a good performer and a very nice man. So I had to take up for him. I just waited a couple of days. lol
Now that we're back to our normal schedule... In this week's edition of The Bleacher Briefings podcast, we discuss the teams on the rise in the newest College Football polls, big games from Week 5 of the NFL, and unruly fans in Atlanta and Kansas City! - Teams on the Rise: LSU, Florida State, and Georgia all fell on Saturday, and South Carolina, Florida, and West Virginia reaped the benefits of it. Which of these teams could be a serious contender for the national title? We'll tell you. - Week 5 Review: The Patriots, Saints, and Colts were among the teams that had big wins this weekend, as Tom Brady outdueled Peyton Manning, Drew Brees passed an all-time great in route to a victory, and Andrew Luck led an inspired comeback against the Packers. We break down all these games and more. - When Fans Cross the Line: On Friday, fans became unruly following a questionable call in the Braves-Cardinals playoff game, and on Sunday, Kansas City fans cheered when starting quarterback Matt Cassel went down with an inju ...
As I look over the rest of the College Football season I come to a conclusion that Alabama will be in the National Championship game. The only team that stands in their way is LSU and if they can come out that game it’s a wrap. The second team is a little tricky. You have Oregon, Florida, Notre Dame and West Virginia. Florida is a no go they have to play South Carolina and Florida State and I don’t think they will win either game. Then you have Oregon who let’s face it, have a heck of a gauntlet to run by facing USC and Stanford. You have to think the pressure will get them one time or another. The last two I feel with the easiest road if you want to consider facing three ranked teams easy. They are West Virginia and Notre Dame. Between the two WVU has the best chance just because of the schedule. They have to face Kansas St. who is rank 6 and Oklahoma which is rank 13. While ND have three tough games in Stanford # 17, Oklahoma and USC in their way to the big game. The wild card in this is the Soone ...
Enjoy it while it lasts, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Oregon, West Virginia. In the next few weeks your schedule will cause you some concerns. Go Bucks AP ranking and climbing higher every week. Predict by Michigan game. Next year prediction - National Champions!!!
No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Oregon held their spots at the top of the rankings. Alabama is a unanimous No. 1 again. No. 3 South Carolina, off a 35-7 victory against Georgia, moved up three spots. No. 4 Florida jumped six spots after beating LSU 14-6. No. 5 West Virginia moved up three with a 48-45 victory at Texas. No. 6 Kansas State, No. 7 Notre Dame and No. 8 Ohio State also moved up. LSU dropped five to No. 9 and unbeaten Oregon State is No. 10. Florida State fell from No. 3 to No. 12 after losing 17-16 on a last-minute touchdown at North Carolina State.
Well today was a good saturday of College Football. First LSU lost to Florida not a Florida fan but I hate LSU and Les Miles so Congrats Florida. Second Georgia got blown out by South Carolina. Georgia's not even that good the one time they get a tough team they choke and people who are saying that they weren't ready no they were just over matched and out coached. Last but certainly not least West Virginia beat Texas 48-45, it was a close one but when they had to West Virginia's defense stepped up and stopped Texas on fourth down. And their rushing game was great too.
Down goes Florida State, LSU, Georgia, Texas and TCU. Being at the top only means there more room to fall. Good job NC State, Florida, South Carolina, West Virginia and Iowa State.
What an amazing day for College Football !!! We've got (23) Washington vs. (2) Oregon, (10) Florida beat down (4) LSU 14-6 (f**k what them haters say . how bout dem GATORS !!), still got (5) Georgia vs. (6) South Carolina, (8) West Virginia vs. (11) Texas, Miami vs. (9) Notre Dame (& just found out that Notre Dame's feature QB was suspended for tonight's game due to team violations), (21) Nebraska vs. (12) Ohio State, & (15) TCU loses to un-ranked Iowa State 37-23; talk about upset Saturday. Whether you're a College Football fanatic or not, it's times like this when you've gotta sit back & enjoy the show
South Carolina over Georgia, Florida over LSU, West Virginia over Texas, Notre Dame over Miami, Ohio State over Nebraska
Great College Football Day...Arkansas @ Auburn, LSU @ Florida, Georgia @ South Carolina, and West Virginia @ Texas...I know it sounds weird but the thing that I am looking most forward to is John L. Smith's post-game press conference!!!
Who's ready for some football! Saturday has huge games lined up. Georgia and South Carolina, West Virginia and Texas. The best of the week, though is one Gator fans and LSU haters will tune for. LSU travels into the Swamp to battle Will Muschamp and the Flordia Gators. GO GATORS!
The 'Swami of Salami 56-13' with his WEAKLY college predictions. This week I am goings NUTS Against the Odds on several occasions.. So here they are: Central Florida will defeat East Carolina with ease. USC will manhandle Utah with ease. BYU will defeat Utah State. USAF will sink the Navy. Clemson will whoop up on Georgia Tech. Bowling Ball will defeat Akron. Duck will defeat Virginia (everybody beats Virginia). Northwestern defeats Penn State. I am going against the odds!!! Fla. State over NC State. Texas A&M over Mississippi Queen. Oregon destroys a gamey Washington. AGAINST THE ODDS, Georgia defeats South Carolina. AGAINT THE ODDS, West Virginia beats Texas. TCU stomps Iowa State. Kansas State stomps Kansas. UCLA in a dogfight over California. Auburn stomps hapless Arkansas. Michigan could scrape by over Purdue in this exciting game.. Stanford slaps knots on Arizona. Oklahoma should beat Texas Tech but anything is possible with these guys. Boise State over Southern Mississippi. AGAINST THE ODDS, Miami ...
Gee, that best football team ever (USC) that was going to beat the Ducks "TWICE" and reclaim their rightful place as the Pac-12 Champion and to be crowned the National Champion almost by default, sure is a long way down the list. I suppose it could be a ploy to sneak up on the Ducks. WEEK 6 AP College Football RANKINGS 1. Alabama 2. Oregon 3. Florida State 4. LSU 5. Georgia 6. South Carolina 7. Kansas State 8. West Virginia 9. Notre Dame 10. Florida 11. Texas 12. Ohio State 13. USC 14. Oregon State 15. Clemson 16. TCU 17. Oklahoma 18. Stanford 19. Louisville 20. Mississippi State 21. Nebraska 22. Rutgers 23. Washington 24. Northwestern 25. UCLA
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Finally an internet connection! At a Days Inn in Fancy Gap, VA a few miles from the North Carolina border. No "Griswold" moments yet. Leaving Harrisburg, PA, I caught a glimpse of Three Mile Island and wanted to go closer. GPS couldn't and Mike wouldn't try to get us there. So he let me take the side trip to Harpers Ferry instead (yeah-finally! - Bethany Rose Clark and Meredith Anne Clark). It was so much more than I expected...the village, battlefields, hiking trails and views. Must go back. Tomorrow we (hopefully) drive 10 hours and get to Florida. We will drive through North and South Carolina and Georgia before we get there. We have already driven through Vermont, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Virginia.
Espn is so great.. this is what they say about clemson in regards to their history. "Worst football moment 70-33 loss to West Virginia in 2012 Orange Bowl" and "Why it will let the ACC down:It will lose to South Carolina"
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
Current top ten: Alabama, LSU, Oregon, West Virginia, Florida State, Georgia, Clemson, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, South Carolina. I've got Texas and Stanford just on the outside.
Rant over, time for my new Top 10 in College Football although i'm not satisfied with it: 1. LSU 2. Oregon 3. Georgia 4. Florida St. 5. Alabama 6. West Virginia 7. Clemson 8. Missouri 9. Notre Dame 10. South Carolina
For those of you following along at home, the new Top 10 have been announced. 1. Alabama 2. LSU 3. Oregon 4. Florida State 5. Georgia 6. Oklahoma 7. South Carolina 8. West Virginia 9. Stanford 10. Clemson Virginia Tech (was 13) dropped out of the rankings entirely, and USC fell to (told y'all it was coming). So here's the question, ladies and gentlemen. Will the world allow another SEC National Championship game? Alabama and LSU are still the two best teams in football. Personally I think Oregon will jump LSU when Alabama beats them in November, and the Ducks will go on to fall against the mighty Tide. But who's to say? Roll Tide.
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Based off of Wk 1: West Virginia, South Carolina, Michigan State, & maybe Florida State. OU should be 8th or 9th.
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Goodbye Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and most of West Virginia. Skirted around the Dems in Charlotte (lots of warning signs about parking along the highway), drove through pea soup fog climbing Fancy Gap into Virginia but otherwise easy driving and nice weather. Staying in Ripley WV in a family owned motel I found last year; McCoys Inn and Conference Center. They have a lovely courtyard with a pool and hot tub (already made use of them). Now I'm off to find something to eat (mostly looking for Ice Cream). Tomorrow Ohio and Michigan!!!
Florida St is No. 6. Then Georgia, Arkansas and a tie for 9th: South Carolina and West Virginia. Story and full poll soon.
Democrat opposition to the Civil Rights Movement: A little known fact of history involves the heavy opposition to the civil rights movement by several prominent Democrats. Similar historical neglect is given to the important role Republicans played in supporting the civil rights movement. A calculation of 26 major civil rights votes from 1933 through the 1960's civil rights era shows that Republicans favored civil rights in approximately 96% of the votes, whereas the Democrats opposed them in 80% of the votes! These facts are often intentionally overlooked by the left wing Democrats for obvious reasons. In some cases, the Democrats have told flat out lies about their shameful record during the civil rights movement. Democrat Senators organized the record Senate filibuster of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Included among the organizers were several prominent and well known liberal Democrat standard bearers including: - Robert Byrd, current senator from West Virginia - J. William Fulbright, Arkansas senator ...
Colin Cowherd. "The 4 best defenses in the country are LSU, Alabama, South Carolina, and Georgia. And people say it's because SEC doesn't have great offenses. Really? If they don't have great offenses, how was LSU able to drag Oregon and West Virginia all over the field? How could South Carolina lose their QB and RB and still hang 34 points on Clemson?" A caller then called... in and said, "I think non-SEC get more than they deserve. The ACC champ couldn't beat the 4th best SEC team. South Carolina should be in a BCS game, not Clemson". Then, Cowherd said, "Yeah, Clemson can beat Virginia Tech as many times as they want, but ask them if they want another piece of South Carolina."
South Carolina over Vandy. Michigan State over Boise State... Stanford over San Jose State... Georgia over Buffalo...West Virginia over Marshall.. Ohio State over Miami (Ohio).. Wisconsin over Northern Iowa... Nebraska over Southern Miss. Florida over Bowling Green. Florida State over Murray State. LSU over North Texas. Arkansas over Jacksonville State... Auburn over Clemson... Oklahoma State over Savannah State. Kansas State over Missouri State. USC over Hawaii. Alabama over Michigan. Texas over Wyoming. Oklahoma over UTEP... Oregon over Arkansas State. Louisville over Kentucky. Virginia Tech over Georgia Tech.we shall see.
Just reading ... In 2011, several states enacted new laws that were attacked by the Democratic Party as attempts to improve the Republican Party's presidential prospects. Measures were taken in Florida, Georgia, Ohio,[6] Tennessee and West Virginia to shorten early voting periods. Florida and Iowa barred all felons from voting. Kansas, South Carolina,[7] Tennessee, Texas[8] and Wisconsin[9] began requiring voters to identify themselves with government-issued IDs before they could cast their ballots. Obama, the NAACP, and the Democratic Party fought against many of the new state laws,[10] and former President Bill Clinton denounced it, saying, "There has never been in my lifetime, since we got rid of the poll tax and all the Jim Crow burdens on voting, the determined effort to limit the franchise that we see today".[11] He said the moves would effectively disenfranchise core voter blocs that trend liberal, college students, Blacks, and Latinos.[12][13] Rolling Stone magazine criticized the American Legisla ...
With the College Football season two weeks out, I will make a few crazy predictions about the season. West Virginia will win the Big XII easily. Georgia will fall hard after an opening loss to Mizzou, and coach Rict will lose his job. LSU will only win 8 games... South Carolina will win the Sec East and Play Arkansas in the SEC Championship Game. USC will play Arkansas in BCS Championship Game and be crushed! Knile Davis will finish runner up to Matt Barkley in the Heisman! Dennis Johnson will have two returned kickoff returns for touchdown vs Jacksonville State! Hogs only loss will be to South Carolina, but will be redeemed in the SEC Championship Game. stay tuned for more.
Just returned from a trip to the South East Masonic conference in Little Rock. The Grand Master and Elected Grand Lodge officers were presented programs offered by other Grand Lodges. The topics were, Masonic Shrine Relations, What is Modern Masonry’s Mission, How is my Image, What 3 Changes would best Benefit Your Jurisdiction, Lodge Master Leader or Caretaker, Have Customs Become Landmarks? Educating the Membership and Management at the Grand Lodge Level. This conference is attended by Grand Lodges from Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia as a guest jurisdiction. Great time to connect with other Grand Lodges and make new friends. And of course learn about new programs.
The first time ever, a Little League Baseball team from Broward County has stood as champions on its division's biggest national stage. In total control over five days of play at Mitch Stadium, the North Springs 9-10 Division All-Stars overwhelmed Anderson, South Carolina, 14-3, in the finale showdown of the Tournament of State Champions in Ceredo-Kenova, W. Va. Leadoff batter Coby Mayo provided one of the most incredible performances in any Little League 9-10 Division All-Star game with two grand slams in one inning – the second -- to put the exclamation point to a dominating run by the Coral Springs youths, who went 5-0 in West Virginia and posted an average margin of victory of 12 runs. North Springs unleashed a 13-run, eight-hit onslaught in that decisive inning alone, and forced the 10-run mercy rule after four innings. It was the most runs by the winning team in the Championship Game in the eight-year history of the tournament." We just came out hitting every game. It's very exciting (to be champi ...
I went through West Virginia, Virginia South Carolina and Georgia and of all the hillbillies I saw none of them wore Bass Pro Shop hats.
The Romney Record: Steel Dynamics When the steel industry was laying off workers and dozens of companies were going bankrupt, Mitt Romney and Bain Capital took a chance to invest in a new steel company. Today, Steel Dynamics empl...oys more than 6,180 workers across the United States. In 1994, Bain Capital helped make Steel Dynamics possible by joining with GE to provide critical venture capital funding in a costly and struggling industry. In less than 20 years, Steel Dynamics has become America’s fifth-largest producer of carbon-steel products with $8 billion in revenues. It is one of just six major American steel companies. From its initial base in Indiana, Steel Dynamics has grown to include plants in Roanoke, Virginia; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Huntington, West Virginia. Additional operations, including mining, recycling and steel fabrication centers have created jobs across Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Minnesota, Florida, Arkansas, and N ...
With This Being Said! PLEASE KNOW UR HISTORY! I LOVE YOU COUSIN people of unknow mixed ancestry who lived in the Southeastern United States. The best known and researched of these groups are the Melungeons who lived in western Virginia and eastern Tennessee. Other similar groups include the Brass Ankles and Turks of South Carolina, the Brown People of Kentucky, the Carmel Indians of Ohio, and Guineas of West Virginia. The Redbones, sometimes called the "Louisiana Melungeions," originated in South Carolina and established the Redbone identity in Southwest Louisiana.
Jim Carlen, who coached South Carolina's only Heisman Trophy winner and also led West Virginia and Texas Tech to success, died Sunday. He was 79.Carlen died in Columbia, according to Dale Morton at Dunbar Funeral Home. He did not know the cause of death.Carlen was 107-69-6 in his 16-year coaching career and had just three losing seasons. He led his teams to eight bowl games.Carlen was a punter and linebacker for Georgia Tech and was an assistant for the Yellow Jackets before he got his first head coaching job in West Virginia in 1966. He's credited with bringing West Virginia football to the big stage, convincing the school's leaders to leave the Southern Conference and become an independent.The Mountaineers went 25-13-3 in Carlen's four years, including their second 10-win season in the program's history in 1969 that ended with a 14-3 win over South Carolina in the Peach Bowl.
Former College Football coach Jim Carlen, who served West Virginia, Texas Tech and South Carolina, has died.
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
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The state with the highest racially charged search rate was West Virginia, where 41 percent of voters chose Keith Judd, a white man who is also a convicted felon currently in prison in Texas, over Obama just this May. Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Mississippi, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, South Carolina, Alabama, and New Jersey rounded out the top 10 most-racist areas, according to the search queries used. And then they say Black folks are "ignorant" because we intend to vote for him Because he's Black ..
Dr. Henry Drury Hatfield, M.D. (Sep 15, 1875 – Oct 23, 1962) was a Republican politician from Logan County, West Virginia. He served a term as the 14th Governor of the state, 1913-1917, in addition to one term in the United States Senate 1929-1935. Hatfield was nephew to Devil Anse Hatfield, leader of the Hatfield clan. Hatfield was born in Logan County (present-day Mingo County, West Virginia) on September 15, 1875. He graduated from Franklin College in New Athens, Ohio. He later obtained medical degrees from what is now known as the University of Louisville and later from New York University. In 1895, he married South Carolina "Carrie" Bronson. He was appointed as surgeon for the Norfolk and Western Railway (1895–1913) and surgeon in chief of State Hospital in Welch, West Virginia (1899–1913). He entered local politics first as commissioner of district roads of McDowell County (1900–1905), eventually becoming member of the State senate (1908–1912), and serving as president of the senate in ...
The latest Top 25 in College Football has been released Here is the list of teams in order from 1-25: LSU, USC, Alabama, Oregon, Georgia, Oklahoma, Florida State, West Virginia, Michigan, South Carolina, Michigan State, Stanford, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Clemson, Ohio State, Kansas State, Texas, Florida, Washington, OSU, Virginia Tech, Nebraska, and Georgia Tech. What do you think about this top 25?
The Federal Government spends 25 billion dollars a year maintaining federal buildings that are either unused or totally vacant. U.S. farmers are given a total of $2 billion each year for not farming their land. The U.S. government handed one Tennessee library $5,000 for the purpose of hosting a series of video game parties. A few years ago the government spent $123,050 on a Mother’s Day Shrine in Grafton, West Virginia. It turns out that Grafton only has a population of a little more than 5,000 people. One professor at Dartmouth University was given $137,530 to create a “recession-themed” video game entitled “Layoff”. According to the Heritage Foundation, the U.S. military spent “$998,798 shipping two 19-cent washers from South Carolina to Texas and $293,451 sending an 89-cent washer from South Carolina to Florida”. The U.S. Department of Agriculture once shelled out $30,000 to a group of farmers to develop a tourist-friendly database of farms that host guests for overnight “haycations” ...
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!
Here's 10Mans-Court Latest Listens: Boca Raton, FL.. Philadelphia, PA.. Fort Worth, TX.. Rock Hill, South Carolina.. Miami, FL.. Wharncliffe, West Virginia!! Not slowing down at all! And I have some news that will I post soon that will blow your mind... seriously..
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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