First off, let me say that I do not handle change very well. Never did. Also, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.
Lately there has been lots of change in my life. My oldest son ‘officially’ moved out and into a Condo with his Fiance, my youngest son move to California and my wife and I had to get used to being ‘Empty Nesters’. Which, I might add was actually kind of nice and quiet. However it was…
Harriet Tubman never lost a slave in 19 trips on the Underground Railroad. One of her secrets for not getting caught was drugging kids with opium to keep them from crying.
Ball of Confusion (for your listening pleasure) So what has actually changed since that song was written?
Folks, this is something that has been debated for years now. The results are starting to come in. Here is one opinion in todays NY Times. Let the discussion begin.
NYTimes: Teaching Is Not a Business
R.i.p Jerry <3 (~);3
I have been involved with the Boy Scouts of America, in one way or another, for 17 years now.
Originally posted on WORDS MATTER:
This was circa 1966. This is just one of the 5 or so Marvel Super Heroes. Each day brought a different lead character and accompanying jingle.
The segments were: “Captain America”, “The Incredible Hulk”, “Iron Man”, “The Mighty Thor”, and “The Sub-Mariner”. (Source: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Marvel_Super_Heroes, downloaded 2014-07-31).