Sunday, April 2, 2017

April 1, 2017 at 8:05 PM

Tip to that old generation of truth,
a at mark,
that was the Haight on the Ashbury Street of a channel tack at the Panhandle,
sew in those threads of the bagged bottle,
these are the days of grand Tunes that dg best did a guitar.

From that Vietnam War to the conflict with America it came to speech in his lyrics,
no violence caused his casual,
it brought more of term,
to life it granted spacial recognized,
those eyes of the weight,
yet a smile broke the wall of shirt.
The perhaps of the character to that evening breeze,
wind would often be filed,
it shored to the wave,
it was the rumbling of a yodel that swag to the curtain of the eyes,
harp in that tone deep violets of warn,
gathering shelf to dust that grave dg would coo to a crow asking a dove frost fly.

Zippered well into the drawl was a straw,
chew to a tow back Co.,
flag to hill on the mountain of the lost,
viewing in to canter the trots of America forgot,
it took graph to spell those day light kneed,
I saw a june bug that butter flies spread to eager Pi,
seem bridle to the curb of port,
reins straight as English was the saddle of his grown.

Bask kits weave such hours upon the bridge to bulb,
front porch came to stride the awl leaped,
ink dropped like a phone.

Dial lean staff Ford at the oh ill,
I would quiet to Stewball on the string,
wine bouquets of flowers to the when Nuer's circle.
fried math would cross my silence to quest of the shown.

Spree today the 1st of April 2017 I Pandora a treasure reed,
for Don is long dead and that is the bruise on my Tolled,
prices and fixtures to lightning and the thunder is just a reminder of those days on the Rum,
sherry Whiskey and the posture of what gave no cruels,
for the fountain drink it was different that mine,
but the ripple pause such a pasture to barn effect that the hoarse stilled me type,
just a world for the word and a Man that sung to me The Blues.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Library of Congress in April 1903 President Roosevelt told the crowd in Newcastle, Wyoming, "The good citizen back of the law counts most"

Brass Elemental Chart on Orion to the Solar Desire of Navigated at the Beginning of a Send,
plausible acceptance grants Vast cream to tart,
as the Sconce of Suns measure each fathom at a Knot to rib,
Human born in a last lettering tasted Vernacular in mathematical Sharp!!

Music is a constant Cast in ship Ping travel across the venture,
oh for the excitement as I grasped an that is truth to this World.

From grace to Scene each treasure of the Reins bow an Air row of lines speak with Infinity,
no dream could gather collect,
stars are beautiful maps draw,
loss a given,
counting note I resemble a list that once upon the story read of many to spoke of said!!

Feather a written and earth equated was a solution to a loan of Numbers at deep tone,
drums Trumpet grass sways Elephants guide my every test,
by the path,
on the Trail as the antelope in Tale,
it is the Buffalo!!

Bison made harness Horses bridle this language!!

Say to dust Ashes or the forest grey,
the Sky fall is north to Wind,
Compass hard the Echo of Odin on Teak in Jade the dragon Sailed,
round that East sands paper,
Scrolls always Chisel to Stone in gift this has been more than a glimpse of Man at Men,
I have Witnessed seas,
the Oceans salt in fish rode to Turtles egg shells,
toads grew to hop a Butterfly in the funniest clam at a grip,
in real these are the stories of my forward on Word to sentence!!

Never will I skip a Fire at the camp of Night spy in remembering such Ducks at a Goose is Moose,
Roosevelt, What a Thunder,
the Parks in the Nation where lightening did spark a Thought,
on his Mind came not a Paining hanging the thumbnail,
no, it is a memorized Wolf on the howl to daylights switch,
that Galaxy Cosmos!!! 

President Theodore Roosevelt's 1903 Visit to Wyoming

Rebecca Hein
President Theodore Roosevelt's 1903 Visit to Wyoming

In April and May of 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt visited Wyoming, speaking at Yellowstone National Park and the towns of NewcastleEvanston, Laramie and Cheyenne as part of his eight-week, 25-state tour. His route, like a 14,000-mile lasso flung to rope the whole American West, snagged points as far north as Fargo, N.D., and as far south as Los Angeles.

Roosevelt gave a total of 263 speeches, seven or eight per day on average, in his five and a half weeks of public appearances. The balance of the time he spent camping in back country: two days at Yosemite with conservation activist John Muir, and 16 days, April 8-24, in Yellowstone. There he was accompanied by wildlife writer John Burroughs, Park Superintendent Major John Pitcher and a small mounted escort. The press was left behind in Gardiner, Mont.
While in the park, on April 16, Roosevelt wrote a detailed letter to Dr. C. Hart Merriam, a physician and early conservationist who had been head of the Section of Economic Ornithology in the Department of Agriculture and its successor agencies since 1885. Roosevelt reported on the numbers, habits and condition of game in Yellowstone, noting that “coyotes wander about among…sleeping or feeding elk without attracting any attention whatever." He witnessed the attempt of a golden eagle to cut a yearling elk calf out of a herd and commented, "The elk far out-number all the other animals," estimating at least 15,000 within the park. He also mentioned that "around the hot springs the cougars are killing deer, antelope, and sheep…"
On April 24, Roosevelt dedicated a new arched gateway to the park with a short speech. Then he boarded his train, bound east for Omaha. Newcastle, Wyo. was one of many whistle stops the next day.
Sometimes Roosevelt made his speeches from the rear platform of the Elysian, his 70-foot long railroad car; at other times he made them from a decorated platform at the nearby depot. In Newcastle, as with many other stops, his path from train to platform was strewn with flowers. According to the April 26, 1903 edition of the Wyoming Tribune, the platform itself was decorated with three statues: a deer, a bear and an eagle.
The Tribune paraphrased his half-hour speech about resource development and good citizenship. These, along with conservation, were his three main themes, reiterated throughout his western tour. The "new irrigation law,"—the Reclamation Act of 1902—the president said, was especially important to the West. Under this law, such water users as farmers, ranchers and other settlers would help to pay construction costs of irrigation projects in exchange for the benefits they received.
Roosevelt's and many others’ dream was that large tracts of dry land could be irrigated and thus made arable, supporting vast numbers of people. Noting that government could undertake experiments and large projects that private citizens could not, he added that, even if they didn’t help plan and execute the projects, the people could still benefit and learn from them.
From Omaha, Roosevelt’s tour looped west again, traveling via Santa Fe to Los Angeles, Yosemite, San Francisco and Seattle. In late May, he was headed east from Salt Lake City. He stopped for 20 minutes in Evanston on the evening of May 29, 1903. The May 30 issue of the Cheyenne Daily Leader estimated the Evanston crowd at 7,000, gathered from throughout Wyoming as well as the surrounding states of Utah, Idaho and Colorado.
The following day Roosevelt stopped in Laramie at 7:30 a.m. for about 90 minutes, speaking at the university to a crowd estimated between three and four thousand, including children and college students.
According to the Leader, he remarked, "A stream cannot rise higher than its source and the government cannot be greater than average [sic] of its citizenship." This theme, along with extensive references to the Civil War and the Spanish-American War, dominated his remarks for the rest of the Decoration Day (now called Memorial Day) weekend.
Next, by prior arrangement, the president rode horseback 65 miles from Laramie to Cheyenne. Changing mounts three times, for a total of four horses ridden, Roosevelt was accompanied by 10 prominent citizens, including Sen. Francis E. Warren, U.S. Marshal Frank Hadsell, Deputy U.S. Marshal Joe LeFors, Albany County Sheriff N.K. Boswell of Laramie, local stockman R. S. Van Tassell, and Black Hills Forest Reserve Supervisor and former Deadwood, S. D. lawman Seth Bullock.
The Leader lavished nearly 1,000 words of copy on this phase of Roosevelt's visit to southeast Wyoming, including the entire text of a speech by Warren. The senator presented the president with a saddle, matching bridle and blanket that he described minutely, saying it was from "Your friends in Cheyenne…"
The Leader went on to detail the name of each horse the president rode, its physical prowess, temperament and other virtues; inevitably, one was named Teddy. The Leader also listed the owners: Ora Haley, Johnny Earnest and Van Tassell, who contributed two of his horses. Haley declared that after Roosevelt rode his horse, Yellowbird, nobody else would ever ride him again.
The party ate lunch at the Van Tassell ranch and arrived in Cheyenne at 4:00 p.m. A lengthy procession and parade brought Roosevelt to a speaker's stand at 15th and Ferguson (now Carey Avenue). At 7:00 p.m., he spoke to a crowd of approximately 10,000. His speech was extensively quoted in the June 1 Cheyenne Daily Leader. As he had in Laramie, he focused on good citizenship and the parallels between military and civilian life.
Emphasizing the importance of hard work and solidarity, he declared that in war, so long as a soldier’s comrades stand with him, “ … you don’t care where that man’s birth place has been; you don't care a snap of your fingers [how]…he worshiped his Maker; you don't care…whether he was a banker, bricklayer, lawyer, mechanic or farmer…It is the same thing now in civil life." Roosevelt also briefly mentioned his support for the Monroe Doctrine and the importance of a strong, efficient navy, with a special mention to the battleship USS Wyoming.
Roosevelt stayed in Cheyenne two more days. He attended church on Sunday morning, May 31, and lunched with former U.S. Sen. and future Gov. Joseph Carey and his wife. On Monday, the president attended a wild west show presented in his honor and later that day rode horseback to an evening barbeque at the Warren ranch. On Tuesday he boarded his train and three days later was back in Washington D.C.
Clearly, Roosevelt loved the American West. His enjoyment of wildlife, scenery, camping and horseback riding practically ensured that he would spend more than a quarter of his eight-week tour in Wyoming. He stayed in the state a total of 19 days—most of them in Yellowstone and three in Laramie and Cheyenne.
Biographer Edmund Morris, in Theodore Rex, notes Roosevelt's reverence for nature, exemplified in his extreme displeasure when confronted near Santa Cruz, California, with an ancient redwood decorated with "a petticoat of calling cards and advertising posters." Morris also reports that in his first year as president, Roosevelt had "quietly" increased the federal forest reserves by a full third.
Wyoming benefited not only from Roosevelt's appreciation of natural wonders like Yellowstone, but also from federal funds from the Reclamation Act. According to Morris, America's heartland was Roosevelt's "political center of gravity."
Roosevelt could have spent two weeks in Yosemite and two days in Yellowstone instead of the opposite. He also took the time to socialize with Sens. Warren and Carey and the people of Cheyenne rather than treating the capital city as just another whistle stop. The choice suggests that he felt a special tie to Wyoming, whether emotional, social, political or all three.

Monday, March 6, 2017

Society Grapples with Still Culture of what is a Body Loan to Actual Cover of the Being!!

As logic becomes a stream of truth in life:

The review of journal is perhaps a market to have found that people have chosen different paths.  An interesting observation is the event of men in the 20th Century turning to Science-fiction as a tack of expression.  As religion must, and as it does now, rule with society to the core their event to 'dust-jackets' brings option to Society for thought without the actual figures of evolution being in that string-theory.

Just a jogging note

Hid In Age Vuksinick Young A Be Kin Page Road Runner Staged With Sound On Deaf And Stung!!

Class of for the screen of window where is the said of floor on Pi,
should that be a longer education with the walk of opera sang to shed,
as the fact is that my mother did love that build Ding spoke,
the lights with what became to harp many words of remember the Man!!

Now on World for it's speak the kid that bell of memorized,
one to tack that is the yard of back in front a rider of in now a calm,
to know of story the singer grass,
what shall this forest register,
is it harness of a teach as buried deep in grave of dutch??

Wise is the Waltz of giddy Up,
learn the path for memory,
ship to sill the pane of mind,
a hope a furnished say to true!!

Little try as method shore sands of grain is Waving thunder,
however does the short be clam or is that tell a See??

News is what is now a leap of 30 Years to Nine,
the age of as a bridle tagged yet does the picture groove be Pigeon??

Solve this riddle as Class did build so magnificent my Mother downed,
for I it is the Chess Chicanery until per Sun does notice loved??

Nobody is a Name and sew is needle Thread,
sizzle sip to steak and bread as San Francisco Sourdough,
the story read is yet again the Age of Aquarius,
sing a little song,
melody And Natural. 

Saturday, February 11, 2017

You Who!! Some Names Have Been Changed To Protect The Innocent!!!!

Galloping across the universe to the next sphere oh how the beautiful ring,
it is the Moons and a cup full of Suns,
that is the rest on the gathering of closed,
filling the in between with only those graves to know that the yard is but a traveling song,
may that be of this wrest stop!!

Guitar and Singers that know of the pain and agony in the Window of rein and grazed,
ankle pasture deep clover to Sunsets and reef,
oceans of tears on the Waves of rolling to sigh,
might the Human born scene to find that My Mother is on the Stand!!

Search for she sings with Voice of kindness,
a real live wonder,
banking to the facts,
no echo of forgots,
piano on this slide is just the out of bath Rooms with signs that stage ducks not feather!!

This is the quill of An Eagle on the American vernacular in answer,
swept by the tied,
it is those kid nap Pings .

France germ Men muster more to that Belt of owe Rye Inn,
see that in each Word is this,
a gentle sing to spoke a verse no Nurse Sree Rye.Um to bilk that Roost stir,
it is the quiet Id est hoe Tell once a journey to Venture,
the Jack Tar!!!!!!

Hoo, Suffolk

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Hoo is a village and civil parish in the Suffolk Coastal district of the English county of Suffolk. It is located 3 miles (4.8 km) north-west of the town of Wickham Market and 3 miles (4.8 km) south-west of Framlingham. The parish lies to the south of the River Deben - neighbouring villages include KettleburghCharsfield and Letheringham. The parish council is combined with Cretingham and Monewden,[2] with Hoo itself having one of the smallest populations in Suffolk[3] with 86 residents recorded at the 2001 census, increasing to 160 at the 2011 Census.
The parish church, located to the north of the village centre and adjacent to Hoo Hall, is a Grade II* Listed building. It is dedicated to St Andrew and St Eustachius and dates from the 13th century with a 15th-century tower.[4] The ecclesiastical parish is joined with Charsfield and services are still held regularly in the church which was threatened with redundancy in the 1970s.[3] The church was used as a location in the 1974 film Akenfield.[3]
Hoo Hall is a 16th-century building with Grade II listed status.[5] The parish has a number of other 16th century buildings and two medieval moated sites to the south of the village centre, both scheduled monuments.[6][7] Godwin's Place is a Grade II listed 16th century house, built on the site of larger house built in the 15th century by John Godyn or Godwyn.[7][8]

Saturday, February 4, 2017


The shark to dates and marrow have grayed matter to boil holes as the mud in ancient tiled.  As this is the at technical of describe for the prime of year in what is referred to as modern Times twenty-seventeen and thus the pause on these words shale to rise.  As in in other balance of a Time in Ages on the build to Society each did say that their foundation to structure was Wow, Modern Times!!  The exclaim of those socials came to scene as any old picture to a google search to date will provide the people of today not a vision of what had come to be a chisel's record, rather the search to speak an ancient steep will provide the eyes an actual explanation of the People and their footprint to literal earth's sum.  In process on this it is the beast of an animal that treasures this true!!

Touching a comprehension harness to the Human beach is Sand-wheeling in the dunes of dried apricots.  The pickling comes in the brains muster to attach a pick sole at blame.  Than as the phew measures just as it did in history the inch gravels to a pebbles Chaucer apple, again the bite.  A bitten population that is now in edition of already feathered is as watching the battery on connection.  Thus the plug to electric art in vernacular climb balances sudden impact.

Cheese, milk, cream and butter all in the cow of the utter? Or is it the pasture of grass, clover, hay or grain to know the taste of sour is buttermilk too?  Shiver that with a frost on Mankind the valley organization only to the knowing that the sea is or was on the ocean of a deserts floor.  Hindsight to foresight, or actually in that is the cave that fish gave to refuge in what is a housing to the engine by trade?  Is the land trip to wet lake a bog or a marsh?  Does the mountain echo as the voice is the wind in a valence?  Rudders to a sale as the anchor is a scale to weight?  Or is the shallow ground a reef?  Shore on thought to a basic creek speaking the river as the forge from the Falls spoke of the barrel that can knew pass sing as the snow melt to a sky in a pigeon type mail.

The word of detail as a rail to the rode makes each case applicable in a mind set to find.  Should each harness ample bridle and collection bend pole than this would be the browband that a figure-eight would place bold to the note that a martingale is not a crupper as that is what breastplates are for in the understanding The Horse!

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Stand proud!! Allow your posture to be your Voice!! Then your words can...

Today's date is February 4, 2017 and the time is 3:01 PM on my acer; private server provided by AT&T. for Record Keeping purposes only.

MSNBC an American Talk Show Complete is the fashion of it's predecessor America's Talking an American cable television channel focused mainly on talk based programming.  The programming was mainly focused on low-budget talk shows. MSNBC replaced America's Talking in 1996.  America's Talking launched July 4, 1994 and was owned by General Electric with it's headquarters in Fort Lee, New Jersey, sister channel CNBC.

(check-out it's line-up? it is self-reflective to MSNBC minus the great sets!! So in hindsight or hindsight being 20/20 the change of sets to a more News Type Channel ended up being a great success!! And, nobody now knows that MSNBC in complete and absolute is a Talk Show Circuit, circa 1996. Facts found at Wikipedia's Official Website for your own for score and Seven Years a go!!

While America's Talking had something of a following, it was not successful in the ratings and was picked up by few cable providers. In January 1996, NBC announced plans to partner with Microsoft to launch MSNBC on cable and online with the satellite transponder that America's Talking occupied, effectively ending the life of the network. America's Talking officially signed off on July 15, 1996, after Ailes had departed NBC and been hired by Rupert Murdoch to launch the Fox News Channel for News Corporation, and was replaced at 9 a.m. by MSNBC Live, hosted by Jodi Applegate!

Exhibit A: The Phil Donahue Show, also known as Donahue, is an American television talk show hosted by Phil Donahue that ran for 26 years on national television. Its run was preceded by three years of local broadcast in Dayton, Ohio, and it was broadcast nationwide between 1970 and 1996.
Exhibit B: The Oprah Winfrey Show, often referred to simply as Oprah, is an American syndicated tabloid talk show that aired nationally for 25 seasons from September 8, 1986 to May 25, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois.

Exhibit AB: Gayle King and Charlie Rose

Gayle King (born December 28, 1954) is an American television personality. She has appeared as the co-anchor of CBS This Morning and an editor-at-large for O, The Oprah ... In 1997 she was offered her own syndicated talk show, The Gayle King Show, which was ... King has been a friend of Oprah Winfrey since 1976.

Charles Peete "Charlie" Rose, Jr. (born January 5, 1942).... is an American television talk show host and journalist. Since 1991, he has hosted Charlie Rose, an interview show distributed nationally by PBS since 1993. Rose has also co-anchored CBS This Morning since 2012. Rose also substitutes for CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley when Pelley is off or on assignment. Rose, along with Lara Logan, has hosted the revived CBS classic Person to Person, a news program during which celebrities are interviewed in their homes, originally hosted from 1953 to 1961 by Edward R. Murrow.

New Facts at !!
A group of engineering students from Purdue University reported that ...

Now for Tom Brokaw. 

 Edward R. Murrow
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Edward R. Murrow

Murrow in April 1956
Egbert Roscoe Murrow
April 25, 1908
Guilford County,
North Carolina, U.S.
April 27, 1965 (aged 57)
Pawling, New York, U.S.
Resting place
Glen Arden Farm
41°34′15.7″N 73°36′33.6″W
Alma mater
Washington State – 1930
Radio broadcaster
Known for
On-the-spot radio reports from London and other locations in Europe during World War II.
Series of television news reports that led to the censure of U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy.
Janet Huntington Brewster (1935–65)
Charles Casey Murrow
Roscoe Conklin Murrow
Ethel Murrow

Edward R. Murrow KBE (born Egbert Roscoe Murrow;[1] April 25, 1908 – April 27, 1965) was an American broadcast journalist. He was generally referred to as Ed Murrow. He first came to prominence with a series of radio broadcasts for the news division of the Columbia Broadcasting System during World War II, which were followed by millions of listeners in the United States. During the war he assembled a team of foreign correspondents who came to be known as the Murrow Boys.
A pioneer of television news broadcasting, Murrow produced a series of reports that helped lead to the censure of Senator Joseph McCarthy. Fellow journalists Eric Sevareid, Ed Bliss, Bill Downs, Dan Rather, and Alexander Kendrick consider Murrow one of journalism's greatest figures, noting his honesty and integrity in delivering the news.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Just A Blink Store On My Snyc To What Is Foundering To An American Plaza!!

The United States of America and the system of version to public process has brought to seen the aspect.  As the Electoral College that the founding fathers established it in the Constitution as a compromise between election of the President by a vote in Congress and election of the President by a popular vote of qualified citizens, is the deciding factor and the question to the why is it in that berth.  At harbor the popular shelf brands the government, each tack of bridle to bit, as the rein, it is direct in the count to a draw of, or, at straw.  As the draft to a speak in that is the war.

To believe that the founding fathers of the United States broke an operation-out to define, the harness of discipline plagued my mind till the thought brought a bow.  In the States of term to that library the acreage alone makes a park event expel to what is water to a cow, the grain to a chicken and river to a mountains theme!!  The Grand Canyon in optics very perfectly places drew to the popular volume on the pen to Stow, yet it is the river on the gorge that marks the Dam to hoover as the vacuum? Not in the performance of hand to mouth, vernacular to mucking and a Pitch fork on the spoon of the Moon in a sky.

Shall the banks go to Arizona where the demonstration of flash floods verse to the pork on the belly of stance, than those that camp in a bed to blanket the key it is as saying that the cactus has no prick.  For the prickle to a needle yet the water in the scope all in the desert while the rain is in a port at the time of the Mountain on the down flight of raise to the increase of what is a lake on the dry grounds of surprised!!

As Cities in the United States are often over-flooded with foot by Trade to convenience for the job; the stop is the commute to bridge the toll.  From the Rancher to the Dairy, a Farmer to the skill, a plate to a trace mineral on salt in the Earths feed.  There on the fertilizer Man's brain or the signed makes to the public lose reality of what is a seed.  From there the push to that Pole of activity in the constant on the most vote has in this speak made reason comprehend tact of both food and froth.  Society has forgotten that the Men, Women, Families and space and that in-turn has put to a grocery the available read. With only the popular number it would in a fortnight to the city brawny take to say that slaughtering animals is wrong (less I forget to say that the vegans must make ready there thorpe as I know that grass does sway and through the breeze I contemplate the whistle of Wind).