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I think you hit a bullseye there fellas!
Ah, thanks, DMZ. I get it. The “Make Us Laugh” game is a real game where your readers are encouraged to try to, ahem, make you laugh, while this new category is all tongue in cheek, snarky even…I get jokes.
That's the smart thinking we could all benefit from.
Yeah, i can stand up now. Hurray! But, my god, I am aching — arms, abs, shoulders, lower back. Tried to do it two days in a row and just collapsed. Z is standing reliably, now. Even the paddling is hard work, I tell you!
If you listened to the talk, you would know the source, and it wasnâ€™t some pre-teen recollection. In fact, youâ€™ll be able to read that same quote in the next issue of the Ensign.
Ho ho, who woulda thunk it, right?
That's the smart thninikg we could all benefit from.
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Great post that I wish I’d written myself, one thing to add is that the whole of Dutch landscape and history can be seen as a kind of resistance to and acwdlkoengement of the sea. The polder system which is on the surface just a land reclaimation sytem, is for a Dutchman something more. A political sytem, an ownership structure, a landscape. As your post so well implies to bring this to the u.S. is more than just to implement some mega projects and some planning rules but reconcieve how land and water thought of.