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  1. Six Years After Teddy Bear Row, Belarus Revives Ties With Sweden May 22, 2018, at 9:01 a.m. BY ANDREI MAKHOVSKY MINSK (Reuters) - Belarus appointed an ambassador to Stockholm on Tuesday, ending a six-year-old diplomatic spat over a pro-democracy stunt that saw hundreds of teddy bears airdropped by a Swedish public relations firm over the former Soviet republic. In 2012, Minsk recalled its envoy to Sweden and expelled Sweden's ambassador after the toy bears were dropped over Belarussian territory, each carrying a message urging the authoritarian country to show greater respect for human rights. ... https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2018-05-22/six-years-after-teddy-bear-row-belarus-revives-ties-with-sweden
  2. Cougar attack leaves 1 dead, 1 injured in North Bend, Washington NORTH BEND, Wash. -- Authorities say one person was killed and another injured in a cougar attack in North Bend, Washington, CBS affiliate KIRO-TV reports. The two victims were mountain biking in the area when the incident took place around 11:20 a.m. Saturday, officials said. First responders said they found the deceased victim with the cougar still standing over the body. As wildlife officials approached them, the cougar ran from the scene, a King County Sheriff's Office spokesperson tells CBS News. The injured 31-year-old biker was taken to a nearby hospital where they were listed in serious condition. ... https://www.cbsnews.com/news/deadly-cougar-attack-north-bend-washington-2018-05-19
  3. Oh oh look for the man wearing the mask...
  4. silversides

    The Obama Library is Off to a Rocky Start

    The problem is he wants it in Jackson Park... Plenty of dead steel mills he could redevelop... ----------------------- A second problem is people want free money off it...
  5. The Obama Library is Off to a Rocky Start Protesters interrupted a hearing concerning the Obama Library, "demanding a community benefits agreement ahead of today's vote on [the] Obama Library in Jackson Park." By NTK Staff|05.17.2018 @12:31pm Protesters interrupted the Chicago Plan Commission over opposition to Former President Barack Obama’s library being built in Chicago’s Jackson Park on Thursday. ... https://ntknetwork.com/the-obama-library-is-off-to-a-rocky-start/
  6. Thats how... There was at that time also a teletype machine... The place where I worked was sold off to build condos...
  7. There are two Fox rivers in Wisconsin.... It causes great confusion... This is the fox river of the north... Almost a great river.... Quite large...
  8. When I worked at a newspaper they always had the scanner on...
  9. I have a scanner...
  10. 1825 Days with you - Sugar Pines & Kimo Estate --------------------------------- JR's hut is a true australian home on the range, built by a two person team JR’s hut at kimo estate is an australian home on the range. typically for property value, location is everything. most people pay top dollar to be were the action is, but this project in rural new south wales has the exact opposite virtue. there is absolutely nothing around it, except for beautiful rolling hills. the house appears as if part of a dream. as a true little house on the prairie, the plot was historically used as a farm but is now used to host weddings and other special getaways. it was designed by anthony hunt design and luke stanley architects to reference the a traditional farm house construction with some modern touches. it’s both cozy and bright inside, where the scenic views do not go to waste. ... https://www.designboom.com/architecture/jr-hut-kimo-estate-anthony-hunt-luke-stanley-gundagai-australia-05-13-2018/
  11. I am thinking maybe lions need to be set loose on this island to get them...
  12. Massive Eradication Effort Ends Rodents' Reign Of Terror On Forbidding Isle May 10, 20187:32 PM ET There are no other birds quite like them in the world. The South Georgia pipit and pintail are so distinctive in the grand pantheon of ornithology, in fact, they draw their names from the one place they've made their home: South Georgia Island, sitting lonely in the forbidding South Atlantic not far from Antarctica. Yet even in such a remote location, surrounded by penguins, fur seals and seemingly endless ocean, the birds have long been besieged by tiny alien invaders: rodents. Since the first European ships arrived in the late 18th century bearing rodents as stowaways, the voracious predators have devastated the South Georgia birds — which, with no trees to nest in, must make their vulnerable homes on the ground or in burrows. Now, after more than two centuries, those invaders have been rebuffed. The South Georgia Heritage Trust announced Wednesday that the island is once more rodent-free, following an international effort that dates back a decade. Using poisoned bait strewn from aircraft and three sniffer dogs, the team confirmed that nearly 400 square miles have been cleared. The SGHT says that's more than eight times larger than the Australian island that used to hold the record for such an eradication. ... https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/05/10/610057564/massive-eradication-effort-ends-rodents-reign-of-terror-on-forbidding-isle?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=science
  13. Men arrested at Starbucks speak out Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson tell "GMA" what happened to lead to their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks, sparking backlash for the coffee chain.
  14. The smirking chimp is still in charge...
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