Description: Another plant filled getaway inside the Horticulture Building. Features include a huge, honey locust tree in the center, surrounded by a raised bed with numerous other plants. There’s a brick walkway around it designed by Morrisville College.
It is downright ridiculous that our government has behaved this way. As UH Professor Ken Lawson (Facebook: FIND JOSH GREEN! MAYOR KOOKY KIRK CONFUSING COVID19 RESTRICTIONS) has pointed out, until Wednesday press conference, when Lt. Gov. Anyway kid next door rolls his ATV over on himself apparently. We just happen to notice because it looks like the apocalypse is happening as every emergency vehicle times eleventy is suddenly on the street so we walk out to ask the cops what’s going on with all the fire trucks and the FOUR ambulances. And we found out the kid was hurt and they were landing a bird for him.
One new product that JAM was showing was a system that they call the JAM Rewind. It’s called rewind for a reason, because they gave it a retro look looking like a cassette tape. Does anyone remember these things anymore? This speaker system isn’t nearly as small as an old cassette tape, but it isn’t gigantic either.
De Villa: At last reading, I believe that there are no contraindications there, meaning that there isn’t a reason not to take the vaccine if you’re breastfeeding. So, again, good to have a conversation with your trusted care provider. Read up on information around what the vaccines are and how they work, and most importantly, be ready.
Bausch Lomb’s arrangement with Zeiss unraveled after the outbreak of World War I. The company had sold the Allies equipment without Zeiss’s approval in Europe, which was not one of Bausch Lomb’s markets. In 1915 Zeiss sold its 20 percent share back to Bausch Lomb, and until 1921, the two companies had no dealings with one another (although Bausch Lomb continued to use Zeiss patents).
Such a plan would identify the range of extreme climate 2 related events likely to affect our region in the next 20 years. It would also identify the populations at risk from these events and develop strategies to assure that vulnerable populations are protected from the short and long range effects of climate unpredictability. The LaFollette Capstone project will be a first step toward creating such a plan.