If you don’t think something can be both quiet and raucous as the same time, then you’ve never experienced this event. The map of Greater Western New York used to be dotted with them every summer, but rising insurance rates have dwindled their numbers to a mere few. The one we honor has the special honor of, for a long time, requiring the consent of the neighboring Catholic to use the parish parking lot for the event, which ran through Saturday night. The only requirement, have everything cleaned up in time for 8am Mass on Sunday morning. Stumped? Then read the answer in Life is a (Small Town) Carnival.
Researchers studied 64,000 pregnant women, over half of whom took acetaminophen during their pregnancies. The researchers then followed up with the children those women gave birth too, looking for signs of ADHD. The results? – See more at: http://dragonflyeye.net/blog/2014/02/25/sorry-acetaminophen-tied-adhd/#sthash.8xy0pXkn.dpuf
Lovely Warren’s first 14 days are a textbook example of how not to handle a crisis as a public official.
This is really not a time to hire your uncle to an $80k job you invented for dubious reasons, then sneak out of a traffic ticket on vague grounds of executive privilege. And those are just the Clift’s Notes of the last few weeks. Instead of magnanimous, we are left with the ignominious.