Washed ashore in Falmouth Massachusetts.
The USS Cincinnati and every vessel of its class.
They are not seaworthy.
Too lightly staffed.
Not dropping another.
Almost to the finish line.
No order .
Just as I read it.
Though last should’ve been first.
This was a gruesome outcome to criminal behavior.
The Governor should put aside his pipe dreams and get to work.
Posts about New Hampshire written by usgunviolence
— Read on usgunviolence.wordpress.com/category/where/new-hampshire/
Investigators were searching for the people who assaulted and robbed a man walking down Manchester Street early Thursday morning, Manchester Police said.
— Read on www.wmur.com/article/police-man-attacked-robbed-by-people-in-passing-vehicle-in-downtown-manchester/43947391
” a hobby”
They had a huge investigation and found many problems with the RCMP. I followed the case and did not know everyone knew about the fake cruiser.
The man police say killed 22 people in Nova Scotia last weekend made no secret of his quest to build a near-perfect, highly detailed replica of an RCMP cruiser, according to those who knew him.
— Read on www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia-killer-fake-cruiser-1.5543176
We need rain. The trees are still stressed from last Summer.
I have seen quite a bit of leaf drop already.
Prepare before you go out and do a thorough check once out of the woods or a field.
That fire at the bagel place never should have happened.
There is a tale attached to that event.
I was living in Newburyport at the time.
Exeter NH FD was on the scene as well as other departments.
I believe this Summer we will be visited with continuing violent and murderous conflicts on the road.
If you have a short fuse you are in jeopardy.
Move over when someone is on your ass.
Oh and don’t glare at them as they pass.
All triggers for the trigger happy.
These are not isolated incidents anymore.
Everyone has a gun and is itching to use it.
When will these tales stop coming?
Great day here today. Hope yours was nice too.
His family thats who.
“Wilson’s family told investigators “he may have had some mental health issues,” Crum said. Wilson had previous “minor infractions, but nothing that would rise to the level of (committing) a serious crime.”
Last years news report on these boys that don’t have engaged parents.
Time out required for both.
The gunmen in a quadruple shooting at a graduation party in Manchester on Saturday remain unidentified and on the loose.
— Read on www.wmur.com/article/manchester-new-hampshire-party-shooting-arrests/43897853
Should have a brick house dropped on them.
Police investigating at least 3 gun-related incidents that happened within 12 hours
— Read on www.wmur.com/article/gun-violence-manchester-shootings-new-hampshire/43886726
Not news to me.
Curfews don’t work.
It’s all about parenting.
Why US gun violence spikes in warm weather
— Read on phys.org/news/2022-06-gun-violence-spikes-weather.html
Enjoying their first game in DC.
My sister recovered in time for the big day.
We are back in Falmouth after a perfect ride for me and train trip for Doozie.
The Massachusetts State Police have returned to work.
After what has been 3?years.
They have their work cut out reining in the outrageous driving I witness.
Today oh man from the Berkshires to Cape Cod I saw it all and in my last 30 minutes almost got rammed by a guy doing a Buck cutting back in as he weaved through traffic at high speed.
One guy blew by us on 195 and I said “He is going to get bagged”
One mile up.
I hope the Trooper ordered a tow truck for the bad driver’s car.
It will take all Summer to nail all these offenders. They all started to ignore the laws during Covid.
When the cops quit working.
The Vermont State Police admitted it was true for them.
They are beginning to chip away at the problem.
Beautiful morning out here. Headed for Providence RI later to pick up Doozie returning from NYC on the train.
Wear a life preserver if you don’t know how to swim. Swimming lessons must be open again now that we have been told to move on.
Sign up your family if it’s made up of non swimmers.
It’s a life skill.
Read to the end for some really good street fashion
— Read on www.garbageday.email/p/keep-posting-the-ronjak
Doozie just returned from an overnight up North after a visit to Dover NH.
Cleaning up my rollers and brushes.
The reason I am at it early to late is that every muscle seizes up when I sit down.
I am going fishing soon with Bryce .
A float trip with a guide in the Berkshires.
Saint-Gaudens would be jealous.
Last of the baseboards. I’m painting them now before they are set. My walls are done and I’ll ask the crew to take it easy on Monday.
If they show.
That’s the position you can get in down here.
It’s that time I guess . I have plenty of time. Doozie would like to invite the gals to visit.
It’s been a long haul over the Winter.
Promises have been made to escape for awhile when the cold returns.
So many things can wait
Nice day to be outside. Doozie is inside putting together a table she purchased from Wayfair.
I just went in to make myself a coffee and it looks like a project. No words were exchanged.
I heard a mutter but it did not warrant me piping up.
This post is from 2011. I ended up with everything on the list except sewer. It’s on the way though I might not be here to see it.
I had coffee this morning with my Aunt Connie and it’s always a chore dispelling and back filling all the bad news she consumes. I have to spend a great deal of time on this nonsense, bad news. She is almost 90 and watches a lot of television. In a discussion today about crime she used the mass grave story to illustrate a point.
“Hoax” I said.
“Oh I missed that ” she answers.
This happens with such frequency that I really get worried about these older folks and what they are thinking.
“Stay on the home shopping channel will ya Auntie!”
The Newsletter today in another arch editorial is spreading erroneous information to the public, even raising the spectre of the poor house for those of us under the EPA purview.
The number used in the editorial today of 75 milligrams per liter of nitrogen spilling from the Exeter River( above the falls) into the Squamscott River is incorrect. I read it and it screamed for verification, since it was a number that was being used.
I just spoke to a scientist concerning this matter. The amount of nitrogen at the head of tide in Exeter is about .5 milligram per liter on average.
Will there be a correction made this week , will those that have read today’s editorial get the message?
There is both reactive and non reactive nitrogen. The treatment plants produce the reactive type nitrogen and the amount has to be reduced to save Great Bay.
Great Bay from the mouth of the Squamscott River looking North to Newington, NH.
The science that was used to arrive at the magic number(3 milligrams) was collected over a twenty year period and was studied in a collaborative manner with the EPA, NH DES, and others for five years.
Everyone was in the tent.
Estuaries in other parts of the USA were studied as well to come up with the target number for Great Bay.
The Clean Water Act has been good for America , and for it’s future.
The CWA only addresses point sources, there is no mandate contained in the law to address non point sources and many of those produce the non reactive type of nitrogen.
The parsing of the two types of nitrogen and their effects is ongoing work .
I would not be caught dead in a Town without a professional police force, full time fire department, a complete school system, water & sewer, sidewalks, library, hospital . But hey, that’s me, I prefer a fully functioning community replete with services and their requisite employees.
Living together has economies of scale.
The representative from Brentwood at the Exeter Selectmen meeting last night should have turned out his pockets.
Just for the laughs.
Still with us.
COVID-19 outbreak hits CDC epidemiology conference
— Read on www.msn.com/en-us/health/other/covid-19-outbreak-hits-cdc-epidemiology-conference/ar-AA1bX2lY
Listen to track in TIDAL – The Band: I Shall Be Released
Listen to track in TIDAL – John Lennon: Imagine
Listen to track in TIDAL – The Alan Parsons Project: Eye In the Sky
When Credibility Matters
— Read on dailygazette.com/2023/05/28/niskayuna-planning-board-recommends-town-board-reject-mohawk-club-development/