So enough with mere age as an argument. What of the flag itself? Should New York City’s banner be cast into the dustbin of history? Before June 1915, New York City had no official flag, and used, on an ad hoc basis, an unofficial white banner bearing the city seal. “Up to the present time,” as reported in Seal and Flag of the City of New York (published in 1915), “the City of New York has never possessed an official flag in any true sense of the term.” Mayor John Purroy Mitchel appointed a citizen led committee to produce an official flag and to introduce a historically informed, standardized version of the city seal.
I think through So ME and NH I was barely doing 12 15 and I was def at my peak physically. By the time I got to CT and south I could cruise 20+ days because it was so flat compared to the North. Going into Harper I started to get worn down, especially by the PA rocks and my feet hurt and I was back to 15 20 mile days till the end..
But in Marseille, France, the head of the intensive care ward at La Timone Hospital fears the EU stumbled at the starting line. “There was a clear lack of anticipation. Then a lack of doses. If you don mind me asking. Is it hard to publish it on Amazon, Kobo, etc? How do you go about getting it noticed if you do publish it on there? I would imagine the family considered these options and might have a reason why they didn However, I was texting with his parents tonight and told them that when I get my copy, I going to come by and ask him to sign it (probably cool for him, and maybe it fund my retirement one day lol). I ask them then their thoughts on publishing with Amazon/Kobo, and I provide any feedback/advice you able/willing to share.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA man has been praised for jumping into a frozen lake to rescue a dog that had fallen in.Neil Callender and his wife Kellie, 45, were out walking their own Boxer, Luna, at Watergate Forest Park, in Lobley Hill, Gateshead, on Thursday morning when they saw a dog run onto a lake that had frozen.They then saw the ice break before the animal fell into the freezing water. Neil promptly took off his coat and went into the water to save the dog.Another member of the public threw him a stick, which he used to break the ice to reach the pet. The dog then swam to him and Neil brought it to safety.Neil, 46, of Dunston, said: “We were walking our own dog and we saw a couple walking towards us.