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"Took a Walk and Saved a Puppy"



Took a walk on the beach today and while I was there I caught a run-away dog who got away from his owner.. He was a youngster black Lab just being a wiseguy. I stopped traffic so I could catch him.. Actually he came to me when I called him.. Its funny I should have took his picture but I forgot..

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"Time"



I am doing much better now that the fake blizzard is over. All that's left is a few piles of snow and its melting as I write this.. Its the first day of Spring Monday and the time has been changed so I will be going out on Saturday nights to be with friends.. I realize most of my problem is wanting to move from this place so when other things happen it just multiplies the existing problems.. I just came back from my evening walk and although its cold it was accelerating and refreshing. That makes things just a little bit better..

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"On this Day in History"



On this day in 1968, construction starts on the north tunnel of the Eisenhower/Johnson Memorial Tunnel on Interstate 70 in Colorado, some 60 miles west of Denver. Located at an altitude of more than 11,000 feet, the project was an engineering marvel and became the world’s highest vehicular tunnel when it was completed in 1979. Four months after opening, one million vehicles had passed through the tunnel; today, some 10 million vehicles drive through it each year. This tunnel cost $117 million to construct and at the height of the building process, some 1,140 people worked three shifts, 24 hours a day, six days a week. The south tunnel cost $145 million and employed 800 workers, approximately 500 of whom were involved in drilling operations.

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"On This Day in American History"



On March 14, 1950, the FBI’s 10 most wanted list debuts. Director J. Edgar Hoover approves the list after a news story about the "Toughest guys" the FBI wants to nab captures widespread public attention. The aim of the FBI’s new "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives" list is to publicize particularly dangerous fugitives. Only eight women have appeared on the Ten Most Wanted list. Ruth Eisemann-Schier was the first in 1968. While Schier was in prison, convicted for participating in the kidnapping-for-ransom of land heiress Barbara Jane Mackle, Gene Miller, in collaboration with Mackle, wrote about the crime in "83 Hours Till Dawn". Schier served four years of her sentence and was paroled in 1973 on condition of deportation to her native Honduras.
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"Good News"



Good news ... I was right! This so-called storm was not what it was cracked up to be.. I won't gloat.. Much... It changed to rain early this afternoon and its been pouring ever since.. Its melting pretty fast because its a warm spring like 33 degrees.. I didn't hear any of those so-called intelligent forecasters say anything about a Spring storm.. They all went ahead and scared the crap out of everybody.. OK, I'm done gloating now.. Thank you everyone for your support through this insanity...All my birds ate well today including Mr. Robin whose main complaint was he had to eat seeds and not worms but he is getting over it..

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