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Some take to the roads, burn their effigies and conduct funeral processions for them with garlands made of slippers. And over time or sometimes, in no time when the fallen idols have resurrected themselves, we do what we do best; we begin our adulation and fawning all over again. There is no such thing as consistency.
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Previously, this committee recommended that the utility wait for more health information before making a decision about the future/continued operation of Well 15 based on PFAS presence. Interim General Manager Joe Grande will be seeking a recommendation from the committee. In particular, what criteria could the utility use as part of a decision framework for well operations when an unregulated contaminant is detected? While this framework is being considered specifically in the context of PFAS at Well 15, it can be applied more generally to any unregulated contaminant at any well for example, hexavalent chromium or 1,4 dioxane.
You right in that the gear would be wasted sitting in the corner of your basement or whatever. Its made to be played! I get it for vintage stuff if you a collector, but if someone gave me a $5000 Suhr you bet your ass I would be playing it every night. An ebow is $100.
When journalist Anne Helen Petersen editor suggested she might be suffering from burnout, instead of acknowledging the entirely correct diagnosis and taking a much needed break, Petersen pitched an essay on what she had come to call errand paralysis. By which she meant the inability to execute those second half of the to do list tasks; getting back to an email, booking an appointment. She was, she recalls, not really feeling anything at all by this point.