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I can hit almost 10 of those sites in Cincinnati! In fact I have taken more pictures of the Cincinnati Zoo than any other subject (except for perhaps the Northside 4th of July Parade).
Finished this afternoon!!! What? The actual story? nah, needs another 10,000 words or so. but that need not be done at such a hectic pace!
I am already camping outside this brewpub...
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Check out NPR's All Songs Considered Podcast. That's where I first heard all three of those bands. http://www.npr.org/programs/all-songs-considered/
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" And unless you want to start blaming poor people for being poor, it doesn't make any sense to blame fat people for being fat." What makes you think we don't blame poor people for being poor. That's one of the basic tenets of Republican public policy nowadays. In fact one the the faux witticisms that spews from my conservative friends is that America is the only country where the poor peopl are fat! The connection between poverty and obesity can't be stressed enough. I like your point about how changing public policy is actually easier than changing peoples habits. Of course you will run into opposition once again from the Right, who have decided, to paraphrase Paul Krugman, that using public policy to actually help people is immoral on it's face. I've always been a skinny boy, but now that 42 is upon me I find my years of being a junk food junkie have left me with a classic 25 lbs of spare tire. Trying to get rif of it is a lot harder than it should be. And I share most of the advantages you have. Great writing as usual Greta.
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