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Forget your p envy and trash thoughts

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My mom always, still to this day, badmouthed my dad. Saying he just up and packed his stuff and left. No warning, nothing. Wrong, I was easily sponsored by the Sheriff of a major city and never rejected for any reason. By choice, I never sought commission after experiencing the blockheads in uniform. Forget your p envy and trash thoughts, you the only trash thinker here.

That being said, the sport is getting very exciting to watch and follow. More national teams are getting better and being taken seriously by their federations. Leagues are getting a little bigger and more stable around the world. (Laughter and applause.) This is the type of wise counsel that you are looking for from a Vice President. (Laughter.) Unfortunately, I didn’t follow his counsel and so my bracket was busted. (Laughter.).

To this day, I remember him as one of my favourite school workers. About 5 years after I left that school and was in highschool, he happened to drive by me in a convertible and stopped and still remembered my name, said hi, and asked how things were going. That guy was 100% a principal..

Thrive Dance Company is UC Berkeley’s premier contemporary dance company. Known for their emotive, almost avant garde productions, Thrive dancers spent the summer choreographing, rehearsing and shooting a video album their interpretation of Frank Ocean’s 2016 album, “Blonde.” Their audition process begins Aug. 31 and Sept.

Now listen: Montclair is a great town. I grew up in Parsippany, and Montclair was a place I enjoyed visiting. Great restaurants, great bookstore. The last time you met with your auto insurance agent, you had a lot on your mind: your next appointment, your grocery list, your yard work. So you nodded as he talked about low deductibles and roadside assistance extras and signed the contract before scrambling out the door. But now it’s time to renew your policy, and as you browse through your paperwork, you begin to wonder if those high monthly premiums are a result of carrying too much insurance on your vehicle.

On Saturday, rowers Julia Miller, Eliza Brooks and Alex Sparks Hanson, with coxswain Julie Castelbaum, placed fifth in the finals in 6:22.473.Lower Merion completed its season at the SRRA with five boats: the women’s junior four, men’s junior four, women’s senior four, women’s lightweight four and men’s lightweight four.Both the women’s junior four (Allegra Massaro, Alexa Kuenstler, Morgan Gerwitz, Sarah Joseph and coxswain Rachael Bowen) and men’s junior four (Adam Reicherter, Walker Mills, Howie Robins, Itai Doron, and coxswain Dan Cohen) rowed fast in strong heats.The women’s senior four (Julia Vresilovic, Paulina Marcucci, Lauren Maslanka, Becky Wahrman and coxswain Marisa Fraimow) advanced to the semifinals and fell one place shy of the Petite Final during two days of fierce competition.The Lower Merion women’s lightweight four (Aly Goldstein, Leah Greenspan, Ellen Urheim, Julia Policastro, and coxswain Gabrielle Mezochow) also advanced to the semifinals and just missed qualification for the final while competing against the three eventual medal winning crews.The men’s lightweight four (James Buckmann, Tom Mickler, Casey Klein, Michael Lowney, and coxswain Dan Abrams) took the silver medal in the final, adding a fourth consecutive year of medal performances at Nationals for the LM lightweight four.The Merion Mercy Academy varsity 4+ of Kerry Bennett, Moira Schanne Clip-In Hair Extensions, Amanda Lorei, Maureen White and Katie Messina (cox) had a great weekend at the SRAA’s, capturing a silver medal in one of the events most prestigious women’s races.After a convincing win in a qualifying heat Friday and a strong second place to defending champion Peddie School in Saturday morning’s semifinal, Merion Mercy reached the late afternoon championship hoping for an upset.The Merion Mercy V 4 made its move about a third of the way through the race and moved into a convincing second place by the 1,000 meter mark. While it couldn’t catch lightening quick Peddie, it captured second place convincingly over the rest of the field.Merion Mercy had one other crew reach the finals as the lightweight 4 ((Beth Ryan, Jackie Prazenica, Mary Houston, Olivia Nowinski, and Jen Guzzardi, cox) had two excellent races to reach the medal round before finishing sixth.Catching up with results from the previous week’s Stotesbury Regatta, Haverford School claimed medals in four of the nine races it entered. The results began with Haverford’s undefeated JV double of Balt Heldring and Cole Chiumento placing first out of 17 competitors.ArticlesLower Merion: Dems take LM School Board, contested commissioners spotsUpdate: Heavy turnout in Radnor, apparent Democratic wave electionFacing child porn charges, Radnor Commissioner Phil Ahr resigns; more disturbing material found on township iPadElection 2017: 8 seeking 4 seats on LMSD School BoardRadnor Lower Merion football rivalry never gets oldLawyer for two Radnor commissioners pens letter demanding Phil Ahr resign from BOCLM police OK’d to hunt deer in township parks3 charged after crash on Main LineAs I See It: LMSD Board candidate forum ‘political sham’Update: Teens sickened after eating possible marijuana laced brownies.

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