I think we like Theodore Roosevelt's spirit in some way
Standing tough, no matter the outcome. Sister Jean's 98, good to be backed and a school like Loyola Chicago, well they got some talented players, and now they are going into the final four.
Fight the good fight, stand up for the little guy, all this and more.
This kind of salutary, we come we go, they came they've gone; like an awakening in sleepy town, like a moonshot, we made it to the moon, someone took a picture of Earth, just what it
looks like from space.
I rubbed up against the butt of dog high upon the heavens and flipped the Earth's polarity
so there was this rise and shine with nothing else to say, it's always the same, it's all gone mad
until you believe, what is it you believe
Thermodynamics: I wear this tight fitting spandex under my clothes, to help me run, like thermal underwear I would wear as a kid on the coldest of days.
Did you ever notice that when you wear thermal underwear underneath, that if you stand near anything, it reflects your own bodies warmth.
Copyright © Dave McGahan | Year Posted 2018
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