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Sure, cats make messes. Willie makes it right. Baby voice is just how I talk to him, deal with it. For licensing/usage please contact: licensing(at)jukinmedi...
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April 14, 2012 from 1pm to 3pm
Traverse Traveler Scavenger Hunt for Autism is a family-friendly event created to raise money for the TCAPS iPads for Autism program, raise awareness about autism, and of course, have FUN!Traverse Traveler Scavenger Hunt for Autism will take place in downtown Traverse City on Saturday, April 14, from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Teams of up to 5 people will participate in one of two event tracks:Family Track: Geared toward families with…See More
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Yooper Bars -- A Book About Michigan's Upper Peninsula Bars

Posted on April 7, 2011 at 9:41am 2 Comments

For those non-trolls looking to tie one on, Yooper Bars is a book in progress that you might find interesting. Their preview spread of The Merchant's Bar in the UP looks great and offers a short writeup for each bar, bar stats (e.g., "Canadian Currency Welcome"), bar history, photos, drinks offered, and few pieces of trivia like "The quantity of peanuts served annually…


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At 9:55am on April 3, 2009, Ileana Habsburg-Snyder said…
Did you take all these? Nice job. I especially like the one of you in your jammies. Check out my photos of ice.
At 9:04am on October 24, 2008, Bethany Kucera said…
Miguel, (sp?)

So how much memory am I bogging down if I didn't down save my photos b4 putting them on MyNorth?
At 11:24am on October 9, 2008, scott said…
what up! I need hats because I don't have the thick head of hair that you have!:)
At 1:51pm on October 8, 2008, Levi Truelove said…
Who the heck are you?
At 9:59am on October 2, 2008, Diane Kolak said…
Propaganda posters? Sign me up! That's every designer's dream assignment!
At 9:15am on October 2, 2008, Diane Kolak said…
You know, nations divide over things like this. I changed my theme, but I'm not happy about it, Mr. Hitl— um, I mean, Mr. Thompson.
At 8:51am on October 1, 2008, Ann Gatrell said…
Weather on this side of the world is cold and rainy! Great photos on your site!! I'm waiting for my son to get some time to help me with mine - remember I'm "technologically challenged". Of course, how could YOU forget!!
At 2:50pm on September 26, 2008, Diane Kolak said…
Whoa, take it easy! I presented that little ditty as support for both our positions. I was not implying you were wrong. ;)
At 2:02pm on September 26, 2008, Diane Kolak said…
Here's the full story, if you really want to know. Terribly interesting stuff.
Sir Thomas More is the first writer known to have used both infer and imply in their approved senses (1528). He is also the first to have used infer in a sense close in meaning to imply (1533). Both of these uses of infer coexisted without comment until some time around the end of World War I. Since then, senses 3 and 4 of infer have been frequently condemned as an undesirable blurring of a useful distinction. The actual blurring has been done by the commentators. Sense 3, descended from More's use of 1533, does not occur with a personal subject. When objections arose, they were to a use with a personal subject (now sense 4). Since dictionaries did not recognize this use specifically, the objectors assumed that sense 3 was the one they found illogical, even though it had been in respectable use for four centuries. The actual usage condemned was a spoken one never used in logical discourse. At present sense 4 is found in print chiefly in letters to the editor and other informal prose, not in serious intellectual writing. The controversy over sense 4 has apparently reduced the frequency of use of sense 3.
At 1:27pm on September 26, 2008, Diane Kolak said…
Alright, Mr. Pickypants... back atcha: "implying" not "inferring."


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