Problems and Corrections?

Do you have any familiarity with these programs and how well do they work?

Is this a proactive, reactive and most importantly an effective community policing idea?   Maybe folks could sit in a circle and sing of romance, harmony and brotherhood.  Then when that doesn’t work as planned,  the hard-ass SWAT, Delta folks can explain reality.

 

Devin Kelly: Former Anchorage Assemblyman Paul Honeman hired in new police position

University Sports: The costs and benefits for all?

Colleges can not support themselves and provide quality education for all students.  What guidelines are used to determine necessity and how many students benefit?

 

Beth Bragg, Doyle Woody University budget report puts Alaska college hockey in crosshairs

 

 

Beware The Cosmic Light Bulb August 19, 2016

There’s a fine balance between working to define ourselves without our old roles and thinking too much about ourselves. A fine line between autonomy and pushiness. If life is a constant story of error, correction, and resolution to do better, I guess there’s more of the same in my Third Third. Yup.

 

Our Third Thirds Beware the Cosmic Light Bulb

 

South Anchorage Farmers Market – Saturday

9 am – 2 pm

@ Subway/Cellular One Sports Centre

(the corner of Old Seward and O’Malley)

South Anchorage Farmers Market – Saturday

Bridge Recycling

How Old Bridges Are Turned into Turntables

 

Women Only Olympics 1922

The Olympic Committee Spent Years Concern-Trolling Women About ‘Wandering Wombs’
But the women’s-only Olympics of 1922 disproved doctors, doubters, and the IOC.
by Natalie Zarrelli August 17, 2016

 

Women’s Only Olympics of 1922

76th Sturgis 2016: NSFW

76th STURGIS MOTORCYCLE RALLY 2016 (South Dakota) || Ready to Erupt with Cool Bikes & Hot Babes

Sturgis

Whale Bones Viewing August 19, 2016

Whale Bones

Gateway To The Arctic: Barrow, Alaska Cold Alaskan bones. (Photo: Jeffrey Philip Roddy/CC BY-SA 3.0) This Barrow, Alaska arch opens up to the Arctic Ocean, symbolizing Barrow's relationship to the sea and whaling. The "Gateway to the Arctic" sits upon a gray pebbled beach with the shells of traditional whaling boats and other bones scattered about. There is little information about the arch's history, though sources date it to the end of the 19th century.

Gateway To The Arctic: Barrow, Alaska
Cold Alaskan bones. (Photo: Jeffrey Philip Roddy/CC BY-SA 3.0)
This Barrow, Alaska arch opens up to the Arctic Ocean, symbolizing Barrow’s relationship to the sea and whaling. The “Gateway to the Arctic” sits upon a gray pebbled beach with the shells of traditional whaling boats and other bones scattered about. There is little information about the arch’s history, though sources date it to the end of the 19th century.

 

10 Places Where You Can See Whale Bones Outside a Museum Whales figure into town arches, church façades, and more. by Eric Grundhauser August 17, 2016

 

 

Steve Buscemi: Before he was famous August 19, 2016

Steve Buscemi, 2009

Steve Buscemi, 2009

 

Steve Buscemi Wikipedia

Steve Buscemi on his prior career as a firefighter  (Video)

Perception August 19, 2016

If we are to achieve a richer culture, rich in contrasting values, we must recognize the whole gamut of human potentialities, and so weave a less arbitrary social fabric, one in which each diverse gift will find a fitting place.
Margaret Mead,
cultural anthropologist

“Public opinion is always more tyrannical towards those who obviously fear it than towards those who feel indifferent to it.”
Bertrand Russell, Conquest of Happiness