My name is Ryan Denson. I always been interested in storytelling and history. I became interesting in studying the ancient world through my Latin class in high school and by listening to Mike Duncan History of Rome podcast. Stalk your exesI seriously do not recommend doing this on Valentine’s Day, but honestly, I know most of you are going to do that anyway, so I added it to the list. Take some time to visit your ex’s Facebook, MySpace, and dating site profiles. Make sure to mock him whenever possible.
After visiting the sleek, multimillion dollar Great Blasket Centre, however, I learned that the Great Blasket Islanders true passion was melancholy storytelling and mourning a vanishing way of life. Irish was primarily an oral tradition for several hundred years until the late 19thCentury, and it was then, about 100 years ago, that the Islanders began to record their history in pen and ink, and to wistfully remember it. The irony is, best as I can tell, that all the sad clinging to the scattering pages of their ancestors lives; the fading solidarity with the harsh and rugged landscape, the soft peat, the vast sea; the lilting cadence of the speech and stories this mourning and remembering and wistful recording began a good generation or so before the island population decline.
So I kept tweaking and substituting over the last couple of weeks and finally ended up with both a dairy version and a non dairy version of cookie dough that results in fantastic gluten free hamentaschen. Give them a try and please tell me what you think. For those celebrating Purim, I wish you a wonderful holiday.
All this said, the KN 08, if it becomes operational, is still likely to pose a problem for the United States in the medium to long term. But for now, North Korea is not in a position to wage a war with the United States or South Korea, and will instead have to rely on asymmetric “provocations.” What could these involve? Most likely, activities such as last month’s cyber attack on South Korean media and banks. Or, if Kim needs more bang for his buck, then another shelling of South Korea Yellow Sea islands or even a naval skirmish.
The Ivy seemed to take their foot of the gas and were happy to dictate the game. Hulse was replaced by Barker, Kevin Smith replaced Dye at left back who picked up a knock and Hatton was introduced for Ayres. The scoring wasn’t finished there though as Cann completed his hat trick, after a typical mazy run and tidy finish from a tight angle and then the icing on the cake came when after a through ball by Kev Smith, Cann was clean through on goal and made no mistake at the second attempt..