Alley rest time–from witlessdatingafterfifty:

By the Mighty Mumford

We were at the time, slightly bored craving some adventure, while not wandering too far from home. Tired from Mingo swimming pool, yet not dark enough to go inside and quit. We headed the new way to St Mary’s, where the whole playground changed. Water bottles ready for hydrating, feet nearly ready to set off […]

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The Historic Route 66

Only seen small sections, but the legends live on


One of the most iconic roads in the world, and most definitely the most iconic of in the USA runs through 8 different states and for over 2400 miles from Chicago in Illinois to Santa Monica in California.

Even though it no longer officially exists, it is well loved and you can still drive on some parts of it. The most common travelers on this road are tourists looking to recreate some great film or television moments and truck drivers.

Trucking is an ideal opportunity to travel across the country and make money doing so. If you’re interested in this line of work, leasing a truck might be an ideal move for you

History of Route 66

Before the existence of USA’s highway network, parts of this road have been commissioned by various states and counties. The first road which was later incorporated into the Route 66 was…

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Kid Rock For The U.S. Senate In Michigan

Truth Troubles


Kid Rock’s R-rated speech made his politics clear. But he left out the most important part.

 September 13 at 2:59 AM
Kid Rock performs during a concert before the Daytona 500 auto race in Daytona Beach, Fla., in 2015. (AP)

Musician Kid Rock, who says he’s exploring a run for the Senate, delivered an R-rated political speech in Detroit on Tuesday night, chastising everyone from Nazis and professional athletes to single moms and deadbeat dads but pulling up short of officially declaring his candidacy as some had anticipated.

.@kidrock made a political speech tonight in Detroit as expected, but did NOT make clear that he’s really running for anything.

The singer, née Robert Ritchie…

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An Enduring World Series Blooper (Or, The Ability to Move On)


In October 1912, six months after the sinking of the RMS Titanic and two years before the start of the First World War, the Boston Red Sox and the old New York Giants squared off in what would prove to be an exciting, competitive, and nail-biting World Series.  The series would go to a deciding seventh game (technically, an eighth game, as a game earlier in the series had been called off on account of darkness) as the two best teams in baseball went toe-to-toe.

The deciding game took place on Wednesday, October 16, in Boston’s Fenway Park, which had just opened for business that spring.  Trees were starting to turn, the air had a tang to it, and, one way or another, the 1912 baseball season was about to reach its conclusion.

The Spalding’s Official Baseball Guide that hit the newsstands the following spring wrote of the 1912 Series:…

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With help from Penney Vanderbilt