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Carrie Nation: Nation, a leader of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, was known for praying on the doorsteps of saloons, often brandishing a hatchet to scare off would be drinkers. Her passion was fueled by a short lived marriage to an alcoholic. She was arrested at least 30 times between 1900 and 1910 for destroying saloons with her pro temperance cohorts..

Ten years ago, it seemed as if the nation was living a real life version of “Jaws,” in which every beach harbored a potential threat. It started on July 6, when 8 year old Jessie Arbogast had his arm bitten off by a bull shark off Pensacola, Fla. The incident was both horrifying and dramatic: Arbogast’s uncle pulled the shark to shore, allowing emergency medical personnel to get the boy’s arm out of the animal’s throat so it could later be reattached.

Not sure what boots you already have, but I would try and keep them relatively low profile and sleek. Not big and bulbous like a Beckman or Iron Ranger, but smaller like a Viberg, or maybe a dress boot like the AE Daltons. Haven seen much of the AE Higgins Mill, but they may be good (and happen to be on deep discount right now)..

Erik Kramer Ex Wife Cortney Baird Afraid He Going to Kill Her and DaughterCortney Baird, the wife of former NFL quarterback Erik Kramer, told police she fears for her life after Kramer threw several household objects at her during a June altercation, according to TMZ Sports. Kramer was ultimately arrested on domestic violence charges and released the next day, though he was given a restraining order and told to stay away from Baird and the couple daughter. But Baird remains fearful that Kramer will come after her despite the court order.

The current stop, question and frisk policy is not necessary. The most important tool in an NYPD officer’s crime fighting kit is a great relationship with the community. That is how trust is established and that is how we get safer streets for all. I am an international human rights lawyer, and I recently gave a TEDx talk about the future of human rights and technology, focusing on the impact of AI. I believe intelligent machines will dramatically disrupt the human rights paradigm, and they will certainly require that we look at what it means to be human in new ways. Intelligent machines currently being designed will soon have the ability to reason for themselves, to improve themselves, and in a short time will exponentially exceed the intellectual capacity of human beings.