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Receipt for the 4 for $2 deal on Arizona ice Tea at CVS

Arizona, Arizona State University, and Art: Blatant (attempted) rip-off of Ansel Adams' Pueblos. From the art museum on the campus of Arizona State University.
Arizona, Arizona State University, and Art: Blatant (attempted) rip-off of Ansel Adams' Pueblos. From the art museum on the campus of Arizona State University.

Blatant (attempted) rip-off of Ansel Adams' Pueblos. From the art museum on the campus of Arizona State University.

Beautiful, College, and Family: Dear friends, In the months since I announced that I am considering running for president as a centrist independent, I have been traveling the country, talking with and listening to people in 15 states. I've met with thousands of people, from family farmers in Kansas and veterans in Colorado to college students in Texas and small-business owners in Florida. So many have been exceedingly gracious and forthcoming about their lives-their problems as well as their achievements, their worries as well as their hopes. What I saw and heard provided a beautiful window into the strong soul of our country. While I was in Arizona, I unfortunately experienced acute back pain that required me to cut my travels short. Over the following two months, I underwent three separate back surgeries. Today, I am rehabilitate. I have decided to take the summer to do just that. feeling much better, and my doctors foresee a full recovery so long as I rest and I take this detour from the road reluctantly. My so much more from our elected officials. Civility. Honesty. Real problem solving. My belief in these ideals will never waver. concern for our country's future remains, as does my belief that the American people deserve Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to meet with me, to support me, and to share your stories and ideas. We truly are in this together, and I look forward to being back in touch after Labor Day. With respect and gratitude, A proud day indeed. I want to congratulate the internet for collectively riding Howard Schultz so hard, we literally broke his back. Well done everyone. Together, we truly can do great things
Beautiful, College, and Family: Dear friends,
 In the months since I announced that I am considering running for president as a centrist independent, I have been traveling the country,
 talking with and listening to people in 15 states. I've met with thousands of people, from family farmers in Kansas and veterans in Colorado
 to college students in Texas and small-business owners in Florida. So many have been exceedingly gracious and forthcoming about their
 lives-their problems as well as their achievements, their worries as well as their hopes. What I saw and heard provided a beautiful window
 into the strong soul of our country.
 While I was in Arizona, I unfortunately experienced acute back pain that required me to cut my travels short. Over the following two months,
 I underwent three separate back surgeries. Today, I am
 rehabilitate. I have decided to take the summer to do just that.
 feeling much better, and my doctors foresee a full recovery so long as I rest and
 I take this detour from the road reluctantly. My
 so much more from our elected officials. Civility. Honesty. Real problem solving. My belief in these ideals will never waver.
 concern for our country's future remains, as does my belief that the American people deserve
 Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to meet with me, to support me, and to share your stories and ideas. We truly are in this
 together, and I look forward to being back in touch after Labor Day.
 With respect and gratitude,
A proud day indeed. I want to congratulate the internet for collectively riding Howard Schultz so hard, we literally broke his back. Well done everyone. Together, we truly can do great things

A proud day indeed. I want to congratulate the internet for collectively riding Howard Schultz so hard, we literally broke his back. Well do...

Arizona, Utah, and Western: I recently took a road trip through the Western states of Arizona, Nevada and Utah. Was lucky enough to capture this shot on the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona.
Arizona, Utah, and Western: I recently took a road trip through the Western states of Arizona, Nevada and Utah. Was lucky enough to capture this shot on the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona.

I recently took a road trip through the Western states of Arizona, Nevada and Utah. Was lucky enough to capture this shot on the Navajo Nati...

Books, Community, and Desperate: COENZYME O10 EL n racS (240m ELECTROLYTES er 2 REIGN TOTAL BODY FUEL TURAL CAFFE ET RECED FMICUE -812 tRANCHED CAIN AMN ACIS BECTRLTES -1-4 ENDED FOR PERSONS 2 YEARS OR OLDER 473 WAR AND stores because enemies from all directions crossed the pass above Sheep Springs. In the next story Mexican slave raiders from the Rio Grande at- tack Navajo camps near Rock Point, Arizona. Emma Lee Jim, great-granddaughter of the heroine, tells the story. Her son Rex, who learned to write Navajo as a student at Rock Point School, wrote down her words and has published her story in a Navajo supplement to this book2 His English translation appears here. RESERVATION Navajo Country, like anv place where many tribes and nations cross the same land, has seen as much war as peace. Especially in the time between 1800 and 1864, stones of war and raids among Navajos, Utes, Hopis, Zunis, Comanches, Apaches and Span- rs are nearly endless. Those were truly the days of the Wild The rocks in the area where the raid actually happened add an in- teresting note to the story. On a wall covered by ancient Anasazi and Navajo drawings are the words"Blas Lucero Año de 1860" and "Navajoe Expedition October 21st, 1860." Military records mention Lucero often as an Indian fighter and slave raider. Colonel Canby of the U.S. Army led the Navajo Expedition and hired Lucero and his men as a "spy company." No doubt they knew the area and raided camps there more than once. Last of all came the U.S. Army. In 1848 they marched into Santa Fe and made the Mexican towns of New Mexico part of the United States. The Navajos' turn came in 1864. Soldiers led by Kit Carson rounded up some 8,000 Navajos, marched them to Hroeeldi Fort Sumner in Eastern New Mexicoand kept them West According miles further down the valley at a place called Tó Dilhil (Dark Water). The short piece titled "ANavajo Warrior" is printed as told by the warrior's grandson, T6 Dilhil Bive, who comes from that place. to the records, the Navajo Expedition camped a few This book will not retell the story of the "Long Walk" to Fort Sumner because many other books tell it. Instead, this chapter takes a look at the fighting that came before the Long Walk and the peace that came after it. The stories raise many questions: Why did the fighting take place? What did people want from the land they fought over? How did people feel about their homeland? Could wiser people have kept the peace? How did the Navajos survive as well as they did? there for four years The last story tells of the birth of the Navajo leader Chee Dodge during the wars between the Navajos and the U.S. Army. It comes from the records left by the U.S. Army and the memories of his descendants, especially his son Tom Dodge. The many stories about Chee do not agree in every detail. However, all paint a strong picture of how people lived and fought, even though the whole truth may be hidden forever by the dust of After the Long Walk and four years at Fort Sumner, the Navajo reservation was created and a line was drawn around it. Navajos were not supposed to leave it. The new rules and lines slowly ended the shooting, but they did not change the way people felt about the land. A few old wars still go on under the new rules. History shows how people came to feel the way they do. Each of the stories is a thread in the history of our land. Such stories are told in many families by the descendants of the raiders and warriors and heroes who lived them. They forever. war are part of us 2Naakautahgoo Tahdityd, by Emma Lee Jim, transcnbed by Rex Lee Jim, Rock Point Community School, Chinle, Anzona, 1981 Tales of raiding between Utes and Navajos open the chapter. They come from Ken Foster of Sheep Springs the Chuska Mountains. The elders of his family tell many such See bibliography 123 on the east side of NM7631 d ts ering Paper due tomorrow morning at 9. Halfway done. Would have been done sooner, but my pappa pased away a few days ago. Desperate attempt at an all-nighter to get it done on time. Gin and tonic + energy drinks to get me through. Wish me luck!
Books, Community, and Desperate: COENZYME O10
 EL
 n racS
 (240m
 ELECTROLYTES
 er 2
 REIGN
 TOTAL BODY FUEL
 TURAL
 CAFFE
 ET
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 AMN ACIS
 BECTRLTES
 -1-4
 ENDED FOR PERSONS
 2 YEARS OR OLDER
 473
 WAR AND
 stores because enemies from all directions crossed the pass
 above Sheep Springs.
 In the next story Mexican slave raiders from the Rio Grande at-
 tack Navajo camps near Rock Point, Arizona. Emma Lee Jim,
 great-granddaughter of the heroine, tells the story. Her son Rex,
 who learned to write Navajo as a student at Rock Point School,
 wrote down her words and has published her story in a Navajo
 supplement to this book2 His English translation appears here.
 RESERVATION
 Navajo Country, like anv place where many tribes and nations
 cross the same land, has seen as much war as peace. Especially in
 the time between 1800 and 1864, stones of war and raids among
 Navajos, Utes, Hopis, Zunis, Comanches, Apaches and Span-
 rs are nearly endless. Those were truly the days of the Wild
 The rocks in the area where the raid actually happened add an in-
 teresting note to the story. On a wall covered by ancient Anasazi
 and Navajo drawings are the words"Blas Lucero Año de 1860" and
 "Navajoe Expedition October 21st, 1860." Military records mention
 Lucero often as an Indian fighter and slave raider. Colonel Canby
 of the U.S. Army led the Navajo Expedition and hired Lucero
 and his men as a "spy company." No doubt they knew the area
 and raided camps there more than once.
 Last of all came the U.S. Army. In 1848 they marched into Santa
 Fe and made the Mexican towns of New Mexico part of the
 United States. The Navajos' turn came in 1864. Soldiers led by Kit
 Carson rounded up some 8,000 Navajos, marched them to
 Hroeeldi Fort Sumner in Eastern New Mexicoand kept them
 West
 According
 miles further down the valley at a place called Tó Dilhil (Dark
 Water). The short piece titled "ANavajo Warrior" is printed as
 told by the warrior's grandson, T6 Dilhil Bive, who comes from
 that place.
 to the records, the Navajo Expedition camped a few
 This book will not retell the story of the "Long Walk" to Fort
 Sumner because many other books tell it. Instead, this chapter
 takes a look at the fighting that came before the Long Walk and
 the peace that came after it. The stories raise many questions:
 Why did the fighting take place?
 What did people want from the land they fought over?
 How did people feel about their homeland?
 Could wiser people have kept the peace?
 How did the Navajos survive as well as they did?
 there for four years
 The last story tells of the birth of the Navajo leader Chee Dodge
 during the wars between the Navajos and the U.S. Army. It
 comes from the records left by the U.S. Army and the memories
 of his descendants, especially his son Tom Dodge. The many
 stories about Chee do not agree in every detail. However, all
 paint a strong picture of how people lived and fought, even
 though the whole truth may be hidden forever by the dust of
 After the Long Walk and four years at Fort Sumner, the Navajo
 reservation was created and a line was drawn around it. Navajos
 were not supposed to leave it. The new rules and lines slowly
 ended the shooting, but they did not change the way people felt
 about the land. A few old wars still go on under the new rules.
 History shows how people came to feel the way they do.
 Each of the stories is a thread in the history of our land. Such
 stories are told in many families by the descendants of the raiders
 and warriors and heroes who lived them. They
 forever.
 war
 are part of us
 2Naakautahgoo Tahdityd, by Emma Lee Jim, transcnbed by Rex Lee Jim, Rock Point Community
 School, Chinle, Anzona, 1981
 Tales of raiding between Utes and Navajos open the chapter.
 They come from Ken Foster of Sheep Springs
 the Chuska Mountains. The elders of his family tell many such
 See bibliography
 123
 on the east side of
 NM7631
 d ts
 ering
Paper due tomorrow morning at 9. Halfway done. Would have been done sooner, but my pappa pased away a few days ago. Desperate attempt at an all-nighter to get it done on time. Gin and tonic + energy drinks to get me through. Wish me luck!

Paper due tomorrow morning at 9. Halfway done. Would have been done sooner, but my pappa pased away a few days ago. Desperate attempt at an ...