There's a saying known as Betteridge's law of headlines. It goes: "Any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word 'no.'"
The headline of this post is Exhibit A for that concept. If you don't believe us, ask Victor Pratt.
EDITOR'S NOTE: A piece on Cooper's hawks in our October issue brought back memories for Arizona Highways reader Chris Angle, who shared this account of a childhood encounter with one of the birds.
The Wilds of Suburbia
By Chris Angle
The Alabama Workers' Comp Blawg is 10 years old! We would like to take this time to thank all of our readers who have helped to makehttp://www.alabamaworkerscompblawg.com a go to reference for Alabama workers' compensation! We would also like to take this opportunity to wish a happy birthday to Scott Baio, Joan Jett, Bilbo Baggins, and Tommy Lasorda. Next year we need to have a group party!
This was a strange year for growing, seems to be the consensus among people that notice.The summer was cool and things seemed not to come at their usual time--like the berries! But then we have been spoiled for two years of exceptionally warm summers a...
By Wynne Brown
As Sara Allen Plummer waved goodbye to her family from a wooden sidewheel steamer, she wondered what lay ahead for her. It was 1869, she was 33 years old, and she was hoping to save her own life by moving — alone — from New York to Calif...