Thomas ! / Who Doesn’t Know Him ?

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He always projects a great image of himself .

Thinking that the world revolves around him.

He is master of ever subject and trade.

Exceptional expert about every known field.

He never opened an encyclopedia but he thinks as one.

He is afraid of the reality that shows him the end.

No one is around him ,no relative neither a friend.

He never watched the waves embracing the shores.

Never tried to understand his uncertain fate.

Living in his own empty shell of sorrow and void.

Jalal Michael Sabbagh-http://mysuccessisyoursuccess.wordpress.com

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Bernie Is Pointing to a “New Way” – Well, the “Old Way”

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“In politics, the Third Way is a position akin to centrism that tries to reconcile right-wing and left-wing politics by advocating a varying synthesis of right-wing economic and left-wing social policies. The Third Way was created as a serious re-evaluation of political policies within various centre-left progressive movements in response to international doubt regarding the economic viability of the state; economic interventionist policies that had previously been popularized by Keynesianism and contrasted with the corresponding rise of popularity for economic liberalism and the New Right. The Third Way is promoted by some social democratic and social liberal movements.” – Wikipedia

s this the last gasp of a dying political philosophy? Will the “Third Way” ushered in by Bill Clinton end with Hillary Clinton? I do not see a Third Way candidate emerging as the leader of the Democratic Party again. I believe the centrist movement will die with the end…

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Suppliers of vegetation management equipment and services expect a busy year on the brush-control front

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Vegetation management is a fact of life for railroads, and it can be a challenge to keep pace with nature’s progress. “One thing is certain: Vegetation will continue to grow and require maintenance on rail lines nationwide,” said Scott Balderson, president and chief executive officer of Dymax Inc., which offers a range of railroad maintenance equipment.

What’s also certain is that manufacturers will continue to develop more versatile, compact and mobile ways to remove brush and other growth that can interfere with rail operations.

In recent years, however, the increased prevalence of the emerald ash borer and pine beetle has complicated vegetation management efforts in some parts of the United States.

An Asian beetle that feasts on species of ash trees and likely arrived in the United States in the early 2000s on wood packing material carried in cargo ships, the emerald ash borer has cost municipalities, property owners…

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