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With seventy pounds of food, warm clothing, and video equipment loaded onto my old external frame pack, I stagger out of Yingri in the predawn light.
As we stagger from "recovery" to "recovery," the zeitgeist is grungy in fashion as well as in the art world, where the hardass antimastery mastery of the '80s has been challenged, or rather has withered into the kinder, gentler, "pathetic esthetic" of the '90s.
First Federal President Buddy Staggers said, "This merger is a wonderful opportunity for the customers, employees and shareholders of First Federal to be part of a growing financial services company and an even greater financial influence in the Golden Triangle area.
Staggers said: "I have been attacked without justification by WTI and its paid agents for pressing to get this matter brought to full disclosure.
A member of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Affairs, Staggers said the subcommittee will hold a hearing on Thursday, May 7, in Washington.
Staggers, who chaired a House Veterans Affairs Subcommittee hearing in Pittsburgh this weekend, said that he's concerned with the fact that far too many area veterans have fallen through the holes in the VA safety net.
There are more questions than answers, surrounding WTI," said Staggers, following a meeting with residents of West Virginia's Northern Panhandle who are opposed to the WTI facility.
I laugh at the build up of my mate staggering down the street, he staggers into the old man and I laugh at the way he goes down slow, it's childish I agree but with no malice or intent.
Whitney Lee Staggers and William Michael Thompson II were united in marriage at half past five o'clock in the evening on December 4, 2010, at First United Methodist Church in Starkville.
LOS ANGELES, May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- A new drinking board game, Pukes and Staggers, launches May 20, 2009 along with a "STAY HOME TONIGHT