May 9, 2016
USA Today: Grocery stores stuck in the slow checkout line
"Now organic is everywhere you look," he says. "It's a macro benefit for consumers."
For example, take Baltimore's Inner Harbor. They're literally swimming in organic matter. Well, they would be if the harbor was considered swimmable.
May 8, 2016
The Baltimore Sun: Harbor posts failing grades in water quality report card again, pushing 'swimmable' goal further out of reach
The primary concerns continue to be fecal bacteria from the city's aged and leaking sewage system and...
Good old-fashioned American infrastructure pumping out that organic matter, baby. That's what I'm talking about. It's everywhere you look. Just don't let it get stuck in your teeth when you're swimming, lol. Sigh.
Bad Mark. Bad! Bad!
School Reuse - From the Thomas Aquinas College newsletter. The College’s new, New England home owes its origins to a 19th century Protestant evangelist, Dwight Lyman Mood...
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