Getting a very late start to this Monday list. Not that it would most likely be missed if it wasn’t here. If readers actually valued content they would offer a monetary thank you now and then. Which they don’t do.
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A bit of railroad history – some related to Springfield Illinois
It’s a Saturday edition. Most likely a mix of old and new.
Another day and no dollars. Enjoy the content I aggregate and provide that readers seem to like daily. But don’t feel is good enough to drop a monetary tip once a month for.
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Some things I have found interesting for this Thursday.
Very aggravating to see each day that readers here can’t be bothered to drop a monetary thank you every once in awhile. It’s honestly getting to point where I’m going to have to consider shutting things down after 20 years. Either people just don’t value this resource enough to feel I deserve to be compensated …
Thousands stranded at Heathrow due to check-in systems meltdown Tesla: German court halts work on new ‘Gigafactory’ This has involved clearing about 91 hectares (225 acres) of forest and the felling of thousands of trees – something that outraged an alliance of environmentalists called the Green League. Coronavirus: A Cameroon student on how he recovered …
I could be wrong. But I bet if you have a look around you will find a few interesting things. From suburban bubble to urban bustle: McDonald’s employees say HQ move to Fulton Market has made the company faster, younger. And applications are way up.
Hang out and have a look around. There is more here than just what I found interesting to read today. Consider dropping a small tip as an appreciation of my work below. U.S. drinking water widely contaminated with ‘forever chemicals’: environment watchdog
Pillsbury Mills in Springfield Illinois is a perfect opportunity for CWLP to diversify it’s energy production. It’s long overdue for City Water, Light, and Power to move away from coal. Internationally and within United States it’s been very clear for some time that coal industry is dying. Unfortunately Springfield politicians have shown time and again …