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Thu May 24, 2012
the morning cram [yes, I know it's soft...it's cashmere edition]
Well, at least the goats are relieved.
NPR reports many Mongolians are leaving traditional practices like raising goats for cashmere, for more profitable mine jobs.
Kentucky ~ A Paducah attorney found dead in his office. The bridge is on track for a Sunday opening. Prohm's signing books about MSU's historic season. I-24 wreck victims are identified. Boat safely this weekend.