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In his first inaugural address, President Franklin D. Roosevelt said, and I quote: The people of the United States have not failed …. They want direct, vigorous action, and they have asked for discipline and direction under our leadership.
Today, though our economic difficulties do not approach…
Did anyone influence you to join the military?
How has the military influenced you after you got out?
How many tours did you have?
What did it feel like being away for the holidays?
Where were you stationed at?
I liked everyone’s wide variety of different topics. There are things I don’t know about, do know about and will be interesting to see how they portray these ideas and see if they are the same or different then mine.
The Princess City
Just under 50,000 people
The one of the main members in the Metropolitan Statistical Area(Michiana) pop. 317,500 people
Neighboring city of South Bend: Famous for the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish
The “Peppermint Capital of the World” yet there is no mint grown here
Home of the Hummer plant: proud partner of keeping our soldiers save
Two of the nation’s longest highways cross in Mishawaka
1872 - 3/4 of the city was burnt down to the ground
There is no exact date on when the city was founded just early 1830’s
Is centered evenly between Chicago, Indianapolis, Toledo, and Detroit
World Whiffleball Championship is played here on the world’s biggest whiffleball complex
This story was helpfully true in a way that it let me connect the dots on the my whole mall shopping experience. The mall layout now made sense, why people only go to stores on their right and very rarely cross traffic. The way things are set up in stores to catch my eyes as I walk by draw me in but if there are any long lines it discourages me from buying. I just wanna get in and out quickly with what I want. It was nice learning about the science behind shopping and why we do what we do today in stores.