They’re also taking their time getting where they’re going. I’ll try not to be snarky, but I feel like the show may end up just using the same concept of traveling together to the next episode. I actually wonder if the show would have an episode around this exact conceptperhaps with a new group of castaways traveling in different directions and finding some of Cleveland’s many treasures, like a giant dinosaur graveyard that everyone would love to visit.

This picture of Rachel and Jason, right, is almost as good as the actual picture. They both looked pretty amazing too (though I wish they had kept the sunglasses), but it could’ve been a lot better. I feel like we could’ve had something like, “Jason and Rachel met in Alaska and got married, and they’re from Kansas, so we have to stay there!” They’re in Cleveland for a reason, though. This is the kind of place that actually makes you want to stay because the people are so friendly. These people will be nice to you, too.

You won’t believe these people took the time to post their last day on Earth. They all live in California. This is how they’re spending their holidays. That’s where they’d stay if they couldn’t manage to make it to the next episode.

Rachel’s not impressed with their room. This is the type of room where you should make sure EVERYTHING is okay with that person before asking questions.

Hoping to save some money, Rachel, Jason, and Will head down to the mall, only to find their money is no longer valid. To make matters worse, the store is on its last day of business, in fact at the end of the month.

They decide to buy gifts instead. This is where it really turned into a mess of money issues. They’re all way to poor for anything from food to cars to anything that has cash. The closest thing they have to money is Will’s credit card, and it’s still in good order. They’re pretty desperate already and the money is almost gone. So when Rachel announces she’ll take a cab home with one of her children because everyone is going home with their own things, Will and Jason are in no mood to let a bit of the family’s money go by.

Jason and Will are on the phone, telling each other to pull out everything from their bag and bring it back with them. In short order, they’ve rounded up everything worth $90, plus the phone-sized bottle of lube from the toy store the night before. In a strange and brilliant scene, they end up deciding to have Will take Will with him back to the condo (which is now filled with the last vestiges of Will’s gift). “I’ll take me the whole way,” says Jason. “I could do it,” says Will with his usual bravado.

Will and Jason try to put their plan together, which is to sneak out of the condo and take a cab to the mall. Even though it’s not as glamorous of an operation as getting to the next episode of Survivor , the couple still manage that trick.

They’re pretty careful about following the clues the guys left behind. Of course, they get robbed the day afterward as well. In fact, their day includes all sorts of things to look out for like broken glass, empty cans of paint, and a pile of money. I feel like the writers were really smart in doing this one. They’re not trying to make the best plot point, they’re trying to tie everything together. Jason is very patient when Will and Jason tell him exactly what’s going on, but he also won’t hesitate to yell and swear when needed. They both know they’re going to have to go outside the hotel at an exact moment, and I couldn’t imagine a scene like this was better for the audience anyway.

This one almost goes over the top, but I think Will is in too much of a good mood at the moment. He really has no idea what’s happening, and he seems to be trying to blame Jason for everything, which brings over Jason’s temper and the whole situation. I would’ve liked him to go to the cops and yell at Will about what’s happening, but instead he just shrugs it off in a way that makes me feel like he’s trying to do the right thing, although maybe he’s just trying to escape.

Later, they come to the mall where another guy was robbed, and Will, Jason, and Will’s sister, Becky, stop to check something out. After checking items out, they decide to go check on the couple they saw leave last night. Jason’s still hanging back around the mall, but Will has left by himselfthis time with an open bottle of lube in hand. In typical Survivor fashion, his first

The cartridges, which police say were also being sold illegally in Sacramento, appeared to contain high amounts of the drug-laced nicotine liquid that was widely outlawed by California’s Legislature.

One of these cartridges was tested on Monday by the state Dept. of Public Health and was found to contain sodium aluminum phosphate in excess of the 1 milligram allowable, according to The Sacramento Bee . According to the report, the state health department said it was unable to establish an officially certified level for the substance and would not recommend consumers consume it .

“We need to make sure we’re keeping tabs on what is legal and what is not – and what does it do to people,” said Dana Rohrbaugh, a spokesman for the CHP. “We want to make sure we’re doing everything we can to prevent people from having their lives at risk like they did.”

Officials said two suspected cannabis shop owners or employees were arrested on Nov. 1 following a raid on two shops in the San Fernando Valley. Officials were looking for 29 people, some of whom were at the shop while being stoned , according to CBS San Francisco . Police said one man and two women had overdosed in the same incident.

State officials say they’re also conducting tests to determine if chemicals found in several of the seized cartridges have been detected in vape cartridges and potentially be used to make illicit marijuana.

“We’ve been testing the products and the products are safe,” Rohrbaugh said. “We don’t yet know of any other products that we’ve detected.”

Cannabis shops, while operating legally under state laws, are illegal under federal law. Authorities say they are investigating whether the shop patrons could have gotten the illegal ingredient through the mail or smuggled it in from outside of the state.

Pan and Cerena’s father and grandfather, who have worked in China for more than 50 years , were on vacation, and Cerena’s mother, father-in-law, and sister’s husband were visiting China for the weekend. Pan did not come home as she had not been at a formal, business function, and as a result, no one at her home in Windsor, N.J. saw her. By the time Pan was contacted by Fairfax Media, her parents and grandparents had been treated with antibiotics and her daughter had been taken to hospital. She was later released and given intravenous fluids, though her condition was not improving and she remains in quarantine for observation.

The World Health Organisation has declared the outbreak in China over, but has issued new guidelines for preparing for the aftermath and for preventing further spread, in part as a temporary measure amid concerns about the potential for the virus to re-emerge. But China remains in the path of an animal flu virus outbreak that has been causing illnesses in the country’s far western provinces for more than two years. There were 30 confirmed infections of human H7N9 in China as of last Thursday, but the spread of the virus in China has been hampered by a lack of preparedness among hospitals and healthcare personnel. As of Tuesday, the number of deaths from H7N9 had risen to 17, with many of the victims being infants in the city of Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, where some of the infected died. Many infected healthcare workers are worried, and some are considering taking their own lives out of fear their patients will die. The WHO has issued a call for international aid to tackle the virus, and will put its “most urgent and urgent support” to the regions most affected.

Sichuan and other far western provinces are still reeling from the H7N9 pandemic that first appeared in 2009. On Monday, President Hu Jintao announced that China would spend nearly $1.5 billion on efforts to control the situation. That includes the deployment of more than 2,000 border guards, as well as military and civilian officials to bolster security in both border areas and across the vast northern border with Russia.

Meanwhile, in New York, the first clinical trial to look at whether the vaccines might be effective against the virus is currently underway in Cuba. The trial, run by MedImmune and the University of Havana’s School of Medicine, was tested on 25 patients infected with H7N9 and 35 healthy controls. All the participants, who have already received both the two vaccines, were in remission, but were not immune to the virus until later at the vaccination sites. The trial, which is under way, will monitor the immune system, immune system response, infection and immune-suppressing abilities. The trial results could also inform the development of vaccine design, testing, testing and more testing, although a vaccine must be tested in humans to be considered appropriate for use in immunizing people.

The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) is now conducting an analysis of the data gathered with the original vaccine. The National Institute of Virology, with funding from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. The study will examine the immune response of the vaccinated individuals against three strains of H7N9 in order to make sure the vaccine is as effective as originally hoped. Two groups of participants will be compared to each other for the vaccine.

Meanwhile, new research indicates that the antibodies that the vaccine is designed to elicit in human immune cells are producing fewer antibody-deficient cells, suggesting that the vaccines might be effective in suppressing the virus in those infected individuals.

The NIH is also evaluating a vaccine that works almost like a “molecular switch” in that it will activate cells when activated, then stop their activity when the process is again turned on and off. It is this that could be used as the foundation of a potential new vaccine for the H7N9 virus outbreak in the US. Other recent developments have involved the trial of the antibody-deficient H7N9 mice, which showed that the vaccines are effective, but also show that there are some differences between the vaccine and the original vaccine that the latter is being given to. H7N9, unlike mice, do not develop a tolerance to the flu virus, yet it appears that the antibodies are able to prevent the virus from infiltrating the brain and circulating in the brain and brain stem, as well as inhibit its ability to grow over time. It was this specific result that made Dr. Shingai, from China, curious about the H7N9 mice. He later conducted experiments using a modified vaccine designed to elicit antibodies that would induce tolerance against the virus. He injected the vaccine to the mice before it was administered to others, and then to control the infection that occurred in the mice, and observed in the animals which the

The 6-year-old will be out of the hospital in two weeks recovering from the virus. His long battle with this viral infection took a turn for the worst when Fin was admitted to the hospital after a family member reported him showing symptoms of mild fever and flu-like feeling within days of his return home from school. His mother, Tiffany Anderson, said she told the hospital about this on Sunday after her son’s teacher reported he had been sick the week before “I immediately sent the info to the kids and just let ‘em know that was not a good sign,” Anderson said. “When we found out he has a high fever and flu-like feeling, we were so scared we wanted to get him to the hospital as soon as possible. I kept telling them that it wasn’t happening and it wasn’t worth it. But my husband can’t let a little boy have health issues like that,” she added. “It’s a very serious illness.”

It was one of the deadliest flu strains to ever grace the United States. The symptoms include high fever, headache, shortness of breath, and a runny nose. This latest strain wasn’t associated with the “bird flu” outbreak the U.S. was experiencing in 2012, but it is clearly much more severe and more prevalent than before. A 2012 study claimed that in the 10 states, Canada, Germany, and Japan where the flu B strain was most prevalent, approximately 45,000 people died from the virus This strain, which has been circulating in parts of Canada since last week, is expected to continue to spread as a result of its recent arrival.

The CDC, the public health agency tasked with responding to any emergency caused by vaccines causing harm, had recently published a report on how high vaccination rates have not kept up with the growth of the flu virus. This, combined with recent outbreaks of the flu in particular, is why the CDC is urging parents to take extra precaution before buying the flu shot, not to mention that there are two or more shots to be used.

So, now that we have explained the seriousness of the illness in the “pink splotch” flu, let us move on to the most popular holiday of the season, Thanksgiving. As you can tell the story starts with the original Thanksgiving Day recipe, a thick and gravy-like sauce (you’ll get a sense of that in the video), and a green “platter” of stuffing, turkey, and mashed potatoes. This dish is made in the early to mid 20th century, and is also known as the “Pumpkin Spice Cupboard” and the “Hollow-Leaf Cupboard”. The Thanksgiving Day meat is traditionally made entirely, except for the stuffing and roasted squash, from scratch.

The famous Christmas table in New York in 1936

Some folks do make Thanksgiving dinner, but the main dish here is the Thanksgiving feast. It’s a tradition started in the Midwest but that has spread across the country with more than a few communities adopting the tradition over the past few decades.

For those of you outside the United States, this is a dish that has been traditionally made with a variety of meats. This dish is great served with a side of mashed potatoes, which are an excellent way to top off a classic Thanksgiving dinner. The best part about this recipe is that you can make it on the fly at home without any need of cooking time. The holiday tradition of Thanksgiving has been around for a long time, so make this delicious dish ahead for a quick, easy meal that’ll be sure for a satisfying feast this holiday season.

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The idea was to test each of the eight “nanometer” bandsthe next steps up from just a single-atom-wide bandin an experiment intended to find when a new type of material is formed, just as when a new species is created from a previously existing organism. For the most successful of the experiments, the researchers set their experiments in the laboratory at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico for 24 years, from 1981 to 1991, and measured at least seven bands in the process-only eight.

The results were that all of the “nanoperes” formed only after about three nanometers of heating up. The group of scientists decided to pursue these “nanomeres” further to figure out the mechanism-then in the laboratory they started to work with a different type of material. First, they wanted to investigate a second type of “nanomeres,” one formed in very high concentrations of an unknown material. They figured it out in three steps. Then, following this process they tried the same process but in a much smaller containera single nanometer cube, containing an element that behaves in exactly the same way as plutonium. This was easier to do than to conduct trials on the eight nanometer bands.

One can only hope that the next “nanomeres” will be similar to the first one or the first “nanomeres.” Or that they will be the last one.

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Dallas played its home-and-home set with the Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena on Friday. The game was delayed due to a thunderstorm, with Lightning fans being forced to endure cold temperatures in a game that should have been warm during the summer days. Dallas had a 3-0 lead with under three minutes remaining early in the third period when Jamie Benn scored goals 4-on-4 in the corner and at the slot, before giving Tampa Bay a 1-0 lead just 4:36 into the third. The Lightning kept coming back, but the Stars scored three in the last 2:33 and three more in the final 2:10 to get the win. Jannik Hansen scored for Dallas at 9:52 of the third, his first goal in over ten games and his first goal with the Stars. Evgeni Medvedev added an empty-net goal with four minutes remaining in the third, but it couldn’t save the game. Tyler Seguin’s three-assist performance for the Stars in the third helped secure the win on a night for the home team.

St. Louis Blues - 4-2 over Washington Capitals This one came down to the Kings again, with the Blues riding a three point month on some strong play around the league to keep a three point lead on the Blues for the final wild card into the Stanley Cup Playoffs. And they did it doing it with a big run over the last six games of the month, a run that is well-documented. Ryan Reaves had a two-goal and three-assist effort for St. Louis in the second period and Alex Pietrangelo had two assists. Pietrangelo is doing a good job for St. Louis defensively, but the Blues are not playing like the team that we saw during the regular season. A big defensive game by Kris Russell and Matt Niskanen for St. Louis in the third helped maintain the game. A goal by Jordan Weal on the power play allowed the Blues to seal the win on a power play, and Weal’s overtime goal and two points for St. Louis added to a 3-2 home win over the Capitals.

San Jose Sharks - 4-1 over Anaheim Ducks This one came down to a goal on a late penalty call in this hotly contested Western Conference race. The Sharks were shorthanded before the puck cleared the line, and Andrew Desjardins’ final whistle ended the game with a three point weekend for the Sharks, who now lead the Pacific Division with 52 points. The Ducks needed each of the past 24 games to turn around their season, but it seems like they went about it a little too fast. Joonas Donskoi didn’t have a point in a hard-fought game against the Florida Panthers, but the Sharks put a lot on their shoulders and had a chance for overtime in the last few minutes to steal the game. There may be some talk about Byron Prout being a little unlucky, but he has 14 points in 17 games, and his last four goals have come courtesy of a beautiful wrist shot and a wicked cross-ice pass. Cody McLeod, an offensive specialist now to go along with Brent Burns, made it the fourth goal that the Sharks could not score in the final period, but they held it off to win the game 4-1.

Calgary Flames - 2-3 over Los Angeles Kings Flames fans didn’t have to wait long for the action to begin in their own rivalry, with the first game of the weekend taking place on Saturday, on the ice at Staples Center in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Kings and Calgary Flames have played each other seven times, and the Kings are off to a 3-3 road record. The Flames have won their last three games after a 2-3-0 start from March. Ryan Miller provided the final tally in this first game at the Staples Center on Saturday afternoon, his fourth goal of the year. Jeff Petry, who is off yet again for the Flames, had an assist. Flames star Sean Monahan had two assists and was the beneficiary of a late penalty call on Kings rookie Deryk Engelland, forcing Kari Lehtonen to make 18 saves and keep the game scoreless. Engelland has three points in his last four games and took five minor penalties.

Colorado Avalanche - 3-0 over New York Rangers After a rough month of January and February, it looked like the Rangers would be set for another hard-fought month with the second game of the weekend. The bad news is that the Avalanche play the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday afternoon. A 2-2 tie in a game that should be close was all that separated the two squads in the Eastern Conference, and the Rangers looked like they were going to

It’s easier to predict a high risk group than a low risk group. If you have to “catch and spread” people who could spread the disease, you will “catch” more, and spread the disease even more. And there are other dangers beyond the spreading of disease. There is just too much stuff. I’m just an epidemiologist, but I don’t know how hard it is to tell what is normal and how much is pathological. It’s very hard to determine who is a fit patient and who is not. I know that I don’t do well with people with schizophrenia (this doesn’t mean that I don’t “interfere” with them), but I haven’t figured out how to predict who is crazy enough to do something like shoot someone. I can’t just judge that to be crazy.

My first response to this was, “Hey, I don’t have to tell you that, and I don’t think you do either.” To which I was met with silence. “So I have no idea why they would treat you so differently than the normal cases….”.

Well, all my patients are quite normal, but I suppose you could say that the high incidence of dementia is a feature of dementia. I can also say that every patient is a different mixture of normal, abnormal, and diseased. But if you can’t tell how diseased a patient is, you can get a bit overwhelmed. This leads me to an interesting paradox..

How do you know when a patient is demented? And what could that mean, in a clinical context? I’ve written about this here . The basic idea is that a healthy, normal person that has a normal life, including medical care, usually lives with a normal and healthy brain to begin with. When the healthy brain shuts off, some new and strange pattern begins to emerge. This is an example of what is known as a Pattern of Neurodevelopmental Death (PND) . As a normal, healthy brain becomes diseased with Alzheimer’s, strokes, and Parkinson’s, it can make something very, very difficult for us to treat. We call it a “Pattern of Neurodevelopmental Death”. This is a very complex thing to understand, and the research community is not equipped to do the hard work required for accurate prediction of “pattern of death”. No one has done this type of thing for neurodegenerative disease, which is what demented patients generally have…

The PND is a process we all see in our own brains and our own blood, and it is not uncommon for it to take several weeks to fully develop. But in the late stages it can be far too slow. This is a problem, and one of the reasons that I wrote this book. I did the math and figured out that if I could figure out the period, the exact day, the exact hour, the exact minute, where the PND occurred in a patient, I could give the best treatment. My point of view is that the same techniques we apply for Alzheimer’s have a tremendous effect on neurodegenerative disorders. We can treat this disease in a similar way as we treat Alzheimer’s, but there are far more consequences. In fact, the whole idea behind the book was to see if we could predict the PND with the same accuracy with which the Alzheimer’s symptoms were predicted.

The thing is, we all do not know at the same time when the PND is happening. That was a problem during Alzheimer’s disease when we couldn’t say when the PND was actually happening. We would be like an idiot predicting when an artery in the middle of a brain was getting more blood. Now, if you could tell me at the exact time when the PND is happening, I could give you a better treatment.

Now, let’s say you can figure out the exact time in the PND for a patient… The problem is, if you can predict the point in the PND at which the PND is happening. But how do you define the point in the PND?

I was in the position this week and could tell that a patient is not really dying and is just dying a lot. I could not say at what point that the patient had started to die and was dying a lot. I was also unsure of what that point was.

If you can predict that the patient’s PND is at exactly, say, 14 minutes, and that there is a 95% chance of death, then you can decide the point in the PND that when the patient is losing consciousness and is going to die.

What if I started to think that the patient might be getting better instead of dying more slowly?

I felt

The park will have some new rides. In the latest rumor about the park:

There will be a new Jurassic World attraction, a new Fastpass+ style ride (the new coaster “Jurassic World’s” new name???) and a 3D movie theater with its own roof.

The movie theater is still a rumor, but it will feature a number of new features based on the technology that the movie theater is using. The exact function of this projection system will be decided upon later.

At Universal’s theme parks, there have been a number of theme park attractions that have had giant 3D films projected on them. I was lucky enough to see an HD film projected into an 8 x 10 foot screen at Disneyland. I was not privy to the details of that film, but I do remember being impressed by it. The last ride I saw that had a 3D film was The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants at Universal Orlando. After that, I have seen the projection technology used in the most recent Jurassic World attractions. In the very recent past, there have been reports about new rides and attractions for Universal Orlando. I have not seen any details of new attractions, but what is known is that:

There will also be a new movie theater in the park, presumably the size of an 8x10 foot screen (I believe) of movie content that will feature a virtual reality portion.

These new developments are in direct contrast to what I understand from Disney, which is that Universal is not focused on new technology. I recently spoke with Andrew Zimmern, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, who confirmed that Universal is not focusing on the virtual reality aspect of Universal Orlando, but is instead focused on making sure it is a great destination for the families. Zimmern stated that this “was designed to be different from what [Walt Disney World has] ever seen before. You will not see immersive virtual reality of any sort at this time at Universal Orlando due to the size limitations that this complex has. “This was designed to be different from what [Walt Disney World has] ever seen before. You will not see immersive virtual reality of any sort at this time at Universal Orlando due to the size limitations that this complex has.”

What do I think of these comments? There are some good rumors out there, but there are also a million other rumors. What I do know is that Universal Orlando was built on a site that had been vacant for years and has been neglected. While the park did lose some attractions in the 2009 merger that took place when I moved from Orlando, it was the new attractions that were missing. From the rumors, it seems that Universal is returning to the theme park for a number of reasons. I do believe that when Universal opens, it will offer a place for families to come together for family events and/or family entertainment.

Can we expect a new attraction for the new resort hotel complex that would be themed around Universal’s Theme Park Universe, that would be integrated into the theme park? Although I know that the original plans for Disney Springs were abandoned and were never completed, I do think that this new attraction will be a big part of the Universal theme park. I also believe that Universal is looking to be on par with Walt Disney World in size, like Disney Springs was a bit smaller than the original plans for a Disney Springs.

What is rumored to include at the new theme park? The answer might surprise you. It may be the ultimate answer, yet I do not know of anything specific in place yet to give you my thoughts. What I do know for sure is that Universal Orlando will return to the theme park from the ground up. The park will not be a scaled down version of Disney’s Land.

Universal Orlando, a theme park that will be built entirely on top of a 700-acre site at Universal Universal Orlando in Orlando, Florida. Image courtesy of Universal Orlando via their Facebook page.

(As a reminder, this is in no way an endorsement of the current weather patterns.)

A map of the snow cover in the United States (and in Antarctica) as seen from the SOHO/IACM Global Elevation Model . See how the snow map is showing a lot of areas where our mountains (the snow melts) are shrinking on the left, whereas the south continues to see snow cover growth? Snow cover is disappearing entirely or it’s nearly on the way to extinction. The only thing “natural” is our weather patterns. We’ve been so manipulated we’re almost certain to see that kind of weather in the US again in the very near future.

From here, let me describe a particular part of the snowpack loss process. The US Snowpack is basically a snow reservoir, which is essentially a stable water level at high temperatures. The snowpack usually stays near that level all year long. However, this season’s “snow event,” the worst in over a 100 years, created a lake that got smaller and smaller until it crashed at 65% of its size. Just when everything was turning (or “turning back” as it were) to “wet weather”, a huge spike in snow cover occurred. The water level rose and the snow became frozen solid and not flowable by the ice. It then froze completely in a matter of a few weeks. We saw snow fall across almost all the country in the days after this. This is no fluke. According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center , this area will be at record low snow cover for the winter of 2014/2015 , with the snow loss so extreme it could end up being the worst ever for the winter of 2014-2015.

This could actually be worse than the historic drought!

This lake on Eagle Island has grown from 12 percent to 70% of its normal size and was up to 80% the day before the snow event. This is the kind of climate change we’re already seeing. More snow is falling across much of the land on average in March than had been seen since 1950. The recent ice melt is also causing the snow to recede sooner and so the total number of days that a normal (or even above normal) temperature day produces a full snow cover, the average maximum extent of a given month, has gone back down. The new record breaking minimum temperature (19.5 degrees Fahrenheit) is also causing the first snow cover receding of the winter season, and the snow cover not just disappearing but not growing at all. When it becomes extremely dry, we often see the ice melt and the snow not reach 20 to 80% of normal, as has been seen in the last few years, and the lake will start to show little if any snow rise in the southern parts of the US in the summer. Then it starts to shrink. It will look all frozen and the lake is just going to go out of date. The ice melting isn’t just a climate change phenomenon, it was one of the main driving factors contributing to the record snow extent that was expected this season.

I am really shocked at what is happening to this snow cover. At these temperatures above freezing water is melting very fast . In fact, in a study from New Zealand, they showed that freezing of water in a pot of ice causes water to go from + 2 to -5 to -16 at very subfreezing temperatures. They compared this to water in a pot of boiling water. Even in an ice age the boiling water evaporated before any ice formed, in fact the boiling pot of water only heated up to boiling temperature and then cooled and got frozen again. The subfreezing temperatures do not do this. It does not seem to be possible. It turns out that the subfreezing water (i.e., water that was warmer than the surrounding environment), is now melting faster than the surrounding water, essentially evaporating. It also is melting faster than it is being added to the surrounding water, just like the water you add water is being added to a water table until all the water is added in. The subfreezing water evaporates first and therefore is most slowly being added, much as when you are adding water to one pot to another. So, there you have it. We’re in very real trouble as our climate continues to change under the influence of human activity. From a scientific perspective this is truly frightening. There is nothing natural about this, and it takes us directly back to our pre-industrial age. Our snow melt this winter could be the worst snow season of the past 300 years, at least within the US. What happened here?

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I may post all of the highlights as this takes so long I may delete the highlights altogether, but these are simply some highlights of what I think can best be described as an exciting contest. Buffalo had a 1-0 lead going into the third period going into the fourth, and was on the back foot the whole game. With an overtime period coming, and a penalty kill taking away two penalty minutes, the third period was a lot closer than what most game were, but Buffalo had no answer for a strong Penguins attack and scored both of their goals in the OT (one first-timer and a power play goal). The Penguins dominated the third period, scoring more goals than Buffalo (13), and dominated even with a two-man advantage of their own. They would start to score a bit in the final period, but it didn’t have too much of a trickle down effect at that point. Bobby Farnham scored a goal that tied the game up at one en route to a 3-1 win in overtime. A shootout would decide the game, and the Penguins won it, 4-3. Dylan Larkin would lead the first scoring streak of the season with three goals, but the Buffalo netminder would shut him down three straight times.

Buffalo would get a three-goal third period to regain the lead, but were unable to keep the gap from growing. The Pens would score another two goals to extend the score to 5-3 and make sure they maintained their lead through overtime. The third period would go a lot longer than anticipated after the two-man advantage was broken up, and it was at this point that the Pens scored their equalizer to make it 4-4.

Ryan Eaves would give the Pens an early lead as they went about their business, as they had six shots, none of them on net. But that would change with 15 second left in the period, as Eaves took advantage of a turnover down the left wing, and took the puck in on his forehand (along with the other Pens and Larkin), putting the puck past the helpless Joe Morrow. Larkin would score off the rush in the third period to make it 5-4, and then a couple minutes later to tie it up at five. It would take something good from the Pens to give that up. After taking a penalty, Mark Streit would beat the puck past the boards and gave what would turn out to be the game winning goal. From here on out the game would become a back and forth battle which the Pens would eventually cut into through some amazing individual performances. This is where the Pittsburgh Penguins come into the picture - they’re good, they just aren’t able to win against good teams in the playoffs - and it is their best bet at making the playoffs. At this point, the Penguins have an absolute gun to their head, and will need to start the long road and fight for the Stanley Cup.

It should be noted that while I was there (and did not leave until right before the game was called) the Pens were being talked to several times by the Sabres who are trying to extend their run in the playoffs, the Penguins just seem an obvious destination for a team desperately seeking an eighth playoff spot. The Penguins have had a hard time finding success against the Capitals, though one would expect that to change now as they try to push for a playoff tie for the second time in two years - that is a pretty good run to begin a season for a franchise that was a Stanley Cup-champion in the ‘80s. This is a team that has some good young talent, and I am seeing no reason why the Pens shouldn’t make a run for the second straight year. I think there may well be a real chance for a very interesting series between the Penguins and the Sabres. I’ll be looking forward to these games, but am equally excited to see how the Pens begin their postseason run.

On a personal note, I wanted to share my love for this year’s playoffs with you all, because after a long and trying season I’m finally starting to enjoy myself a little bit. The playoffs are starting off with some excellent games right out of the gate - but I’m just getting excited to see how it goes. The best is yet to come and I wouldn’t be a whole lot more excited about this if the Pens had not had a really good season. Thank you all for reading the regular season, and I’ll see you all next Wednesday.

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