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Rama Height 3'.5"; Sita Height 3'; Lakshmana Height 3'1"; Hanuman Height 2'4". About 12th Century AD.
Rama stands on a Padmasana in tribhanga posture wearing Kirita makuta, siraschakra and all other ornaments. The hands are held in the posture of holding a bow in the left hand and an arrow in the right hand. Lakshmana in all respects is similar to Rama but he wears jatamakuta. Sita is seen standing on a padmasana in the tribhanga posture. Her right hand is in lola posture and her left hand is in kataka pose. She also wears jatamakuta, haras, valayas, channavira, waistband etc. Siraschakra is present. Hanuman stands on a padmasana wearing jatamakuta. He has udarabandha. His hands are held in the usual supplicating manner.
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"Columbus 47 Years Ago. Commissioner Bellows Talks of Old Times in the City" Columbus Dispatch 7/22/1896 Page 7
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Commissioner Bellows talks of old times in the city. Old Citizens and Landmarks Recalled for Modern Newspaper Readers.
(UNREADABLE) and Incidents Described by a Pioneer Resident – Changes of Half Century.
County Commissioner George Bellows is one of the old citizens of Columbus, and having been a very active man all his life has many interesting incidents stored up which are worth entertaining and of value in many ways. Recently Mr. Bellows was requested to address an appreciation of pioneers. He says it almost took his breath from him when asked to make a public speech, because that was not his forte. When it comes to relating reminiscences, however, Mr. Bellows is at home and relishes it as much as his audiences do. Recently Mr. Bellows, while taken with a spirit of going back to Old Times, told of the condition of things here 47 years ago, when he came to the city. He said Columbus had almost 18,000 inhabitants within the limits bounded by Livingston Avenue, the Scioto River, (UNREADABLE) street and Grant Avenue. The houses for the most part were small, plain brick and wooden structures with but few churches and only three school houses, the latter being the North, Central and South schools and a high school located on Town Street. Ada D. Lord was the superintendent and his assistants were Alma (UNREADABLE) and Anna C. (UNREADABLE). There were 23 (UNREADABLE) and 1,591 scholars in the High (UNREADABLE), and the school buildings numbered 12 with 16,746 scholars and over 400 teachers and principals. The churches have kept pace with the school houses.
Mr. Bellows says he came to Columbus to assist in the construction of Starling Medical College, which Mr. R.A. Sheldon, the architect had secured. “I was at that time working for Mr. Sheldon in Brooklyn, N.Y.” said Mr. Bellows, “his office at the time was located at No. 8 Wall Street, New York. Many of those who worked with me upon that building have been gathered to their kindred dust, as have many of those who comprised its first faculty and with whom I was well acquainted, notable among those being Drs. Howard, Carter, Smith and others. Dr. Gay who was the first administrator of anatomy is the only one that is living of the first faculty, so far as I know.”
"We had no railroads at that time. The present state house was not in existence at that time, but on the site of this building was a long line of low, plain two-story brick buildings fronting on High Street. The state house proper was situated about 100 feet back each way from High and State streets. It was only a two-story brick building with a (UNREADABLE) roof and (UNREADABLE) in which hung the belt made famous by the poetic lines of our brother townsman John M. Dening. And here I must not forget to mention the old First Presbyterian church in which the (UNREADABLE) Dr. Hogg ministered for so many years."
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“Among the people of this city at that time there were the McCoys, Kelseys, Keltons, Plattis, Medberys, Gwynnes, Gills, Moodys, Kilbournes, Goodales and many others with whom I had dealings, all of whom have passed into the Great Hereafter.”
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Co. E, 34th ILL. Infantry
Pages 627-632 from A Twentieth century history and biographical record of Crawford County, Kansas, by Home Authors; Illustrated. Published by Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, IL : 1905.
ALBERT G. LUCAS.
Albert G. Lucas, A. M., long an active minister of the Christian church, almost throughout his long lifetime writer for or editor and publisher of newspapers, a man of varied experience in public, business and professional affairs, is now closing up his life accounts in his home at Girard, and at the age of eighty odd years is active in mind and body and hopes to continue so until the summons to the great beyond.
Mr. Lucas not only has a long personal history but also his family annals cover and are closely identified with the most important phases of American nationality. He was born in Mercer county, Pennsylvania, June 23, 1823, a son of Samuel and Hannah (Blair) Lucas, who were the parents of nineteen children, fourteen sons, of whom our subject was the youngest, and five daughters, but Mr. Lucas is now the only survivor of this large family. His mother, who was a woman of excellent intellect, transmitting many of her qualities to her children, was related to the ancient Scotch stock of the Montgomerys, Campbells and McPhersons. On the paternal side Mr. Lucas has reason to be proud of the patriotic record of his forebears, for his grandfather served five years and six months in the war for independence, was with Washington at Valley Forge, at the fighting in New Jersey, at the famous crossing and recrossing of the Delaware river, and at the surrender of Cornwallis. Afterward he served nearly three years in the Indian wars, and he lived to the great age of one hundred and three years. The entire family are noted for vigor of mind and body, and longevity is one of their marked characteristics.
Going back into the old ancestral lines, there is ample documentary evidence to prove that the Lucases descended from a long line of Saxon barons, who were among the first to accept the Lutheran reformation, and, although the more immediate ancestors married into a family of Irish Catholics, Mr. Lucas' father never yielded one jot of his Protestantism, but was himself a stout Presbyterian with all that word implied a hundred years ago.
Samuel Lucas, the father, was born in Franklin county, Pennsylvania, April 10, 1778, and was a farmer and a school teacher. He voted for Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren. He served eighteen months in the war against Great Britain in 1812-15.
Mr. Albert G. Lucas, who is the only living representative of his parents' large family, was reared in Pennsylvania mostly, and began his education as a child, both parents taking part in his instruction and thus supplementing the meager work of the public schools. At his sixteenth year he was considered competent to teach, a pursuit which he entered upon in Clarion county, Pennsylvania, beginning February 14, 1839, and he taught every winter and some in the summers until the winter of 1850. In March of the latter year he graduated in medicine at Philadelphia, and in the April following took up practice. He continued to pursue his studies, literary and otherwise, with unremitting ardor till in 1878, when the faculty and management of Abingdon College, Illinois, saw fit to bestow upon him the honorary degree of "Magister in Artibus." He also holds two state teacher's certificates, one for Illinois and one for Missouri, and by hard study and honest industry attained the degrees of M. D. and A. M.
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friend: hey... what's up?
me: (wtf?) - i?m SLEEPING. what's up, are you calling me to ask whether I am observing the moon eclipse?
friend: actually... I wanted to ask whether you have some bandage or something. I'm bleeding.
me: what? from where? how? why?!
he sounds extra cool saying it.
friend: well, we did a joke or something with friends and now i think i cut my veins.
i'm getting irritated because he sounds really calm.
me: what do you mean, you think you cut your veins. from where??
friend: my hand
me: where exactly?
friend: my finger.
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me: there are no veins in fingers.
friend: well, it's an aorta then.
me: there are NO AORTAS in your fingers. wtf are you saying to me? are you really in trouble or is it a joke?
friend: it's not a joke. i'm downstairs.
me: well, i don't have any bandage anyway.
at this point I get really upset and hang up the phone. I switch off the light, close my eyes and instantly a huge wave of guilt comes again. The pictures of a friend, abandoned by all his friends and me, bleeding to death in front of my house avalanche my brain. I switch on the light once again and dial his number.
me: hey. so, why don't you go to the emergency?
friend: well.. i don't really want to.
me: where did the friends disappear?
friend: you know boys... they all went away...
me: how bad is the bleeding?
friend: i think the bleeding has stopped... kinda..
for god's sake.
me: are you drunk?
I hang up.
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Went to the "Alberta Railway Museum" today with a few flickr peeps. While there the unthinkable happened, my Canon ran out of batteries!!! I was forced to resort to my cell phone camera. This is the result.
Very cool museum. We'll see if I got any shots I like when the batts are recharged. If so I may put one or two up on flickr for all to enjoy.
Happy picture taking! And remember, when all else fails your cell phone still has a camera. ;-) What constrains us is often not our technology, it's our imagination.
edit: ... Just noticed, the exif data doesn't even include a focal length. I guess a piece of plastic covering the sensor doesn't qualify!
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It's still not my thing, but I came back with a some photos I quite like, so I expect a few may follow. Here's a taster.
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That's when I flashed back to the iCarly set and decided to see what I could do with a barrel of monkeys. :-)
This is the first version, with the wreath. I also have one that holds an ornament and on carrying a Christmas tree. The arms are made firm and flexible with pipe cleaners, he is made from felt and is hand stitched.
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Another view of the living room. I get 6-7 channels including a Finnish sports station where I can watch motor racing, pro volleyball, equestrian events such as trotting, sailing, and pro badminton.
I'm not kidding. I've seen all of those.
They also pick up feeds of the European PGA and major soccer matches.
I get BBC world, MTV Europe (Lordi rocks!!), and several other Finnish stations includng one that ran an uncut version of Beverly Hills Cop last night and showed an ad for Deadwood. Profanity and nudity do not seem to be much of an issue here.
Programs generated in Finland seem a bit odd to me to say the least. They lean towards reality-DIY-webcast-online chat hybrids. No, I'm not making that up. More on these another time.
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