Posts filled under #tuesday

What's a #richmond guy go

What's a #richmond guy got to look forward to now that the #eclipse has come and gone? #tacotuesday of course! The #dogdaysofsummer won't stop me from making the best of what's left of the #summer ! I'm headed to @nachomamasrva #afterwork for some #strong #margaritas and some #tacos as #colorful and full of #flavor as the #artwork ! Just because it's #tuesday doesn't mean it has to be #boring . Keep living your #bestlife #rva ! . . . . #rivercity #rvafood #rvafoodie #tequila #avocado #eatlocal #carytown #kw #kellerwilliams #rvarealtor #jennettsellsrva #bestliferva

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#repost via @fire_balm: ONLY 2 GAMES LEFT! WHAT A DEAL!! Get your Tickets Now & join Me on August 26th at #mccamishpavilion as I will be selling @fire_balm at the @atlantadream vs. @indianafever game (#bubblegum & #lemonade #macarons are ON THE WAY) Currently available in Cotton Candy, Peppermint & Vanilla Cupcake!!! firebalm's shop on Etsy (LINK IN BIO) #tickets #rwtd #rwtd10 #girlpower #wnba #supportblackbusiness #fortune500 #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlsrock #parenthood #babygirl #entrepreneur #kidentrepreneurs #bigbusiness #news #new #truetoatlanta #atlanta #support #schooldays #kidshealth #tuesday #basketballislife #beautygram

Palm frond fossils are dr

Palm frond fossils are dramatic indicators of a tropical environment 52 million years old. Today, there are over 2,000 living palm tree species, found in tropical, sub-tropical, and warm, humid climates. This beautifully preserved fossil specimen is located in the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. The fossil palm frond is a thin carbon impression of original plant material, surrounded by several knightia fishes. Thanks for allowing us to share your photo, @raquel_ya_hay! #fossilbuttenps #nationalmonument #nps #nationalpark #nps101 #fossillake #wasatch #greenriverformation #fossilbutte #fossilfish #fossilleaf #palmtrees #palmfronds #knightia #usinterior #wyoming #eocene #tropical #subtropical #humid #rocks #paleontology #rocksarecool #wyomingonly #tuesday #yalepeabodymuseum

Spreading files across my

Spreading files across my bed... Looking at some opportunities & ideas...You see, you take the rocks that have been thrown at you and you build upon them. From this rock I will build my church...This is real life here no filter. I am not here to sell you anything, I am the product...What's my goal? To create an authenically beautifully happy life. That means I have to be truthful to you and myself. Not a life that looks good on just the outside but the inside, because that is where true happiness springs from. You are joining me on this journey, just as you have allowed me on yours. For this I am thankful as we can exchange encouragement and learn from each other. I want to believe in the humanity in us humans and that we are still organically connected to one another. So there will be some changes here some uncomfortable but needed. I appreciate you and I thank you for being apart of my journey. #namaste #goodmorning #helloworld #tuesday #coffee #ambition #glowgetter #concrete#caterpillar to #butterfly #bgr #hopefloats #ibelieveinthegoodthingscoming #haveagreatday

An extract on #tuesday

After the front-loading rush that saw twenty-four states hold their caucuses and primaries on Super Tuesday, 2008, only four states -Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, and Vermont- remained on the traditional March Super Tuesday date. This caused pundits in the states left behind to note that "this year, however, Super Tuesday isn't so super." The 2004 election cycle saw a similar but smaller split, with seven states holding elections in February on Mini-Tuesday, and ten holding contests on Super Tuesday II on the traditional March date.

Under Democratic Party rules, all delegates are awarded via proportional representation, with a minimum 15% threshold required to receive delegates. A total of 444 delegates were pledged by the results of the March 4th primaries.

The Republican Party does not mandate a proportional representation system for delegate selection, but instead allows each state to determine its selection process. A total of 265 delegates were pledged by the results of the March 4th primaries.

Super Tuesday III was the name for 6 May 2008, the day on which the states of Indiana and North Carolina held primary elections for both the Democratic and Republican nominations. It was a day tied for the fifth-largest simultaneous number of state presidential primary elections to be held in the 2008 presidential election cycle. It was the third Super Tuesday election of 2008 and took place approximately two months after Super Tuesday II, 2008. The Democratic primaries had a total of 218 delegates selected on this date, with 126 delegates chosen in the Republican primaries.

Pundits have noted that this is the first time that Indiana has garnered widespread attention from presidential primary candidates since Robert F. Kennedy campaigned in the state during the 1968 election. The unexpected relevance of the Indiana Democratic primary has also resulted in much higher than normal voter registration. Likewise, North Carolina Democratic new voter registrations are triple the number reported for the same time period during the 2004 election. "Super Tuesday III" was largely considered the "Waterloo" of the Democratic primaries. Obama had been under fire for controversial remarks made by Jeremiah Wright, and his lead in North Carolina polls had been reduced to single digits, so Clinton's double-digit loss in that state was a major disappointment. Further hurting Clinton's campaign was the time-zone differences, as the defeat was reported in prime time, and the news of the narrow victory in Indiana had come too late. MSNBC's Tim Russert was quoted as saying She did not get the game-changer she wanted tonight. Demographics also played a role as North Carolina featured a lot of African-American as well as young voters in college towns, key groups who have favored Obama during the race. Indiana on the other hand had a significant number of blue-collar and rural voters, groups who favoured Clinton however the race was close as votes from nearly 330,000 people who live in Lake County, directly neighboring Chicago, an Obama stronghold were being counted.

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