ELECTION DAY WITH KINDNESS

Darren Redmond reviews his latest article about the election process. He advocates kindness and caring while the US primaries are underway. Those Americans who aspire to political service should approach it with such an understanding. Happy birthday to 'Dr. Seuss' on the same day!

ELECTION DAY WITH KINDNESS

This article is one for the books. Look at the kindness, caring, and honesty from the writer of this article.

THE POEM:

Over in the land of you know where, stood a place of marvel, with just a touch of despair.

Now this little place has had many problems. From time to time it would need to work hard to solve them.

In this place named, ”What it is and what it was”, rules were placed from high above .

From how high the rules came its citizens would debate..

Like are we one big community or a systems of states?

The answer to this will you will not find here, I am just pointing things out …lets make that clear.

How much to give, to who and to why, if so given, what gets purchased and why?

Check mark here and a check up there.. who makes the decision , when you are seen and where?

This belongs to you..or does it still, for once you are gone is it part of a bill??

What is a privilege and what is right… Do we not bother with others, or do we show our might?

I ask this politely in the words of a poem, The articles of the constitution hey ..do you even know them?

Does a person have the right to say how you live? For how did you get that right, whose was it to give?

But I will tell you this, for of this I am certain, This country is great, because of the lack of a curtain..

What I mean about that, is we can argue whats true, and do it in a way that respects both me and you.

You are right, and I am wrong , can get discussed in detail while still getting along.

THE SOLUTION

Problems remain we know that’s true ..and they will be solved because of a balance of what is old and whats new..

You see the secret to the success of the land we call home, is the basic fact that we know we are not alone.

Who you call on, to lend a hand, or for you to help..we are all part of a band.

A band that plays great music but some times off key, a band that understands the balance of I and of we…

Written By: Darren Redmond

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On the birthday of Dr. Seuss, who wrote the most memorable books, so is the US election day primaries.

Happy Birthday
Dr. Seuss
Today is Election Day
Be Kind

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ASTRONAUTS WELCOME SUPER BOWL ON ISS

Astronauts Peggy Whitson and Shane Kimbrough called down to Houston and welcomed football fans to Super Bowl LI festivities. Credit: NASA/James Blair

While science research continues on ISS, the crew contacts earth inhabitants to welcome fans to the next super bowl football event this coming Sunday. Noted below is the Progress 64 for re-entry and burn up over earth later on this coming week, loaded with tons of trash. This leaves ISS with two remaining modules upon which, in case of an emergency, they can return safely to earth.

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Astronauts Peggy Whitson and Shane Kimbrough called down to Houston and welcomed football fans to Super Bowl LI festivities. Credit: NASA/James Blair

A pair of NASA astronauts on the International Space Station called down to Houston today as the city gets ready to host Super Bowl LI on Sunday. Johnson Space Center officials, media and visitors gathered at Space Center Houston to hear Expedition 50 Flight Engineer Peggy Whitson and Commander Shane Kimbrough welcome everyone as NASA participates in Super Bowl festivities this week.

As NASA and the city of Houston welcome football fans, the Expedition 50 crew aboard the International Space Station continued advanced space research to benefit humans on Earth and in space.

The astronauts explored how the immune system adapts in outer space by collecting their biological samples for the Multi-Omics study. The experiment, which began in March 2015 when the One-Year mission began, is researching gut microbes and metabolism to determine how living in space affects the human immune function.

Scientists and engineers are using the station as a platform to explore technologies for removing space debris from Earth orbit and returning samples from planetary surfaces. The crew members set up tiny internal multi-use satellites known as SPHERES to demonstrate capturing a space object and tugging it. Researchers are testing software to improve computer models to make space safer from space junk and improve planetary science.

Earlier this week, the crew released the Progress 64 for re-entry and burn up over earth later on this coming week, loaded with tons of trash.

While the ISS crew welcomes fans to the upcoming super bowl, they released a Progress 64 freighter for trash burn up as it will be directed over earth.

Written By: Mark Garcia NASA


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