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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    February 29, 2016



    STOP ALL HIGHWAY CONSTRUTION, NOW! Let the roads crumble and fail and the brides become unsafe.

    Frank K

    Take the Stan Span to Tucker, just past City Hall get on I-64 behind the old police station. Best way.


    These road closures are never as bad as most people like to make out. People quickly adjust and life goes on.

    Diane Meyer

    Ron, I came into Illinois at 8:40 this morning and the traffic going west was backed up to the racetrack. Barely moving and that was normally when traffic has lightened up. that is not good for people who have to work in St. Louis everyday and either have to leave much earlier or be late. If they have kids who are to be at school at a certain time and the parent has to leave early because of traffic jams, then it's another problem for Illinois people. Every single day for a year!


    Diane, it's the first day of the closure. A lot of those people didn't realize the closure was happening. They will adjust. Just like they have in the past. Give it a week or two and then check on the traffic. And, no matter how bad the traffic is in St. Louis, it pales compared to many other cities.

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