Prediction: New hashtags and dance crazes to dominate in one of the best adverts for the Premier League the world has ever seen. There’ll also be a football match. 0-0 United.
I am so excited about the football today and really hope the boys do well.
Glols from start to finish. Give SBC Bill Gates’ wages. If you love a good old laugh, then this is the movie for you. There’s this one scene with an Elephant’s penis that just split my sides. In fact I needed a needle and thread all the way through! That aside, pretty good.
Prediction: We will finally take the opportunity to catch up on our Premier League rivals. 1-2 United.
The Ghost ‘Paper’ Town has a really interesting history.
In 1985, the Washington State Legislature passed a law that dissolved school districts with fewer than five students, leading to the disbandment of the Lester school district. A mock funeral was held for the town by residents in response to the closure of the school. Shame.
The town’s “last resident”, Gertrude Murphy, died in September 2002 at the age of 99. So close.
The city of Tacoma began purchasing property in Lester in 1963, seeking to protect the Green River watershed where the city sources its drinking water. Tacoma attempted to block access to the town, leading to protests and the destruction of gates on the only all-weather road leading to Lester, in an incident known as the “Battle of the Lester Gate”. King County sued the city of Tacoma over blocking access to Lester, arguing that the road was owned by the county. The King County Superior Courtruled in Tacoma’s favor in July 1962 to temporarily keep locks on its Lester gates. The court later determined in 1965 that the county’s failure to include other landowners in the suit hampered the court’s abilities to adjudicate the case. Ruddy court.
Prediction: Wrong Lester, right? 0-0 United.