For years, even my birth played out in my head as a grand entrance. It would have been a mess, a gory birthday party, with a lot of cleanup involved, not to mention my poor mother would have to be put back together. I haunted all corners of my house, like a jazzy poltergeist with swinging hips and splayed hands. Ew, your brother is like.
IN DETROIT IT’S ‘SWINGIN’ TIME’ CKLW 9 . . . APRIL 2, 1966
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Catching up to Browns quarterback happenings … 1. QB white elephant sale: In the span of 23 days, new Browns GM John Dorsey traded all three quarterbacks from the roster he inherited. Ultimately, Dorsey ridded the Browns of three young quarterbacks with a combined starting record of — and three middle-round draft picks -- in exchange for a safety and a kicking tee. This year, the Vikings let all three of their quarterbacks leave in free agency.
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By contrast, Tiger Woods and many professional golfers, use an one-piece takeaway. Both the one-piece takeaway which I described in my backswing chapter and the right forearm takeaway which I described in my How to Move the Arms, Wrists and Hands in the Golf Swing review paper are perfectly acceptable backswing takeaway actions and they both assemble the power package assembly left arm flying wedge and right forearm flying wedge correctly at the end-backswing position. I prefer the right forearm takeaway because I think that it allows the arms to remain more "connected" to the body during the backswing, and there is less risk of having the arms move in a disconnected manner relative to the rotating torso.
I don't do appraisals on a commercial or professional level. I only give my opinion of value of a lantern or two that a private individual might have come across, or inherited. If you have a number of lanterns that you're planning on selling, or auctioning, and need the values on them, you need to contact someone that is in the business of doing lantern appraisals. I don't have the expertise or ability to give values in these situations. I suggest you contact Sue Knous of Railroad Memories.