Ron Q: When were the CNW lines north of Cleveland, WI into upper Michigan sold to Wisconsin Central?Ron A: The trackage north of Cleveland WI was part of the trackage sold by the C&NW (without trackage rights) to Itel Corp in 1988 which then formed the Fox River Valley Railroad (FRVR).FRVR also included C&NW lines from Granville to Green Bay via Oshkosh and a few small branches. Itel sold the FRVR and GBW to the Wisconsin Central in 1993.The C&NW held on to lines north of Green Bay till it was purchased by the Wisconsin Central in 1997 from the Union Pacific. Ralph Q: I have letter written sometime during or just after the Civil War. Steve A: Mendota to Shakopee is the 2nd oldest CNW line in Minnesota (behind Winona-Rochester). I have a date of November 10th, 1865 for the start of service between Mendota and Shakopee.For the past few years, I have been researching the ins and outs of how our bodies handle toxins and where those toxins come from. These ingredients have been of concern to me after learning about many children who have regressed after vaccination, many of whom also have mitochondrial disease, immune deficiency or other metabolic and immune challenges.
The portmanteau words entry is a particularly interesting example of one of the very many different ways in which language evolves.The New York Times, an a rare astute moment, observed that the announcement directly contradicts a 1999 review by the Institute of Medicine, a part of the National Academy of Sciences, the nation's most prestigious scientific advisory agency.That review found marijuana to be "moderately well suited for particular conditions, such as chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting and AIDS wasting." The federal government closed its case with the observation that cannabis use can have damaging effects.Q: Myles siding in Wyoming is named after a CNW employee, could you tell me his first name?Thanks Darrell A: Myles was named after Bob Myles who was the VP in charge of the CNW Police.So either the FDA is laying out arguments that could be used to return to Prohibition, or it didnt really make a point at all. Alcohol is an important analogy because its consumption is an example of the type of freedom Western cultures boast: a benign practice should be allowed by default, even if it has no intrinsic value in the eyes of a government or a majority.Alcohol is legal so that people can have a good time - not because alcohol has sound scientific studies supporting its medical use.Set aside for a moment the facts that contradict the FDAs statement.Even if the governments assertions were entirely accurate, they still place cannabis on a scientific equivalence to alcohol - can cause harm, has little medicinal value, is enjoyed by billions of people around the world, and has been so for centuries.Is it possible the baby’s body may get confused and attack its own cells?Is it possible the fetus’s DNA from these cells can recombine with the baby’s cells and insert its DNA?