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Tonight needs to just be about playing football. That, and attacking Tom Brady like a pack of rabid hyenas. Let’s all show up tonight and laugh like hyenas whenever the defense is on the field!. Tom Edsallhas covered every presidential campaign since 1968. He has reported on politics from more than 30 states and written five books on the subject. He sees politics in virtually everything.
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Motorcycling is one of the great joys of my life. My dad always had at least one motorcycle in the garage, and ever since I was big enough to stand one up on my own, he was teaching me to ride. Luckily for me, I had a great teacher who stressed safety and taught me how to handle a bike even in difficult situations.
There are already signs that the treeline is pushing north, and if this continues, northern ecosystems will change. Warming temperatures have benefitted not only white spruce, the dominant treeline species in northwestern North America, but also woody deciduous shrubs on the tundra, which have begun shading out other plants as they expand their range. As habitats change, scientists are asking whether insects, migratory songbirds, caribou and other animals that have evolved to exploit the tundra environment will adapt.