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Nero, the duo behind Dubstep Symphony, with Promises:
T.S. Eliot’s The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock.
In a minute there is time
For decisions and revisions which a minute will reverse.
Link to the full text: http://bit.ly/qMSJq0.
This video is great–the cows are happily munching on grass and one even comes to investigate the camera! Turn up the volume and set Youtube to HD. This video was taken with a Flip cam.
This article originally appeared in the Wed., July 13, 2011 issue of the Warwick Valley Dispatch.
Mid-Orange Correctional Facility first took form in February, 1913 when the Board of Inebriety, appointed by New York City Mayor William Jay Gaynor, purchased for $75,000 800 acres of the Thomas Durland farm, née Henry Board Wisner property. The Colony for Inebriates, or Inebriate Farm, was one of the first medical rehabilitation facilities for alcoholics and substance abusers. It began with six patients and quickly expanded to treat over 60 patients in the second half of 1914 alone. As ‘The Farm’ expanded and received increased funding many local men were employed in building and maintaining the property.