As a father of two daughters with Type 1 diabetes I know first hand the minefield that fairs and festivals are for eating and bolusing for insulin coverage. Get it right, and it's a wonderfully enjoyable day. Get it wrong, and the entire family pays a price. But at best, getting it...
After 15 minute recess, the committee gaveled back in to hear testimony from protestors. The bill then passed on a roll call vote of 10-7 with all republicans voting in favor of prison, democrats voting against it. The bill now moves on to the House Ways and Means Committee.
Dayton insists the bills, "have to pass." He says he is willing to travel to legislative district to travel to the districts of lawmakers who oppose the bills to tell constituents, "This kind of grandstanding is not acceptable."
@SaukGuy They did—at Kittyhawk, where there were prevailing winds. But all the R&D was done at their bike shop in Dayton and a cow pasture at the end of the steeet car line called Huffman prairie. A great place to take the kids, BTW.
Dayton was a town of entrepreneurs and at the time held more patents than any other city in the US. People would actually help the Wright Bros hitch a wagon of plane parts to the steeet car even though they thought Orv & Wil would only kill themselves.
And so it began... one of the great, little told stories of the Wright Bros is how the community of Dayton, OH enabled them for this moment—even though they thought Orville and Wilbur were crazy for attempting to fly. https://t.co/YUGus34rt6
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