Jason Aldean – A Little More Summertime (Official Video)



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Check out the official music video for “A Little More Summertime” by Jason Aldean

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Directed by: Shaun Silva
Produced by: Chris Salzgeber
Written by: Wendell Mobley, Tony Martin, Jerry Flowers

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Petland | Pet Shop and Supplies | Columbus Ohio



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Petland, in Columbus, Ohio, has an impressive selection of pets and pet supplies for sale! They encourage socialization of their animals in the store, so you’re welcome to spend quality time and interaction with your new possible pet! Canines, felines, lizards, birds and more are available. Everything you need for a great pet experience can be had here.
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Cajun OnStar



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Two of my friends from The Specklers called OnStar while driving home from crabbing in Rockefeller Refuge. Nonk Chauz, Nonkchauz, Louisiana Culture, Louisiana, Louisiana Tourism, Louisiana Heritage, Kaplan, Grand Chenier, Booth’s, Booth’s Grocery, Abbeville, Erath, Church Point, Crowley, Eunice, Mamou, Scott, Rayne, Erath, New Iberia, Shreveport, Alexandria, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Morgan City, Franklin, Houma,Patterson, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Mississippi River, Poboy, Boudin, Cracklins, Gumbo, Etouffee, Fettuccini, Jambalaya, Sausage, Stew, Creole, Mardi Gras, Mardi Gras Floats, Mardi Gras Parades, Mardi Gras Parade Routes, Krewe, Louisiana Festivals, Cajun Onstar, Nonk Chauz, Do da Roustabout, Do the Roustabout, Commatodatop, Comma to the top, Wea, Seafood, Fried Seafood, Seafood Platter, BBQ, Crawfish, Crawfish Boil, Mudbug, Ducks, Crabs, Frog, Shrimp, Shrimping, Crabbing, Alligator, Oysters, Hunting, Fishing, Wildlife, Swamp, Marsh, French, Pecan Tree, Pecan, Cypress Tree, Sugar Cane, Rice, Brown Pelican, Magnolia, Cajun French, Acadiana, Acadian, Acadie, Cajun Music, Zydeco Music, Blues, Jazz, Who Dat, Fleur de Lis

Fr. Thomas Joseph White OP on the Heart of Redemption



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Rev. Thomas Joseph White speaking at the Catholic Diocese of Arlington Men’s Conference 2013 on the Heart of Redemption.

Fr. White is one of the youngest professors at the Pontifical Academy of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C., the seminary for the Dominican Province of St. Joseph, and a center of Thomistic learning for both priests and laity. A convert to Catholicism at age 22 while studying at Brown University, he is an expert in Thomistic metaphysics, Christology and Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He has authored the upcoming Wisdom in the Face of Modernity: A Study in Modern Thomistic Natural Theology (Sapientia Press).

Cox Creek Parkway (AL 17/AL 133/AL 157) Railroad Crossing, Florence, AL



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*originally recorded on 8-16-18*

Signal on the left: 6 pairs of Modern Industries 12×24 inch lights and a WCH mechanical bell.
Signal on the right: 5 pairs of Modern Industries 12×24 inch lights and a WCH mechanical bell.

This was the second crossing I had caught the TSRR at on the return trip north, and one I had been wanting to get for a while. The crossing features a pair of cantilever signals with 12×24 inch lights and two 1st Generation WCH mechanical bells. I’m honestly not sure if these signals were put up by CSX or by the TSRR, though I’m gonna guess the latter, as the TSRR appears to have briefly used 12×24 inch lights. Surprisingly, this crossing has yet to receive an LED upgrade (like most crossings in Lauderdale County), as this is the largest crossing in Florence with five lanes (and a painted median, making it about 6 lanes wide) at a sharp angle, along with having three state routes across it (though the FRA forgets about AL 157 in their inventory report). AL 17 has also got a rather short concurrency here with AL 133 and AL 157, literally taking this road from the intersection behind my camera to the intersection seen right up the road in the distance.
The traffic lights at the intersection behind me don’t seem to be tied into this crossing either for some reason.
With this video though, I have recorded every active signalized crossing in Lauderdale County!