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Make-a-List Monday: State Capitals #9

See the previous lists:

Pierre, South Dakota

  1. Linda Marie Law

Nashville, Tennessee

  1. Nichole R. Burgess
  2. Oscar Alexander Campos
  3. Ricky Lee Franks
  4. Charles Hall III
  5. Donald Lewis Johnson
  6. Mayme H. Johnson
  7. Lakisha Danielle Jones
  8. Roger Kay Liles
  9. Richard Allen Locke Jr.
  10. Janet Gail Levine March
  11. Latisha Yvonne Milliken
  12. Pamela Jean Mitchell
  13. Debra A. Murr
  14. George Owens
  15. Steven Daniel Paul
  16. Veda Lou Powers
  17. Marcus T. Rutledge
  18. Alice Mae Sullivan
  19. Linda Carol Taylor
  20. Tabitha Danielle Tuders
  21. Laresha Deana Walker
  22. Jason Baker Wilson
  23. Lee Pasquelle Woodard
  24. Rodney Darnell Woodard
  25. Jennifer Lynn Wyant

Austin, Texas

  1. Matthew Cameron Barrows
  2. Jennifer Joyce Barton
  3. Michael J. Chouinard
  4. Robert Curtis Coe
  5. Shirley Dean Cowan
  6. David Harold Dilloway
  7. Daniel Fogg
  8. Irene Theresa Garcia
  9. Shawnta Denise Garrett
  10. Julie Ann Gonzalez
  11. John Franklin Gregory
  12. Jason Augustus Hill
  13. Joyanne Houk
  14. Sharon Zelinski McCully
  15. Mary McFadyen
  16. Gracie Nash
  17. Roxanne Elizabeth Paltauf
  18. Paresh Patel
  19. Richard Barnett Rinehart
  20. Debra Kay Stewart
  21. Patti Gail Swinburne
  22. Adan Andrada Velasco
  23. Adrian Demont Washington
  24. Tanisha Lorraine Watkins

Salt Lake City, Utah

  1. Lakhbir Banwait
  2. Acacia Patience Bishop
  3. John Lowain Casper
  4. Curtis Crosby
  5. Dale Duane Brown
  6. Piotr Drabik
  7. Debra Lee Frost
  8. David Mathew Jaramillo
  9. Sandra Haymes Matott
  10. William McBride III
  11. Jeffrey Dale Nichols
  12. Robert Michael Patton
  13. Douglas Perry Plummer
  14. Lloyd Michael Reese
  15. Jason Jack Simmons Jr.
  16. Dennis Smith
  17. Sheree L. Warren
  18. Aletha Jo Williams

Montpelier, Vermont

  1. Audrey Groat

Make-a-List Monday: Cross necklaces

A list of people who were wearing a cross necklace when they disappeared. This is quite a common jewelry item, for men as well as women, as you can see — perhaps the most common jewelry there is in the Christian world. Fun fact: although all crucifixes are cross necklaces, not all cross necklaces are crucifixes. A crucifix has to have Jesus on the cross pendant. I know because I just looked it up.

  1. Peter Achermann
  2. Rosio Monica Beltran
  3. Nancy Leah Brannon*
  4. Alex James Buonassisi
  5. Michelle Lee Burchell
  6. Kimberly Shawn Cheatham
  7. Cody Robert Christle
  8. Matthew Jonathan Curtis*
  9. Peggy Ilene Humber
  10. Jesse Gabriel Florez
  11. Dean Leslie French
  12. Omar Jabree Gibson
  13. Scott Kevin Jared
  14. Janice Yvonne Johnson
  15. El Shawndrae Devon Jones
  16. Kathleen Kelly
  17. Robert Keck
  18. Yul Demetrius Kennedy
  19. Patricia Ann Krieger
  20. Ruth Ann Leamon
  21. Nieko Anthony Lisi
  22. Tommie Lee Lowery
  23. Larry Don Madden
  24. Tammy Mahoney
  25. Lubov Marchenko
  26. Carmen Magdalena Mares
  27. Wilbert Martin
  28. Ashley Nicole Martin Mauldin
  29. Gloria White Moore McDonald
  30. Shane Lawrence McKinney*
  31. Lori Ann Murchison-Dunbar
  32. Kenny Manuel Naidas Jr.
  33. Nguyet Minh Nguyen
  34. Georgia Darlene Nolan
  35. Michelle Loree Parker
  36. Bernadine Paul
  37. Kara Denora Rigdon
  38. William Larry Roland
  39. Michelle Lee Rust
  40. Jason Joseph Ryan*
  41. Jairo Javier Sanchez
  42. Lisa Ann Schmidt
  43. Miguel Sonny Scott
  44. Yvonne Renee Scott
  45. Bethany Anne Sinclair
  46. Sharon Rose Sons
  47. Walter Shannon Stevenson
  48. William Paul Smolinski Jr.
  49. Lisa Alaria Szasz-Lazzaro
  50. Angel Antonio Torres
  51. Vikki L.Vukelich
  52. Donald Beams Wallace
  53. Jacob Wallace
  54. Grongie Ward
  55. Rasheeyda Robinson Wilson
  56. Dawn Marie Young
  57. Violet Nancy Zarb

*maybe

Make-a-List Monday: Extensive burns

This list is of MPs who have burn scars, not ordinary ones, but serious scarring covering a sizable area of skin. What counts as “sizable” is entirely up to me. For what it’s worth, I’ve heard they recommend you seek immediate medical attention if you’re burned over an area larger than your hand. In some cases I’m not 100% sure the scarring is really large, but only reasonably sure. Cynthia Milstead being an example of that.

I think that in some cases, burns can cause damage that will be apparent in the skeletal structure as well as the skin. I’d guess they’d have to be quite severe for that to happen, though.

  1. John Haywood Barreto
  2. Joyce Creola Brewer
  3. Brian Eric Carlstrom
  4. Mark Norman Dantche
  5. William Henry Forshee Jr.
  6. Ivon D. Fowler
  7. Gina Renee Hall
  8. Rayna Rew Harris
  9. Matthew Ellis Keith
  10. John Lawrence McMeel
  11. Cynthia Renea Milstead
  12. Danny Joe Riley
  13. James White Smith III
  14. Luke David Stout

Make-a-List Monday: Great Lakes

This list is of MP cases that have some connection to the Great Lakes. Probable drownings being the most obvious kind, of course.

I nearly drowned in Lake Michigan when I was five. It was a hot summer’s day and I was in four feet of water, surrounded by happy vacationers at the public beach, but when you’re only three and a half feet tall and can’t swim and your family is all at their own beach a quarter of a mile away, things can go bad very quickly. Fortunately I was fished out and dragged ashore just before I crossed the point of no return, and a police officer who was present pounded life back into me.

Lake Erie

  1. Khristine Renee Smith
  2. Mel L. Wiley

Lake Huron

  1. Mistie Nicole Murray
  2. Charles Rutherford Jr.

Lake Michigan

  1. Michael Steven Bickel
  2. Michael Black
  3. Patricia Blough
  4. Renee Bruhl
  5. James Robert Hysong Jr.
  6. Sofia Khan
  7. Ann Miller
  8. David Randall Warner

Lake Superior

  1. John Lipuma