11 Of Our Best Weekend Reads

20 Jul 19
rejectingconventionalwisdom

Background I decided to train Brazilian Jujitsu (BJJ) for self-defense and exercise purposes.  I wanted to be able to escape positions from off the ground and feel more comfortable if I ended up there in a real life self-defense situation. I trained BJJ primarily at two different schools over about a two year period but […]

20 Jul 19
Newsy Today

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20 Jul 19
Winkgo

Even at an early age, we seek out friendships with nearly every person we meet. It’s in our nature to be curious and find people we have things in common with. While family members give us the love and support we need, friends are different. Friends become part of your life just like family and […]

20 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

50 years moon landing What Nazis and Scouts are dealing with the moon landing – and why today speculators are magically attracted by the moon. Ten theses. So beautiful full, so beautiful bright: the moon Photo: dpa 1. There used to be more moon It all started with an apocalypse without witnesses. Eons ago, the […]

20 Jul 19
My brilliant blog 1117

Robinson and his group, the Miracles met Berry Gordy after a failed audition for singer Jackie Wilson’s managers. Gordy was affected with Robinson's vocals and difficult songwriting. Maybe Funny Magic and Musical Show (Hong Kong Station. Naturalized in 2000, Hong Kong Ticketing is a help of Hong Kong Conventionality and Aggregation Centre (Management) Ltd. 15th […]

20 Jul 19
Best New York Comedy

I’m one of the finest ghostwriters in the country; my 20+ books include two New York Times bestsellers, a phenom megaseller that hit #16 on Amazon.com and has sold over 310,000 copies to date, and an interview book with legendary author Neil Gaiman that hit #240 on Amazon.com. I’ve also written five Dummies books and […]

20 Jul 19
Charlie Echo Niner

A few months back now, I became aware of Apollo 11, a film made from hitherto largely unseen NASA archival footage. At the time, I remember a lot of malarkey, googling around cinemas in Australia trying to find out where it would be playing. An IMAX in Sydney, I seem to remember, and I think […]

20 Jul 19
The Scorecrow

Ten years ago, he was just a kid putting up shots and working on his game in the town’s local rec center. Today, Derrick White is sitting on the edge of basketball stardom. “Crazy” is the sentiment repeatedly conveyed by the San Antonio Spurs point guard while talking about his journey from the local rec center gym all the way to getting selected in the first round of the NBA draft. He’s not wrong, his story is crazy, but also extraordinary.

20 Jul 19
Maidmother

In today’s world everybody both young and elderly wants to make money, but if you don’t meet the requirements especially age-wise. All thanks to the advent and advance in today’s technological world, that barrier has been breached. Many wonder how they can make money fast as a kid with little to no experience. I know […]

20 Jul 19
Fully Myelinated

1) I must say, my Wired subscription has been a great investment.  My 13-year old loves reading the hardcopy every month (reminds me of my love for Discover when I was his age) and I get unlimited online access to all their great articles.  Really enjoyed this on the technical and logistical challenges facing the power […]

20 Jul 19
Johanni Meiring

I can remember so clearly the early years of parenthood, those times when I was on the brink of breaking down. I could very faintly feel the exhaustion setting in more and more, my patience very thin with the kids and emotions flying everywhere about the smallest issues. It was then when I knew that […]

20 Jul 19
TV Aerials Leeds

Welcome to the weekend. Much of the U.S. is feeling the full wrath of a heat wave. The House condemned President Trump’s attack on four freshmen congresswomen as racist. And we saw Novak Djokovic win Wimbledon in one of the greatest matches in history. from Pocket https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/19/arts/11-of-our-best-weekend-reads.html via FREEVIEW AERIALS LEEDS

20 Jul 19
TV Aerials Sunderland

Welcome to the weekend. Much of the U.S. is feeling the full wrath of a heat wave. The House condemned President Trump’s attack on four freshmen congresswomen as racist. And we saw Novak Djokovic win Wimbledon in one of the greatest matches in history. from Pocket https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/19/arts/11-of-our-best-weekend-reads.html via TV/a>