A Night To Remember 1958

19 Jun 19
Thought Moments

The former Outram Prison located beside Outram School (above) was demolished and replaced by the HDB flats and shops at Outram Park (below). Little Red Dot walks you through some of the oldest schools in Singapore. By Eisen Teo in The Straits Times, 13 March 2002. One of the oldest … government schools in Singapore. […]

18 Jun 19
Murica Derp

Banking is effectively unregulated in the United States today. A genuinely regulated banking system would not come anywhere close to allowing a dystopian horror show like this. It’s powerfully telling that a corporation involved in consumer financial services in any capacity whatsoever can even propose a scheme to datamine social media activity for computerized approval […]

18 Jun 19
creatingalovelyhome

In August of 1958 my very favorite photo of my dad was taken. Somehow I have the original. I don’t know how I acquired it from my grandma, but it’s priceless to me and I am often grateful for it. Each time I look into these two boys faces I see a glimpse of my […]

17 Jun 19
Hawkins Bay Dispatch

So used to love driving through America, be it Arizona or New Mexico or the East coast, two packs of smokes on the dash (menthol and regular), windows down, AC on full blast, flipping the AM radio dial and finding the backbone of America, over and over and over again.JP  06 June 2019 | Debbie […]

17 Jun 19
The 18 Yard

If you want to learn anything about becoming mega-successful, you don’t need to look further than Mark Cuban. His life story has everything. It represents the epitome of the classic rags to riches narrative. But let`s be clear. This story is not your usual rags to riches cliché. It`s truly a remarkable story of a […]

17 Jun 19
فلصطين

مقالة جديدة على Longreads Remembering Dr. John بواسطة Tom Maxwell The first Dr. John died in August 1885. He was known by many names, as New Orleans chronicler Lafcadio Hearn noted in his obituary. “Jean Montanet, or Jean La Ficelle, or Jean Latanié, or Jean Racine, or Jean Grisgris, or Jean Macaque, or Jean Bayou, or ‘Voudoo […]

17 Jun 19
Outside The Know

The first Dr. John died in August 1885. He was known by many names, as New Orleans chronicler Lafcadio Hearn noted in his obituary. “Jean Montanet, or Jean La Ficelle, or Jean Latanié, or Jean Racine, or Jean Grisgris, or Jean Macaque, or Jean Bayou, or ‘Voudoo John,’ or ‘Bayou John,’ or ‘Doctor John’ might […]

17 Jun 19
News Bakerrs

The first Dr. John died in August 1885. He was known by many names, as New Orleans chronicler Lafcadio Hearn noted in his obituary. “Jean Montanet, or Jean La Ficelle, or Jean Latanié, or Jean Racine, or Jean Grisgris, or Jean Macaque, or Jean Bayou, or ‘Voudoo John,’ or ‘Bayou John,’ or ‘Doctor John’ might […]

17 Jun 19
BiblioMarket

The first Dr. John died in August 1885. He was known by many names, as New Orleans chronicler Lafcadio Hearn noted in his obituary. “Jean Montanet, or Jean La Ficelle, or Jean Latanié, or Jean Racine, or Jean Grisgris, or Jean Macaque, or Jean Bayou, or ‘Voudoo John,’ or ‘Bayou John,’ or ‘Doctor John’ might […]

17 Jun 19
Longreads

Mac Rebennack devoted himself to New Orleans culture.

17 Jun 19
Why Evolution Is True

It’s Monday, June 17, 2019; and as you begin the work week reading this, I’ll be luxuriating in Hawaii for some well-deserved R&R. It’s National Apple Strudel Day, but if you eat that stuff you’re engaging in cultural appropriation. It’s also World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought. Do your bit. On this day in […]

17 Jun 19
HlaMin

Updated on February 26, 2019 This post of a Compilation of Memories of UCC and covers (0) to (9). I wrote 40+ Memories of UCC (0) Prolog In the early days, there were no computers in Burma. IBM (International Business Machines) based in the United State and ICL (International Computers Limited) based in the United […]