American Alligator

23 Jul 19
PEOPLE.com

Even if alligators aren’t native to your state, there’s a chance you could find one of these reptiles in your backyard

23 Jul 19
scifist 2.0

A mad scientist, an army of killer robots, a grieving widow and a dashing hero. There are the ingredients for the German 1934 film Der Herr der Welt film by action hero Harry Piel. Perhaps his darkest movie, and one of the few where he doesn’t appear on screen. A predictable script and flat filming, but the acting is good and the special effects not bad either. 4/10

23 Jul 19
NATION AND STATE

Remarks as prepared for delivery Good Morning. Thank you all for being here this morning.  I would like to offer particular thanks to Fordham University for hosting this Conference and this morning’s opening ceremony.  As a native New Yorker, it is always nice to have a good excuse to be in the City. I would […]

23 Jul 19
Openhearted Rebellion

If we’re to believe the headlines, there’s a whole crock of large reptilian madness brewing in the southern United States.

23 Jul 19
Romancing the Dispatcher

Today we have the release blitz for Ember Leigh’s MAKE ME LOSE! Check it out and be sure get your copy today! Title: Make Me Lose Author: Ember Leigh Genre: Contemporary Romance About Make Me Lose: Grayson Daly and I aren’t just rivals. We’re enemies.   Born minutes apart on the same day in the […]

23 Jul 19
ROCK THE PIGEON

Of Monsters and Men is gearing up to release a new record on July 26th. They have released their song with accompanying video “Alligator” to get fans excited…and we sure are excited here at Rock the Pigeon. The music video was shot in a haunted castle in Iceland! Spooky! Of Monsters and Men is a […]

23 Jul 19
Saving Africa from Lies that Kill

Population Control by Insect Borne Diseases.   It is time to bring back DDT to save Africa and other impoverished areas. Although much maligned, DDT is Safe for Humans and the Environment according to extensive research.  See evidence below.  Over 80% of infectious diseases in poor countries are carried by insects and other arthropods.  DDT is […]

23 Jul 19
Connecticut Travel

Two of the rarest (and littlest) of the big cats on earth made their official debut today at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo! The Zoo’s Amur leopard cubs (Panthera pardus orientalis), a male, Orion, and a melanistic (an extremely rare black color variant) female, Kallisto, have slowly been acclimating to their new habitat, and are now available […]

23 Jul 19

Kari's Book Reviews and Revelations

Today we have the release blitz for Ember Leigh’s MAKE ME LOSE! Check it out and be sure get your copy today! Title: Make Me Lose Author: Ember Leigh Genre: Contemporary Romance About Make Me Lose: Grayson Daly and I aren’t just rivals. We’re enemies.   Born minutes apart on the same day in the […]

23 Jul 19
The Cinemaholic

Police procedural shows have come a long way from their inception. Though they suffer a sort of fatigue after the first wave due to proliferation of mediocre genre shows, they reinvented themselves as complex, and multilayered psycho dramas with detectives reeling under moral ambiguity. In the course of the transformation, such shows incorporate tropes of […]

23 Jul 19
Newsy Today

Before his landing on July 20, the special envoys of L'Express in Cape Kennedy tell all the aspects of this fantastic adventure that is the launch of Apollo 11. "Pride" said Gabriel Marcel, an old Christian philosopher. "God bless them," voices are answered unknown, voices lost in the huge cry of a crowd became landscape, […]

23 Jul 19
The Wild Life

Over Memorial Day weekend, I was putting the dock in on the lake while my wife and son were splashing around in the shallows. Suddenly, my wife starts screaming in pain saying she thinks she was bit, or that she felt like venom was moving through her foot, or that maybe she stepped on something […]

23 Jul 19
Treestand Book Reviews

Make Me Lose by Ember Leigh is an Adult Contemporary Romance featuring an enemies-to-lovers out today! *Disclaimer: This book contains mature content and may not be suitable for younger readers*

23 Jul 19
Filosofa's Word

There is just so darn much to ruffle the feathers, rile the temper, send the ol’ blood pressure soaring these days … I started earlier today on a humour piece that I had an idea for, thought it would be a nice change of pace.  And then … I looked at the news.  Suddenly, my […]