Ann King

16 Feb 19
Chris King Pop Icon's ProductName Seven

Coulter responded on Twitter: ‘He seems to think ‘the reservation’ is HIM, not his campaign promises.’ One online follower posted a picture of Coulter speaking a Trump rally in Iowa during the campaign. She retweeted the image, writing: ‘THANK YOU, Mr. President for admitting that your total capitulation on campaign promises has nothing to do […]

16 Feb 19
Kelly Bertram for President

IMDB page for 2015 documentaryViewed on Netflix 2019 Fashion industry leaning toward growth bc of business 1960s – 95% of clothing bought in USA, made in USAtoday – 3% of clothing bought in USA, made in USAPrice of clothing has gone down, prices spent per person on clothing have gone up “The global marketplace is […]

16 Feb 19
STOP THESE THINGS

Sunset and calm weather mean wind and solar can and will never replace conventional power generators. By ‘conventional’ we mean coal, gas, nuclear and, where geography and geology permit, stored hydro and geothermal power. Show a picture like the one above – the entire output of every wind turbine connected to Australia’s Eastern Grid during […]

16 Feb 19
famousepepole197189

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete   Bill Murray … Dr. Peter Venkman Dan Aykroyd … Dr. Raymond Stantz Sigourney Weaver … Dana Barrett Harold Ramis … Dr. Egon Spengler Rick Moranis … Louis Tully Annie Potts … Janine Melnitz William Atherton … Walter Peck Ernie Hudson … Winston Zeddemore David Margulies … Mayor Steven Tash … […]

16 Feb 19
CHRISTian poetry ~ by deborah ann

Oh, My little flock you’ve nothing to fear for I’ve promised you I would always be near. You see I’ve a kingdom, I want to lead you to and I know you need Me to direct and guide you. Oh, my little flock, you’ll need to be resilient to My prodding you mustn’t be indifferent. […]

16 Feb 19
Ewell Downs RA

Association of Ewell Downs Residents Non Political, Founded 1926 NOTICE The Eighty Fourth Annual General Meeting Will be held at WALLACE FIELDS JUNIOR SCHOOL in the Year 6 Classroom 7.30pm on Wednesday 6 March 2019 GUEST SPEAKER – Inspector Joe Easterbrook and/or Sergeant James Dawborn of Surrey Police AGENDA Apologies for absence Minutes of the […]

15 Feb 19
Ann Malley

To everything, turn-turn-turn. There IS a season for all things. And spring flowers are just around the corner. I nearly stomped them this afternoon when tending those lovely details that keep us going—grocery shopping. It’s a hassle, but people need to eat.  Getting bags into the house can be fun—sarcasm on. Bad back, multiple vehicles, […]

15 Feb 19
WPIX 11 New York

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, New York has released the names of more than 100 priests who have been credibly accused of sexually abusing minors over the diocese’s 166-year-history. The following lists clergy members of the Diocese of Brooklyn with credible allegations: CREDIBILITY DEEMED BY DIOCESAN REVIEW BOARD DETERMINATION AND/OR ADMISSION ON BEHALF OF […]

15 Feb 19
Drew Archival Library

On May 17, 1843, Mary Cushman wrote her husband, Capt. David Cushman, “Mr. W is building a new house for Black Bill & Frank (by the way, Frank has got him a wife) it stands or rather it is going to stand back of the Widow Peterson’s.” The house Mary Cushman was referring to is […]

15 Feb 19
Otaku Orbit

In December of last year, at Shonen Jump’s Jump Festa the follow up to Naruto was announced. Samurai 8: The Tale of Hachimaru, will be written by Masashi Kishimoto and illustrated by Akira Okubo, a former assistant on Naruto and the brother of Atsushi Okubo (Soul Eater, Fire Force). Kishimoto stated that he ” I […]

15 Feb 19
Sometimes Stevie Reads

Gilmore Girls was (is?) one of my favorite shows of all time. I watched it religiously in middle/high school, and I rewatch the series from beginning to end at least once a year. My favorite Gilmore Girl, Rory, is a notorious bookworm. So, here’s all of the books she read on the show, and my […]

15 Feb 19
innovatorx

Recently, I’ve been reading Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James. James is known for winning the prestigious Man Booker Prize for his 2015 book A Brief History of Seven Killings, and he indicated after his win that he wanted to take on epic fantasy, saying that he was “sick and tired … of arguing […]

15 Feb 19

Today’s interview is with Stephanie Ann, author of The Experiment. Stephanie’s novels can be found on lulul.com. About Your Novel: What’s the title of your manuscript / novel? The Experiment What genre is your novel? YA Science Fiction Give us a quick synopsis and tell us what your book is all about! Syren Walker lives […]