I don’t normally join in in these Tuesday tags, but I felt today’s topic was too interesting to miss. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature that was created by The Broke and the Bookish and hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Born from a love of lists and a love of books each week there’s a […]
Analysis | Australia Faces Another Border Security Election: QuickTake Q&A Washington Post The fate of around 1020 people living in refugee camps on remote South Pacific islands is set to add fuel to Australia’s already heated federal election campaign … Originally Published here: Analysis | Australia Faces Another Border Security Election: QuickTake Q&A – Washington Post
Our last morning in Jordan saw us cross the border at the King Hussein bridge into Israel. The border crossing checks were pretty through but didn’t take as long as we were told they might. We had a 30min drive to get us to Jerusalem and on the way we passed groves of date palms […]
· REAPING THE FRUITS OF PRIMITIVE HUBRIS: – · A historian, Walter Chesang, penned an interesting article (Standard, Friday, February 15, 2019). · Let us listen, carefully, to Mwalimu Chesang: ““A dance,” goes a Kalenjin saying “should be stopped when it is still enjoyable”. The more the dance proceeds the more it gets tiring, rough, […]
The 2018-19 version of the Calgary Flames stand a cross-road of sorts. They head into the February 25th trade deadline in a race for first in the Pacific division, and the Western Conference. Seasons such as this one do not come along every year, and you know that the organization would hate to was it. […]
In their usual warped and patently myopic thinking, APC social media urchins tagged their party’s organized but misguided protest against Akwa Ibom INEC boss on Monday a breaking news. Nothing about the lame street walk by the APC hired loafers was breaking let alone being a news item for sane minds to pay attention to, […]
This week, Shawn Anderson and Lou Olsen are joined by Kieran Lovegrove. On the eve of reporting to Spring Training, the San Francisco Giants pitching prospect talks to the boys about the day-to-day of training camp, taking the high road on social media (and how some Major League Baseball teams take the lead), playing for […]
Topic: The Verdict Is Yours [TREM Devotional 19 February 2019] “And David was greatly distressed; for the people spake of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God.” 1 Samuel 30:6 KJV What is the verdict? In […]
Season 2 Episode 5. Directed by David Petrarca. Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss. Originally aired on April 29, 2012. Locations in the opening: King’s Landing, Harrenhal, Pyke, Winterfell, the Wall, Qarth. Ranking: 48 / 67 The title obliquely refers to Arya Stark, who befriends ace assassin Jaqen H’ghar between tense, cutting conversations with […]
The Primus frontman’s strange journey from wannabe clarinetist to his new Claypool Lennon Delirium album.
Kenya police say that kidnapped Italian aid worker, Sylvia Constanza Romano, knew her kidnappers, and that they had disagreed over money from their illegal trade in ivory. According to the police, Ms Romano: 1. Knew her kidnappers 2. Was involved in ivory smuggling. It is very important to note the the Italian government has not […]
On this episode, we had two conversations about the history of Fascism. We first spoke with Gord Hill about the history of Anti-Fascist movements and the connections between Fascism and Colonialism. We then spoke with Shira Klein about how to understand the widespread Jewish support for Fascism that existed in interwar Italy.
Route: Devonport – Wilmot – Cradle Mountain – Corinna – Strahan After an eleven hour flight from Brussels to Bangkok (with a 24 hrs delay), a nine hour flight from Bangkok to Melbourne and an eleven hour ferry trip from Melbourne to Devonport, I am, finally, ready to start my trip Down Under. A trip […]