Fin Nor

12 Dec 18
Hush-Kit

                                                        High-flying, insanely fast and untouchable, the MiG-25R Foxbat served the Indian Air Force with aplomb. We spoke to Air Marshal Sumit Mukerji about flying the world’s fastest […]

12 Dec 18
About Melbourne

Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 – 1929), Monday 17 July 1871, page 2 MONDAY JtOitNING, JULY 17, 1871. Whew Mr Walsh’s acceptance of office rendered it necessary for him to seek reelection, an attempt was made to rally in antagonism to liim the Loyal Liberal party of Ballarat East. Through the influence of certain persons […]

12 Dec 18
CLS Blue Sky Blog

Thank you so much, Scott [Hemphill], for that incredibly kind introduction.* It’s a real honor to be here with you—and to be invited to testify before the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). I share your commitment to making sure our markets are competitive and fair for all Americans. And I’m delighted that the FTC has convened this […]

12 Dec 18
The Mind of Iraj

I haven’t conducted any zoo tours lately, so it’s time to introduce my readers to the fascinating puffer fish. Pudgy is my green spotted puffer. They’re fairly common in pet stores, and in the US they are sold at Walmart. Here in Canada, Walmart doesn’t sell live creatures, at least not intentionally. Sadly, most puffers […]

12 Dec 18
Anahata Rising

You knever know your limit until your limit is reached. We must strive to live on…we must welcome the fight. You then see in those moments a reality separate from yours, yet in its equality and paralellisms. You exist in both. You cant change the outcomes of the ones before, nor the ones that will […]

12 Dec 18
WTA-ITF Tours

Written by Jason Dowlin 17 year old young gun Ilay Yoruk has taken just over two hours to defeat number 6 seed Ekaterina Vishnevskaya from Russia in the round of 32 match at the GD Tennis Cup in Antalya. Yoruk had to fight tiredness and a quality opponent determined to take the match to a […]

11 Dec 18
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

So, who cares?  Who cares about Tyberius, Pilate, Herod, Phillip and Lysanius, Annas and Caiaphis? Ok, granted…we Christians, who know Jesus’ story, will care about Pilate and Herod a bit later.  But right now, right in this gospel today, what’s the big deal with these guys? The big deal is that these guys were a […]

11 Dec 18
DeeperBlue.com

Diving with sharks is a strong draw for divers. A study of the Florida dive industry by Oceana showed that in 2016, divers spent $221 million for shark encounters. That was just in the state of Florida.

11 Dec 18
Arcynewsy

After the success of the documentary Demain , released in France in December 2015, which made more than 370,000 admissions and remained, rare, thirty-nine weeks on the poster, his co-director Cyril Dion, allied with the journalist Laure Noualhat (former Liberation ) to produce a day after tomorrow . Broadcast on France 2 Tuesday night, this […]

10 Dec 18
Mixed-Up Files

Remember that scene in Pirates of the Caribbean when the ugly old pirate Captain Barbarossa says the pirate’s code is “more what you’d call guidelines than actual rules”? Well, that’s the truth about comma rules. Most of what we consider rules of comma usage are actually guidelines from one style guidebook or another. That’s one […]

10 Dec 18
Amber pools in Dark woods

I’m grateful to find out that The Burning Maze is finally, finally everything I asked from Uncle Rick so far. Coherent and most importantly – even storytelling, worthy villains, balanced and meaty plot, some real/immediate feeling of crisis.

10 Dec 18
Metal Anarchy

Slayer have added another North American leg to their farewell tour. Lamb Of God, Amon Amarth, and Cannibal Corpse will serve as support. Tour Dates: 05/02 Phoenix, AZ – Ak-Chin Amphitheatre 05/03 Albuquerque, NM – Isleta Ampitheatre 05/05 El Paso, TX – UTEP/Don Haskins Center 05/07 Edinburg, TX – Bert Ogden Arena 05/08 Dallas, TX […]

10 Dec 18
JHIBlog

All photographs by Enrique Ramirez, click to enlarge + read captions By guest contributor Enrique Ramirez There was a moment upon entering Bodys Isek Kingelez: City Dreams, currently at MoMA until January 1, 2019, when I felt as if I had left something behind. It was momentary, as if a pulse of light blinded me […]

10 Dec 18
Chasing Dirt

Unbeknownst to us, we chose one of the busiest tourist weeks at Big Bend – the week of Thanksgiving (the other being Spring Break.) The lodge and all of the park’s campgrounds were full, but forward-thinkers that we are, we had reservations at a place just outside the park’s easternmost entrance, Persimmon Gap. This park […]