Free People

24 Feb 19
armouredadvocates

If you want go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together.   A Story in Six Parts. (This provides an introduction and background to the Blog, which follows below on a daily basis.) Once upon a time there was a 1AR Assn Members’ Forum.  This was a page on the Assn’s […]

24 Feb 19
Universe of Dahee

There are moments when I feel aligned with my whole being, immense power from the core of who I am rises, all of sudden no matter where I am, whatever I am doing, I feel like bursting into tears of joy and happiness. Perhaps it can be explained with the word epiphany or inspiration. Everything […]

24 Feb 19
A Tale of Misfits

Hey guys! Character study 2. A character that may come up in season 2 of the Oddball Campaign, but that won’t be for a while. So for now, enjoy my concept of her as well as a drawing!

24 Feb 19
Where I'm At

New Zealand’s National Museum is in Wellington. It is called Te Papa, which translates from the Maori as ‘Treasure Box’. It is quite a facility. To our amazement admission is free, which was a good thing because there was just too much to take in during one visit. There is an exhibit of China’s Terracotta […]

24 Feb 19
eurohockeyleague

Owner: Bogdan Podarok, entrepeneur Farm Club: Aalborg (Denmark) Pirates  GM: Austin Dwyer  (3rd GM in team’s history) Coach: Randy Carlyle (replaced Guy Boucher after Season 5) Last season: 23rd overall; missed playoffs Ins and Outs  (Season 9 to Season 10) Out: Marc-Edouard Vlasic (free agent) In: T.J. Brennan (free agent), Andrei Svechnikov (draft), Oliver Wahlstrom (draft), Rasmus Sandin (draft), Jan Drozg (draft) In Place (Key players signed past […]

24 Feb 19
Hi-Fi Way: The Pop Chronicles

Railed presented by Head First Acrobats at The Octagon at Gluttony was one of the anticipated big ticket shows at this year’s Fringe (they were the winners of the Best Circus and Physical Theatre Award at the Adelaide Fringe 2018) Like Elixir in 2018, Railed also follows a narrative thread, and while they were scientists […]

24 Feb 19
Democratic Movements in India

1. Swadeshi Movement – 1905 The movement which started during India’s struggle for freedom focused on removing the British Empire from power by becoming Swadesh i.e self sufficient. A lot of Indians came forward in support of the movement and boycotted foreign goods. They burnt all the imported clothes they had, boycotted British products and revived the […]

24 Feb 19
Journo Times

Saving money sets you free from all the anxieties and burdens. If you want to get a new car, phone, or a home, saving can help you track the monthly expenditure without going for a loan.

24 Feb 19
Continuity Check

January 9th, 2007 and July 10th, 2008 are two dates forever tied together in history. The first changed the way humanity interfaced with technology forever. The second has played an important factor behind our eroding attention spans, resulting in the craving in constant distraction. Because of this necessity of the latter, we depend on the […]

24 Feb 19
Y-Kitchen

The greatest thing Amazon did is proving the arrival of the digital marketing era. After reversing six years of losses, Amazon finally became profitable from online bookstore since 2013. The traditional market began to be reshaped by the start of the commercial use of the Internet, causing brick and mortar store is not the only […]

24 Feb 19
Hieronymous the Anonymous

It’s my birthday in a bit over a week and because of people coming and going and not being about I’m having an extended, though fragmentary, celebration of it. Yesterday it started with a spirit tasting event at Cumulus, Inc with a couple of old friends. It was a beautiful, perfect day and spirits even […]

24 Feb 19
Running Wild

Just over a week ago I saw my doctor and we discussed the pain situation, the blood pressure, the heart problems, the dehydration problems, the swelling, the hurting, the tiredness, and so on and so on.  He talked about the possibility that I’ve shifted into RA.  “But we’ve tested for that before,” I replied.   So […]

24 Feb 19
Thought for Food

“If 100% of the population were vaccinated, there would be no disease.” That appears to be the implied and I’ll say baseless motivation behind the legislative efforts to induce or coerce people to think that they should give up their option to refuse vaccine administration to their children. Of course it’s not baseless. They are […]