Miss Mary Of Sweden

18 May 19
D.T.R.O.O.W.

All rights belong to their respective owners. 1. Malta Michela Pace – “Chameleon” Music and lyrics: Joacim Persson, Paula Winger, Borislav Milanov, Johan Alkenas I’m bluer than the ocean I’m golden like the rising sun and I’m red with hot emotion And when they try to hold me down Inside the box I’ll find my […]

17 May 19
Jill's Book Cafe

Today it’s a pleasure to host author Rose McGinty. I first became aware of Rose when I was a member of the Urbane Book Club (no longer running) and received a copy of her book, intriguingly  entitled the ‘Electric Souk’.   Author bio:- Rose McGinty was born with itchy feet, which she has yet to […]

13 May 19
Russia News Now

Alexey Komov is a leading Russian Conservative Christian activist. See an extended interview with him here with rising conservative YouTube star, Dr. Steve Turley: Excellent Interview With Top Russian Christian Conservative Activist Alexey Komov (Dr. Steve Turley) The following film, “Lessons of Standardization”, was created by Komov, Ambassador of the World Congress of Families to the U.N., […]

13 May 19
CaMP Anthropology

https://books.emeraldinsight.com/page/detail/Internet-Celebrity/?k=9781787560796 Interview by Mary-Caitlyn Valentinsson Mary-Caitlyn Valentinsson: What do you see as the main focus and argument of this book? Crystal Abidin: Logistically, I wanted to write a highly accessible primer text for a general audience. My original disciplinary training is in anthropology and sociology, but the bulk of research on this phenomena has come […]

13 May 19
Russia News Now

The following film, “Lessons of Standardization”, was created by Alexey Komov, Ambassador of the World Congress of Families to the U.N., and his colleagues, who together have been pioneering homeschooling in Russia, making use of tested home schooling methods in the U.S. A transcript of the video is included below. [embedded content] Education is key […]

10 May 19
Midnight Oil Studios

The Film Poms   There was a time when cultures were open to learning from their elders. But today’s culture – focused on youth more than perhaps ever before – has little interest in learning from the experience of age. One might lament this fact until the cows come home but it does have consequences […]

10 May 19
AAPS | Association of American Physicians and Surgeons

Volume 75, no. 5  May 2019 How many times have you heard, from organized medicine, that the “train has left the station,” and you need to be on board, or that the train of socialized medicine is unstoppable? Fans of old Western movies know that trains were stopped in many ways. Recently, the 2010 action/thriller […]

09 May 19
GOING THE DISTANCE

Click here for Home A MILLION YEARS AGO: Genghis with “Sally The Bitch” early 1970s. In an interview, Michael Connelly, who is the author of the famous Henry Bosch series of crime novels, was asked who he wrote for when sitting at the keyboard. Paraphrasing him, he said, “I write for myself. I never actually […]

09 May 19
Douglas County Herald

25 years ago An eerie feeling came over the Ozarks just before noon Tuesday as the sun was swallowed up by the moon, in a rarely-seen annular eclipse.  As the moon moved in front of the sun at about 11:45 a.m., everything took on a darkened look, and the temperature mysteriously dropped several degrees as […]

02 May 19
Beyounged

Have you heard of the most disgusting food possible? You have to come check this out: it is so bad that it has been used to exercise vengeance on cheating ex’s.

02 May 19
Flowers For Socrates

May 2nd is Chocolate Truffle Day Life Insurance Day * World Tuna Day Robert’s Rules of Order Day * _______________________________________ MORE! Isabel González, Satyajit Ray and Norma Aleandro, click

30 Apr 19
MemyselfandI

Hi all. Hope April was a good reading month for you. I have stopped work now and am on baby countdown. Really looking forward to May as we have some nice family time away. We are heading to Mousehole in Cornwall for a week for half term. Think it will be the last time we […]