Monkey Dust

10 Dec 18
Livnfresh Michigan

If you don’t know what monkey bread is, you might not know there are two ways to make it. The popularity of Monkey Bread is due to the “pull apart” feature. It is a tasty addition to breakfast or brunch. Serve with a favorite dipping sauce. Monkey bread dough is a sweet yeast dough. The […]

10 Dec 18
Lauren’s Travels

Our first trip on our coach was to meet two youths from the charity named Salaam Baalak. (Supported by G-Adventures our tour company). A young girl and boy just 16 years old led us down the back streets of Delhi telling us about young people’s struggles and life growing up in India. They explained that […]

10 Dec 18
The High Window

***** The Poets Andy Armitage • Tom Bland • Stephanie Bowgett • Stephen Claughton • Rachael Clyne • Anthony Costello • Clive Donovan • Karen Downs-Barton • John Duffy •  Scott Elder • Ken Head  • Wendy Holborow • Richard Hoffman • Amy Kinsman • Nigel King • Tom Laichas • Pippa Little • DS Maolalai […]

10 Dec 18
Shakthi Nivetha

Before I start to describe anything about Hampi. Just a guess ? Do you know which place comes first in Karnataka related Google search? You must be thinking it’s Bangalore. Well, even I thought the same. But that’s not true, because the most searched place by people from across the world in Google search is […]

10 Dec 18
Marchen Dreams

The Dhaha unerringly led Kiara through the wasteland, guiding her to the hidden waterholes and oases. He was quiet as the Dhaha often are when not trading, and the silence let Kiara’s mind drift. In her mind’s eye she saw images of her mother, bedridden, breath raspy as golden scales spread from the tips of […]

10 Dec 18
Zen Mountain's Sunday Post

Yup..It is snowing as I write.. The first snow of the season came in Friday night and now the second wave this afternoon Sunday. They ( weather Dudes ) are talking 1-3 inches…..which , at the rate it is falling right now would mean that it would have to stop within the hour as we […]

09 Dec 18
Author Brad Acevedo

They had said his ramblings were the work of a tarnished mind; a mad man. But to Victor Barnett, his words could not be clearer. They didn’t last long, of course. Eventually, the nurses would come in to check on him and they would find the scratching on the wall. They were markings and sigils […]

09 Dec 18
MGTOW

“Be ye therefore wise as serpents & harmless as doves.” Domineering men die sooner[1] Michael Babyak, PhD, researched a study of 750 men. Men who make quick responses & interrupt conversation are 60% more likely to die sooner than men who are more quiet & tranquil. It is given that the attitude of being a […]

09 Dec 18
OriginofspeciesII

Survivors of mass extinctions are few. Progeny of these survivors are many. Ghost species must have low population. Rapid diversification occurred after mass extinctions. Lateral gene transfer (LGT) is a mechanism that can explain how hundreds of families of Tetrapoda could arise from a few surviving species. Asteroid impacts result in accumulation of carbon dust […]

09 Dec 18
Leyendo Entre Lineas

Something happened where I live. During some local festivities an 18 year old girl was raped by five men. Apparently the girl had separated from her friends and these five monsters found her and convinced her to join them. She trusted them because she believed these men were rational human beings who thought of her […]

09 Dec 18
knit1purl2chat

I’m not going to finish… That is it! I can’t work this hard to read a book, so I am done after chapter 4. The book is already in the “return to the library” pile. Many years ago I gave myself permission to quit reading a book it I was not enjoying the read. The […]

09 Dec 18
reubenwoolley

Originally posted on I am not a silent poet:
People who take the drug often believe that they are being chased and attack those around them. Steven Rust, a paramedic, said it was difficult to treat the patients. “There is no regular pattern of behaviour and there is a psychosis of being paranoid, mixed in…

21 Jan 18
Keeping up with Kinz

Penang, Malaysia is a well known “foodie’ capital. Worldwide chefs travel from near and far to devour the eclectic ethnic mix of food that this city is known for. They refer to Penang as the ” Pearl of the Orient”. My hubby , being a self proclaimed foodie, and world traveler, sought out this destination […]

21 Jan 18
Keeping up with Kinz

Penang, Malaysia is a well known “foodie’ capital. Worldwide chefs travel from near and far to devour the eclectic ethnic mix of food that this city is known for. They refer to Penang as the ” Pearl of the Orient”. My hubby , being a self proclaimed foodie, and world traveler, sought out this destination […]