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23 Mar 19
Post-love: a research diary

A recurring idea I have been grappling with over the last couple months is the concept of ‘coming home’. Since I graduated with a bachelor’s degree last summer, I have ‘come home’ to study for an LLM. Obviously, I am physically coming home to the city where I grew up, and specifically to my parents’ […]

23 Mar 19
Jake Scheideler

I’ve been excited about alternative investments since my early days as an aspiring real estate investor and peer-to-peer loan shark. If you’re bored/scared/disillusioned with the “traditional” stock market and mutual fund asset classes, or if you just are curious what else is out there, this post is for you. The cool thing is we’re living […]

23 Mar 19

This Will Become Ordinary

Nothing in the nature around us is evil. This needs to be repeated since one of the human ways of talking oneself into inhuman acts is to cite the supposed cruelty of nature. The just-hatched cuckoo, still blind and featherless, has a special hollow like a dimple on its back, so that it can hump […]

23 Mar 19
The brilliant blog 0520

4 Reasons To Let A Professional Manage Bug Control There are numerous jobs, such as basic repairs, that can be handled by yourself without working with a professional. When it concerns handling an invasion, nevertheless, calling a skilled technician is certainly in your best interest. Correctly getting rid of a bug situation requires the right […]

23 Mar 19
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Rhetoric, Spring 2019

The techtaire is a magical bird that used to be the main method of communication between witches and wizards in Northern Europe. The name of these magical creatures stems from the old Gaelic word for messenger. Techtaires have been around since ancient times. Today, wild populations are found living in and near ocean cliffs all […]

23 Mar 19
The Book Window

I thought I’d talk about some of the books I want to read, but am too intimidated by. Most of them are enormous in size, though in some cases it is the writing style that intimidates me. Here are some of them. Sacred Games by Vikram Chandra This Indian book has also been made into […]

23 Mar 19
Red Sea

If I tell you I recited the Hail Mary prayer before I started schooling, your jaw will drop. Then if I tell you I prayed in Hakka dialect, you have to bend down and pick up your jaw. I am not making this up. I can still remember the first two lines: Hail Mary full […]

23 Mar 19
Catherine Gallaway

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23 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

Legend The Wildlife Protection Association said that this net in Guildford had been set up to prevent birds from nesting so that the trees could eventually be removed It's finally spring, the time of year when the flowers bloom, the sun stretches longer and the birds nest. However, nesting is not easy in many parts […]

23 Mar 19
Christine Renewed

I remember singing Judy Collins “Since You’ve Asked” to my then boyfriend, later to be my husband. I’d had some dates in high school, some puppy crushes, even one great guy I loved, but I never belonged to any of them. My heart, my body was not their’s. It wasn’t until I met my future […]