Polar

24 Apr 19
FightJackFight

Thanks! First and foremost, I want to thank everyone who donated to our campaign in 2018. We raised over $10,000 for fourth consecutive year! The cycling conditions were super cold and windy for those that rode, but all the more reason I’m thankful for everyone who came out to support. Be on the lookout this […]

24 Apr 19
Bellevue Project

Introduction When thinking of ethics for ourselves throughout our lives, we tend to have two different kind. Ethics derives from the Greek word ethos— meaning “character”— and is also known as moral philosophy, which is a branch of philosophy that involves “systematizing, defending and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct.”(Weiss, 2014) The first being […]

24 Apr 19
Miniature Horse Post

Jasper has been wearing a bit for almost a year now. I first started him in the bit just wearing it around the barn and in his stall for a while so he could settle with it. I decided to start him in a french link, because I thought this would be a good starting […]

24 Apr 19
A Lovely Affair Co.

Partnership between Wings and Hoagies and Stogies: “The LBO” Hello and welcome everyone, I’m Bernadette Manalo one of the Chief Executives at Wings and I welcome you all to this momentous occasion. We thank you all for taking the time out of your busy schedules to come and join us here in Grant Park on […]

24 Apr 19
GeekandGear.com

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A cannibalistic caterer prepares a grand feast for the Egyptian goddess who has him under her control. No pork pies or scotch eggs for goddess Ishtar though – only the finest young women will do, chopped up to bits and dressed up as party food. Tasty. REVIEW: “I’ve always compared Blood […]

24 Apr 19
Ryan's Portfolio

Taking the Plunge February 15, 2019 by Ryan Herbert Dozens of Torontonians braved the cold weather this past Saturday for the third annual Toronto Polar Bear Plunge. Despite frigid temperatures of -7, feeling like -13 with the windchill, many took the bold step into the cold embrace of Lake Ontario. The plunge, that was scheduled for […]

24 Apr 19
News Bakerrs

A Mississippi shipyard won a $746 million contract Tuesday to design and build the first of what could be three heavy polar icebreakers for the U.S. Coast Guard. This breaking news has been sourced from Fox News. Follow Bakerrs on Twitter We are Brrr..eaking News Across The World. Fox News (officially known as the Fox […]

24 Apr 19
PROJECT Q

Image via GCN Part I of III Gabriella Skoff The game-changing role that quantum computing is set to play in machine learning is a topic of conversation shrouded in much hype. Theoretically, quantum computing could increase algorithmic capacity to crunch large datasets, enhancing the performance of deep learning and accelerating the progress of artificial intelligence […]

23 Apr 19
Oh, He Watches Television!

Season 1, Episode 11 Date of airing: December 8, 2004 (ABC) Nielsen ratings information: 18.88 million viewers, 7.0/19 with Adults 18-49, 11.4/18 in Households Conspiracy theory alert: The producers must not have liked Emile de Ravin very much. She had barely anything to do throughout eleven episodes so far. She went unconscious, because she was […]

23 Apr 19
JOSHUA HOLKO - www.PHOTOGRAPHY EXPEDITION.com

In March of 2019 I lead two back-to-back small group expeditions via snowmobile in Svalbard in search of winter landscapes, Arctic Fox, Reindeer and the mighty Polar Bear. I have been exploring Svalbard by snowmobile in winter for quite a few years now and have to come to absolutely love both the intimacy and solitude […]

23 Apr 19
Red's Wrap

Every now and then, on no particular schedule, when I think I should or when I feel the need for total immersion in a task that is immediate and elemental, I do meal prep. Meal prep is what Street Angels calls preparing and packaging hot meals for the homeless people on our outreach route. So […]

23 Apr 19
Bon Mom: Simple Mom Hacks for a Complex World

Hi there, and welcome to the world of Bon Mom (my favorite little corner of the internet, if I do say so myself 😉 ) I am so grateful that out of the seemingly endless options of choices you have online, you have chosen to spend a little time with me. During our time together, […]

23 Apr 19
The Art & Craft of Writing Creatively

Mindy Pollack-Fusi offers an in-depth look into the thoughts, processes, and learning curves involved in crafting her novel, The Narcissist’s Daughter.

23 Apr 19
MoviesMatrix

Biopics. When making one, it’s always a good idea to consult the family for permission. Even Frodo knows that.

23 Apr 19
Chuck Hill's CG Blog

US Naval Institute News Service reports that the first Polar Security Cutter (Heavy Icebreaker) contract has been awarded to VT Halter, and it is notably cheaper than initial estimates. Cost is actually not a lot more than for a National Security Cutter. The contract includes options for two additional ships, if all options are exercised […]