Question Time

17 Jan 19
Cedricj's Blog

We have had a particularly heavy snowfall this winter and I have very little experience driving in snow. Need I say more about my frequent experiences of spinning the wheels my car and having to be towed out of my predicament?  How many times have you been stuck in a certain mode of thought? Have […]

17 Jan 19
The Blogging of Mcknight 627

Don’t Fall Victim To Video Game Addiction, Check Out These Helpful Suggestions If you play video games, you know how exciting the complete gaming experience is. However, whether you certainly are a novice at video gaming or a professional, learning more about video gaming can really benefit all of your gaming experience. The following piece […]

17 Jan 19
The Mighty Willow

My 5 year old daughter throws fits. She kicks, she screams, she runs. When she misses her nap, it’s worse. When playing with other children, my daughter sometimes hits. Most of the time it’s out of anger. Sometimes, it’s just for fun. At times, my daughter makes it her mission to do the opposite of […]

17 Jan 19
Isabelle Hudson

At the start I was given a brief introduction to the unit, at this time I took notes and asked myself some questions linked to the unit. What would I like to produce? What would I like to be doing next year? Refer back to Unit 9 if I need to. Do lots of research. […]

17 Jan 19
ypenev

I’m shocked at how easily I fall in and out of dreaming of being with Raquel. I am writing this message 36 h later because I wanted to keep basking on the subtle bliss of my Tuesday evening instead of moderating it by rationalization in writing. We went to the movies today, but it was […]

17 Jan 19
The Labrat Chronicles

Inbreeding, Invading & Pacemaking; The Labrat’s Digest is a periodic recap of some of the coolest (and weirdest) science news from around the world.

17 Jan 19
andreanch

In the past, women were considered as fragile creatures.People thought that women cannot possibly perform the same job requirements as men. Men have always been the one to earn money while women on the other hand would be staying at home, doing household chores and taking care of the family. However as time passes, this […]

17 Jan 19
SMLC Family Parish News (electronic version)

There is much power in recalling and retelling our stories of faith. To share how it is that  we have experienced God acting in our lives to bless us—and to bless others through us—is a life-changing truth that shines a light in the darkness. It nourishes our faith by returning us to our roots in […]

17 Jan 19
NC Airways

CleanTechnica January 17th, 2019 by Steve Hanley Andrew Wheeler, former coal industry lobbyist, will soon be the official head of the EPA, the agency charged with, well, doing what its name says — protecting the environment. But in the Alice in Wonderland world of the Trump maladminmistration, where down is up and Trump storms around […]

17 Jan 19
Lady in the Man Cave

Not the first time we’ve seen Adrien Broner go off on something or someone but when Al Bernstein was ready to ask Broner questions in regards to the Manny Pacquiao this weekend, Broner let him have it. Why? According to what Broner said, Showtime’s Bernstein talks trash about Broner on social media. It was a […]

17 Jan 19
Foundation Fitness

First off, I can’t personally vouch for training after 40 because I am not yet to that point in my life. I’m only 33:) But what I can say is that I have worked with several males over the age of 40 and have found some good success with it. The first question to ask […]

17 Jan 19
The Lollipop Gazette

Keep Your Germs to Yourself! Please please please! Do not go out with a sore throat, a cough, or fever–you will be doing yourself and others a favor. Seriously, if you feel miserable, why go and spread that to the surrounding world? I will talk more about how germs scientifically spread in another letter, but […]

17 Jan 19
Order and Entropy

I really am ambivalent about many things in the new block editor, but the commentary for III:28 kind of takes the cake. For anyone who got confusing results (cause I’m not sure what it might have looked like, it looked fine on my end till I went back to review it) WP really put it […]

17 Jan 19
Sean O'Mahoney's ENGL 1101 Blog

“Birding didnt kill the owl and neither did we. But suddenly my supposed love of birds felt miserably selfish” (53) Why does she think this? Even though she had no idea that the owl was in the state that it was, she still felt sad that she didn’t do anything to help. She probably also thinks that the amount of birdwatchers present either distracted the owl, or made its food harder to catch due to noise. A few sentences later, she ends her essay by writing “I thought about it. I knew that I would keep worrying and wondering. I would keep spending time with birds.” […]

17 Jan 19
Niles & C.C

All credit goes to others, Sony Pictures, Tri-Star Television, High School Sweethearts, Sternin and Fraser’s Ink, Inc. and CBS Television.   This is the first in my series of the Nanny in California.  Most of my stories are focused on Niles and CC with the others occasionally thrown in.  My stories won’t have a numerical order […]