It felt important to research the current offerings available to consumers for this project. Taking some learnings from Brand Communication and Service & Experience, it would also be good to notice macro trends and think about how my news offering could leverage a gap in the market. The Players There are quite a few different […]
My Great Grandma gave me a cedar chest when I turned 16, this was given to her by her Great Grandmother when she turned 16. My father was going to refurbish it for me but life happens and it just never got done. I brought it home and another carpenter friend took it to redo […]
William Blake https://g.co/kgs/Jxej8g http://www.londontown.com/LondonStreets/poland_street_e6e.html/ The Pickering Manuscript Read in another language Stop watching Edit The Pickering Manuscript (c. 1801–3) by William Blake The Smile→ ￼sister projects: Wikidata item. Chapters(not individually listed) The Smile The Golden Net The Mental Traveller The Land of Dreams Mary The Crystal Cabinet The Grey Monk Auguries of Innocence Long John […]
This German fairy tale comes from Ruth Manning-Sanders’ collection A Book of Witches and introduces us to the titular Hans, who makes himself as useless around the house as it is possible to be while his mother does all the work of keeping the pair of them alive. One day she hits her limit and […]
As travelers, we have a choice on how we spend our money and we can make a difference by supporting organizations that help protect the environment and its wildlife. Check out these earth-friendly sustainable tours and organizations for your next trip and protect the planet.
I spent my first ten years of life in Buryatia. It is a region in Russia between Lake Baikal and Mongolia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buryatia My father was an electrical engineer/programmer in the Soviet Air Force. For some reason, he was kept in the same remote place for the first 13 years of his service. […]
[bc_video video_id=”5314817763001″ account_id=”958536773″ player_id=”ryMMb4zZx”] As we’re stocking up on the best spring-cleaning supplies and drafting our plans of attack, there are a few oft-forgotten places we’ll want to make sure we add to our spring cleaning to-do lists. While it’s easy to forget to clean the air vents, you’ll be glad you did when you […]
If you rescue a pets, please rescue me also. If you purchase one, the profit goes to my and my sisters studies. Can you please purchase one mugs? your one purchase is not become my day, it’s become my life.
This is my 56 VW…everyone’s first car. Me too. This was my project car I rebuilt as a 15 year old engineer sons restoration. It didn’t look too different when I was driving it around Fishkill, NY where I grew up. I seem to remember adding a rag top and bumpers. The funny thing here […]
Here is a link to the Mueller Report.
Now that the Mueller Report has been released in redacted form, we now know that Attorney General William P. Barr lied to the American people, both in his previous “letters’ and in his unprecedented press conference held this morning about there being “no evidence” of obstruction of justice by Trump – as well as a number of other significant issues.
Barr has lied about so many things involving the investigation into the Russian sabotaging the US Presidential election of 2016 that the American people have to completely ignore anything he has said or written about the Mueller Report.
I watched 6 and a half hours this morning of Barr’s presser and the subsequent commentary about the Mueller Report – and the ball is clearly now in Congress’ court – which is where Mueller intended his report to be.
Barr has completely shown he is Trump’s defense lawyer, not the Attorney General of these United States. He has sullied not only his own reputation but that of the Justice Department.
There are so many problems with Barr’s written and oral “summaries” of Mueller’s report that we cannot list them here. Go read the report for yourself, dear reader, and you be the judge.
They’ve lost their homes they’ve lost their tasks not all most communities number the homeless at around one percent of their population homelessness affects guys females and kids and is often dismissed as somebody else’s problem st. Joseph’s is no exception some are battling mental illness some have been struck by a slow economy or […]
This week is officially labeled “Holy Week”, so obviously I have been doing some reflecting on the significance of what that means. Honestly, it is something I never quite appreciated in my past life, and I am repentive for that oversight because as someone who is a believer that is a huge miss! Being raised […]
Thoughts from a hipster coffee shop… by Alyssa Ahlgren My generation is becoming the largest voting bloc in the country. We have an opportunity to continueto propel us forward with the gifts capitalism and democracy has given us. The other option is that we can fall into the trap of entitlement and relapse into restrictive socialist destitution. The […]
In the summer of 1978, my family was living in City View trailer park, a place of infamy I’ve previously written about. Many residents were notorious about not maintaining their lawns. I’d go so far as to say that the word ‘lawn’ would almost be the last word a rational person would use […]
By Norma Damashek / NumbersRunner / April 15, 2019
Let’s start with an urban tale about dreams and possibilities. Not long ago in a city far, far away, an international gathering took place and it called itself the Fearless Cities Summit.
And this summit brought together 700 mayors and councilmembers and active citizen groups from far-flung cities and towns around the world. And their plan was to collaborate on creating global networks of solidarity in the cause of human rights, democracy, and the common good. Overblown hype?
As it turns out, the “fearless cities” concept is completely down to earth. It entails people merging their efforts to modify local government institutions and create practical programs that address the specific needs of their particular communities. Their efforts are unified by a simple overarching goal–to improve the lives of city residents. Who could find fault with that?