Relic

19 Jul 19
GeekDad

We were only able to get to Connecticon on Sunday, so time was short—we’d have to make every minute count.

19 Jul 19
Taking Up Room

And here’s Miss Joan… After World War Two, it really got to be a thing for studio actors to turn free-agent, and it became way more common for actors to both produce and star in their own films. One of these was 1948’s Hollow Triumph, which is also known as The Scar, and as The Man Who Murdered Himself. Produced by […]

19 Jul 19
Through the Darkness

How a soon-to-be-pastor wrestles with his own sexuality and spirituality.

19 Jul 19
Florida Politics - Campaigns & Elections. Lobbying & Government.

He supports statue leaving U.S. Capitol, says history museum an appropriate locale.

19 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

Long-distance travel is no longer fashionable? Does not matter, it's nice at home too. The summer feeling on the home terrace is authentic, but only with these accessories. The white monoblock chair If you had to agree on a single symbol for life in the open air, then this chair. He actually always acts like […]

19 Jul 19
Archy news nety

Long-distance travel is no longer fashionable? Does not matter, it's nice at home too. The summer feeling on the home terrace is authentic, but only with these accessories. The white monoblock chair If you had to agree on a single symbol for life in the open air, then this chair. He actually always acts like […]

19 Jul 19
The Catholic Eye

Here’s the saint’s calendar for July 19, 2019, and some versions, each focusing on individual saints, all wonderful; for they are the Church Triumphant. What a blessing it is to read these stories each morning Remember, the Saints are the good and holy bones of the Church. The Catholic Church has many saints and reading […]

19 Jul 19
Ninenovel

Wang Fatzi checked the bronze tree without any documents and records to record what it was used for, but Qi Lao said that Shan Haijing and many ethnic minority narrative poems kicked it down related to the earth dragons of ancient times. Wu Xie remembered that they met The two giant pythons, one eye is […]

19 Jul 19
Slackerz Guide

We arrived in Bangkok in the middle of the night and began parsing how exactly to get to our hostel. Bangkok is rife with scams, or so the internet would have you believe, so despite our fatigue we were wary of taking a taxi from the airport. We determined to take a train into town, […]

19 Jul 19
Archaeogaming

This special guest post by Franki Webb explores the archaeogaming of Dragon Age Inquisition and Dragon Age Origins. The archaeology in and of Dragon Age by Bioware.

19 Jul 19
Gaming Site

Roguelikes are a tricky genre to pin down, seeing as the name itself began popping up everywhere at once without much structural rigour once a certain type of game started to in win players over. Conspicuous features include turn-based gameplay, usually with exploration or combat, and limited-to-no persistent progress carried across different play sessions. Not […]

19 Jul 19
Health Plan

Roguelikes are a tricky genre to pin down, seeing as the name itself began popping up everywhere at once without much structural rigour once a certain type of game started to in win players over. Conspicuous features include turn-based gameplay, usually with exploration or combat, and limited-to-no persistent progress carried across different play sessions. Not […]

19 Jul 19
Soli Deo Gloria

Wow. All I can say is wow. What a day it was as we began the morning pleading with the Lord to lead us directly to at least one person ready to hear from us. For 20 minutes we prayed truly leaning in to have God sovereignly send us to people ready for the truth […]

19 Jul 19

A relic of Sir John Franklin’s tragic expedition 1845-48. These spectacles with tinted lenses were found in an abandoned boat at Erebus Bay in May 1859 by the McClintock Search Expedition[1050×411]

19 Jul 19
Running After My Hat

[Image: “Prison for a Day”; found it on Flickr (used here under a Creative Commons license; thank you!), posted by user “amberandclint.” This is a portion of the interior of an airport (Bangkok International? not sure; the caption’s wording is ambiguous), where the photographer once spent eleven hours while waiting for his wife’s flight to […]