A Manitoba antique store owner who found a letter written by a First World War soldier to the sister of a man who saved his life on a battlefield has contacted some of the relatives. In the letter written in 1917, a soldier named Earl Sorel tells his friend’s sister about her brother’s death at […]
Here’s an ultra-compressed offering on the distinctions in the triad of Proudhon-Marx-Sorel, inspired by my recent reading of William Clare Robert’s Marx’s Inferno (which offers one of the best—if not only, insofar as I’ve seen—serious treatments of the Proudhon-Marx conflict) and a series of feverish, subterranean conversations: Proudhon: political economy is value-neutral and akin to the natural […]
Six league teams played quarterfinal games in the girls Section II basketball tournament Wednesday night with action in the B and C classifications. At the end of the night four Wasaren schools posted victories, advancing to the semifinal round. Class B Tamarac 52 Hudson 47 Leading Scorers: Bengals – Emily Erickson 13 […]
WINNIPEG — A Manitoba antique store owner who found a letter written by a First World War soldier to the sister of a man who saved his life on a battlefield has contacted some of the relatives.
I visited Breckenridge, Colorado for the first time this year, and I have to say, what a fun place this is! Not only I had a great time snowboarding but I really enjoyed walking the streets in this super comfy look. Do you recognize the leggings!? Yep… my favorite SPANX leggings have been on repeat […]
A letter from a Canadian soldier in the First World War has finally found its way home, a century later.
Danault missed Tuesday’s 3-2 win over Columbus and was on baby watch, which ended Wednesday when his wife gave birth to their first child.
A Steinbach, Man., business owner has successfully located the families of two soldiers connected to a 102-year-old letter found in a pile of papers. Last week, Amanda Kehler, of Prairie Pickers Cafe, stumbled across the letter in a box of old papers she’d bought for a dollar. She got the box from a local man who buys […]
Happy Wednesday everyone! I hope everyone had a good long weekend! I had an extra long weekend as I took a couple of more days off for my ‘birthday weekend’. We didn’t do any big celebrations or a grand trip, just playing tourist in our hometown and a nice dinner. Using my Tourism Challenge Privilege […]
MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Horse Riding Apparel Market Growth 2019-2024” new report to its research database. The report spread across 163 pages with multiple tables and figures in it. This comprehensive Horse Riding Apparel Market research report includes a brief on these trends that can help the businesses operating in the industry to understand the market […]
It’s been awhile since I did a what I wore post. Come on in and see what I’ve been wearing. It’s really cold where I live so it’s winter clothes!
Sunday: Warm in Down. Wearing my new down jacket with fur trim from Happy Goat Lucky. This is the Maxine style jacket. Red down jacket by Happy Goat Lucky Monday: Scene from Frozen. It was very cold morning and we started getting some snow on the way to work. I’m wearing a black turtleneck sweater dress […]
Conquering space, building extra-terrestrial colonies, space travels, are current trendy topic with the SpaceX projects or the first images of the hidden face of the Moon. But still, it does read like science fiction for most of us. But not everybody: teams of scientists and engineers are actively and attentively considering all the factors necessary […]
The future of the US, or the future “post-US” or the “future of the Western world” or “the future of the global order, will be rule by the techno-oligarch/new clerisy alliance, where neoliberals constitute “conservatism” and progressives/SJWs constitute “liberalism.” Everyone, including the historic WASP culture, will be a minority. We will have a highly stratified […]