Southern Living

24 Jan 19
live-your-brand

I’m a relatively transparent person- I enjoy honesty so much, but there are a couple things that I find to be difficult to say truthfully. One being that direct sunlight is a trigger for anxiety (This is a whole other post). Another being that I’m afraid that no one will ever really want me- at […]

24 Jan 19
The Blog of Bildo

The debacle that has the whole country talking.

24 Jan 19
Special Type of Insurance for owning multiple cars?

Special Type of Insurance for owning multiple cars? Im a huge car guy and planning on buy some cars that I want. But what gets me is the cost to insure them. Lets say I own like 6 cars and 5 of them I only drive in the summer, to keep them in good condition. […]

24 Jan 19
varanasitrip

Being called the spiritual and cultural capital of India, Varanasi is called the “City of God.” Earlier it was known as Kashi which means to shine. It is believed when the universe was built, the first ray of light fell on the river Ganga that lightened and brightened up the whole city and Hindus consider […]

24 Jan 19
Daryl's Fundamentals of Journalism Blog (BCM 1015)

Activity 1: Dissecting the inverted pyramid Indonesian tsunami: Death toll rises to 222, hundreds more injured Question: Answer: Teacher’s Remarks: News Value Timeliness, Consequence and Impact and human interest 5Ws and 1H, which is the most important In the first sentenceWho: Indonesian citizens living in Pandeglang, Serang, South Lampung and Tanggamus regencies. What: A tsunami struck […]

24 Jan 19

  Longevity Lessons from The Blue and ‘unBlue’ Zones In 2005, National Geographic writer Dan Buettner described certain areas of the world where people lived longer, healthier lives as “Blue Zones.” This includes: Okinawa, Japan Sardinia, Italy Loma Linda, California Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica Ikaria, Greece. People living in these Blue Zone locations reach their 90s and […]

24 Jan 19
HiStoryThruTheAges

Today I’m happy to welcome author B. J. Thompson as she shares insights into her writing. All stories have climaxes and endings where a character in a literary work evolves or devolves. But I’ve always asked myself, what if the pinnacle of realization as a living human being comes not at the apex of one’s […]

24 Jan 19
JONATHAN TURLEY

President Donald Trump’s former lawyer fixer, Michael Cohen, has declined to appear at this scheduled hearing on February 7th, citing “ongoing threats” against his family by President Donald Trump and his current counsel Rudy Giuliani. I have previously criticized Trump for his highly inappropriate references to Cohen’s father-in-law and the warning Cohen that his family […]

24 Jan 19
Wandering & Wavering Mind

My son has an amazing habit of asking for the information about the places on world globe. He often asks me about the places like Bolivia, Peru, and Columbia to Denmark, Holland or Ethiopia. He also asks about cities like Copenhagen, Helsinki, and Oslo to Moscow. He has especial interest in places in Asia especially […]

24 Jan 19

Small fortunes: How good migration policies will benefit landscapes http://bit.ly/2CHvlRg Bonn – In an effort to pay off debt, Sita Paryar’s husband borrowed money to move to Qatar for a job. However, after he relocated from rural Nepal, his employer did not give him any work or pay him for several months. Sita remained at […]

24 Jan 19
OZeBuys

You get tough. You get tender. You get close to each other. Maybe you even get close to the truth. A landmark movie in the film noir tradition, Roman Polanski’s Chinatown stands as a true screen classic. Jack Nicholson is private eye Jake Gittes, living off the murky moral climate of sunbaked, pre-war Southern California. […]

24 Jan 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Education is a fundamental human right, a public good that should be enjoyed by everyone, everywhere, and a public responsibility, according to the United Nations. While more than 260 million children and youth across the world don’t attend school, opportunities to attend school are generally increasing, so students are picking up books in remote classrooms, in […]

07 Nov 18
Robot Philosopher

At first glance, the image above might not look like much. The top is racial diversity and the bottom is how the country voted in the 2016 election. The darker the area, the more the trait is pronounced blue or red alike. I kept having to ask myself if I was seeing things that I […]

07 Nov 18
Robot Philosopher

At first glance, the image above might not look like much. The top is racial diversity and the bottom is how the country voted in the 2016 election. The darker the area, the more the trait is pronounced blue or red alike. I kept having to ask myself if I was seeing things that I […]

24 Jan 19
Philanthropists and Philanthropy

The death of Dr Alan Carroll in 1911 was announced to the public in Sydney and beyond with the headline “A Great Man Gone, Doctor, Scientist, and Philanthropist”. Was he really any of these things? Under the headline he was described as ‘not only a wise physician but a philanthropist, who lived for the good […]

24 Jan 19
Minute News

People think they know everything about slavery in the United States, but they don’t. They think the majority of African slaves came to the American colonies, but they didn’t. They talk about 400 years of slavery, but it wasn’t. They claim all Southerners owned slaves, but they didn’t. Some argue it was all a long […]