Top Ten Tuesdays

19 Jul 19
Sport Archives

From "A" like American football over "F" like football to "Z" like decathlon: the world of sport is diverse. Every day, somewhere on the globe, more or less significant events take place which, due to the dominance of fewer sports, are quickly drowned out and receive no real attention. July 19: Schwimmer Wunram brings silver […]

19 Jul 19
Haus of Jewelry adores

Address : Chateau D Apigne, 35650 Le Rheu, France Website : www.chateau-apigne.fr   WELCOME TO THE HOTEL LE CHÂTEAU DAPIGNÉ The Château d’Apigné Hotel Gastronomic Restaurant, stands in the outskirts of Rennes, the capital of Brittany. The spirit of the castle is expressed through our wish to share, our smile and the enthusiasm. This is why excellency […]

19 Jul 19
DevOps.com

Our podcast guest believes the world changed “on a Tuesday” six months ago when the enterprise move to the cloud became imperative, not just an aspirational goal. That eureka moment was enough to pull Steve Mullaney off the sidelines and back into the game as CEO of Aviatrix after successful executive gigs at Palo Alto […]

19 Jul 19
Harlequin Junkie | Blogging about Books | Addicted to HEA :)

Today it is my pleasure to Welcome author Candace Havens to HJ! Hi Candace and welcome to HJ! We’re so excited to chat with you about your new release, Bet Me to Stay!   Hi everybody! Thanks so much for letting me hangout.   Please summarize the book for the readers here: Cassie is on […]

19 Jul 19
Talk About Pop Music

Shakespears Sister – “Singles Party” by Christopher Smith Having reunited and toured so successfully throughout 2017/18 with her former group Bananarama, Siobhan Fahey made a pact and offered the hand of friendship to her other musical odyssey, Shakespears Sister. Thirty years on from the release of their debut album “Sacred Heart” and their top ten […]

19 Jul 19
Paol Soren

On the afternoon of Tuesday 1st of October 1957 an old man staggered out of his hut in the middle of the bush, fell into the fire that he kept burning and died from his burns. I doubt if he felt much pain; he was drunk. Apart from that, nothing of much importance happened that […]

19 Jul 19
End Times Prophecy Report

End Times Prophecy Report HEADLINES FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY July 19-21, 2019 And OPINION “And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you.” —Matthew 24:4 ===INTERNATIONAL IRAN: What If America Lost a Carrier in a War with Iran? IRAN:  Iran Blasts ‘Bully’ Trump, Says America’s Actions Are ‘Terrorism’ PAKISTAN: Pakistan arrests US-wanted terror suspect in […]

19 Jul 19
JABBA THE AGNIVORE

Neo-Gers beat Marseille 4-0 in a friendly and suddenly they’re coming down that road again; you know, the road that’s been patiently waiting the patter of their size 10s for seven years now. The thing about friendlies is that they mean nothing. Most teams treat it like a kickabout down the park and couldn’t care […]

19 Jul 19
Visions and Revisions

Nobody had been paying attention to the juke box before Stephen Carbuncle and his gang crashed into my bar. It was half past eleven and most of the regulars had petered out. When Stephen kicked open the door, the noise rang out like a pistol shot and the jolt of the door knocked the dart […]

19 Jul 19
shermandigest

Trump goes still lower, especially targeting Rep. Omar, saying that she approves of Al-Qaeda, hates America, etc. [False, of course]. We’ve been in dangerous territory; this just took us still further down that road. The president brushed off the [impeachment] vote as a victory, and hours later, at a rally in Greenville, N.C., he showed […]

19 Jul 19
Short stories, by HR Huber-Rodriguez

“It’s really good.  Here, have a glass.”  And so she did.  That’s all it took.  One glass.  Red wine pairs with red meat.  Then a second.  What good is it to have just one?  Everyone who drinks wine has two glasses.  There is nothing wrong with two glasses.  Two glasses are enough to stop feeling […]

19 Jul 19
The Campaign Log

I actually started writing this list about two weeks ago thinking it would be a quick and easy top ten list to ease me back into writing more regularly, but it turns out I have a lot to say about games I am excited for.  5500+ words worth of excited, apparently.  Hopefully you learn about […]

18 Jul 19
Harmonica Riff Raff

July 19, 2019 Hi Raffers, A quick look at an Australian harmonica box owned by Canadian harmonica collector, Doug Dawson, a couple of record reviews and a link to an article written by Mark Weber about a new addition to my harp collection, which is rewriting Chromatic history, Hohner’s very first Chromatic, the Up-To-Date model […]

18 Jul 19
Epic Center Sports Report

  WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. – T-shirts were on the line last Tuesday. The Tuesday Co-ed Soccer session came to an end with Jive Beat beating Wild Oak Beard Co. in the Tuesday Co-ed Soccer Championship, 5-3. Both teams split their session series, highlighted by the championship review the week before the playoffs which saw Wild Oak […]

18 Jul 19
Flash in the Pan

They say, “Do something you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” That, my friends, is a lie. I don’t know who “they” are, but they’re full of shit. I think the idea that if you find the right career or path you won’t ever feel tired, bored, or unsatisfied is frankly […]

18 Jul 19
Estes Park Trail-Gazette
“Our Wonderful World” continues its 13th season of armchair travel-adventures this Tuesday, July 23 with a presentation by award-winning photographer Dawn Wilson on her travels photographing the wildlife of Alaska. The free program takes place at 7 p.m. at this year’s location: the lower level of the Estes Valley Community Center at 660 Community Drive. The series is co-sponsored by the Community Center and the Estes Valley Library. Every year, Dawn travels to Alaska to photograph the untamed beauty of the “Last Frontier”. She has visited all four corners of the state, from Haines and Hyder in the southeast corner to Dutch Harbor in the Aleutian Islands to Kaktovik along the Beaufort Sea. She has also traveled in her RV for a full summer throughout Alaska. Her presentation will showcase photos of the amazing wildlife living in this remote state, the stories behind the photos, and some tips for planning your own visit to Alaska. Dawn Wilson is an award-winning professional nature photographer specializing in photographing the wildlife of the high latitudes and high altitudes of the Rocky Mountains and Alaska. An Estes Park resident, Dawn has used her writing and photography skills, as well as her passion for the outdoors, to communicate her wildlife stories to help raise awareness about the lives, challenges, and beauty of wild animals. Recognized as one of the top-ten female nature photographers to watch by “Wild Planet Photo Magazine”, her work has been featured in such publications as “Wyoming Wildlife”, “Outdoor Photographer”, “MotorHome” magazine, “Colorado Outdoors”, and “Nature’s Best Photography”. Attendees are encouraged to register in advance at estesvalleylibrary.org. This summer’s Our Wonderful World series will conclude on July 30 at 7 p.m. with a presentation by Mary Anne Franke titled “Colombia is Open for Tourism”.