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11 Dec 18
The Jam Report

There are times when a film critic is asked to review some strange pieces of cinema, but none are perhaps stranger this year than Once Upon a Deadpool, a rather bizarre holiday re-release of Deadpool 2 bereft of the swearing, sexual content, blood, and gore that’s become this anti-Marvel franchise’s calling card. “Why?” you may […]

11 Dec 18
The Washington Informer

The directors, producers, tech crew and actors have accomplished the impossible. They’ve upped the animation game for everyone.

11 Dec 18
CommonSenseTom

  The Fake Prez has come up with a new way to combat climate change woes. Sop up excess H2O with a YUGE sponge which can be wrung out over all the wildfires!   Aw shucks… I wound up feeling so guilty for getting you to read that above lame bumper sticker about a lame […]

11 Dec 18
domaine prince douglas lee thompson

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominant_narrative Dominant narrative From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Dominant Narrative) Jump to navigation Jump to search Dominant narrative can be used to describe the lens in which history is told by the perspective of the dominant culture. This term has been described as an “invisible hand” that guides reality and perceived reality.[1] Dominant […]

11 Dec 18
UltraSports.TV

AL: I’ve heard fighters express they don’t even get paid on an hourly basis, but the thing that had been happening at Shamrock FC 313 at Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday was somewhat ridiculous. You can find just three sub-30 second KOs on the card and also we ’will break down them from shortest to […]

11 Dec 18
Connor Renwick

It’s funny where life can take you. Before opening his store Commonplace in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and establishing his in-house brand of home goods This That, Zach Peterson was a compliance analyst at a law firm who had minimal retail experience. In 2016, he took his online only shop that launched only two years prior and […]

11 Dec 18
The Tin Whistle

There’s nothing quite like being born into an old money family, like Allen Dulles was. His grandfather was Secretary of State under President Harrison, while his uncle served that post for President Wilson. Dulles was cousin to David Rockefeller (by marriage), educated at Princeton and always a bit sensitive about his club foot. I think […]

10 Dec 18
Always a Work In Progress

    Gang Violence in Kingston Gang violence is a recurring problem that has plagued various communities. Everyday, countless youth are motivated to be initiated into gangs. A place that gang violence is predominantly active is in Kingston, Jamaica. Here, gang related activity has significantly increased and its impact on the community has labeled Kingston […]

10 Dec 18
Delaram Art & Design

Have you ever walked across solid oak floors, or sat behind a mahogany desk and felt an unexpected sense of motivation and wellbeing?

You are not alone. The recent Workplaces: Wellness+Wood=Productivity report has proven that weaving wood into your office design and workplace can be a major driver of wellbeing, job satisfaction and productivity.

The full report builds on the biophilia hypothesis that was first popularised by biologist and author Edward Wilson — a notion that explains, “Humans have an innate tendency to seek connections with nature and other forms of life.”

10 Dec 18
audioexchange

ALBUMS OF THE YEAR 2018 I’m putting up an albums of the year list here, but, honestly, this has been the worst year for popular music that I can remember. Villagers ‎– The Art Of Pretending To Swim Bodega – Endless Scroll Decemberists – I’ll Be Your Girl Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel + […]

10 Dec 18
The Orthosphere

History, and increasingly the mere daily record of events, are together apocalyptic.  They lay bare human nature for what it is primordially before the agonizing laboratory of the millennia creates the Christian society that its beneficiaries, swiftly taking it for granted, petulantly reject that they might go “forward” into a liberated horizon beyond the one […]

10 Dec 18
#AmReading

Blurb NOBODY’S LOST (Rescue Me Saga #5) can be read as a standalone novel and new entry point into the Rescue Me Saga. Ryder Wilson returned from serving multiple deployments, but can’t leave the hell of combat behind him. Frustrated and ashamed of his inability to function in the world, unlike the veterans he had […]

10 Dec 18
BYT // Brightest Young Things

25,000 square feet of fun