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Edmund A.M. Batara Edmund A.M. Batara's blog:

Gifts for the Season

Hi. This year has been a terrible one for almost all of us. Even Christmas has been compromised but I refuse to see the spirit of the season also adversely affected by what this year of disasters had brought the world. I’ll be giving a free eBook download every weekend for the rest of the […]
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Published on December 03, 2020 05:56
Frank  Ormond Frank Ormond's blog:

Book Review: The Crafter’s Dungeon by Jonathan Brooks

(The book is available here from Amazon.)









The Crafter’s Dungeon is a litRPG dungeon building novel from Jonathan Brooks. In it, a human woman named Sandra, who was born with deformed hands, dies and is reborn as a dungeon core. She has a dungeon fairy assigned to her named Winxa. This story sounds aw

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Published on December 02, 2020 11:09
J.L. George J.L. George's blog:

Oh, you thought spooky season was over?

It never is! Not round here, anyway.





On which note, you can find my wintry horror story, “White Shapes in Snow”, in the Winter 2020 issue of New Welsh Reader, which came out earlier this week. Content warnings apply: contains drug use and a brief, non-explicit reference to rape.





I’ve also contributed

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Published on December 03, 2020 05:10
José Luis Torres Revert José Luis Torres Revert's blog:

La importancia del SEO en el e-commerce: entrevista con Sergio Vázquez

Como siempre me gusta recordar, tu tienda online será sólo un catálogo mientras no obtenga ventas. Para lograr esos ansiados pedidos es imprescindible realizar acciones de marketing digital como optimización SEO para mejorar la indexabilidad y visibilidad de tu e-commerce; campañas de publicidad pat

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Published on December 03, 2020 00:24
Kintto Lucas Kintto Lucas's blog:

La paz en Colombia, entre audios, trizas y fragmentos

Sin embargo, los enemigos del Acuerdo, nunca descansaron en su empeño de sabotearlo. “Hacer trizas la paz”, fue la consigna lanzada por su ideólogo de cabecera, hijo del Leopardo, defensor de militares corruptos y abogado de múltiples causas contra el Estado colombiano.





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estrategia adquirió gran imp

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Published on December 03, 2020 05:01
Anne Bogel Anne Bogel's blog:

Contemplating a creative challenge (plus 10 shelf-worthy cookbooks)


A few weeks ago, I shared 9 (mostly) little things I’ve been loving in the kitchen. One of those things is Ina Garten’s new cookbook, and I casually mentioned that I was thinking of cooking my way through the entire book—every single recipe.





I’ve never done this before, so I asked readers to share t

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Published on December 03, 2020 04:00
Lee W. Pletzers Lee W. Pletzers's blog:

WORKOUT MOTIVATION

This. In my training, I pretty much follow Ryan's advice. Plus, he is entertaining to watch. Check out his channel.
     On top of that, my body has undergone quite a change. My goal is not to be a bodybuilder, but to lose the weight, and get jacked.
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Published on November 13, 2020 05:08
David Sankey David Sankey's blog:

The strange Reformation in England + its archaeology

England's Reformation was a many-staged process rather than an event, and one where Protestant and Catholic sides could veer from persecution to co-operation
https://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/unwanted-reformation  -- lecture   "Most English people initially saw the Reformation as an unexp Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 02, 2020 08:59
John Beckett John Beckett's blog:

Building an Orthopraxic Religion

There is a place for belief, but that place is not at the center of a religion. As we build our contemporary Pagan religions, we need to consider what goes into an orthopraxic religion – a religion that prioritizes right action over right thinking.
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Published on December 03, 2020 01:00
Arik Eindrok Arik Eindrok's blog:

Nuestro Triste Olvido

Pienso en qué acaecerá cuando estemos muertos





En la pureza con que cobijabas mi maldita soledad





Los paseos por el desfile burbujeante de satisfacción





La forma en que tu mirada llenaba este cuarto de amor









Cuánto no hubiera dado por retenerte antes de conocerte





Quería escucharte desternillándote con tu an

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Published on December 02, 2020 11:52
Sunny Abernathy Sunny Abernathy's blog:

A Update From Sunny….

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Hello! I know everyone is super busy this time of the year, and this year, let alone the holidays are not normal. Covid has hit home and I just pray everyday this is almost behind us. I did decorate a little but my heart isn’t it much this year. I haven’t even blared as much Christmas Music of my iH

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Published on December 02, 2020 15:13
Ekiuwa Aire Ekiuwa Aire's blog:

Who was Queen Nzinga or Queen Njinga?

Backstory of Njinga 

Queen Ann Njinga Mbande, the monarch of the Mbundu people, ruler of the Matamba people, daughter of Kangela and Ngola Kilombo Kia Kasenda, was a resilient leader who fought against the Portuguese and their expanding slave trade in Central Africa in the 17th century.

Across contine

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Published on November 30, 2020 09:30
John Tschohl John Tschohl's blog:

How to Take Advantage of COVID- 19 to Increase Sales

Most firms this year have eliminated or cut back on customer service. This is a serious mistake and an opportunity for you to grab market share and sales.


Everyone is avoiding customers. Phones and are not answered or it takes 5-20 times longer than normal. The offices are closed. Vail Resorts I alwa

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Published on December 02, 2020 12:56
David Chiles David Chiles's blog:

Username Netiquette Greatness To Display Expert Skill Rule 8

Username netiquette for impressive online education. Words and nicknames that convey a positive online image for our school accounts & Social media.
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Published on December 02, 2020 10:14
Meggan Larson Meggan Larson's blog:

I Wrote a Book!

Have you ever had a dream so flippin’ big you just didn’t know how it would ever happen? I’ve wanted to be a published author for as long as I can remember. I’ve started so many different books but never finished any of them — until now...
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Published on December 02, 2020 10:53
Michael de Percy Michael de Percy's blog:

Operationalising Historical Institutionalism: Process Tracing in Comparative Politics

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Yesterday Stephen Darlington and I presented on the panel I established for the 7th Biennial ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference.

I did a shorter version of my Canberra School of Politics, Economics and Society presentation but had some interesting questions fr

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Published on December 02, 2020 17:38
Loree Bohl Loree Bohl's blog:

Wednesday Vignette, circular

I stopped to admire the very defined growth rings on this piece of wood found river-side. It had me thinking of a highly stylized single-burner electric cook top. You know, if one just happened to be sitting along side a river. What do you see?

Weather Diary, Dec 1: Hi 51, Low 31/ Precip 0 
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Published on December 02, 2020 08:30
Stephen Petteruti Stephen Petteruti's blog:

Reduction of Lead Levels in Patients Following Chelation Therapy

Dr. Petteruti’s published Medical Journal Article

Reduction of Lead Levels in Patients Following a Long-Term, Intermittent Calcium Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid (EDTA)-Based Intravenous Chelation Infusions: A Prospective Experimental Cohort

https://www.cureus.com/articles/42955...

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Published on December 03, 2020 04:27
Zack  Reed Zack Reed's blog:

A Thousand Lies

For as brash as he could be at times, often speaking without any filter whatsoever, there was a distinctly commendable quality in how my foreign friend, Reyansh Singh, carried himself, especially in public.





At the bar, before he made an unprompted – albeit innocent in its absolute ignorance of the ma

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Published on December 02, 2020 06:42
Antonio Ricardo Scozze Antonio Ricardo Scozze's blog:

The Great Adversary

 


In the lowest level of Hell, chained to the throne he so ached to possess, sits Satan, the Great Adversary, the Enemy, the Evil One. He is indeed the Beast with Many Names and has plagued mankind since the beginning of all things. 
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Published on December 02, 2020 12:09
Warrick Bishop Warrick Bishop's blog:

Join our Free Know Your Real Risk of Heart Attack Facebook Group

Join our free and highly engaged Facebook community to discuss Heart Health From Prevention to Cure and Everything in Between!

Doctor Warrick regularly interacts with the members and does monthly live Q&A sessions.
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Published on December 02, 2020 21:36
Chelsea Pennington Chelsea Pennington's blog:

How to Start a Bullet Journal, Even if You’re Not Artsy

If you’re convinced that you can’t do bullet journaling because you’re not artistic or don’t have the time for complicated spreads, I got you. My bullet journal set up is super simple, requires zero artistic talent, and is all about functionality.





Before I continue though, let me answer: what is a bu

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Published on December 02, 2020 18:33
Karin Beery Karin Beery's blog:

Author Interview: Laura Thomas


Calling all fans of romantic suspense — I have an author for you! Reader and writer of suspense, Laura Thomas tells us a little about her favorite books and what she wants to read next (it kinda surprised me!).






Welcome, and thanks for joining us today! What was your favorite picture book as a chil

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Published on December 02, 2020 21:00
Keith R. Wilson Keith R. Wilson's blog:

Why 2020 is the Year to Observe Advent

You don’t even need to be religious You may think you know all about Christmas, but you may not realize that you’re missing a whole ‘nother holiday between Thanksgiving and December twenty-fifth. No, I don’t mean Black Friday. You’re missing Advent. Continue reading →
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Published on December 03, 2020 00:59
Eileen P.  Kennedy Eileen P. Kennedy's blog:

“El arte siempre opta por lo individual, lo concreto; el arte no es platónico” – Jorge Luis Borges

Art always opts for the individual, the concrete; art is not platonic, according to Borges. So where does political poetry fit into this framework? If poetry is about the individual, how do we find community within?

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Published on December 02, 2020 07:22
M. Short M. Short's blog:

Do as I Say not as I Do

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I taught both of my Daughters how to drive a stick shift. I do view this as a major accomplishment, much like climbing Mt Everts. It was a time consuming and arduous task that I had taken. It was tenuous at times, but myself and my Daughters survived to ordeal.





Almost 40 years later I wa

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Published on December 03, 2020 06:24
Charu Nivedita Charu Nivedita's blog:

புதுமைப்பித்தன் சிறுகதைகள்: டிசம்பர் 6 காலை 6 மணி

நண்பர்கள் அனைவரையும் இந்த மாத உரைக்குத் தயாராகும்படி கேட்டுக் கொள்கிறேன். வரும் ஞாயிறு காலை ஆறு மணிக்கு வழக்கம் போல் ஸூம் சந்திப்பு இருக்கும். டிசம்பர் 6. இந்திய நேரம் காலை ஆறு மணி. புதுமைப்பித்தன் சிறுகதைகளைப் படிக்க வேண்டும் என்றால் தினமணி இணையதளத்தில் காணலாம். புதுமைப்பித்தன் என்று கூகிளில் தட்டி Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 03, 2020 02:30
Bailey  Alexander Bailey Alexander's blog:

‘A Couple of Europhiles’ was honored to interview Stefan Michael Caballo on this week’s podcast.





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We covered a lot of cultural realities and difference between Italy and Switzerland, explored constitutional articles and their modern relevance, as well as the legendary Alpini! Check us out on Apple iTunes, here’s the link:





https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-couple-of-europhil

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Published on December 02, 2020 07:11
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