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Rachel Maddow Rachel Maddow's blog:

On Ashli Babbitt, Trump pushes McCarthy to stick to the script

On Ashli Babbitt, Kevin McCarthy dared to contradict Marjorie Taylor Greene. Donald Trump was not pleased.
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Published on February 03, 2023 08:18
Danielle Thamasa Danielle Thamasa's blog:

Weekend Writer: Back To Basics (and Prompts)

Hey all, Sam here.

Okay, let’s try this again. I had ideas and plans for getting back into writing and getting back into blogging, and feeling like the old me again. But not even two weeks into the new year and my father-in-law was in the ICU and it wasn’t looking good, and then a whole lot of not gr

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Published on February 03, 2023 14:00
Zack Kopp Zack Kopp's blog:

Not a Human Language

Voynich Manuscript, Zodiac, Dorabella, and A.I. (ChatGPT). : Greg Kondrak on Theories of Everything with Curt Jaimungal Catch it HERE & The U.S. Navy shot down a UFO
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Published on February 03, 2023 10:30
Sharon C. Williams Sharon C. Williams's blog:

It’s complicated: Is it really?

How many times have you heard in a movie or TV the phrase, “It’s complicated,” or read it in a book? If you are like me, then too many to count. It has gotten old. It has been for a while now. How about you write out the scene? It does not have to be … Continue reading It’s complicated: Is it really Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 03, 2023 04:00
Mariam Agudo Mariam Agudo's blog:

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Published on February 03, 2023 22:36
Charlotte Noble Charlotte Noble's blog:

New Study: Elephants Play A Vital Role In Slowing Climate Change

The post New Study: Elephants Play A Vital Role In Slowing Climate Change appeared first on Peaceful Dumpling.

For many people, elephants are a powerful symbol and a natural wonder. To them, the need to save elephants from extinction is clear: elephants are majestic and highly intelligent animals. Bu

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Published on February 03, 2023 13:52
Astrid Rose Astrid Rose's blog:

April-Challenge #bookaddicts #bookishinapril

Tag 1: Warum ich schreibe ...Ich schreibe, um Geld für eine Reise zum Mauna Kea zu verdienen, damit ich Pele mit meinen Singsang erwecken kann.Frohe Ostern, ihr Herzchen
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Published on April 02, 2018 10:03
Kourosh Dini Kourosh Dini's blog:

Emiliana Torrini – Nothing Brings Me Down

Just a post of music I like…

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Published on February 03, 2023 19:46
Thea Swanson Thea Swanson's blog:

Book Review in CHIRB

Some books need to be read. Please read my book review of the winning poetry collection, When Your Sky Runs Into Mine by Rooja Mohassessy in Chicago Review of Books and decide for yourself.

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Published on February 03, 2023 17:09
Steve  Jackson Steve Jackson's blog:

February 4, 2023: The Original Mimic?

The "mimic" type of monster has seen an upsurge in popularity recently. Most typically disguising itself as a treasure chest, the mimic might also be a chair, a doorknob . . . or anything else that some unwary delver might touch.

So who thought of this evil beastie?

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Published on February 04, 2023 02:02
Elaina M. Roberts Elaina M. Roberts's blog:

Flash Fiction Friday -February

Welcome to February, the coldest, shortest month of the year. For this monthly flash piece, I decided to use the official birthstone, Amethyst, instead of the month. I couldn’t envision anyone naming a child February, even in a fantasy setting, so Amethyst was born. This flash piece is based on an ‘

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Published on February 03, 2023 06:00
Charles A. Mills Charles A. Mills's blog:

“Mosby’s Rangers had for us all the glamour of Robin Hood ...."

 


The Confederate monument at the Fairfax City, Virginia cemetery notes residence of Fairfax County who served with Mosby’s cavalry.  A few of Mosby’s men were in their 40's, but most were in their late teens or early 20's; two young troopers paroled near the end of the war were only 14 years old

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Published on February 03, 2023 14:00
Alycia Christine Alycia Christine's blog:

Maximizing your photography business success: How to use the slow season to your advantage.

By taking advantage of seasonal lulls in bookings, photographers can improve their business and set themselves up for increased success during the busy season.

The post Maximizing your photography business success: How to use the slow season to your advantage. appeared first on Zenfolio.

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Published on February 03, 2023 14:52
J.M.  Beach J.M. Beach's blog:

Educational Malpractice at a Business School in Texas

Educational Malpractice at a Business School in Texas: 

An Essay on the Corruption of Higher Education in America 

By Josh M. Beach

2023 

 

Don’t Believe the Hype

I had been looking at...

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Published on February 02, 2023 10:54
Jessica Leigh Jessica Leigh's blog:

Seeking The Original American Way

Original Native American Philosophy is why this Country Worked for Eons

native american historical romance savage journey jessica leigh

I am a romance author and although I try to keep my tales both light-hearted and positive at the core, my research often puts me in a melancholy state of mind. It also makes me want to share what I have le

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Published on August 19, 2014 05:42
Vanessa Riley Vanessa Riley's blog:

Why is Everyone Standing in the Hall? A post on Regency terminology

As an American, reading books set in England – particularly historical England – could sometimes be confusing. Once I started researching the time period, I realized that certain words had different meanings “across the pond”. So for everyone like me, I’ve put together a list of a few things that us

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Published on February 03, 2023 15:09
Patrick    Egan Patrick Egan's blog:

My 600th Blog: Lat. 24 N./Long. 81 W.

[Ernest Hemingway’s typewriter. Located at the Hemingway House Museum, Key West, Florida. Photo is mine.]

Today is only one day in all the days that will ever be.

~~Ernest Hemingway

I am sitting in the air-conditioned Monroe Country Public Library (Key West Branch). It’s quiet, cool and has a

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Published on February 03, 2023 13:44
Dawn Blair Dawn Blair's blog:

Going backwards to go forward

Best laid plans of mice and men. I woke up this morning ready to dive back into the audio and my laptop had a low battery. It said 24% so I thought I had a little bit of time. I reached for my headphones. In that moment, the screen went black. So much for time. … Continue reading Going backwards to Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 03, 2023 22:11
Liz Broomfield Liz Broomfield's blog:

(January) book token (and other money) haul part 2

Earlier in the month I shared the first outcomes of my decision to get my book tokens spent (Book Token Splurge part 1 here) and later I shared my lovely Birthday Book Pile (here). I think I’m now onto my most recent Christmas and birthday book tokens though it has got a bit confusing (I […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 03, 2023 02:29
Mima. Mima.'s blog:

Why I do YouTube and Rumble videos 📽📺🍿

Someone once asked me if the goal for my YouTube channel was to become a YouTube star. This question made me laugh since my subscribers and views are borderline pathetic. Even with 200 short videos, my channel never caught on fire, but I don't worry about this since it was never my goal in the first Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 01, 2023 05:10
Beverly Gray Beverly Gray's blog:

Navigating “Triangle of Sadness”

I’m told that among fashion-forward folk, the “triangle of sadness” is the area between one’s eyebrows and the top of one’s nose bridge, the space in which wrinkles related to ageing and unhappiness tend to congregate. (Purveyors of Botox, of course, are delighted to help you rejuvenate yoursel

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Published on February 03, 2023 09:37
J. Matthew Waters J. Matthew Waters's blog:

the worlds that we live [in]


now that we are nearing the end
can we say it could be another way


at what moment can you point to
saying right there
that specific place in time
progressing toward the committed path
only to back off
at the eleventh hour

country boy in the big city
big city girl lost in green acres
hopping from one continent

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Published on February 03, 2023 17:42
Keith R.A. DeCandido Keith R.A. DeCandido's blog:

announcing Joe Ledger: Unbreakbale, a new anthology that includes me!

Back in 2017, Jonathan Maberry opened up his hugely popular “Joe Ledger” series of fantastical thrillers to other authors to pen short stories involving his characters, which appeared in the anthology Joe Ledger: Unstoppable, which Jonathan co-edited with Bryan Thomas Schmidt. I was one of those

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Published on February 03, 2023 09:06
Michael Cupo Michael Cupo's blog:

Harmonic Intentions

When intentions are in harmony with love, this opens the heart to loving all beings. Not because it’s forced, but because this is the way love rolls when intentions are in harmony with love…

Having loving intentions is worth more than all the books combined on what it means to be spiritual. Why this

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Published on February 04, 2023 00:13
Jessie Voigts Jessie Voigts's blog:

Why You Need Big Wall Décor in Your Home

Categories: Best OfStories

Color, beauty, art...what more can we ask for in our homes—and lives? One more thing: 

Make it big! 

Why You Need Big Wall Décor in Your Home

I recently discovered Big Wall Décor, a fantastic company focused on bringing affordable large-scale art to everyone. Read our interview with founder Nick Ford to get insp

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Published on February 03, 2023 07:53
Jeffrey D. Tharp Jeffrey D. Tharp's blog:

It’s dog and pony season…

I spent most of my productive time today working on details of two separate events. I use the word “events” here purposefully instead of “projects.” It’s intentional, because these two items are absolutely events – occasions if you will. So, break out the floral arrangements and reserve your best re

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Published on February 03, 2023 14:58
Kurt R.A. Giambastiani Kurt R.A. Giambastiani's blog:

Indistinguishable From Magic

Any technology, sufficiently advanced, is indistinguishable from magic. It’s been a busy, busy start to the new year, filled with terribly mundane things—buying/selling vehicles, gathering data for financial advisors, dealing with benefits coordinators—but while I’ve been working on all of these quo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 03, 2023 11:54
Lisa M. Buske Lisa M. Buske's blog:

It's been a NY Minute BUT I'm back!!

Picture Picture Picture Goodness gracious, I think (okay, I know) I have too much on my plate AND it is WORTH every minute, memory, and new connection made. Woot Woot!

There is a lot happening and I am excited for what 2023 will bring to myself, my family, and our family Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 02, 2023 21:00
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