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Tony Ortega Tony Ortega's blog:

Kirstie Alley is wrong on Leah Remini & Shelly Miscavige. We know because we broke the story.

 
Yesterday, Kirstie Alley actually responded to a Twitter reader who asked her about Leah Remini and Shelly Miscavige.

In her response, Kirstie got a lot wrong about Leah Remini’s 2013 filing of a missing-person report on Scientology leader David Miscavige’s missing wife, and perpetuated some mis

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Published on November 30, 2020 04:00
Liina Metsküla Liina Metsküla's blog:

Närvipinge, pisarad ja rahakaotus: 5 lugu lennukist maha jäämisest

Meenutan üht lugu, mis pani mind sel teemal kirjutama.

Istusime umbes neljandat tundi Istanbuli lennujaamas, meie lennuni Ho Chi Minhi oli jäänud veel paar tunnikest. Raamatut oli juba küllalt loetud, netist kõik asjatoimetused tehtud ning tegelesin inimeste jälgimisega. Minu ees rullus lahti mõn

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Published on November 29, 2020 10:06
Hannah Schepemaker Hannah Schepemaker's blog:

Heirs of a Dragon - Trailer

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Thank you all!


Have a great day!


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Published on November 29, 2020 10:29
Jamais Jochim Jamais Jochim's blog:

Make Some Time For Yourself

You
should never get too caught up in your writing that you forget that
you yourself have some basic needs. Sometimes those basic needs
are just simply not being met, nd you need to take time out for them. You need to have some sort
of hobby, some sort of interest, some sort of way to easily get away
fro

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Published on November 24, 2020 21:13
I.C. Robledo I.C. Robledo's blog:

The Qualities That Make Us Who We Are

Last night as I was falling asleep, I had the Thought:

Who am I, if you strip everything away? Let’s take away the people I know, the experiences I’ve had, the things I’ve learned, even my sensory abilities, my personality, biological makeup, my creative or intellectual or spiritual side. After a

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Published on November 30, 2020 06:07
Walkees Walkees's blog:

Weekly Vitamins nr. 23





It is Monday again!



It is Monday again! Yes. So what? What about this, for the week?





When that irritating alarm wakes you up, think this:To kick off the week, let us have a great breakfast before going to work, orTo ease the start of the week, let us have a nice lunchYou know what? On Wednesday I am g Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 29, 2020 18:40
Alys Whyte Alys Whyte's blog:

Episode 15: “The Formula for Happiness”

This week we are contemplating Tony Hsieh’s formula for happiness:





His formula for happiness has 4 elements:- perceived control; perceived progress; connectedness (ie. the number and depth of you rrelationships); vision/meaning (meaning being part of something that is bigger than yourself).





In light o

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Published on November 29, 2020 10:58
Robert C. Jacobson Robert C. Jacobson's blog:

@62MileClub: Did you know that you can find excerpts from the book #SIOFB on @bookchainapp? Over 100 industry experts and leaders share insights about space opportunities, investment potential, and benefits. You can find a huge portion of these on the plat

Did you know that you can find excerpts from the book #SIOFB on @bookchainapp? Over 100 industry experts and leaders share insights about space opportunities, investment potential, and benefits. You can find a huge portion of these on the platform.https://t.co/jhiqmfLdL0

— Robert C. Jacobson - Space
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Published on November 29, 2020 13:47
T.M. Kohl T.M. Kohl's blog:

How Do I Choose Book Titles? (+ Pre-Order News!)

Before we get to the rest of the post, I’m SO excited to inform you all that The Warriors of Bhrea: The Master of Night, is coming out December 26, 2020! The pre-order is available now!





Click here to pre-order!





This pretty much sums up how I feel at the moment:









Now, to get to the rest of the post…

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Published on November 29, 2020 20:06
Robin Rainbow Gate Robin Rainbow Gate's blog:

Liberation for Midlife women: Totally, Fantastically, Revamping selfishness

Liberation for Midlife Women Revamping Selfishness title What is selfishness?

Paying attention to yourself at the exclusion of others?
 
Others may balk, argue with or judge your new behavior, if they’re accustomed to being the focus of your loving attention and care.
 
It may feel to them and to you cruel and drastic – but is it? Or is it just a shift in ho Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 29, 2020 09:44
J.J.  Cook J.J. Cook's blog:

A Proposal in Paris

I think we are all nostalgic for what we used to take for granted. For many of us, our most treasured memories are times we shared on vacation, where everything was a bit more relaxed, a bit slower, a bit magical. One of my favourite recent interview questions with JeanBookNerd reminded me of one su

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Published on November 29, 2020 11:18
Caleb  Harris Caleb Harris's blog:

Your issues are your issues

Have you ever heard anyone say to you, “I’m angry because my mother/father did this to me!” This same tired victimhood mentality is played out. Your anger problem is your anger problem. Nobody else’s. Which is why many people can’t get it together because their anger gets in the way. Hints why you s

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Published on November 29, 2020 21:00
Bill Pence Bill Pence's blog:

Great Theology in the Gospel of John Chapter 10

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I had the wonderful opportunity to study John 10-12 for a teaching opportunity at my church. This experience reminded me again of the difference between simply reading the Bible and studying the Bible, especially studying the Bible for the purpose of teaching it. In our daily reading of

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Published on November 30, 2020 04:00
Brendon Brendon's blog:

Of Two Planets | Edge of Link quotes | Quotes by Author Brendon

Below is a verse from Author Brendon's new book - The Library. 

Brendon is the bestselling author of Edge of Link Trilogy


"How very odd! How very strange! It felt as though he'd landed on some new planet...He wondered if it were possible, when back home in Jhansi, times when he'd gazed at the

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Published on November 30, 2020 06:02
Myin Uddin Myin Uddin's blog:

The Daily Routine Of Prophet Muhammad(PBUH)

The best man in history is Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).He was the only man in history who was supremely successful on both the religious and secular levels.Let's follow him and dive in a completely new sacred life of barakah. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2019 10:26
Raquel Stecher Raquel Stecher's blog:

Video: Updated Classic Film Bookshelf Tour


If you love reading about classic film, here is a special treat! Take a peek at my classic film bookshelves which are packed with lots of great books about film stars, studios, genres and much more.


All content is property of Out of the Past ~ A Classic Film Blog. Copyright © 2007-201 Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 29, 2020 11:53
Brook T. Amos Brook T. Amos's blog:

Grabbing Stray Dogs by the Ears

The email read something like this: “You idiots, stop hitting the ‘reply all’ button!” Another followed that basically said the same. All daylong they kept coming. I can’t recall how long it lasted, several days, a week maybe, but every day over that stretch hundreds of screamed responses were repea Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 29, 2020 11:30
Ranjani Rao Ranjani Rao's blog:

5 Interesting Things I Accomplished Instead of NaNoWriMo

5 things I did instead of NaNoWriMo www.ranjanirao.com writing colored pencilsInstead of NaNoWriMo, I decided to do other things that feed my literary interests in this year of the pandemic Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 30, 2020 05:59
Trevor Wiltzen Trevor Wiltzen's blog:

My Name is Asher Lev

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This book made me cry. I read it during a difficult moment in my life after a friend who recommended it had passed away and it really resonated.

It’s a beautiful book about a boy wanting to be an artist in the face of others discouraging his passion as a waste of time. It’s about family ex

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Published on November 29, 2020 09:11
Alex Bryant Alex Bryant's blog:

The Pagan Origins of Cyber Monday

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Yes!  It’s that time of year we all look forward to – Cyber Monday. Overshadowed by its senior partner, Black Friday, it’s all too easy to overlook Cyber Monday as just another cynical corporate attempt to make us to spend money.  But in fact, Cyber Monday has fascinating ancient origins

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Published on November 30, 2020 03:44
K. Exum K. Exum's blog:

November Results 2020

The month of November 2020 has come to an end. Now it’s time we write a poem about how my … More
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Published on November 29, 2020 23:15
Carolina Gremaldos Carolina Gremaldos's blog:

Ole, ole y ole con esta serie: Paquita Salas

 Holaa mis queridos Pretty Little Readers!! ♥ Que yo sé que os debo reseña de la Julie & the phantoms y también El anónimo de Natasha Preston

Pero yo hoy me he dicho "hoy voy de orgullo español, qué coño" además, la cultura anglosajona ya tiene mucho protagonismo por sí sola, no hace falta

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Published on November 29, 2020 15:12
Jan Carroza Jan Carroza's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Mon Nov 30 2020

Your trial has expired. Please update your subscription plan at rss.app.
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Published on November 30, 2020 06:30
MargaretAnne Overstreet MargaretAnne Overstreet's blog:

Sermon: 29 November 2020

The Voice of the Prophets (“Echoes of Advent” series week #1)

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Published on November 30, 2020 02:09
Cassidy Reyne Cassidy Reyne's blog:

Ocean Heart – A Review

This story centres around Mariah, a teenage girl living an ordinary life with her best friend in the house next door. She and Jace are inseparable, until his mum and her new boyfriend buy a house together on the other side of town. Mariah is devastated and feels as if a part of her has been ripped a

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Published on November 30, 2020 04:00
Heather Quiroz Heather Quiroz's blog:

Youth are Yotzrim: Ava’s Episode

Ava’s episode! We talk about how to help other teens who are struggling in their faith and how to find your purpose!

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Published on November 29, 2020 11:00
Andy Chaleff Andy Chaleff's blog:

Ep. 83 | The life of a storyteller with Sahand Sahebdivani

Sahand Sahebdivani is an incredible storyteller with several awards to his name. He founded his own theatre, Mezrab, where he performs and teaches others the art of storytelling. We share an hour discussing his journey and the lessons he has learned along the way. #SahandSahebdivan #storyteller #sto Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 30, 2020 01:54
Bernardo José Bernardo José's blog:

¡Salvado!

¿Debería volver el rey emérito y plantar cara a todo lo que se dice de él?

Y en caso de volver a España –lo que a mí, por cierto, me parecería muy bien–, ¿qué se supone que tendría que hacer? ¿Dar una rueda de prensa? ¿Hacer un especial de Salvados, entre risitas y compadreo, con Jordi Évole? ¿Dejar

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Published on November 30, 2020 03:54
Alexandre Willer Alexandre Willer's blog:

prato feito

 



Antes de qualquer coisa, deixo claro que não tenho a solução para esse ou qualquer problema e que as opiniões que expresso aqui são minhas e tão somente minhas, sinta-se livre para concordar, discordar e parar de ler se for o caso.
Ainda estamos na 'ressaca' desse caso horrendo, parece meio chov Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 30, 2020 03:00
Kathleen Jennings Kathleen Jennings's blog:

December calendar: a crowded sky

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Note: This calendar is supported by patrons, who get it a little bit early, along with other sneak-peeks and behind-the-scenes art: patreon.com/tanaudel, and also by those very kind people who throw a few dollars towards it via the tip jar: paypal.me/tanaudel
Further note:

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Published on November 29, 2020 22:27
Heather L. Barksdale Heather L. Barksdale's blog:

Heather’s Bookshelf: Titan Run Trilogy: Books 1 & 2

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Author:  Robert C. Murray

Released:  Book 1: 11/1/16; Book 2: 11/1/20

Genre:  Sci-Fi Fiction

“Humanity had spread into the solar system, but humanity was still working out how to not be killed by it”



















This ...

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Published on November 30, 2020 04:43
Konstantin von Weberg Konstantin von Weberg's blog:

Reise ins Verderben • GoogleBooks Analyse

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Liebe Leser|innen

Google hat die am meisten verwendeten Wörter und Begriffe des Romans Reise ins Verderben herausgefunden.


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Also, der spannende Roman um den auf den Philippinen verhafteten Deutschen tut keinem weh!


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Google Play Homepage


Google Books

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Google Play Store [Bücher ➡ eB

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Published on November 29, 2020 16:56
Beth Fitzgerald Beth Fitzgerald's blog:

Motivational Monday

I hope all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and holiday weekend in whatever way you managed to celebrate this year. We spent Thanksgiving alone because it was the safest thing we could do. There are 6 of us, so “alone” isn’t as sad as it sounds—6 is a lot! Friday, we hosted a virtual tree-lightin

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Published on November 30, 2020 04:59
Michael Perkampus Michael Perkampus's blog:

Welchen Einfluss haben Jahreszeiten auf dein Leseverhalten?

Die heutige Montagsfrage auf Lauter & Leise stammt von Büchernarr, und sie verleitet mich eigentlich gleich dazu, abzuschweifen, weil unter dem Begriff Leseverhalten selbst ziemlich viel...



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Published on November 29, 2020 23:03
Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (OEI) Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (OEI)'s blog:

La ministra de Exteriores de España participa en «Cooperación y COVID-19: el rompecabezas iberoamericano», organizado por la OEI

¿Cuál está siendo el impacto real de la pandemia en Iberoamérica? ¿Qué rol ha asumido la cooperación española para paliar sus consecuencias? Estas y otras preguntas se pondrán sobre la mesa durante el encuentro "Cooperación y COVID-19: el rompecabezas iberoamericano".
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Published on November 17, 2020 06:29
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