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David Matthew Klein David Matthew Klein's blog:

It Takes a Thief

At an angle across the road from my home is a two-family rental house and a freestanding workshop owned by a local homebuilding company. The view from my window is not an eyesore but neither is the property a delight.





The building company uses the shop to fabricate custom work and to store materials.

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Published on September 18, 2020 13:38
Antonio Ricardo Scozze Antonio Ricardo Scozze's blog:

The Truth About Zombies

Fear of the dead returning from the grave, dragging their fetid, rotting bodies closer and closer to their targets to torment, exact revenge, or eat brains is something that has gripped humanity from time immemorial. For as long as humans have dreaded death and feared the dead -- which has been alwa

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Published on September 18, 2020 07:17
Jenn Hyla Jenn Hyla's blog:

5 Things I Wish You Knew About Lyme Disease: Common Signs & Symptoms Overlooked

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT

Today I am sharing a video that is close to my heart. I have been sharing my story for five years now, and over the years I have had multiple people reach out my friends, friends of friends, complete strangers who just saw my story, reach out to me and share pictures of bullseye rash

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Published on September 18, 2020 16:32
Jack    Byrne Jack Byrne's blog:

So good they closed them down.

[image error]Photo Leroy Cooper



In my book Under The Bridge, Vinny and Anne are talking, she’s picked him up from Huskisson St in Liverpool Eight and is driving him to Garston.





She pulled out into the street, moved up the gears, slowed, and turned into Catherine Street. 





As they moved through the light

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Published on September 18, 2020 22:25
Altersaside Altersaside's blog:

Fantasy Map Making

For Mercury Rising, I wanted a map for the Fae lands because I LOVE maps. Also, the map is referenced in the story and will be used in book 2, Mercury Bonding, as well.



To start with map creation I took a cutie (or clementine) and tore it up.

Then I used that and some tracing paper to work out the b

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Published on September 18, 2020 08:04
Ton Dobbe Ton Dobbe's blog:

The hidden value in losing 8 out of 10 enterprise software deals

Value PropositionThe conversation often stops when I ask the simple question: What’s your average win-rate. You can feel things getting uncomfortable. The pause, the sigh, and then the answer:’ 15-20%….’ I get that. It’s not a number we aspired. But that doesn’t mean there’s no hope.


It’s all about perspective.

How od

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Published on September 18, 2020 07:14
Dan Desmarques Dan Desmarques's blog:

Never judge by appearance! These turd-shaped cookies are very...



Never judge by appearance! These turd-shaped cookies are very tasty and should be served with pee-color lemon juice or beer

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Published on September 19, 2020 04:02
L.J. Stanton L.J. Stanton's blog:

Book Review: Magic's Pawn

If you have not read the back of this book or the official description, do yourself a favor: don’t. It will spoil the last quarter of the book for you. In fact, try to avoid looking at the front cover while you’re at it. Instead, I offer this unofficial account:

Vanyel Ashkevron dreams of becoming

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Published on September 18, 2020 10:30
Jan Carroza Jan Carroza's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Sat Sep 19 2020

Your trial has expired. Please update your subscription plan at rss.app.
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Published on September 19, 2020 06:20
Mayura Amarkant Mayura Amarkant's blog:

Book Review: How to Write Short Stories like a Pro by Jyoti Arora

With attention spans getting shorter, readers prefer short story formats to keep them entertained. New-age writers are moving away from writing full-fledged novels and concentrating on creating short stories to keep their readers satiated. Writing a short story differs greatly from writing a novel. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2020 08:42
Robert Fulghum Robert Fulghum's blog:

September Song

This is my favorite September essay – one I wrote 16 years ago. It came to mind when I used the ruler mentioned in the essay.


The post September Song appeared first on Author Robert Fulghum.

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Published on September 18, 2020 08:43
Serena Agusto-Cox Serena Agusto-Cox's blog:

COVID Chronicle #1

Since the start of the pandemic and the lockdown in our state that began with sending kids home from school in March, I knew life would not be normal for a long time. I remember writing journal entries every day as a teenager and probably even before that, but I haven’t done any of that […]
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Published on September 18, 2020 08:23
Sarah Wayt Sarah Wayt's blog:

Aromatherapy: Marjoram for Beauty and Home

Beauty Essentials Fragrant Hair Rinse For dark hair use marjoram in the final rinse when you wash it, to help make it strong and healthy. 500ml water 2 drops pure marjoram essential oil. Bring the water and oil to the boil and leave to cool To absorb any excess essential oil that may be floating on

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Published on September 18, 2020 18:00
Amanda   Anderson Amanda Anderson's blog:

What's Your Story?

I’ve been sponsoring an amazing, strong woman through a Twelve Step recovery program for a while now, and lately we’ve been reflecting on our stories. Her story includes several types of abuse, and up until pretty recently, she’d been telling it this way: The pain from the abuse had influenced her t

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Published on September 18, 2020 12:14
Jithin Alex Jithin Alex's blog:

[Experience] My new cellular number and possible security risks.

I recently moved to a new place and bought a new mobile connection from one of the cellular providers. Number got activated and then I created a new WhatsApp account. After I successfully opened my...



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Published on September 18, 2020 11:03
André Pinto Teixeira André Pinto Teixeira's blog:

DESENCONTRO (poema)

Quando disseste
quero ir desta para melhor
Eu disse
não queres nada.





Quando disseste
só me apetece dar um tiro nos miolos
Eu disse
não sejas parvo.





Quando disseste
quem me dera engolir uma mão cheia de comprimidos
Eu disse
olha as calorias.





Quando disseste
como será saltar da ponte para o gélido rio
eu ri e disse

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Published on September 19, 2020 05:38
Per Lindskog Per Lindskog's blog:

Avvecklade de läskunnigheten?

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När jag i augusti 2019 slutade mitt arbete på grund av mina uppslitna nackkotor, gick jag tills vidare in i ett läge som arbetslös. Fick löfte av Arbetsförmedlingen att jag skulle bli kallad till ett ”klargörande samtal”, där det skulle utrönas vilken typ av arbete jag skull

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Published on September 19, 2020 03:11
Johannes T. Evans Johannes T. Evans's blog:

The Mermaid and the Fisherman, an Ebook by Johannes Evans

The Mermaid and the Fisherman, an Ebook by Johannes Evans:

johannesevans:



HEY, MONSTERFUCKERS!


You like M/M monsterfucking stories where a trans man gets fucked full of eggs by a sexy merman? I have you covered with this one. There’s also a lot of fantasy world-building and humour!

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Published on September 19, 2020 03:29
Scott  Abrams Scott Abrams's blog:

Hollywood God

And walking in the fear of the Lord and in the comfort of the Holy Spirit, it multiplied. Acts 9:31


With movie theaters open (for now), my son and I recently saw a film in which the fate of the world hung in the balance. As time travel was involved, it was more than a little confusing. The one th

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Published on September 19, 2020 04:23
Neal Atherton Neal Atherton's blog:

Place Contrascarpe Latin Quarter Paris France

Please enjoy my Travel books – LINK TO YOUR COUNTRY : http://getbook.at/FrenchTravel








Please check out my travel books on Amazon – enjoy France from your armchair isolation. Looking forward to travelling again Thanks and hope everyone keeps safe. – Merci Neal




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Published on September 19, 2020 05:11
K.C. Otenti K.C. Otenti's blog:

How Privileged Are You?

Featured image: cropped and saved from original PDF from University of San Francisco. Designed by C. Esposito, R. Choi, V. Cabanayan and C. Bragg. Click here for more info and to access the PDF (under “Templates”). Free to use under CC BY-SA 4.0 (explained here). Audio: recorded with Voice Recorder

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Published on September 18, 2020 07:18
Kristi Drillien Kristi Drillien's blog:

Book Review: Sadie

Author: Peter Martuneac
My rating: 3 / 5
Genre: Post-apocalyptic
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Published on September 18, 2020 12:21
Michael Kroth Michael Kroth's blog:

The Practice of Practices

The Meta-Practice Of Practices

























Decades ago, I discovered Stephen Covey’s











Seven Habits of Highly Effective People











on the seat of my dad’s truck as we took a drive to visit my grandmother. I picked it up, scanned it, decided it was just what I needed, asked my dad if I could bo

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Published on September 18, 2020 11:02
Kimberly  Ray Kimberly Ray's blog:

dysphoria

the way you say

the things you don’t


carefully crafted

to disguise

parts of you in other realms,


it’s an alarming surprise

the way you reveal

your true self to me


leaves me empty

reduced to mysterious needs


i look away and say,

‘can’t we just talk poetry?’

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Published on September 18, 2020 12:18
Anne Saddler Anne Saddler's blog:

My only asset is me, and the energy I use to use to keep good on my plate.

My only asset is me, and the energy I use to use to keep good on my plate.

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Published on September 19, 2020 06:16
Doug Lemov Doug Lemov's blog:

How Memphis Rise Helps Teachers Build Vibrant Online Culture

Simple little things of value



Means of Participation is our phrase for a set of consistent procedures that describe clearly to students HOW they should participate in class at any given moment.





When the Means of Participation is ambiguous–i.e. left unclear by the teacher–the results are mostly one of

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Published on September 18, 2020 11:27
Sofia Biondo Sofia Biondo's blog:

Segnalazione del libro '' Dralgon di Romano Pigozzi ''

Buon giorno lettori!

Titolo:Autore:Genere: Epico , avventura Data di pubblicazione: 19 Settembre 2020Costo  Ebook: € 3,99Costo Cartaceo: € 12,60Pagine: 370

Trama :

Il Mondo Conosciuto è in pace da cinquant’anni. La sconfitta di Torchus ha portato armonia tra le quattro Genti, ma all’improvviso un u Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 02:45
Daniel L.  Smith Daniel L. Smith's blog:

New Mexico, 1581: An Encounter of God's Providence

Picture 1685, Philip Lea - Source: National Archives. Some call this a historical example of God’s Providence. Others challenge it as pure luck.  The North American Indian is vital in the grand design for the world’s history. Their history unequivocally play Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2020 15:36
Dominic Myers Dominic Myers's blog:

Day's until Xmas

Last night there was a question on Jay's Virtual Pub Quiz asking how many days there were until Xmas. I worked something up years ago but decided to revisit it today while waiting for Visual Studio to build my solution, this is the result:


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Published on September 18, 2020 07:36
Keith Edgar Channing Keith Edgar Channing's blog:

Random Limericks 5

A new series of (non-acrostic) limericks produced in response to various prompts. These will appear on Saturday mornings wherever possible. Let me know what you think. The rules (per yourdictionary.com): The first, second, and fifth lines must have seven to ten syllables while rhyming and having the Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 01:00
Aura B. Lupu Aura B. Lupu's blog:

Survivor

Încă e neobișnuit de cald, dar se simte totuși toamna, își face loc, încetișor, mai ales în serile ce se răcesc brusc, după ce apune soarele sau dimineața, înainte să răsară, în bruma din iarbă și de pe mașini. Se și vede-n frunzele copacilor îngălbenite, în lanurile de porumb ce foșnesc, veștejite, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 00:48
Cassandre Brissot Cassandre Brissot's blog:

4 tactics for stimulating Spiritual growth

 


“Finally He said, “Gardener I’ve waited three years, and there hasn’t been a single fig! Cut it down. It’s just taking up space in the garden.’ The gardener answered, Sir, give it one more chance. Leave it another year, and I’ll give it special attention and plenty of fertilizer. If we get fig

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Published on September 18, 2020 16:08
Kala Merseal Kala Merseal's blog:

September 2020 Author Update

So with the new website, I (of course) feel compelled to fill it with content. And given that The Ruined Throne is almost 2 months away from being released, I wanted to give every little lurker who stumbles over my website a little author update!


I’ve almost finished the draft of The Ruined Throne. A

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Published on September 19, 2020 01:55
Maria Tirone Maria Tirone's blog:

La Big Data permitirá eliminar humanos como si de animales contaminados se tratara...

 La Big Data permitira eliminar humanos como si de animales contaminados se tratara...


“In god we trust all others must bring data (Confiamos en Dios, el resto debe traer datos)”
William Edwards Deming
“Los datos son la nueva ciencia. El Big Data son las respuestas”
Pat Gelsinger

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Published on September 18, 2020 07:06
Nik Whittaker Nik Whittaker's blog:

008

Read Parts 001- 007 HERE The Experiment  – Part 008 “That’s right, scream, let it know you are here and ready to pay the dues of our ancestors,” Father Jeremiah …


The post 008 appeared first on Nik Whittaker.

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Published on September 18, 2020 08:05
Tori Tucker Tori Tucker's blog:

Return of the Queen: Chapter Thirty

~ Chapter Index





Dorethea



“You didn’t tell me Gandalf was going to be here!”





Dort rolled her eyes at her brother. “It’s Ian McKellen and I didn’t know,” she replied dryly, adjusting her grip on Anne’s hand as they followed Andie and Zoe through the crowd towards the food stalls.





“Who is this Gandalf per

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Published on September 19, 2020 06:15
சாரு நிவேதிதா சாரு நிவேதிதா's blog:

பூச்சி 133: வணிக எழுத்தும் இலக்கியமும்

இன்னும் ஐம்பது ஆண்டுகளில் தமிழ் செத்து விடும் என்று எழுதியிருந்ததைப் படித்து பல நண்பர்கள் வருத்தப்பட்டு எழுதியிருந்தார்கள்.  அதில் ஒரு சிறிய திருத்தம்.  பாலி முற்றிலுமாக கி.பி. ஐந்தாம் நூற்றாண்டிலேயே அழிந்து விட்டது.  ஆனால் சம்ஸ்கிருதம் இப்போதும் அறிஞர்கள் மத்தியில் இருந்து கொண்டுதான் இருக்கிறது.  க Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2020 21:22
Mary Reiss Mary Reiss's blog:

When Things Aren’t Going Well…

Of course, every gymnast would like all of her practices to go well so she feels like she’s gaining progress and that each day is building upon the last.





The reality is, though, we all have off days sometimes. You may have been able to do a skill successfully yesterday, but for some reason, it just d

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Published on September 18, 2020 10:14
Kathleen Jennings Kathleen Jennings's blog:

Observation journal: improbable inventions

I just… really like “X meets Y” formulations. They frequently amuse me immoderately, and of course they’re very useful for triangulating specific interests. The more unlikely they are, the more interesting is the space they create for possibilities.





I also find this sort of remixing a very useful hab

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Published on September 18, 2020 06:49
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