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Lawrence R. Spencer Lawrence R. Spencer's blog:

NASA DISCOVERS MICKEY MECURY MOUSE

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The recent “scientific discovery” by NASA of an alleged Mickey Mouse Face on the planet Mercury given birth to a litter of “scientific theories” to explain the phenomena.  Here are a few of my personal favorites:

1) The Mickey Mouse “face” is proof that Do

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Published on October 18, 2021 01:41
Paul Guildea Paul Guildea's blog:

Searching For Identity – Day 4

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Day 4

In the novel THE PEBBLE we find a girl caught in the headlights of life, desperately trying to figure out the shapes before her that form her identity. When a charming stranger unfurls his wings in a hotel room and opens her eyes to a whole new world Alex takes the invite willingly.

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Published on April 13, 2013 09:45
Ward Tanneberg Ward Tanneberg's blog:

SUMMER IS OVER

Summer is over. It’s gone to the dogs for me, if you really want to know.
Master had elbow surgery in January,
the fifth on his right arm since the “great fall” of 2018.
Then in May he had surgery for a torn tendon and heel displacement.

This made it impossible for him to go for walks, so for awhil

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Published on October 17, 2021 22:49
Jonathan Lockwood Huie Jonathan Lockwood Huie's blog:

Live What You Believe In

 


To be a person of honor is to live with honesty and integrity of action and thought.
This is my simple religion.There is no need for temples;
no need for complicated philosophy.
Our own brain, our own heart is our temple;
the philosophy is kindness.
- Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama
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Published on October 17, 2021 21:08
Sophia Beaumont Sophia Beaumont's blog:

Spotting Scams for Authors

As I’ve been advertising more over the past year, I’ve started getting some questionable messages in my DMs and inbox, so I thought it was about time to outline a few of the scams out there directed at writers. Some of these are out-and-out-fraud, while others are just things that you shouldn’t pay

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Published on October 17, 2021 21:40
Arnold Kling Arnold Kling's blog:

Wesley Mouch watch

Casey Mulligan writes,


Largely by stepping toward an economy in which workers bear the burden of distributing healthcare and housing with little regard to ability or willingness to pay, the Build Back Better bill (BBB) would implement the single largest permanent increase in work disincentives

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Published on October 17, 2021 03:34
Erin Tobin Erin Tobin's blog:

This Week's Inspirational Thought

“Look at every path closely and deliberately.

Try it as many times as you think necessary.

Then ask yourself alone, one question … Does this path have a heart?

If it does, the path is good; if it doesn’t it is of no use.”

~Carlos Castaneda

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Published on October 18, 2021 01:03
Jamie Parsley Jamie Parsley's blog:

21 Pentecost

 


October 17, 2021

 

Isaiah 53:4-12; Mark 10:35-45

 

In the name of God, Creator+ Redeemer and Sustainer.  

 

A few weeks ago, I planned to preach about the recent death of a very influential person in the Church.

 

Sadly, I got sick and didn’t preach about him, although I published that serm

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Published on October 17, 2021 15:40
Nic  Taylor Nic Taylor's blog:

First Carbon Neutral Rugby Club

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The design is complete, the build costed and the funding package is nearly in place for the first carbon neutral rugby club anywhere. It has taken months of work but all willing we will be building phase one over the summer and should be open for the beginning of next season.

Sales of A P

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Published on March 21, 2013 06:29
JoMarie DeGioia JoMarie DeGioia's blog:

My wildlife adventures continue…

It seems that my wildlife adventures continue here in Florida. If you read my previous post, you know of my close encounter with the two snakes (please God, let it only be two snakes!) who live in my front yard. And tonight? It’s lizards.

Smug Lizard

Smug Lizard

I was in the garage, getting the trash ready fo

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Published on April 10, 2014 17:09
Fatinha de Oliveira Ramos Fatinha de Oliveira Ramos's blog:

Estende o coração ao mundo

Se tens o coraçãode ti encharcado,dentro retendo repetidamente o olhar,sem dares oportunidadea que outras belezasse ensejem a manifestar,qualquer dia negarásque possam existirpeixinhos douradose crianças a sorrir.Então o teu mundoserá apenas tu,o teu coraçãoe um pretenso cultoque não podia florir.
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Published on October 13, 2021 11:46
Cecilia Manguerra Brainard Cecilia Manguerra Brainard's blog:

Coversation with Filipino Author Cecilia Brainard, Oct. 26, 2021 PT

 

 


INVITATION FROM the Los Angeles Public Library


A CONVERSATION WITH AUTHOR CECILIA BRAINARD: SELECTED SHORT STORIES - Moderated by Noel Alumit


Tuesday, California time, Oct. 26, 2021, 6-7 pm (Manila time is Oct. 27, 9 a.m.) 


Streaming live on th

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Published on October 17, 2021 15:34
Albert Espinosa Albert Espinosa's blog:

CATÁSTROFES DOCUMENTALES

Artículo 739. Mi vecino de 94 años, ese ser lúcido que me tropiezo a veces en el rellano, me comentó el otro día lo extraño que es ver convertidas todas sus películas de catástrofes favoritas en una dura realidad documental. Todo es posible: Nevadas impresionantes, volcanes en erupción y pandemias p

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Published on October 17, 2021 17:52
R.E. Hargrave R.E. Hargrave's blog:

NEW RELEASE BL!TZ: The Choices (A Treasure Hunt Thriller) by Alan L. Moss #GIVEAWAY

The Choices: A Treasure Hunt Thriller
Alan L. Moss
Publication date: October 15th 2021
Genres: Adult, Thriller


Sixty-six million years ago, the Chicxulub asteroid crashed into the Yucatan peninsula. Its heat and dust killed the dinosaurs and most other species on the planet.


Based

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Published on October 18, 2021 01:00
Rob  Bignell Rob Bignell's blog:

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Published on October 17, 2021 04:39
Christopher Hinz Christopher Hinz's blog:

THE PARATWA TRILOGY and DUNE

"A Melange of Inspiration." New guest post at THE NERD DAILY.

https://thenerddaily.com/christopher-hinz-author-guest-post/

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Published on October 17, 2021 11:35
A.L. Butcher A.L. Butcher's blog:

Der Fluck Des Kriegers – #Fantasy

Wer mit Monstern verhandelt, nehme sich in Acht! Ein Held schmiedet einen unseligen Pakt mit einer Hexe und erfährt, dass der Zauber nicht gebrochen werden kann.

Mythische Erzählungen in einem Land der verbotenen Magie.

Eine Dark-Fantasy-Novelle zu den Geschichten von Erana.

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Published on October 17, 2021 08:24
Jim Webster Jim Webster's blog:

Boring about Pigs?

I kept a few pigs before the last foot and mouth outbreak. I used to buy a weaned litter or two and fatten them on a mix of spare milk and some 16% protein dairy feed. This is grossly inefficient but was quite profitable because I was having them killed at a local abattoir. Then …
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Published on October 17, 2021 21:00
Elizabeth Reynolds Turnage Elizabeth Reynolds Turnage's blog:

A Prayer about What Happens When We Die

1 Corinthians 15:52 A Prayer about What Happens When We Die

Resurrecting Lord,

We admit, we sometimes get a little confused 

about what happens when we die. 

We know we “will be with you in Paradise” (Luke 2

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Published on October 17, 2021 22:21
Joe Bonomo Joe Bonomo's blog:

Back home


I've long been a fan of Bobbie Ann Mason, whose short stories and novels, at one time consigned to the so-called "kitchen sink" school of Realism, dramatize the lives of people whose ceiling may be low and options relatively few, whose everyday conflicts materialize in small homes in small towns Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 17, 2021 15:15
Blanche Bachelar Blanche Bachelar's blog:

Transgenerational issues: the unthinkable, the unspeakable and the unvoiced

The term ‘Invisible ancestral loyalty’ was coined by Anne Schutzenburger in her book about the invisible threads of our family history, about our need to repair or re-enact painful episodes suffered by family or previous generations.

An interesting example of this occured within my own social circle.

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Published on October 21, 2012 06:04
Jim Zoetewey Jim Zoetewey's blog:

Memories: Part 9

“I…” She stopped, “I don’t know. After everything, I have an excuse, but I know I can’t really do that. What I really want is to talk to him. After they removed him from doing anything except for a couple of combat classes one year, I never got to talk to him about everything he’d done. He nearly go

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Published on October 17, 2021 23:27
James Calbraith James Calbraith's blog:

News, news, news (aka, I’ve been working)!

For most of the last half-year I’ve been mostly working on patiently carving out the main draft of the Crown of the Iutes – which has already grown into the longest and most complex book I’ve ever written, as befits the conclusion of Ash and Octa’s long stories. But that doesn’t mean I don’t have [… Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 17, 2021 11:32
Alexandra Swann Alexandra Swann's blog:

The Freedom Prayer

I originally wrote this eight years ago for The Planner.  It is much more timely now than it was then.  May God have mercy on America.


“Lord we come to You tonight to ask for Your forgiveness. The Bible promises that when we seek You, we will find You, if we search with all our hearts.
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Published on June 27, 2020 06:12
Matthew Arnold Stern Matthew Arnold Stern's blog:

A child’s biggest fear

It’s October when our attention turns to ghosts, monsters, skeletons, and all things spooky. Children’s books also take up the theme with lighthearted frights. This is the case with the upcoming children’s book My Brother is a Werewolf by Ray Allen Price, which will be released on October 29. (I pre Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 17, 2021 13:34
Betsy Bird Betsy Bird's blog:

Fuse 8 n’ Kate: The Widow’s Broom by Chris Van Allsburg

“If this really is the ghost of the broom, I hope it hacks the men to pieces!”

Our search for potential Halloween classics continues!! This week we turned our eyes back to good old Chris Van Allsburg. Previously seen on a Halloween-centric episode of our show with The Stranger, he has returned!

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Published on October 17, 2021 21:00
Donna Huber Donna Huber's blog:

3 Books Perfect for Halloween

by MK French

With Halloween just around the corner and the crisp air, it is the perfect time to add some chills and thrills to your reading list. The first two books featured are anthologies which are great to throw in your bag to read at lunch or in the carpool line. The second anthology Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 17, 2021 03:30
Patricia Harkins-Bradley Patricia Harkins-Bradley's blog:

This Week in Tech 845: They'll Still Be Your Neighbors Tomorrow

Hardware event preview, HTC Vive Flow, Squid Game success

Unleashed Apple Event Focusing on New Macs to Take Place on October 18.MacBook Pro Display With Notch Shown in Alleged Photo Leak.Errol Morris Interrotron.In-person versus remote conversations online.Pixel Fall Launch: Everything to expect at Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 17, 2021 17:47
June Collins June Collins's blog:

My Latest and Favorite Review

I seldom post reviews but this one, received on April 4 is my favorite for several reasons. Importantly, it came from an Army Sergeant and even more important, he credits me with making changes to the way the NCO military clubs are now managed. Furthermore, I was unaware that the club system had bee

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Published on April 09, 2014 15:08
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