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Edward Flaherty Edward Flaherty's blog:

Somebody’s Watching You

Somebody's watching you…believe me.
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Published on December 04, 2022 01:06
Jessica Leigh Jessica Leigh's blog:

Seeking The Original American Way

Original Native American Philosophy is why this Country Worked for Eons

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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
George-Icaros Babassakis George-Icaros Babassakis's blog:

Ο Νικόλας Τριανταφυλλίδης στους Λειμώνες τ᾽ ΟυρανούΟ Νίκο...

Ο Νικόλας Τριανταφυλλίδης στους Λειμώνες τ᾽ Ουρανού
Ο Νίκος ο Νίκος ο Νίκος Το Σκυλί της Βροχής Ο Άγιος Ρέμπελος Το Ρεμάλι του Ελαλαμέιν Ο Γκαγκάριν του Ψυρρή Η Ψυχή της Ψίχας Το Βελούδινο Γκρανγκινιόλ Το Φλόμπερ του Φλωμπέρ Ο Φλογοδίαιτος Η Μυχιοθήκη το Έρεισμα Η Φωνή Η Φωνή Η Φωνή και κυρίως τα όσα Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 06, 2017 01:29
Tom Zijlstra Tom Zijlstra's blog:

Gorinchem (22.247)

Zaterdag 03-12-2022
Soms heb je bij het lezen van een artikel intuïtief het gevoel dat er iets heel bijzonders gebeurt, misschien wel een doorbraak in een decennialange impasse, iets groots zoals de ontdekking van het Higgsdeeltje of van zwaartekrachtgolven. Dát gevoel kreeg ik bij een artikel van 30 Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 03, 2022 07:54
Jennifer Rundlett Jennifer Rundlett's blog:

Fixing Our Eyes Upon Jesus

The Alba Madonna, 1509 (Oil on panel, Raphael (1483-1520) National Gallery of Art, Washington DC. Image courtesy of the NGA Open Acess The Alba Madonna, 1509 (Oil on panel, Raphael (1483-1520) National Gallery of Art, Washington DC. Image courtesy of the NGA Open Acess

The Alba Madonna, 1509 (oil on panel), Raphael (1483-1520), National Gallery of Art, Washington DC. Image courtesy of the NGA Open Access.

“Let us fix our eyes on

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Published on December 03, 2022 14:45
Charlotte Eriksson Charlotte Eriksson's blog:

"I have run away with a part of my treasures, my memories, my obsession, with preserving, portraying,..."

“I have run away with a part of my treasures, my memories, my obsession, with preserving, portraying, recording. All of us may die, but in these pages we will continue to smile, talk, make love.”

- Anaïs Nin, The Diary of Anaïs Nin, Vol. 3: 1939-1944
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Published on December 03, 2022 12:14
Simon Reynolds Simon Reynolds's blog:

WHEN MATTS MAKE BOOKS

 It's out! Matthew Ingram's new book The "S" Word: spirituality in alternative music, is ready to order. Self-deprecatingly, Matt describes the tome as "very geeky" and "for music geeks only". But in fact anyone who is interested in music's capacity to engender higher states of consciousness and its Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 03, 2022 15:17
Henry J. Olsen Henry J. Olsen's blog:

Best Apartments In Palm Harbor Fl

Best Apartments In Palm Harbor Fl – Our newly renovated Palm Harbor condos include one or two bedroom floor plans and amazing community amenities. At Stillwater Palms, each newly renovated condo features beautiful stainless steel appliances, beautiful faux granite countertops, designer cabinetry, mo

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Published on December 04, 2022 01:22
Lawrence Winkler Lawrence Winkler's blog:

Love Song to Costco

In the great halls of Costco, two of our greatest fears are assuaged — that of not having enough, and that of not being enough.



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Published on December 03, 2022 16:19
Dianne Ascroft Dianne Ascroft's blog:

Bread Over Troubled Water

Winnie Archer is visiting Ascroft, eh? to tell us about Bread Over Troubled Water, her latest novel in the Bread Shop Mystery series.

Welcome, Winnie. Let’s get started, shall we?

Tell us about your novel. Is it part of a series? If so, please tell us about the series too.

Bread Over Troubled Water

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Published on December 04, 2022 01:19
Rachel Maddow Rachel Maddow's blog:

The Oath Keepers' verdicts should have Donald Trump sweating

Special counsel Jack Smith, who’s investigating Donald Trump’s role in the violence of Jan. 6, should use the playbook that worked against the Oath Keepers.
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Published on December 03, 2022 07:51
Jessica A. Weiss Jessica A. Weiss's blog:

Dark Reader--Reveiw

Dark Dreams-Tales of Terror
edited by Rebecca Besser


What Dark Reader Says:

Dark Dreams is a short collection featuring 7 short horror stories.
This is the perfect read for a road trip or a day at the beach. From haunted libraries to fairy sacrifices, ghouls living under a skating rink to ghost Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 25, 2011 16:29
Paul van Yperen Paul van Yperen's blog:

Mylène Demongeot (1936-2022)

On 1 December 2022, beautiful and talented Mylène Demongeot (1936) passed away in Paris. In 1957, she became one of the blond sex symbols of the French cinema when she seduced Yves Montand in Les sorcières de Salem/The Crucible. The coquettish French actress would go on to co-star in the three Fantô Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 03, 2022 22:00
David Seller David Seller's blog:

Some Writing Tips (4)

And the tips keep on coming!!!
We discussed creating the scene for the reader – and the diffrentiating views whether to limit the details – letting the reader imagine for themself, or creating the scene so vividly that the reader feels as though they are actually there. Well, we accepted that both ha

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Published on June 08, 2013 16:00
Michael Cupo Michael Cupo's blog:

Conditioned Past

Because of the conditioning in place the past is held onto which forms an identity that may show where you have been, but it doesn’t have to dictate where you are going…

Conditioning only shows where one has been, but it doesn’t have to dictate where you are going. We all have a past and there’s plen

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Published on December 04, 2022 00:21
Dawn Blair Dawn Blair's blog:

Lateness

I’ve been binge watching The Handmaid’s Tale today while doing laundry, painting, and drawing today. I thought I was going to finish up on my project today, but I decided to do more with it. There are still a couple final things to do, but that will come. Yet, I feel my time running out. … Continue Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 03, 2022 22:39
Vanessa Riley Vanessa Riley's blog:

Homebodies or Intrepid Travelers

“For all races of Teutonic origin the claim is made that they are essentially home-loving people. Yet the Englishman of the sixteenth and seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, especially of the latter, is seen to have exercised considerable zeal in creating substitutes for that home which, as a Teut

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Published on December 03, 2022 23:48
Kevin  Brennan Kevin Brennan's blog:

The staying power of old favorites …

I was thirty when Raising Arizona came out. It was the second movie by the Coen brothers, and since I hadn’t really grasped their first, Blood Simple (which had a … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 03, 2022 11:16
Jai Arjun Singh Jai Arjun Singh's blog:

Why did my Friend Cry? On vulnerable child actors and ‘humanist’ directors

(my latest Economic Times column)
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One of my personal rewards teaching film history over the past few weeks has been a reacquaintance with Charles Chaplin. Like many contemporary fans of silent comedy, I usually think of myself as a Buster Keaton fan first – centred on the brea

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Published on December 03, 2022 17:12
Tracy J. Butler Tracy J. Butler's blog:

Lackadaisy Limited Gift SetFind it here on Patreon!For the...



Lackadaisy Limited Gift Set

Find it here on Patreon!

For the holidays, I’ve got a couple of slots open for a $65 gift set!

The set includes:

Signed Lackadaisy Volume 1 Softcover book + bookplate stickerEnamel Club PinCustom Shikishi art board drawing (your character choice)Lackadaisy Vol Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 03, 2022 14:18
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