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dale-estey's picture
Aug.04.2013
Here are two articles that, considering the times we live in, make me ponder the possibility that I am not only writing a Thriller, but I might be living through one. [DE] A Flying Eye drone. (Photo: Flying Eye) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * U.S. 'Homeland' Includes Canada And Mexico On NSA...
mark-j-janssen's picture
Oct.14.2012
  In the good old not-so-long-ago days of ten or fifteen years ago when people asked how my work week was faring they were talking about my nine to five.  Nowadays we are equally apt to be discussing my work in the spiritual world.  As much as I enjoy working in finance in my paid...
suellen-ocean's picture
Nov.08.2011
Over a thousand years ago, a Northman wrote of woodlands with long, white, sandy beaches he had “discovered” in North America. “Mark” is the Norse word for wood and so the discoverer, Thorfinn Karlsefni gave the area the name of ‘Markland”. Scholars debate the location of this and many other claims...
dale-estey's picture
Jan.04.2011
North American English Dialects, Based on Pronunciation Patterns1. Click on the map to enlarge it, selecting either the U. S. or Canada. 2. Click again to zoom in more. 3. Click on a state or province to listen to audio or video samples for each location. (Full instructions) $Mapping1 1Western...
PaulJohnson's picture
Oct.28.2010
This is one this I found interesting.  The State of Rhode Island is seeking to change its name this coming Tuesday.  Don't worry, it is not the obvious; the Rhode Island part we have become accustomed to will remain. What many do not know is the full name of the state, "Rhode Island and...
dale-estey's picture
Sep.07.2010
The Waverley novels by Sir Walter Scott        Quercus to expand into US with B&N's Sterling 07.09.10 | Katie Allen Quercus is to collaborate with US publisher Sterling on a new imprint for the US and Canadian fiction market. The independent will join with Sterling, a subsidary of book chain...
jaqueline-lage's picture
Jul.15.2009
Quanto mais eu observo as pessoas, mais eu vejo que somos todos iguais. Não importa quem você é, ou de onde você vem. No fundo, somos todos iguais. Estou sentada num dos bancos de uma rua movimentada, cheia de lojas e bares. O lugar é seguro, posso relaxar que não serei atacada por vândalos, apesar...