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clinton-fein's picture
Oct.10.2008
It’s not the freakish, shrill non-answers she gives in the few not-quite interviews by not even close to journalists. It’s not the hard core...
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matthew-biberman's picture
Oct.10.2008
On Thursday, I walked across the University of Louisville campus, reviewing what I would say about John Milton when I noticed that it was raining. ...
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jayne-lyn-stahl's picture
Oct.10.2008
Panel Findings "Panel Finds Palin Abused Power," or so one headline reads, but who cares? So, she broke the law, so what? It's not as if...
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Oct.10.2008
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ernie-j-zelinski's picture
Oct.10.2008
Forget the financial crisis out there and how much your retirement funds have gone down. Enjoy your life instead. There are many things that matter...
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w-l-hoffman's picture
Oct.10.2008
The Soulstealer War has been available since January at www.Amazon.com, www.BarnesandNoble.com, www.Borders.com and through stores affiliated with...
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Oct.10.2008
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dale-estey's picture
Oct.10.2008
One of today's blogs is about Michelangelo's David and another describes Florence (but not the Firenze of Italy itself). I found Florence, Italy, one...
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mary-bergin's picture
Oct.10.2008
For many of us, a road trip of 600-some miles into South Dakota, the Badlands and the Black Hills is a rite of passage. It is the most classic of...
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mary-bergin's picture
Oct.10.2008
Why spend a night in Florence, unless you’re talking about Italy? Convenience, we decided, was a good enough reason. But what began as a fast and...
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vicki-nikolaidis's picture
Dec.05.2008
   A History of Crete In Seven Days by Peter Wellby Crete, Summer 2005   Minoan West, over the fleet waves, Come the Minoans, Matriarchal, bull...
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jagannath-adukuri's picture
Dec.05.2008
A question that comes to our mind is whether we think in words.I have tried to pause while thinking in order to become conscious of whether the...
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alexis-cabel's picture
Dec.05.2008
I would like to share this simple-to-do and special dish I regularly serve to my family. It is not that common and tastes comforting and exciting at...
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alnaver-baltazar's picture
Dec.04.2008
Why is it that people would usually yearn for something that they think they need? Why is it that people think that finding what’s lacking would make...
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former member's picture
Dec.04.2008
by former member
Poem I wrote this back in August 13, 1997 for private circulation to my friends... This gifted young golfer named "Tiger"-  his play sets...
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l-a-wilson's picture
Dec.04.2008
I have recently discovered L.A. Wilson's visionary series 'The Silurian'. Here at last is Arthur of the Britons, King Arthur the Silurian with 'thick...
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former member's picture
Dec.04.2008
by former member
Norman Foster and Zaha Hadid have been lined up to take on one of the most high-profile projects on earth – the redevelopment of Mecca
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susan-brown's picture
Dec.04.2008
Wednesday I went to Group without KidThree, this because she was recovering from a bad cold and we didn't want to spread her germs to our vulnerable...
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denise-hopkins's picture
Dec.04.2008
Well, here we are almost a week into December and the high I was feeling from NaNoWriMo has worn off.  So now what? Now I think I need to go back and...
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edmund-jenks's picture
Dec.04.2008
A group of conservative bishops met on Wednesday at the Resurrection Anglican Church in West Chicago, Ill. Image Credit: Sally Ryan for The New York...
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