"American" Blogs & Blog Posts

AurelismAurelism

Blog of a French young lady living in NYC and giving her point of view abou...

 
Little London ObservationistLittle London Observationist

Snippets of life in London from an American expat, heaps of colourful photo...

 
Forbidden PoetryForbidden Poetry

Poetry blog featuring the writing of Chris Steven Young.

 


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Over on Elliot Advocacy’s user forum, one commenter wrote about their experience seated on Air Canada’s premium Preferred Seating section with the promise of “greater legroom” and other parks—at an additional cost of $100 per seat.Read mor...

That pioneer political scientist Montesquieu's theory of the separation of powers was both a very odd take on the English system of government (which he claimed it to be) but also very influential in the drafting of the US Constitution.List...

Colorado State University has an “Inclusive Communications Task Force,” and they have put together an Inclusive Language Guide to avoid hurt feelings on campus. Not only does it police language by telling readers what words and phrases t...

After 10 days of RBC Ottawa Bluesfest. The big finale was no other than the Backstreet Boys. While I didn’t get approved to photograph them but it was one hell of a spectacular show. Ottawa was the first of their 7 Canadian stops for their DNA...

This is a late 1920s or 1930s Bulova L4 wristwatch with a 21 jewel movement. I purchased it in the spring of 2017. Serial number is 7351974. It has a matching metal band and a 10K gold-filled case that opens quite easily and is not watertight. It req...

By Celeb Book on Apr 13, 2019 in: american, celebrity

Texan Girl Jenni Lee out in the hot summer sunshine over 1000 free images of this hot American centrefold, Jenni posing in public photography with black BMWClick to view FULL Free Album...

It's official, then: Meghan Markle, speaker of Standard American English, is now wed to Prince Harry, speaker of what he might call Grandma's English.  And if the experience of expat Americans in the U.K. or Brits in America (like this writer) i...