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little pink splotcheslittle pink splotches

if you love pink, relationships, women, writing, the philippines, filipinos...

 
Life's Pen at WorkLife's Pen at Work

This is an excellent educational blog for self enhancement and relationship...

 
A poet's BlogA poet's Blog

UK and international poet Roger N Taber shares his thoughts & poems on ...

 
G-A-Y In The Subject FieldG-A-Y In The Subject Field

UK and international poet Roger N Taber focuses on his gay-interest poems a...

 
Ideas and ReviewsIdeas and Reviews

My blog is my venue for expression of anything I encounter from day to day ...

 
Michael GoreyMichael Gorey

Random thoughts and observations by former regional newspaper editor Michae...

 
The CommentatorThe Commentator

A place that proves we know nothing.

 


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Guest: Mischa Gabowitsch is member of the Einstein Forum in Potsdam Germany and a sociologist and contemporary historian specializing in the study of protest and social movements in Russia as well as Soviet war memorials. He is the author of Protest...

 I have long been fascinated by the promise of the world of autonomous transport. However, as the conversation at a recent event turned to the complexities that autonomous cars might introduce to the urban thoroughfare, I had an insight: We need...

Finnebrogue HouseOn Friday evening, the 23rd June, 2017, two hundred friends and supporters of Hope For Youth Northern Ireland came to Finnebrogue, near Downpatrick, County Down, for a fundraising Beating Retreat.I was abroad at the time so, alas, I...

If you’re not familiar with Dr. Charles Eugster, he’s 93 years old and began working out when he was 80-something. He’s a living, breathing example of the kind of life…...

Dramatic differences in chimp societies, discovered by researchers at the University of St Andrews, reveal variations in social status and sharing food, as seen in human cultures. The study, published in PLOS ONE found that two chimpanzee communiti...

How did music begin? Did our early ancestors first start by beating things together to create rhythm, or use their voices to sing? What types of instruments did they use? Has music always been important in human society, and if so, why? These are som...

Guest: Judith Beyer is professor of anthropology at the University of Konstanz, Germany where she focuses on the anthropology of the state, legal pluralism, and theories of social order in Central Asia and Southeast Asia. She’s the author of The Fo...