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One big advance of being disabled or ill is that it automatically weeds out flaky and nasty people. In some way I am glad I was already ill when I entered adulthood because that meant I did not have a group of established ‘good friends’ who I started to loose once I got ill. 448 more words


Unclear international strategy surrounding the battle of Ain al-Arab (Kobani)

Abdulrahman al-Masri – Middle East Monitor

In recent weeks, Western media has focused on the battle in the city of Kobani (Ain al-Arab), northern Syria, between Syrian rebels and Kurdish factions on the one side and the Islamic State (ISIS) on the other. 1,223 more words


An Anime Adaptation Of "Blood Blockade Battlefront" Is On The way

Reader, have you heard of a Manga/Anime series called ‘Trigun’? Surely you have! It’s the story of a young gunfighter with a mysterious past created by the Mangaka genius Yasuhiro Nightow. 354 more words


Communication vital in missing juvenile cases

CHILLICOTHE – With two teen disappearances and one Amber Alert reported within the last two weeks, the Chillicothe Police Department wants family members of missing or runaway juveniles to keep in touch with law enforcement officials. 108 more words


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Microadventure Planning: Escaping To Recharge

As soon as I heard the term microadventure from explorer Alastair Humphries, I thought everyone needs more of these. To honour that twinkling thought in the mundaneness of normal routine, the theme here is planning more short escapes. 369 more words