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Who Gains with Nadal's Absence?

Rafael Nadal announced his absence from this year’s US Open on Monday due to his right wrist injury.  It didn’t take long for the discussion among the tennis world to move away from Nadal’s recovery to how this impacts other’s chances at the US Open.   465 more words


Cats and kids: an observation

I have two little girls. Phoebe and Zoe are pretty much the primary focus of my life. I also have Pepper, the neurotic, Prozac-taking, not super bright cat. 355 more words

Quaid-E-Azam 14 points. vs Nehru Report.

Quaid-E-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (25 December 1876 to 11 September 1948) was a great leader, lawyer, politician, and the founder of Pakistan. There are many few Personalities in this world that helps their nation to achieve their goals. 750 more words

14 Points Of Jinnah


“Not knowing stuff makes it less complicated.”

I feel like I’m in a competition I’ll never win.
I know every girl has felt like this. 723 more words

The Best (Read: Worst) Dystopian Future: 1984 vs. Brave New World

The future is impossible to predict, unless you’re George Orwell or Aldous Huxley. Bereft of flying cars and the cycling popularity of boy bands, Orwell and Huxley still have each drawn a future with eerie similarities to our own world now–despite the vast differences in how each author chose to represent his unique dystopia. 1,619 more words



I have spent most of latter teenage years and my early 20’s (omg that makes me sound so old) comparing myself to other women/young ladies. Looks, how alluring am I to guys, my intelligence… essentially everything. 128 more words

Canadian Support for Families

A few months ago we were at the bank talking to our financial adviser and she mentioned that she receives $100 every month from the government for her child, upon which she deposits it into her child’s educational savings plan (RESP). 529 more words