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A Connecticut Yankee visits Mark Twain's house... Part One

… OK. So I don’t really label myself a Yankee, but I like the headline!

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Literature

It's a no-score draw for The Equalizer

The Equalizer    ★★☆☆☆   dir. Antoine Fuqua

British TV series The Equalizer gets a full Hollywood make-over in this glossy and violent action thriller.

Even sillier than the original it’s now a patriotic vigilante fantasy about defending homely American values against imported Russian vices. 321 more words

Antoine Fuqua

THROUGH THE DEEPENING DEPTHS OF CAT EYES: THOUGHTS ON PEVER X’S NOVEL By Su’eddie Vershima AGEMA

Open your thought bank, and see this clearly as we think it from the dark like we are viewing it all through cat eyes: You grow up not knowing your father. 1,852 more words

New Nigerian Literature

«Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines.

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Don Charisma

First Date: Always invoke the right to remain silent?

There you are, perched on a bar stool, dressed to impress, meeting Mike B.(56, spiritual-not-religious, sports fan and mystery lover) from Oakland, for the first time. 378 more words

Single In Marin

Yousuf Karsh

Yousuf Karsh was an Armenian Canadian portrait photographer.

His works are awesome. He have portraits of celebrated people and they are famous in the whole world. 79 more words

Albert Einstein

The camaraderie of rivals

We come across a lot of individuals in our lifetime. Some we begin to call friends, some enemies, some acquaintances, some lovers and some we may call well-wishers, but there is a special place, reserved for one special class of individuals, in our life, the ones we call ‘rivals’. 910 more words