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Can Question Headlines be Answered?

Today’s headlines pose some tough questions. Betteridge’s Law of Headliness states that all headline questions can be answered by the word “no.” I believe this is true about 99 percent of the time, but we shall see. 340 more words

Betteridge

Teaser Tuesdays - July 29, 2014

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.

Anyone can participate.

If you’re new to Teaser Tuesdays, the details are at MizB’s… 147 more words

Fiction

July 29, 1924

Tues., 29  Dumas washes & irons, sweeps out the bathroom. A sharp shower after dinner. Mr. & Mrs. W.D. come over after the shower. Pay $5.00 on my subscription & we discuss the Cotey-Eddy trouble. 16 more words

DIARIES

Long Ago Children

I’m still combing through my great-grandparents’ photos — alas, mostly unlabeled — and I came across these carefully preserved images of children who must have been dear to them. 219 more words

Spielmann People

The Santa Barbara Simoom of 1859


By Brian Dunning via skeptoid

Today we’re going to go back more than a century and a half to a hot summer day on the central coast of California, to the town of Santa Barbara. 449 more words

Mysteries

L.A. Sleepers, A Hollywood Ghostwriter Mystery Now Complete!


Through July 31, 2014, you can read L.A. Sleepers, A Hollywood Ghostwriter Mystery by Dakota Donovan online at hollywoodghostwriterconfessions.wordpress.com. In August 2014, I’ll start to post a new Hollywood Ghostwriter Mystery called L.A. Dreamers. Stay tuned!

Authors

Revenge of the Grassman!

In the two-hour season finale of Mountain Monsters, our heroes (?) battle a pack of Grassmen and nearly run afoul of trigger-happy moonshiners in Perry County, Ohio. 1,096 more words

Animals