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Ancient Egyptians loved board games

After a long day’s work along the Nile River, Egyptians often relaxed by playing board games. Several different games were played, including “Mehen” and “Dogs and Jackals,” but perhaps the most popular was a game of chance known as “Senet.” This pastime dates back as far as 3500 B.C. 73 more words

Ancient Egypt


What a breath of fresh air! As charming as old Europe is in comparison to the U.S., there is something utterly refreshing about the modern look and feel of Berlin. 963 more words

2013 Summer Travels

Roberto Fonseca trio

Last night at Club Nefertiti/Gothenburg. Cuban jazz at it´s best!



Sailing the Nile is like slipping back some five thousand years in time at certain moments. Though the boats you sail on have changed immeasurably since the days when… 429 more words

Stylish, Elegant Travel With Some Delightful Twists And Surprises...

Fantasy Band Project: Geyser

One faithful day in the late 1960’s, Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix were in discussions to collaborate on a record that would fuse the best of both of their worlds. 902 more words


She’s so beautiful. Her smile reminds me of the little mermaids’. Age only seemed to make her even prettier. She appears to have realized that she gets ugly only when she attempts to aid her beauty. 469 more words


I Ain't No Queen: NWAs and The Queen-Ho Dichotomy

Disclaimer: if you don’t like the “n-word”, this rant might upset you.

Like many intellectual negroes with internet access, I did something to acknowledge Black History Month. 372 more words

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