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Survivor San Juan Del Sur - Episode 4 Recap Featuring Kim Spradlin & Troyzan Robertson

The new season of Survivor: San Juan Del Sur is here! After an entertaining episode it’s time to recap it! Joining us, we have our new resident recap expert, Clifton, plus Ben and the Ozlets chime in with their thoughts as well! 6,212 more words


President Lyndon B. Johnson signs into law the historic Civil Rights

In 1964, U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson’s signed law was 90 days into effect. The historic Civil Rights Act was nationally televised in a ceremony at the White House on but July 2, 1964 is when the bill was originally signed. 171 more words


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Namasté means We Are One.
One people, in one World, sharing Love.
We are all different, but we are all strong, all beautiful, all who we are made to be. 15 more words

Autumn Writings

Autumn finally arrived in Hong Kong as well. The cool, fresh air… what a relief to feel a breeze again when you step outside! I love this season in the city, you’re still able to wear your summer clothes with an extra sweater… great months for hiking and… writing! 82 more words

One World, One People

The human race is a vastly complex species. We come in different colors, shapes and sizes. We have different beliefs, interests and personalities. There are seven continents, hundreds of countries, millions of cities and billions of people. 268 more words


On My Mind....

There is so much going on in today’s society. …

Sometimes I wonder what planet I’m on……

Trying to make it day to day feels like a task…. 41 more words

The “No Votes” Club – Why Do Some Players Get Rejected By The Jury?

Ah Monday. How you are supposedly hated. Well how can you be hated when it comes to a Survivor Oz feature! Today your favourite features writer Nick Chester is back from his little sheep den in New Zealand to bring you an interesting analysis on why some players can go all the way to the end but walk away without a single vote. 2,264 more words