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We are the alpha wolf!

We WON!!!

Great Job All Wolves!

Like I said, if we go to was often enough we would eventually win.

We gave Wolfpac a beating, … 262 more words

Post War

The Post World War II Prosperity in America

The Post World War II Prosperity

The post World War II era was a very different America from the America of the 1930′s. In the 1930’s, The… 571 more words


Review | Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

Published: 1925
Genre: Classic Drama
Edition: Paperback, Martino Fine Books
Length: 214 pgs.

“Mrs Dalloway” is a novel by Virginia Woolf that details a day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway, a fictional high-society woman in post-World War I England. 1,312 more words

Book Reviews

Guest Post: Editor, Gary Bonn, Talks About His Fascination for Autobiographies

The sheer joy of editing (really!).

The startling revelations of scary intimacy.

Themes that shock your soul.

Most authors are happy to edit other people’s work. 939 more words


Defeated By Fire! Wehr? (2)

We lost out first war!

What went wrong? Who should we blame? What should we do? How can we improve?

First important thing that I’d like to say is Thank You! 367 more words

Post War

Munich, Germany

Digging through backlogged collections is fun.  I always seen to unearth a photo, negative or slide that eluded my initial passover.  In this case, I found a poignant negative from 1945-1947 showing two barefoot children who survived the war somewhere near Munich.  24 more words


'Bedpans and Bobby Socks' by Barbara Fox (BR March 2013 Read)

The premise of this book really has legs. A group of young British nurses go on an American adventure in the 1950s. I’m thinking ‘Call The Midwife’ meets ‘Road Trip’. 288 more words

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