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Sunshine & Ignorance

I’d had enough of the burning sensation to my eyeballs so I squeezed my lids shut and cancelled out the sun.
I ‘ve been told that gingers have more sensitive eyes than most people. 396 more words

Thoughts & Musings

Cholesterol

Guidelines Questioned.

A Mayo Clinic task force challenges some recommendations in the updated guideline for cholesterol treatment unveiled by the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and American Heart Association (AHA) in 2013. 878 more words

The World

Like a Child

I’m angry with Tide (as in Tide laundry detergent) now. I know it’s back-to-college season, and I know that college is a time for many “firsts,” and I know I ought to get a sense of humor and laugh at… 345 more words

Religion

Massive hail storm dumps on Mexico City

MEXICO CITY – An intense hail storm rained on Mexico City causing floods.

The storm began late Sunday with heavy rain and quickly turned into a massive hail storm. 40 more words

The World

Arab Spring countries need to think outside the neoliberal box

(This article is published on openDemocracy)

The Arab Spring just passed its third anniversary. If there was a “spring”, the winter chill is here to stay. 752 more words

The World

It's OK To Be Sad

Coming off a two week vacation, I’m playing catch up with current events of the world. All I keep thinking is, “what a mess.” And it really is. 420 more words

Morning Links for August 19, 2014.

The South.

  1. Left in Alabama reports on the State Democratic Executive Committee meeting in Montgomery on Saturday, where state party chair Nancy Worley was re-elected. Listen, the ADP is dead under this leadership.
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