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The Ultimate Luxury Good

By Taylor Marvin

Last month, Peter Dörrie took a fascinating look in War is Boring at the weapons shopping spree going on in Africa. Across the continent, a number of countries are spending heightened oil revenue on new, high-profile military acquisitions — for uncertain goals. 985 more words

Military

Family Friendly Concert - It's A Wrap Folks

The Concert! I know it’s been a while since you’ve had to hear about the concert, but it’s back, blog style. As some of you know, the concert we just put on last month was our second concert. 956 more words

Baking

My plane stalled and our best friends got engaged

I was antsy all morning. I didn’t want to get on the plane and I had no desire to make small talk. I’d been up since 3:30 in the morning and I was seeing crisscross applesauce. 886 more words

Lifey Life Of Simple Livin

Building Education. A photographic documentary.

Building Education. A photographic documentary..

This blog follows a new project being undertaken by photographer Jhy Turley, husband of the lovely Tracy:

If you have 5 minutes, take a look.  123 more words

Lifestyle

Mountain Gorilla Protection Extended

The link below is to an article that reports on further efforts to protect the Mountain Gorilla.

For more visit:
http://wwf.panda.org/wwf_news/?uNewsID=219222

Article

Tusaba Gavumenti Etuyambe

My day has stopped here for an unreasonably long period of time. Whereas I don’t think the reporter who captured this moment in time SHOULD have slapped some sense into said Annet Mukundane, the story would have been much improved if it continued, after that quote, with, “whereupon I laid a massive, well-aimed slap into her face in order to jolt her back to a reality that should not even give her the time to be available to make comments on random issues of this nature instead of digging up some crops for sale or something more economically viable.”