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Chewsday-July 22nd

Today will be an “On this day” version of Chewsday, with our facts coming specifically from the many July 22nds gone before us.

On this date in the year 1298, the most infamous battle for Scottish independence took place. 508 more words

Thinking Out Loud

William Wallace: I'm Over You Damn It

out of all the poker rooms in all the casinos in all the world- why’d she have to walk into mine
she sat to my left… 754 more words

Poetry

Defending the 99%!

I realized that the best material for blogging often comes from my responses to status updates on my friends list. This one started with the simple question: “What do you think about raising the wage of fast food workers?”, asked by a friend of mine whose privacy I will protect. 399 more words

Che Guevara

Faith & The British: Pt 2 - St Machar's, Aberdeen

The first leg of our journey through the splendid architecture that faith has been responsible for across the United Kingdom takes us first to the beautiful St Machar’s, in the legendary Granite City… 1,175 more words

Scotland

Every man dies, not every man really lives

Recently, a friend of mine together with her husband had a movie sharing session featuring “Braveheart” with their students in the University where they are currently professing. 1,820 more words

Antiques

'Epic' YouTube Series Makes For Strange Rap-Fellows

If you also happen to be history/literature/movie geek, the YouTube channel, ERB, is an oasis of entertainment. ERB stands for “Epic Rap Battles of History.” The series, created by… 84 more words

"Entertainment" And Other Pop-culture Garbage