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Welcome to my World

To the parents of the child just diagnosed:

Hi, I am Lorraine. These days I am a writer, blogger, and die-hard Astro’s fan. Over the years I have perfected my chili recipe and I like to make cinnamon glazed almonds at Christmas. 902 more words

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If I Were a Waffle, I Would Be a Belgian Waffle.

Belgium is a country that I’ve had on my mind for at least the past year, or so, ever since my friend Megan started telling me stories about her year abroad there a few years ago. 6,554 more words

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A New World

Happy Discoverer’s Day. How do you celebrate? I like to think of all the people who have gone before and those who will go boldly forward in the future. 305 more words

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I Am Sad

Yesterday, I took this  picture of a small, yellow butterfly in our back yard. The color composition reminded me of another photograph I took at our old house, several years ago.  162 more words

Edited Radio Interview with Tony Hirashiki on "The Future Will be Televised" with Simon Applebaum

Yasutsune “Tony” Hirashiki, Terry Irving, and Simon Applebaum’s discuss “On the Frontlines of the Television War”

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An Excellent Review of Burn's PBS Documentary by a Vietnam Veteran Journalist.

PBS’ ‘Vietnam War’ Tells Some Truths

September 20, 2017

By Don North

Former ABC News Reporter in Vietnam.

Note that Don will be appearing with Tony Hirashiki, the author of On the Frontlines of the Television War  776 more words

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New eyes, new objects required: On David LaChapelle

Reinterpretations are the same as the interpretations, as both are readings of what the latter observes and the first refers to. The idea of these plastic works, such as some of LaChapelle’s most famous images, rather than to temporize their renowned old pairs (and their motifs), can be thought of as a return to the value of their contemplation: from that language that had to conceive them in reality there is nothing left, and what the men of their time must have thought, in creating and contemplating, no longer exists. 406 more words

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