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I Am Absolutely Grateful For Pipe-Borne Water

I know for fact that many people take things like water for granted; they waste it by leaving their faucets to run unnecessarily.

In The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, we would have our pipe-borne water occasionally interrupted in the dry season, or when the people that supply our water are doing repairs to the waterlines and various other upgrades to their system. 201 more words


Perlukah Blog?

Kini menjadi satu trend orang kini mempunyai blog mereka sendiri dot com untuk tujuan menjana pendapatan atau sepenuh masa di Internet. Walaupun dengan blog, anda boleh menggunakannya untuk pelbagai tujuan. 195 more words


Food and Drink in France


Known in French as le petit déjeuner, breakfast traditionally consists of bread, croissants, pain au chocolat or a sweet french bread called brioche. They may also have either some cereal or some egg, ham or cheese. 428 more words


Easter - Disappearing With a Smile

I wonder how much it is being noticed that Easter is becoming more and more like Lewis Carol’s Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland. You know the cat that slowly disappears, leaving only the cat’s smile. 310 more words


Miss America going to prom?

Fox News recently reported (click here for full story) that 18-year-old Patrick Farves was suspended for three days for asking Nina Davuluri to prom. Ms. 431 more words

The Onion

Shawn Porter Steals Show On Showtime

On Saturday night at the DC Armory in Washington, DC, and for those viewing on Showtime Championship Boxing, IBF Welterweight champion Shawn Porter stole the show as he bulldozed his way to a 4th-round TKO stoppage of former two-time world champion, Paulie Malignaggi.   557 more words


ACADEMIA: badaud to the bone

I think I’ve finally settled on a reasonable posting schedule. Mondays have actually been working quite well for me, so I’m just going to keep aiming for new content every other week, and on the off weeks I’ll be posting old stuff for archival purposes. 243 more words