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The Man Who Made Lists // by Joshua Kendall

Love, Death, Madness, and the Creation of Roget’s Thesaurus

I’ve always been passionate about words, and have had a fondness for Roget’s Thesaurus my entire life.  758 more words

Book Review

NOT ALL ROSES ARE RED

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One day, we were driving through the roads of inland town Onitsha when something starting forming pictures in my imaginations, I remembered those times we would laugh at a moron, despise people who has body deformities or even use certain features of a person to judge them. 1,026 more words

Lifestyle

It’s Open Season

Sometimes I just want to find a stargate into another dimension – an alternate universe- and never return.

A universe where Black families don’t lose their children over the smallest infraction without any chance of rehabilitation. 936 more words

Biography

New Life

I haven’t blogged much about the fact that I am about to embark upon a new era in my life- being a grandmother. Writing my book has taken up all my spare writing time anyway. 1,609 more words

Biography

A Year in the Life of Basil Rathbone — 1930

1930 was a busy year for Basil Rathbone. Let’s take a closer look at where he was and what he was doing.

Hollywood

PUBLIC OPINION | SHORT CUT TO DEATH

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I recall some years ago from my childhood, I had a hole in my teeth which grew up with me! In fact, I was the senior with just few years! 1,445 more words

Lifestyle

Becoming Dallas Willard: The Formation of a Philosopher, Teacher, and Christ Follower by Gary Moon

This biography is a joy. It has both an interesting subject and a skilled examination of the person that creates life upon the pages. If you’re tempted to think a biography of a man who is a philosopher and a college professor is too dull for pleasant reading, I challenge you to prove yourself wrong by reading this book. 408 more words

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