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#BerlinePrix Qualifying Report: Trulli Flies to Pole

Jarno Trulli took a sensational pole position for Team Trulli, bouncing back after a run of disappointing races to deliver a stunning lap time of 1:21.547. 339 more words

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A Series of Unfortunate Events

I had recently had a falling out with a very close friend of mine. I won’t go into detail about the reasons why, although I desperately want to somehow expose her and her lies, but this blog is about me and I’m simply not comfortable disposing the contents of his private situation between us on the internet to people who simply have no place in the discussion. 789 more words

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Science Fiction

What I love so much about sci-fi is that they are always giant thought experiments, and always extraordinarily thought out and explore. In “experiments” you lack serendipity and the illogical, but sci-fi–whether they’re movies, books, comics, short stories whatever–requires real characters (irrationality and emotion), real settings (weather, physics), so on. 940 more words

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Bloggers on BenCab's Frames of Reference on view until 4 July 2015 - Celebrating BenCab's 50 Creative Years

With gratitude, here are the posts of our blogger friends who spread the word on National Artist Benedicto “BenCab” Cabrera’s kick off exhibit Frames of Reference at the Lopez Museum and Library celebrating his fifty creative years . 198 more words

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From Me to You Friday ~ Beverly

I’m late! I fell asleep before I wrote my post last night. I spent the day driving for around a total of 5 hours and helped my daughter clean her apartment. 248 more words

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Vitamin Sea - Ocean Wave to Brain Wave

Last fall I moved from one beautiful state to another. I traded the majesty of the Colorado mountains for the healing powers of the ocean on the California Redwood Coast. 778 more words

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11 Quirky Truths About Being A Writer

After a decade or so of doing this writing thing, I’ve decided that writers are a unique lot. We’re kind of weird, wouldn’t you agree? 247 more words

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