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Is Color-Blindness Possible? Racial & Experiential Effects on the Neural Substrates for Motor Empathy

I received some tragic news this morning. Bosco Tjan, one of my former USC Psychology Professors, was killed by a student in the Psychology building on campus yesterday afternoon. 104 more words

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NHL: Teams Will Adjust To Any Offensive Favoring Adjustments

Read an interesting article yesterday, posted by Ken Campbell of ‘The Hockey News’. It talked about how the league ‘teased’ us with increased scoring for the first part of the season, but how things have come crashing back down to earth. 458 more words

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Panoply of Posts


Though I say it myself, I now have not just a panoply, but a veritable gallimaufry, of posts on here. Not bad, given that this phase of Ali’s Blog has not yet reached its first birthday! 104 more words

Daily Prompt

You shouldn't have come

Prompts –  

– A man in his thirties.

– A telephone rings.

– A dirty room with old rusted locked trunks.

– A scream.

– Three gunshots. 770 more words


Beating the TAPIF/Postgrad Blues

Hello blogosphere! I know it’s been a nice long while since I’ve posted anything. Not because I haven’t wanted to, but mostly because I’ve been dealing with what I like to think of as a little bit of the blues. 2,440 more words


On the Margins: Matthew 3:1-12

On the Margins from Mater Dei Radio, Portland, OR


Second Sunday of Advent, December 4, 2016

John the Baptist points his life and hope into the direction of Jesus, the Messiah. 29 more words

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