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Birds of a Feather

Vulture (from Wikipedia):

“Vulture is a name given to two groups of scavenging birds of prey: the ‘New World’ Vulture and the ‘Old World’ Vulture.”  Vultures are considered to be predators, however they rarely attack healthy animals, preferring instead to kill the wounded or the sick. 458 more words


Tweets of the Week: Nest Egg

Charlotte Brontë takes a swipe at Jane Austen, April 12 1850 (original currently on display @ChawtonHouse) pic.twitter.com/IBGT4FqAXB

— Michael Caines (@michaelscaines) April 12, 2016…

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Social Medea

Top 8 Reignite the Mission Demands

Reignite the Mission (RTM), is a student organization at Seattle University that “exists to catalyze transformation at SU in order to end racism, sexism, heterosexism, cissexism, classism, and disaster capitalist practices on campus”. 366 more words

New Star Wars Trailer Causes Local Fan to Open a Direct Line to Disney's Bank Vaults, $57,000 Transfer Imminent

by Troy M. Olson (“Agreeing Loudly” Bread and Circus Correspondent)

Brooklyn, New York —

A local professional Star Wars fan has recently opened up a direct line to Disney’s bank accounts after sitting down this morning and watching the trailer for the latest installment of… 633 more words

Star Wars

Bread & Circuses

Juvenal, the Roman poet, said, “The people that once bestowed commands, consulships, legions, and all else, now concerns itself no more, and longs eagerly for just two things – bread and circuses!” Most if not all of you have heard that quote before, particularly if you’re familiar with the… 560 more words

Perennial Concerns Regarding Bread and Circuses

Do the animals in the circus seem happy to you?

(Source: Found Animals Foundation CC)

And is this bread whole grain or gluten-free?

(Source: Paul Sullivan CC)

i hate being a human some days

Well, who doesn’t?

Sure, in the western world we have all kinds of conveniences at our fingertips, technology and advantage.

But I don’t know…

Right now I’d rather be up at Grampas old cabin on Lac La Ronge. 642 more words